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Dog Sees God performance with special talk back session

When: Mar 29, 2014 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM
Attend the March 29 theatre performance, which will be followed by a thought-provoking discussion with the director and cast.
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Dog Sees God performance with special talk back session

University Theatre's spring production, "Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead," will have a special talk back session with the director and cast after their performance Saturday, March 29.

The play is about Peanuts characters that have grown into dysfunctional teenagers. It provides an explicit look at many issues facing today's teenagers: teen violence, rebellion, drug use, suicide, eating disorders, sexual identity and bullying. The language is explicit as are the characters' actions.

The talk back session will allow the audience to share their input and discuss many important issues that were examined in the play. Eleni Pinnow, assistant professor of psychology, has graciously agreed to assist facilitating this discussion.

Do not miss out on what is sure to be a great, eye-opening learning experience. Performance and ticket info.

Event Contact: Cathy Fank | 715-394-8388 | cfank{atuws}
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