‘Sylvia’ Production To Benefit Humane Society

WEST BLOOMFIELD (WWJ)– It’s about a love triangle between a husband, a wife and a dog.

Beginning Friday evening,  the new “Two Muses Theater” in West Bloomfield will feature ” Sylvia” a romantic comedy by A.R. Gurney.

Proceeds from ticket sales will go to the Michigan Humane Society.

Theater co-founder Cofound Diane Hill explained that the dog is played by a person … and she talks.

“At first she’s dressed like she’s been living out on the streets for a long time because it’s a homeless dog. She has a collar on and it says Sylvia, and that’s not Greg knows to call her Sylvia. But other than that she’s kind of ragedy,” Hill said.

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two muses Sylvia Production To Benefit Humane Society

Nancy Cooper (Kate), is unhappy about the intrusion of Sylvia the dog (played by Barbie Weisserman) introduces into her otherwise calm life with her husband played by John DeMerell(Greg) in Sylvia, a Two Muses Theatre production partnering with the Michigan Humane Society. (credit: Steve Hill)

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