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Friday, February 21, 2014

Buy Your Tickets

You can now BUY YOUR TICKETS HERE for “Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead,” an Orlando play. Everyone wants to sit at the cool kids' table, so buy your tickets early or you might get stuck sitting next to Frieda - Woof! You won’t want to miss our fantastic cast of players who’ve been practicing to put on a socially responsible, highly-entertaining performance. Utilizing iconic characters that we all love, we put the audience back into the uncomfortable stage of teenage adolescence, while pushing the boundaries of social identification.
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Thursday, February 20, 2014

Donations

"Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead" an Orlando Play (or as we call it, DSG),  may be as grassroots as it comes.  No fancy financial-backing...No free scripts or donated costumes from the local college.  This show is directed and produced by a passionate 20-something and her close friends. The cost of putting on a even a small show with few cast members can be - and is - a major financial undertaking.  This is why we've set up an account for fans, friends, moms, dads, uncles, second-cousins and even the weird neighbor who cuts his grass in his underwear to donate.  Seriously, $5.00 can go a long way for us.  Heck, even $2.00.  We're not begging....but....ok, we're begging.  PLEEEAAASSEEEE - If we make our goal, we will donate all of our proceeds to the Bully Free Florida Network. Your dollars can make a difference, now, doesn't that feel good!

Sunday, January 26, 2014

Our Mission

Have you ever been made fun of for being who you are?

Our goal is to bring awareness to the current epidemic of bullying, hate crimes and suicide that is running rampant amongst young people. In addition to other fundraising opportunities, if we meet our fundraising goal we will be able to donate an entire night's worth of ticket profits to Bully-Free Florida Network. Fundraising and awareness efforts to support this cause will be intertwined with our show.

Utilizing iconic characters that we all know and love, our staging aims to push the boundaries of social identification. Through CB’s existential journey, we put the audience back into the uncomfortable stage of teenage adolescence. Utilizing realistic dialogue, circumstances and peer pressure, audience members revisit the awkward phases of figuring out who they are and who they want to be vs. who everyone else tells them they should be. We're not all “written” to be a certain way. Our production challenges what others think of us in an effort to be the best version of ourselves, even in the face of adversity, all in an attempt to become a little less... predictable.

By funding our show you are not only supporting local arts you are standing up for everyone who has been bullied, pushed-around and put down. We are a local production, striving to provide community art and entertainment that has a heart and a message. We showcase talented young people aspiring to follow their dreams through the performing art.

Who's Who!

Our Company:

CB - Matthew Hughes
Beethoven - Isaac Bannasch
CB's Sister - Jordan Irvine
Van - Jonathan Jimenez
Van's Sister - Cassandra Buelich
Matt - Adam Ressa
Tricia - Christina Carmona
Marcy - Lindsay Taylor

Our Team:

Director & Producer - Devon D. Lucia
Assistant Director – Brian Gutierrez
Executive Producer – Dannon Lucia
Production Manager – Heather Mowad
Communications Manager – Steven Calamusa
Event Manager – Chris Meushaw
Graphic and Set Designer – Samantha Sanders
Set Construction - Dan Mende




DOG SEES GOD has not been authorized or approved in any manner by the Charles M. Schulz Estate or United Features Syndicate, which have no responsibility for its content.