Dog Sees God by Bert V. Royal is a shocking unauthorized parody of the Peanuts comic strip by Charles Schulz. This is a story into adolescence where the beloved blockhead encounters modern threats to childhood innocence. This production explores how teenage students address alcohol, drugs, sexual activity and prejudice on a daily basis. Dog Sees God takes a hard look at how our generation views morality, insignificance, and rejection-hoping to bridge the gaps based on religion, gender and social differences.
Do we have your attention yet? GOOD! This show is sponsored by Roy Pemberton and Pemberton Chevrolet Buick GMC! We could not be more grateful to him for his support of our area arts programs.
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