This article was last updated on April 16, 2022
Dog Sees God, by Bert V. Royal is a dark comedy featuring Charles Schultz’ classic Peanuts gang. The show flips our expectations of these iconic characters upside down as we see how they’ve grown into adolescence – with all the confusion, self-doubt, and hormonal imbalance that comes with the territory. Chock full of dark humour and teenage angst, Dog Sees God is an emotional roller-coaster that examines bullying, sexual identity, and friendship in today’s youth culture while staying honest and relevant to people of all walks of life. Join Echo Productions this November (17th – 26th) at the Second City’s John Candy Box Theatre to experience it for yourself – you won’t want to miss it!
Directed by Victoria Fuller
CB: Thomas Duplessie
Beethoven: Eric Rich
CB’s Sister: Sheri Anne Godda
Van: Stephen Mashalidis
Matt: Adrian Yearwood
Tricia: Olivia Clarke
Marcy: Sara Jackson
Van’s Sister: Coutney Lamanna
Tickets: $20 general admission, $15 with an SCTC card (+ HST)
Source: Whats on Toronto original article at Dog Sees God, by Bert V. Royal
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