Written by John Olive
With music by Susan Ennis
Based on the book by Thatcher Hurd
By day, Arthur is a mild-mannered museum guard; by night, his alter ego, Art Dog, is a mysterious artist who makes the city his canvas. However, when Leonardo Dog Vinci’s Mona Woofa goes missing from the Dogopolis Museum of Art, Art Dog is a prime suspect. Not to be deterred, the canine superhero simply paints his way out of a jail and collars the thieves with his brush strokes. While the town applauds his heroism and celebrates his artistic brilliance, the only thing still at large is Art Dog’s true identity.
“Packed with action, wordplay and silly comedy, this hour-long play is a fun introduction to theater for ages 5 and older.” – Parent Map
Pages: 26 pg
Casting Breakdown: 7 + ensemble (Doubling is possible | Originally performed with 4 actors)
Estimated Run Time: 1 hour
Audience Recommendation: All Ages
Originally produced by Seattle Children's Theatre's 2013-2014 season
Photos below: Auston James, Kate Jaeger and Allen Galli in SCT’s world premiere of Art Dog. Photos by Chris Bennion.
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