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Outré Theatre Company Presents Dog Sees God

Outré Theatre Company Presents A Staged Reading of
Dog Sees God by Burt V. Royal

Join Outré Theatre Company as we present the third in our pre-season reading series, Dog Sees God by Burt V. Royal, a darkly comic look at the Peanuts characters as teenagers. This performance is hosted by Joe Adler and our friends at GableStage, for one performance only, March 19 at 7:00 pm.

Burt V. Royal’s Dog Sees God, part parody, part homage, begins as CB’s dog just died, and he searches for the meaning underneath the veneer of teenage life. Joined by his younger sister, his pot-smoking Buddhist friend Van, his gay classmate Beethoven, and a variety of other recognizable characters, CB desperately attempts to understand the world around him amidst the crush of the post-adolescent experience.

Although the characters are drawn from our childhood, the dark humor of the play is most certainly aimed at adults. Dog Sees God was a breakout hit at the New York International Fringe Festival, and its examination of how the lightheartedness of childhood foibles become darker and more serious strikes a chord that is both humorous and thought-provoking.

Tickets are available for a suggested donation of $8 and are available at the door. The GableStage is located in the eastern section of the Biltmore Hotel, at 1200 Anastasia Avenue, in Coral Gables, Florida. Valet parking is available, or free parking is available in the Biltmore parking area west of the hotel.

Outré Theatre Company is a brand new theatre company in beautiful South Florida, helmed by Artistic Director Skye Whitcomb and Managing Director Nori Tecosky. Outré believes that theatre is a living art form with the power to reimagine and reexamine ourselves and the world around us. We are a theatre that nurtures the creative spirit of individuals and our community through original and established works, utilizing a variety of mediums to engage the souls and imaginations of the artists and the audience. We strive to create theatre which stimulates thought, provokes reflection, and encourages activism. For additional information contact Nori Tecoskyon line at or by phone at 954-300-2149.