Following a run at the 2004 New York International Fringe Festival, Bert V. Royal's play Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead -- all about what the gang from Charles Schulz's world-famous "Peanuts" comic strip might be like in their teenage years -- opened in a new production at the Century Center for the Performing Arts last night. The cast is full of "Young Hollywood" stars, several of whom also have significant theater credits. After the show, they all partied at Lucy Latin Kitchen; and here they are, starting with Eddie Kaye Thomas, who plays "C.B."
Logan Marshall-Green, who plays "Beethoven."
Eliza Dushku, who play's "Van's Sister."
Ian Somerhalder, who plays "Matt."
Kelli Garner, who plays "Tricia."
Ari Graynor, who plays "Marcy."
Keith Nobbs, who plays "Van."
America Ferrerra, who plays "C.B.'s Sister." To access David Finkle's review of Dog Sees God, click here.