Dog Sees God: Dark Parody of the Peanuts Gang's Teen Years
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The last date listed for Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead was Saturday March 30, 2013 / 8:00pm.
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Two worlds collide when the Lincoln Center Theater production of this "breathtaking and exquisite" (… More
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“Going to Happy Medium Theater’s production of Bert V. Royal’s riff on “Peanuts?” Expect your heart to battle it out with that lump in your throat for elbow room." —Edge Boston
“If you aren’t going to see it for the quality of Happy Medium’s work, please see it for the kids who will benefit directly by your attendance. We can’t just tell kids that it gets better; we have to make sure that it does.” —New England Theatre Geek
“The Happy Medium Theatre Company (Inc.) proudly proclaims ‘Put simply, we have a damn good time producing great work.’ And these theatrical workaholics’ current production in The Factory Theatre is a textbook definition of the best of Boston’s fringe theater.” —Theater Mirror
Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead stars Michael Underhill (Double Indemnity_, Stoneham Theatre/_Polaroid Stories, Heart & Dagger Productions/Happy Medium Theatre/Boston Actors’ Theater) as the lovable, yet utterly confused CB (Charlie Brown). Michael has been hailed as one of “the young actors in Boston to watch.”
Also featuring: Mikey DiLoreto as Van, Nick Miller as Matt, Lesley Anne Moreau as Marcy, Lizette M. Morris as Van’s Sister, Joey C. Pelletier as Beethoven, Kiki Samko as CB’s Sister, Audrey Lynn Sylvia as Tricia
Director: Lizette M. Morris
Production/Rehearsal Stage Manager: Samantha MacArthur
Assistant Stage Manager: Jillian Wilson Martin
Costume Designer: Mikey DiLoreto
Light Designer: Greg Jutkiewicz
Sound Designer: Deirdre Benson
Scenic Designer: Lizette M. Morris
Graphic Designer: Daniel J. Raps
This show may not be suitable for children under the age of 15. Parental discretion is advised.