Praise for dog sees god

" ...a funny and absorbing piece of theater, expertly performed."

"Each of these fine actors, [...] etches a personality you won’t forget."

-Paul Lamar, The Daily Gazette

 

"The Peanuts characters break into their teens with a hedonistic vengeance in 'Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead.'”

"The entire eight-member cast carries a spirit of spontaneity and genuineness."

"...surprisingly heart wrenching."

- Joseph Dalton, Albany Times Union

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The team behind Creative License's "Dog Sees God" has drawn inspiration from much of teen culture, from "Romeo and Juliet" to "Glee", but one TV show has had a significant impact on the tone and style of the production.



  From left: Ian LaChance (Matt), Dana Goodknight (CB's Sister), Tom Templeton (CB), Rhiannon Antico.           (Marcy), Ben Katagiri (Beethoven), and Casey Polomaine (Tricia)

  From left: Ian LaChance (Matt), Dana Goodknight (CB's Sister), Tom Templeton (CB), Rhiannon Antico.           (Marcy), Ben Katagiri (Beethoven), and Casey Polomaine (Tricia)

  From left: Rhiannon Antico (Marcy), Ian LaChance (Matt), Isaac Newberry (Van), and Casey Polomaine (Tricia)

  From left: Rhiannon Antico (Marcy), Ian LaChance (Matt), Isaac Newberry (Van), and Casey Polomaine (Tricia)

                                    From left: Tom Templeton (CB), and Ben Katagiri (Beethoven)

                                    From left: Tom Templeton (CB), and Ben Katagiri (Beethoven)

                                From left: Dana Goodknight (CB's Sister) and Tom Templeton (CB)

                                From left: Dana Goodknight (CB's Sister) and Tom Templeton (CB)

                                 From left: Haley Beauregard (Van's Sister) and Tom Templeton (CB)

                                 From left: Haley Beauregard (Van's Sister) and Tom Templeton (CB)