[Production History]

Caldwell, Idaho
January 24, 2012
College of Idaho Play Reading Series

Langroise Studio Theatre
2112 Cleveland Blvd. College of Idaho campus

Tuesday @ 7:30 p.m.

C of I theatre and speech arts department to perform staged reading series


The College of Idaho Department of Theatre & Speech Arts is set to present the inaugural C of I Play Reading Series, a sequence of four performances in which the actors read the dialogue in the script without the elements of scenery, costume or lighting. The series kicks off Jan. 24 with Poona the F*** Dog and Other Plays for Children (NOT a play for children), written by Jeff Goode and directed by Joe Golden, chair of the C of I theatre department. All readings in the series will begin at 7:30 p.m. in the Langroise Studio Theatre on the C of I Campus in Caldwell. There is a “pay what you wish” admission, with proceeds funding theatre department travel to the 2012 Kennedy Center/American College Theatre Festival conference.

The C of I Play Reading Series will present one play per month through April. Shows include Kabuki Lady Macbeth, written by Karen Sunde and directed by C of I theatre professor Michael Hartwell, on Feb. 28; August: Osage County, written by Tracy Letts and directed by C of I admission counselor and theatre instructor Will Fowler, on March 23; and The Water Engine, written by David Mamet and directed by C of I adjunct lighting designer Deborah Hartwell, on April 17. Each of the shows will feature a cast of current C of I students as well as theatre department alumni currently working in the Treasure Valley.

“This style of reading is a great way to hear a play and imagine the action unfolding in your own mind,” Golden said. “It’s also a nice way for us to connect our current students with some alumni working in the area and, for the faculty, a wonderful opportunity to once again create theatre with some of our fine graduates.”

For more information about the series, contact Golden at jgolden@collegeofidaho.edu.

Founded in 1891, The College of Idaho is the state’s oldest private liberal arts college. It has a century-old tradition of educating some of the most accomplished graduates in Idaho, including six Rhodes Scholars, three Marshall Scholars, and another ten Truman and Goldwater Scholars. The College is located on a beautiful campus in Caldwell, Idaho. Its distinctive PEAK curriculum challenges students to attain competencies in the four knowledge peaks of the humanities, natural sciences, social sciences and a professional field, enabling them to graduate with an academic major and three minors in four years. For more information on The College of Idaho, visit www.collegeofidaho.edu.



Purchase, New York
March 1, 2012

Upper Lobby of the PAC
735 Anderson Hill Road

Thursday @ 7:00 p.m.

Come one, come all to this semester's first SOUTHBAY CABARET! Enjoy students display a wide range of artistic talent and some cheese FO FREE!!! (Donations are welcome though!)

Jimmy Phillips

Jhevere Reynolds

5 minute Previews of "Milk Milk Lemonade" directed by Jacquline Schroeder &
"Poona the Fuckdog" directed by Anthony Russo

Danny Grjonko
Gina Mingione
Sam McCausland

Tap Dancing by Eleanor & the Beats

Joshua Oates

Andy Pop
Rotten Jazz Quartet

Co-sponsored by Arts Management Club, Cheese Club, The PAC
Logo Design by Casey Siu

SOURCE: http://www.wherevent.com/detail/isamar-perez-southbay-cabaret http://www.facebook.com/events/381207005241403/


Las Cruces, New Mexico
March 9 & 10, 2012

Isabel M. Crouch Readers Theatre
(Reader's Theatre is located in between the English and Speech Buildings on the New Mexico State University Campus.)

Friday @ 10:15 p.m.
Saturday at 2:00 p.m. & 10:15 p.m.

Tickets $5

Poona The Fuck Dog Is a student production. It'll be on March 9th and thats a TBA time and also Sat and there will be 2 performances that day but TBA for one and 1:30 PM for one of them on times for Sat. You should definatly come out and support The NMSU theatre students. I unsure if there will be a charge, but it's a comedy and very funny. If you get offended by harsh and dirty humor then do not come to this play though. If you have any questions just ask but I hope to see many people there to support us.



Purchase, New York
March 14-16, 2012 (I originally assumed this occurred in Spring 2011) (royalties paid 8/9/11 for a production that "already happened" (q.v. Goldberg email 8/17/11)
The Fuckin' Festival

The Stood (Student Center)

Wednesday & Thursday:
6:30 Art
7:00 Milk
8:00 Poona

Friday (just the plays):
6:00 Milk
7:00 Poona

The Fuckin' Festival

An interdisciplinary GLBTQ arts event presented by AMG Club

Dates: March 14-16
Wednesday and Thursday: Art 6:30, Milk 7pm, Poona 8pm
Friday (Just the plays): Milk 6pm, Poona 7pm

Admission: FREE!


MilkMilkLemonade by Joshua Conkel
Directed by Jacquline Schroeder
Poona the Fuckdog, and other plays for children by Jeff Goode
Directed by Anthony V. Russo

Production Stage Manager: Bethany Clark
Scenic and Costume Design: Nathan Dahlkemper
Lighting and Sound Deisgn: Zephan Ellenbogen

About MilkMilkLemonade:
Emory is an effeminate 11-year-old boy who lives on a farm with his chain smoking Nanna and his only friend, a depressed chicken about to be processed. Nanna wishes Emory would get his head out of the clouds, stop choreographing ribbon stick dance numbers, and be more like Elliot, the boy down the road with a penchant for burning things. But Emory and Elliot have a relationship -- just not one Nanna would expect or approve of. With absurd, poignant dialog and brutal characterizations, MilkMilkLemonade is a bitterly funny exploration of gender, sexuality, life, death, and the human body.

About Poona the Fuckdog:
Once upon a time there was a Fuck Dog named Poona. Poona was a very lonely Fuck Dog until one day she was visited by her Fairy God Phallus and taught how to play a fun game in her big pink box. Poona suddenly becomes a very popular Fuck Dog! Poona's adventures take her to the Kingdom of Do (where nobody did) ruled by a powerful television set. She meets, among others, a thespian shrub, lost space aliens, and she even talks to God! Cum find out what happens!

About the AMG Club:

MilkMilkLemonade by Joshua Conkel
Produced by special arrangement with Playscripts, Inc.(www.playscripts.com)
Poona the Fuckdog, and other plays for children by Jeff Goode
Produced through special arrangement with the playwright and Original Works Publishing. You may purchase this play and many others by visiting the Original Works website at - www.originalworksonline.com.

SOURCE: Original Works 8/9/11 3 performances of Poona for a student's directing project. It was presented for the public.


Kingsville, Texas
May 2-4, 2012

Lab Theatre (in Speech Building)

Wednesday & Thursday @ 7:30 p.m.
Friday @ 11:59 p.m.

Tickets will be $5 and the show will be in the Drama Lab/DA 123 in the speech building.

Alpha Psi Omega Presents:
Poona the F**kDog and Other Plays for Children
Written by: Jeff Goode ( The 8 Reindeer Monologues)

Directed by Aaron Adame

Hello Jeff, My name is Aaron Adame, and i am with Alpha Psi Omega - Kappa Phi Cast. Our Chapter just started this past fall and we had used your show "The 8: Reindeer Monologues" as our coming out show. I have the extreme pleasure of directing our 2nd show "Poona the Fuckdog", and i have a few questions about the script. In the script, you have 4 different songs. I was just wondering how a easy way would be to go about doing these songs? What Kind of tune did you have in mind for the different songs? For my last question, Why does the character "Cunt" appear dressed as a rabbit at the end of the show? I also wanted to let you know that my group loves your work, which is why we had voted on your scripts for our first 2 shows. Well i hope to hear from you soon. Thank you Aaron Adame Alpha Psi Omega - Kappa Phi Cast Texas A&M University - Kingsville