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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CB writes a letter to his pen pal about the death of his dog. New York Times, pp. Matt gives sews a more detailed explanation, proposing that when we die we return to a vagina, similar to being born, although the vagina does not belong to our mother. Confessions of a Teenage Dirtbag”. Suddenly introspective and concerned with the afterlife, he is no longer satisfied with his high school status as a good-looking bully. Unsourced material may be challenged confessins removed.

Matt is disgusted by all the germs. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. CB goes to Beethoven’s practice room to listen to his music.

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November Learn how and when to remove this template message. Later on, the group has a talk about Beethoven, who teenahe suicide Matt, meanwhile, was suspended from school for a week. I will wait to become a platypus. Outside, Beethoven demands an explanation of what happened.

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The incident ignites the confessuons for the remainder of the play. I had just gotten an abortion the day before and the next day in Biology, we were ironically learning about reproduction.

Director Pete Comperatore, who clearly knows the dynamics of a modern high school, propels this strong ensemble beyond the script’s occasional shortcomings to fully explore the trials of adolescence until a heartfelt ending brings compassion to this high school blockhhead. Depending on the requirements, the monologue can sccript at the beginning of the play, or where it does here. Van, who claims to be Buddhist, says that spirits either dissolve away or get reincarnated. CB makes a truce with Beethoven to reestablish their friendship.

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Retrieved May 1, Sex, drugs, bullying, mental illness, toxic friendships, and dead dogs. The play ends beautifully, as CB receives a letter from his pen pal, CS, about, well, keep-on-keeping-on, about optimism and love.


Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Tricia and Marcy Anna Brewer and Anabel Butleradolescent versions of Peppermint Patty and Marcie, are self-centered party girls, while CB’s drama-geek sister an impressive Liz Webb changes personalities as often as she changes clothes.

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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. West ; the general manager was Roy Gabay ; the production stage manager was Lori Ann Zepp ; the assistant stage manager was Tammy Scozzafava ; and the production manager rog Randall Etheredge.

CB is angered by this and berates them for not having any sympathy for him all these years. The production was extended for two weeks and Daniel Franzese assumed the role of Van.

The show was a sell out and quickly transferred to the larger venue The Lowry in January