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Dog Sees God

12 Jul 2010
Good Grief! Ten years later on the Peanuts gang are back… and they’re nuts!

Good Grief! Ten years later on the Peanuts gang are back… and they’re nuts!

The award-winning production of Dog Sees God, revealing the exploits of the all-grown-up characters from Charles Schulz’s beloved comic strip, is laid bare in all its inglorious beauty.

Good Grief! Ten years later on the Peanuts gang are back… and they’re nuts!

The award-winning production of Dog Sees God, revealing the exploits of the all-grown-up characters from Charles Schulz’s beloved comic strip, is laid bare in all its inglorious beauty.

The endearing characters which stamped an indelible mark on kids and adults for decades are given a hedonistic re-rub in this parody that New York audiences fell in love with.

When CB’s (get it..?) long-loved dog dies from rabies, the poor fella begins to question the existence of an afterlife. He gets no help from his best friend who is too wasted to offer any half-decent explanations, his sister is too emo, his ex-girlfriend has bought a one-way ticket to the funny-farm and he finds himself falling for the underdog.

Check out the haunting and hopeful conclusions at BATS this August!

Season: Tuesday 3 – Saturday 14 August (no show Sun/Mon)

Time: 8.30PM

Tickets: $18 full / $13 concession / $10 School groups (10+)