Lenox, Mass.
Fiction/Memoir | Local culture | Local living
9 November 2021 12:07PM


November 28, 2pm
St. James Place, Great Barrington, MA.
Limited Seats. Save the date and Get Tickets Now.
Mark St. Germain and Special Guests read excerpts from his hilarious, recently published memoir ‘Walking Evil-How one man’s best friend became man’s worst enemy’.

Great Barrington Public Theater is pleased to welcome Playwright Humorist Mark St. Germain and actor friends Donna Bullock, Peggy Pharr Wilson and GBPT Artistic Director Jim Frangione, reading selections from Mark’s hilarious, recently published, comic memoir about a diabolically insane dog that upended all notions of canine fidelity and devotion, and life in general.
Though her name was Evie, she soon answered to Evil. She refused obedience, despised and ignored expensive training, generally unraveled her ‘master’s’ already frayed moorings and drove him to seek help from dog trainers, psychics, human and animal shrinks and even consult a priest about exorcism. If you ever had or now have an impossible pet, Mark’s hilarious recounting of his time with Evil will help you laugh while you suffer.
Tickets are now available. Go to: GreatBarringtonPublicTheater.org

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