Audio Preview: 'Spooky Dog and the Teen-Age Gang Mysteries' at Rarely Done Productions
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SpookyDogFlyerSpooky Dog and the Teen-Age Gang Mysteries  Who Rarely Done Productions Where 441 E. Washington St., Syracuse When Through Feb. 23 Tickets $20 Audio Preview by Paige Cooperstein 

When Rarely Done Productions started promoting its production of “Spooky Dog,” a raunchy parody of Scooby-Doo, they had to redesign their poster. As cast member Theresa Constantine explained, the poster was drawing kids and, “It is not a kids’ show,” Constantine said.

“Spooky Dog” features a butch Velma-type character, called Thelma, played in drag by Gennaro Parlato. A sexed-up "Daphne," called Tiffany, played by Rita Worlock in “a hot red wig from China.” And the dynamic duo of Scraggly and Spooky Dog (Josh Taylor and Billy Sweeney) don’t shy away from the high they really get from “Scooby Snacks.”

Rarely Done Productions opened “Spooky Dog” last weekend with two performances that sold out before opening night. The next chance to see “Spooky Dog” is this Friday, February 22 at 8 p.m. Dan Tursi directs the show. For a complete list of show times or to purchase tickets, visit www.rarelydone.org. You can also purchase tickets at the box office at 441 E. Washington St. The box office phone number is 315-546-3224. “Spooky Dog” plays at the CNY Jazz Arts Foundation through February 23.
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