PHOTO CALL: Fringe Hit Dog Sees God Gets Ready to Move Up to the Big Time

News   PHOTO CALL: Fringe Hit Dog Sees God Gets Ready to Move Up to the Big Time
 
The latest show to receive a full Off-Broadway run after debuting at the New York International Fringe Festival, Bert V. Royal’s Dog Sees God, is currently in rehearsals for its opening at the Century Center for the Performing Arts.

Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead, a Fringe Festival Award winner that satirizes the popular “Peanuts” comic strip, is described as a look at "what happens when America’s favorite blockhead discovers that his beloved beagle has terminal rabies. A missing pen pal, an abused pianist, a pyromaniac ex-girlfriend, two drunk cheerleaders, a homophobic quarterback, a burnt out Buddhist and a drama queen sister” are some of the other characters that appear onstage. Below, producer Dede Harris, cast members Logan Marshall-Green, Eddie Kaye Thomas, Ian Somerhalder, America Ferrera, playwright Royal, Eliza Dushku, Ari Gaynor, Kelli Garner, Keith Nobbs and director Trip Cullman are seen at a press conference for Dog Sees God at the Century Center for the Performing Arts on East 15th Street in New York City.

Photo by Aubrey Reuben


Back Row: Dede Harris (left), Logan Marshall-Green, Eddie Kaye Thomas, Ian Somerhalder and America Ferrera; Front Row: Bert V. Royal (left), Eliza Dushku, Ari Gaynor, Kelli Garner, Keith Nobbs and Trip Cullman.
Back Row: Dede Harris (left), Logan Marshall-Green, Eddie Kaye Thomas, Ian Somerhalder and America Ferrera; Front Row: Bert V. Royal (left), Eliza Dushku, Ari Gaynor, Kelli Garner, Keith Nobbs and Trip Cullman.
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