Lydia recently entered the exciting world of Broadway dog training. She was asked to find, train, and
handle two senior dogs in Broadway's revival of the Steinbeck classic "Of Mice and Men." As luck would have it her
15-year-old pitbull named Blue was available and willing to come out of retirement in exchange for daily car rides and tasty
snacks. Lydia found the perfect understudy in her friend and client Christy Allen's dog Violet. In fact, Violet was so perfect
that the director decided to have Violet play the lead dog and Blue continue as the understudy. Violet quickly became the
most talked about dog on Broadway and beyond.
Once On This Island on Broadway
"I wasn't expecting the goat in diapers."
Read the glowing New York Times review of Once On This Island here!
The Rose Tattoo at Williamstown Theatre Festival
Shakespeare In The Park - The Public Theater
It's Only A Play on Broadway
Lydia's own Jack Russell Terrier Grace starred alongside Megan Mullaley, Matthew Broderick, and Nathan Lane as Torch
You Can't Take It With You on Broadway
Lydia developed a training program for a revolving set of kittens and two snakes to star alongside James
Earl Jones in this charming and funny Broadway revival.
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time on Broadway
Lydia is currently training and handling world famous rat Toby and a revolving adorable puppy for this Tony
Award winning play.
Of Mice and Men on Broadway
Who says you can't teach an old dog new tricks? Lydia trained two senior dogs to play the part of Candy's dog in this classic
Broadway Barks Spotlight Wednesday May 7, 2014
The Daily News "Of Mutts and Men"