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Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead
18th and Union
Seattle, WA
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Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead

Somniterum Productions takes our position as an arts organization very seriously.  We believe we have a responsibility as an organization that provides interface between artists and the general public to consider the well-being of all involved when mounting a production.  Given the current pandemic spread of the virus known as COVID-19 and the mandates and recommendations of City, County and State officials, our Producers team has made the difficult decision to postpone our production of Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead.  We are working with all involved to find a new time to perform our show, and look forward to announcing rescheduled dates as soon as possible.


Somniterum Productions is delighted to present Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead, written by Bert V. Royal.


Matt Bergonzine - Van
Krista Cassidy - Tricia
Hannah Coleman - CB's Sister
Matthew Fisher - Matt
Dominick Garatino - Beethoven
Sara Glauser - Marcy
Abner Marcelo - CB
Kelly Ufford - Van's Sister


Calen P. Winn - Director
Omar Faust - Stage Manager
Karl Divoky - Fight Director
Nat Kent - Costume Designer
Hannah Preisinger - Sound Designer
Patrick Wilson - Light Designer
Helen Zhang - Costumer


Friday March 20 @ 7pm
Saturday March 21 @ 7pm
Saturday March 21 @ 10pm (Industry Late-Night)
Sunday March 22 @ 2pm

18th & Union

General Admission $25
Industry Late-Night: $15
Industry Rush: $15 in person at the venue when house opens.


Teenagehood is a rough time for anyone, but when you lose your best friend too, nothing makes sense anymore. When CBs dog dies, he goes on a quest of self-discovery fueled by existential angst. Along the way, his friends and family reveal the cracks in their veneers and things get messy in ways only possible for teenagers. Friendships are broken, trust betrayed, and in the end everyone grows up a little.

(Content Warning: this play deals with substance abuse, parental abuse, and suicide. For more information, send inquiries to somniterum@gmail.com)


18th and Union (View)
1406 18th Ave
Seattle, WA 98122
United States


Arts > Theatre

Kid Friendly: No
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!


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