19 November 2005

good grief!

OK, so I just want to point out that this is a combination of literally all my favorite guilty pleasures...Buffy? Peanuts? Teen Drama? YES!!!

For fans of Buffy, Lost, American Pie, The O.C., Phone Booth and The Aviator, you have the chance to see some of your favorite stars in this off-off Broadway production of "Dog Sees God," a playful 'What if?' that takes place when your favorite comic strip characters are teenagers and the beloved beagle (Snoopy) is dead.

Starring: Eliza Dushku (for Buffy TVS), America Ferrera (Real Women Have Curves), Kelli Garner (The Aviator), Ari Graynor (Mystic River), Logan Marshall-Green (The O.C.), Keith Nobbs (Phone Booth), Ian Somerholder (Lost) and Eddie Kay Thomas (American Pie).

Synopsis: Dog Sees God - A Confession of a Teenage Blockhead is set approximately ten years after the events of the beloved and ever loveable comic strip. The gang is back, teenage and reckless, their minds addled with drugs and hormones, their sex drives understandably in overdrive, coming of age and coming out in a smart, funny, poetic, irreverent and touching examination of what it means to be on the brink of adulthood in an all too-scary adult world.

Discount tickets available at 39.50 (usually 65.00) for performances through January 29. Use coupon code DG39DML at telecharge got home. Now playing at The Century Center - 111 East 15th Street, NYC. (ust blocs from Unio Square, in the heat of the Village)

I need to see this immediately. Thank you. It sounds incredible.

The Great Pumpkin,
Joe John

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