Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead (Off-Broadway) Photos

In this "unauthorized parody," set approximately 10 years after the events in the 50-year-running comic Peanuts, CB's beloved beagle has terminal rabies, and his world is inhabited by a comic strip parade of misfits: a missing pen pal, an abused pianist, a pyromaniac ex-girlfriend, two drunk cheerleaders, [IMG:L]a homophobic quarterback, a burnt-out Buddhist and a drama-queen sister. Together, these factors all contribute -- Good grief! -- to this modern tale of teenage angst. Always trying to understand life's darker meanings and still plagued with his endless identity crisis, CB turns to his gang of friends to find answers to his many life questions. Bert V. Royal's play earned top honors at the 2004 Fringe Festival and GLAAD's Media Award for best off-off-Broadway production that same year. All seats on Fridays at 10PM are only $25!

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