Maeve Yore, Brian W. Seibert and Jake Mendes Set for The Little Dog Laughed at Gallery Players

News   Maeve Yore, Brian W. Seibert and Jake Mendes Set for The Little Dog Laughed at Gallery Players
Maeve Yore will give her all for her client in the Gallery Players' production of Douglas Carter Beane's Tony Award-nominated comedy The Little Dog Laughed.

The comedy about a closeted Hollywood actor, his manic agent and a male escort will open the Gallery Players' 45th season in Park Slope, Brooklyn. Patrick Vassel directs the production that will run Sept. 10-25.

Yore (Bound) will star as agent Diane in a cast that also includes Brian W. Seibert (Fools in Love) as Hollywood actor Mitchell, Jake Mendes (Gallery Players' The Drowsy Chaperone) as escort Alex and Tania Verafield (Beneath the Veil at the Geffen) as Alex’s girlfriend Ellen.

The production will have scenic design by Chris Minard, costume design by Ryan J. Mollerand and lighting design by Heather Sparling. Robert Earle Jones produces the run.

According to the Gallery Players, "Love will either cost Mitchell Green $200 an hour, or his entire Hollywood career…Mitchell is on the brink of superstardom with the role of a lifetime, but something isn’t right. One lonely night, Mitchell hires Alex, a male prostitute, and unexpectedly falls in love. Cut to Diane, Mitchell’s power-player agent, who will stop at nothing to set Mitchell 'straight' and keep him from making a decision that could derail both of their lives, and more importantly, their careers."

Playwright Beane earned Tony Award nominations for The Little Dog Laughed, Sister Act and Xanadu. His latest musical, Lysistrata Jones, will arrive on Broadway this fall. Other works include As Bees in Honey Drown, Music From a Sparkling Planet, The Country Club and Mr. & Mrs. Fitch. His screenplays include "Advice From a Caterpillar" and "To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything, Julie Newmar." For tickets call (718) 595-0547 or visit

The Gallery Players is located in Park Slope, Brooklyn, at 199 14th Street. Those in Manhattan can reach the theatre by taking the F train to 4th Avenue or the R train to 9th Street.

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