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Theater review: 'Dog Sees God' from Kangagirl Productions

Theater review: 'Dog Sees God' from Kangagirl Productions

Bert V. Royal mined childhood memories to write "Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead" which debuted at the 2004 New York Fringe Festival. The word "blockhead" is the first clue to what Royal is writing about — and if I tell you the lead character, a kind of sad sack of a fellow, is writing a letter to his penpal, surely a lightbulb goes off in your brain. Billed as an unauthorized parody, "Dog Sees God" transforms Charles M. Schulz's "Peanuts" comic-strip creations into angst-filled, drug-taking, foul-mouthed, promiscuous teenagers. Good grief. In Kangagirl Productions' staging at Orlando's Parliament House,...

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