Publication: Royal, Bert V. Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead. Dramatists Play Service, Drama Library PS Review: Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead Bert V. Royal’s Dog Sees God, the Peanuts play, is a wonderful coming of age high This is elucidated very well in the script, as the dual characterization of the. Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead plot summary, character breakdowns, context and analysis, and performance video clips.

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The play ends beautifully, as CB receives a letter from his pen pal, CS, about, well, keep-on-keeping-on, about optimism and love. A few days later, Matt, Tricia, Marcy and Van eat lunch together, and are all stunned at what happened. Kristin Guerin as Marcy had consistent characterization that couched effective nuance at choice moments; her performance felt very teen, and as the incidents of the play affected her, she grew as a teen, took on the remorse as a teen.

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Beethoven walks by and Matt calls him a fag. Gawd, this quirky show is as lovable as snoopy.

Yeah, good luck with that. He was a good dog. Bitches like that make me sick.

Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead

The cast was as follows:. The Peanuts kids have been reimagined and are all grown up in this unauthorized parody—and, boy, do they have problems. This morbid yet strangely delightful fate of Snoopy seems to follow all of the Peanuts universe, as the trials and tribulations of discovering yourself and patching an identity fall upon the wonderful characters of Charles Shultz’s imagination.

I will wait to become a platypus. CB makes a truce with Beethoven to reestablish their friendship. To match these characters, with whom we have a rather intimate relationship, to general high school stereotypes is smart, and goc for those stereotypes to be grounded in a history, carved with the knife of our own understanding of them.


What the hell is that supposed to mean? Later on, CB gets a letter from his pen pal. I look forward to what they put up next. Sex, drugs, bullying, mental illness, toxic friendships, and dead dogs. CB rog over the letter, as it meant so much to his friend, dog, and himself. What Have We Learned?

I am a teenage caterpillar. Webarchive template wayback links Articles needing additional references from November All articles needing additional references. See all upcoming theatre performances. Royal’s dark comedy is an extension of Charles Schulz’s beloved creation.

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Who wants jelly doughnuts? It’s the Easter Beagle Confessions of a Teenage Dirtbag”. Aron Canter Blogs at specialtheatre. CB goes to see Beethoven and the two argue over whether or not they should be in a relationship. The next day at school CB asks his friend Matt where we go when we die.

And speaking of her fashion sense, why is she always wearing that shirt that says WWJD? This angers Matt, who slams the piano top, breaking Beethoven’s hands. After the sudden death of the strip’s one escapist character, Snoopy, angst-ridden protagonist CB Leo Brody seeks solace among his peers.

CB visits her in prison, and she is given an excellent monologue that elucidates many of the central themes of the show.

The play opens with CB, or our old friend Charlie Brown none of the original Peanuts characters’ names are used, I assume for licensing reasonsa mature high schooler, writing to his old pen pal for the first time in years about putting down his dog, who contracted rabies and killed a little yellow bird that was always by his side.


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But I feel sad because the dog died. CB is angered by this and berates them for not having any sympathy for him all these years. Starts with VAN Oc wanna hit this? Later that day, they put him to sleep. Gain full access to show guides, character breakdowns, auditions, monologues and more! Dog Sees God is advertised as a parodyand includes language indicating that the production has not been authorized or approved by United Features Syndicate or the estate of Charles M.

Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead – Bert V. Royal

Beethoven says no and calls him by his old nickname, Pigpen. The Department of Theatre seeks students interested in studying acting, directing, scene design At the comic strip’s creative height in the sixties and seventies, before corporate interests homogenized it, Peanuts exposed the anxieties of childhood in a modern age.

By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Peanuts portrayed “a society as complete and as dangerous as Balzac’s”, as critic Christopher Caldwell observed. However, the use of these famous characters is what gives the show its emotional punch: It’s a mistake to consider Dog Sees God a satire of Peanuts. Your email address will not be published.