- Oct 31, 2020
Saturday, October 31 at 2:00pm
Socially distant, outdoor book reading and signing of A Dog’s Life (October 2020) with author Peter Bogyo. Masks required.
Free admission! Please RSVP above. Book reading to be held outdoors in TSL’s spacious parking lot. Copies of A Dog’s Life to be available for sale. Dog’s welcome! And Halloween costumes (dog and owner) encouraged! Indoor alternative/rain date TBA in response to weather.
A DOG’S LIFE: These loving and hilarious tributes to real dogs, complete with revealing photos, are written in the form of witty, tongue-in-cheek obituaries, and deftly capture a wide variety of unforgettable characters. Whether it’s Bilbo, the swaggering Scottish terrier grappling with height envy, Watson, the medicated bichon frise with his own Facebook page, or Boris, the gentle but over-sexed Doberman, these vivid verbal portraits will have you laughing out loud and wiping away a tear or two. A true celebration of man’s best friend, A Dog’s Life is sure to delight any dog lover. More information at adogslifebook.com.
PETER BOGYO has had a succession of Scottish terriers since childhood. The author of Broadway General Manager: Demystifying the Most Important and Least Understood Role in Show Business, he is a veteran general manager of Broadway and off-Broadway shows, and has worked with many award-winning producers, directors, authors, stars, and designers. He is also a producer of special events, and has produced major benefit concerts at Carnegie Hall, David Geffen Hall, Alice Tully Hall, Town Hall, and Symphony Space in New York City. Peter is a graduate of Yale College and the Commercial Theater Institute, and has been a member of the Broadway League, and a Tony Award voter. With his wife Ahna and Scottish terrier Dickens, he lives in New York City and in Upstate New York, where he has amassed a large collection of Scottish terrier objets, including salt and pepper shakers, door stops, vintage posters, embroidered pillows, candles, napkins, wrapping paper, stationery, boot scrapers, crockery, a child’s antique rocker, pajamas, sheets, slippers, a bath mat, and a weathervane. To name just a few.