DOGS OF RWANDA
by Sean Christopher Lewis
Performed by Dan Hodge
Sat, June 3, 10 & 17 @ 4 pm, Sun, June 4, 11 & 18 @ 7 pm
Mon, June 5 & 12 @ 7 pm
($10 for students)
Email the BOX OFFICE for details or call 215-568-8079.
Dan Hodge DAVID
At 16 years old David found himself in Uganda as a church missionary. When he follows the girl of his dreams into the woods to help a Rwandan boy he enters a world from which he will never escape. On the 20th anniversary of the genocide, a book David wrote regarding his experiences that Spring arrives with a note from the boy he tried to save: “You didn’t tell them everything,” .
Dan Hodge is proud to be returning to InterAct where he has been seen in The Three Christs of Manhattan, The Exit Interview, Silverhill and House/Divided. In the Philadelphia area, Dan has worked with the Walnut Street, Theatre Exile, Delaware Theatre, 1812 Productions, Bristol Riverside, the Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival, Curio and Hedgerow Theatre. A cofounder of the Philadelphia Artists’ Collective he appeared in Changes of Heart, Creditors, Fair Maid of the West, his one-man The Rape of Lucrece, and directed their productions of The Duchess of Malfi and Timon of Athens, and Mary Stuart. Dan holds his MFA in Acting from the USD/Old Globe, San Diego.