The BGSU Department of Theatre and Film's Elsewhere Productions presents Dancing on Checkers' Grave by Eric Lane.
Synopsis: "Lisa and Dina meet at the gravesite of Richard Nixon’s dog, Checkers, to work on a high school English composition. Though the two girls couldn’t be more different, they find common ground in vocabulary words, nail polish, and donuts. But when Lisa convinces Dina join her on an imaginary car ride through town, both girls reveal their fears and emotions in a way they never thought possible.”
Dancing On Checkers’ Grave is directed by Melissa Snyder.
Free and open to the public.
Wolfe Center for the Arts, Eva Marie Saint Theatre