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Rogers Center for the Arts

Dog Sees God

7:30pm EST February 23

Rogers Center for the Arts

Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead
by Bert V. Royal

Presented by the Department of Visual and Performing Arts

What happens when beloved comic strip kids grow up and go to high school? In this unauthorized parody, the characters from Peanuts are too immersed in their own issues–absentee parents, unrequited love, drug use, bullying, sexual awakening, prison– to care that everybody’s favorite dog has just died. Dark, tragic and very funny, the play asks: What happens after death?  Is there life after high school? 

Mature Content: Not recommended for children under 16. 

 

$10 Reserved Seating
$8 Seniors, Students, Merrimack Employees 

Last modified on Jul. 13th, 2016 at 1:22pm by Kimberly Taverna.