Good Grief! Wonder whatever happened to your beloved "Peanuts gang"? We follow the crew a decade later in their high school years, addressing the dramas and angst of their adolescence. In that celebration of childhood neuroses known as "Peanuts," the kids flaunted their insecurities openly while swinging from the monkey bars. Now, deep into their acne phase, in a play about their teenage years, their misery isn't all that delightful anymore. A pyro ex-girlfriend, a stoner best-friend, a confused goth sister, a duo of drunk mean girls, a homophobic germaphobe, and a bullied pianist, engulfs "CB" in this hilarious yet dark comedy, and along the way takes him on a journey through self-discovery and peace of mind. Writer Bert V. Royal re-imagines these ingenious characters that contradict their younger comic-strip selves and places them in a world full of controversy. Violence, sexual identity, drugs, and even suicide; Dog Sees God will take both teen and adult audience members to a world that they know all too well, and asks the question: Is there afterlife after high school?