Mature content...language and themes. Rated R
Tickets $20-$32: Light Meal Options Available
Running time: 1 hour, 45 minutes
Friday Performances: June 9, 23; July 14
Pub Opens @ 6:00, Preshow music from 6:15-7:15, Show starts at 7:30
Saturday Twilight Performances: June 10, 24; July 15
Pub Opens @ 2:30, Preshow music from 2:45-3:45, Show starts at 4:00
Sunday Matinees: June 11, 25; July 16
Pub Opens @ 12:30, Preshow music from 12:45-1:45, Show starts at 2:00
When CB’s dog dies from rabies, CB begins to question the existence of an afterlife. His best friend is too burnt out to provide any coherent speculation; his sister has gone goth; his ex-girlfriend has recently been institutionalized; and his other friends are too inebriated to give him any sort of solace. But a chance meeting with an artistic kid, the target of this group’s bullying, offers CB a peace of mind and sets in motion a friendship that will push teen angst to the very limits. Drug use, suicide, eating disorders, teen violence, rebellion and sexual identity collide and careen toward an ending that’s both haunting and hopeful.
Directed by Lisa Heili.
Directed by Lisa Heili.
"Dog Sees God is a rare item; a wicked satire that is so much more than just a tearing-down of cultural icons. It's rich with insight into our vulnerabilities, and forces us to think hard about what we owe to each other." - Broadway World
"a play that invites audiences to reflect on identity (the theme for their season), and reminds us how perspectives can change, for characters and for audiences, with time and understanding." - DC Theatre Scene
May Heili (they/them) is a sophomore studying art and design at UW-Milwaukee. Although this is their debut on the Forst Inn stage, they are far from new to performing. Their recent notable roles include Will Bloom in Big Fish with Peter Quince, Ruth Sherwood in Wonderful Town with Lincoln High School, and Jon in Marjorie Prime with the UWM Honors Drama Club. They hope you thoroughly enjoy the show and continue to support the arts wherever you roam.
Karter Mueller is proud to be part of this amazing production. Karter can also currently be seen in You’re A Good Man Charlie Brown on the opposing weekends of DSG! He is beyond honored to be able to play Beethoven, and have such a strong emotional connection with the rest of the cast. He has been in a few other shows at The Forst Inn including Carrie: The Musical , A Wrinkle in Time, and most recently Godspell. He would like to thank Lisa, and the rest of the cast/crew for helping make this production one to remember!
Katie Naegele is absolutely thrilled to be a part of both Charlie Brown (as Sally) and Dog sees God (as Marcy). This is her first show at the Forst and has had such a blast working with all these amazing people. She hopes to do more shows here in the future and wants to thank everyone in the cast and her directors! She couldn’t have done it without the support from her friends and family!
Sydney Rabas is so excited to be a part of her first ever show at the Forst Inn. She is also currently a part of You’re a good man Charlie Brown portraying Lucy. She could not have done it without the support of all her friends, family, cast mates, and of course, her director Lisa. She hopes you enjoy the show!
Megan Schauer is so grateful to be performing in her seventh show here at the Forst Inn. You may have previously seen her in She Kills Monsters, Midsummer, Anatomy of Gray, A Wrinkle in Time, Godspell, and The Actor’s Nightmare. A longtime Peanuts fan and a lover of all things spooky, she is especially excited to metamorphose into her darker side and bleed her little emo heart out onstage. In fall you can find her unleashing her inner demons at Terror On The Fox in Green Bay. She would like to thank her boyfriend Ryker for taking on the challenge of doing tech and for being her #1 supporter.
Falon Scott is thrilled to be on The Forst Inn stage for a second time. You might have previously seen her as Charles Wallace in A Wrinkle in Time. She couldn’t do this without support from her family, friends, coworkers, and boyfriend. Falon hopes to “light the crowd on fire” with this incredible story
Alax is a senior at UWGB pursuing a major in theater studies. Recently Alax filled the roles of dramaturg, props head, and sound board op, for the school’s production of She Kills Monsters. This past semester Alax also performed the role of Deer in You Don’t Deserve to Die as part of World Premiere Wisconsin, and directed a student written studio proposal in Jean Weidner Theater. This is Alax’s first production at the Forst Inn and he’s very grateful for the opportunity to help tell this important story!
This is Kenny’s debut as an actor on The Forst Inn stage however, it is not their first time doing work in a production for The Forst Inn as they could be seen opening doors and cleaning blood off the stage after performances of Carrie last fall. Kenny is currently a senior at the University of Wisconsin Green-bay, studying both psychology and theater (tech and design). This is where they can be seen taking on a variety of roles such as stage managing, scenic charge, dramaturgy, and more. Most recently Kenny took the role of Farrah the Faerie in UWGB’s production of She Kills Monsters: Young Adventurers Edition and the role of Lauren in Circle Mirror Transformation (also at UWGB). When Kenny isn’t surrounding themself with theatrical work you can find her sleeping or partaking in role-playing games with friends.
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