Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead is an "unauthorized parody" that follows the Peanuts gang - all grown up. Set approximately ten years after the events in the fifty-year-running comic strip, Dog Sees God begins with Snoopy's death, and things for the introspective "CB" go downhill from there. Still trying to understand life's darker meanings, still plagued with his endless identity crisis, CB talks to his gang of friends to find answers to his many questions. Of course, this gives us the chance to laugh at seeing what became of these well-loved and recognizable characters. Dog Sees God made its breakout debut at the 2004 New York International Fringe Festival where it garnered the coveted Excellence Award for Best Overall Production, TheaterMania's Best Play of 2004, and the GLAAD media award for best Off-Off-Broadway Production. The Off-Broadway production is produced by Dede Harris. Directed by Trip Cullman, Dog Sees God is written by Bert V. Royal and features original music by Tom Kitt.