What if things went horribly awry when a lovable gang of cartoon kids gang left the play ground and hit puberty? Dog Sees God answers the question in a manner that is at times funny, irreverent and always disturbing. CB’s dog has just died of rabies and, as always, he seeks answers from his friends. But this thinly veiled cast of characters is filled with teenage angst manifesting in drinking, drug use, sex, homophobia, pyromania and finally suicide.
The characters may be vaguely familiar but this play is not for the faint of heart and is intended only for mature audiences. Adult themes and language.
Produced by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc.
By: Bert V. Royal
Feb. 4-6 at 7 p.m.
$8 general admission; $5 CWU students with ID
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