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Dog Bites Man (No, Seriously)

Actor/author/playwright Mark St. Germain will read excerpts from his new book, “Walking Evil: How Man’s Best Friend Became Man’s Worst Enemy,” about a pet adoption that went very, very wrong.

St. Germain rescued a dog named Evie at a time when his life was in disarray. The dog seemed to reflect all the parts of his life that had unraveled.

St. Germain consulted dog trainers, psychics, human and animal shrinks and even a priest who specializes in exorcism. In the end, he came to realize that it’s the pets who run our households.

The reading will be on Sunday, Nov. 28, 2 p.m. at St. James Place in Great Barrington, Mass., hosted by the Great Barrington Public Theater. Readers include Donna Bullock, Peggy Pharr Wilson and Jim Frangione.

Tickets are $15 and available on Eventbrite. Updates are available online at www.greatbarringtonpublictheater.org.

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