2014-15 University Theatre Performances
Performance dates are November 5-8, 2014 at 7:30 pm in the UW-Manitowoc University Theatre. Tickets are available in advance from the Administrative Services Office (Monday-Friday 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.) or at the door. General admission is $8, seniors and students are $6. UW-Manitowoc students can attend for free with ID.
Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead
Written by Bert V. Royal
November 5-8, 2014, 7:30 PM, University Theatre
When CB's dog dies from rabies, CB begins to question the existence of an afterlife. His best friend is too burnt out to provide any coherent speculation; his sister has gone goth; his ex-girlfriend has recently been institutionalized; and his other friends are too inebriated to give him any sort of solace. But a chance meeting with an artistic kid, the target of this group's bullying, offers CB a peace of mind and sets in motion a friendship that will push teen angst to the very limits. Drug use, suicide, eating disorders, teen violence, rebellion and sexual identity collide and careen toward an ending that's both haunting and hopeful. This performance is rated "R" and intended for mature audiences due to adult languange and themes.
For more information, contact Director Ray Pritchard at email@example.com.
Cast Named for Dog Sees God
The University of Wisconsin-Manitowoc University Theatre has named the cast for its fall production of Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead written by Bert V. Royal and directed by Ray Pritchard.
UW-Manitowoc student cast members include Rosalindae Siegfried (CB’s sister), Jack LeClair (Van) and Alyssa Klug (Van’s sister). Other members of the cast include: Thomas Moore (CB), Robert Irion (Matt), Kevin Sievert (Beethoven), Ariel Ducat (Tricia) and Katie Sievert (Marcy).
The play tells the story of CB, who beings to question the existence of an afterlife following his dog’s death. Drug use, suicide, eating disorders, teen violence, rebellion and sexual identity collide and careen toward an ending that's both haunting and hopeful. This show contains adult language and themes and is rated “R.”