Doug Funnie is your average millennial, starting his freshman year at Nickelodeon University. With the help of some other classic Nickelodeon characters, Doug must navigate the perils of 21st century life.
Genre and Content
Seat Reservations and Show Tickets
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|08/02||5:30 PM||Rarig Center Thrust||$3.00||
|08/04||1:00 PM||Rarig Center Thrust||$3.00||
|08/05||8:30 PM||Rarig Center Thrust||$3.00||
|08/10||7:00 PM||Rarig Center Thrust||$3.00||
|08/11||10:00 PM||Rarig Center Thrust||$3.00||
Reviews for: Doug Sees God: A Funnie Thing Happened on the Way to Adulthood
Cast and Crew
Nolan is a recent graduate of York College where he received a B.A. in Vocal Performance and a B.A. in Theater. He is a newfound Minnesota resident and is thrilled for “Doug Sees God” to be his MN Fringe debut! Other Twin Cities credits include recent shows with The BAND Group and Theatre 301. Many thanks to friends and family for all the love and support!
Missy Watson is an actor/director based here in Minneapolis. This is her 4th show in the Minnesota Fringe! Having just completed Dog Sees God with 2140 productions, she has also been seen on stage at the Guthrie, Paul Bunyan Playhouse, Theater in the Round, Lyric Arts, and others.
This is Elizabeth’s first venture into the Minnesota Fringe Festival and she’s grateful for this new opportunity. She has worked with Lyric Arts Theatre and Artistry in Bloomington among other companies around the Twin Cities since 2011. Thank you for supporting local theatre and enjoy the show!
Graduate of the BA Theatre Performance program at the University of Minnesota - Twin Cities (Spring 2017). Most recently performed in High Fidelity with Minneapolis Musical Theatre (2018), and Women on the Verge (2017) and Violet the Musical (2015) at North Hennepin Community College. Collaborated on a Chekhov short story turned into a script titled A Living Chattel (2016). Starred in the music video, Rounding Third by a local band called A Better Hand (2017). Plans to continue working for theatre and film production companies around the cities and start creating original work. Would like to think her family for attending every show she has worked on and her wonderful boyfriend for all the support and encouragement with her advancing career in the arts.
As one of the founding members of Albino Squirrel, this will be Carter’s 4th production with the company previously having worked as a Producer, Director, Stage Manager, and Designer. This will be his first time acting since the horrible freak gasoline fight accident and he is looking forward to everyone looking on in adulation again. He would like to thank his late mother who always supported his theater aspirations through everything, and his wonderful fiancé who still puts up with all of his shenanigans.
John is thrilled to be in another Albino Squirrel Production. You might remember him from such roles as Gaston in "Beauty and the Beast" and Nicky in "Avenue Q". John's favorite Nicktoon is Rocko's Modern Life. Thank you for supporting Doug and remember "Killer Tofu" is the song of a generation.
Jenny is thrilled to be in another Albino Squirrel production, where she was last seen as Allison in Pocahontas. Jenny received her AFA degree in theatre from NHCC, and has been involved in many productions in the Twin Cities area. Some of her favorite roles include: Lucy (Avenue Q), Violet (Violet), and Lucinda (Into the Woods). Her favorite childhood cartoon is Chip and Dale: Rescue Rangers.
Aimee MicekStage Manager
Aimee Micek is excited to make her Fringe debut as Stage Manage for Albino Squirrel! Aimee has been involved in directing for Sibley East High School for the last seven years, and welcomes the challenge of stage managing adult actors! She has had a wonderful experience working with this talented and professional cast.
Bryn is just happy to be here! This is his fourth original play produced through the Minnesota Fringe Festival, and he could previously be seen performing in other shows around the Twin Cities, including "Beauty and the Beast" with OBMT and "The Hunchback of Notre Dame" with Bunce Backyard. He would like to thank his extremely talented cast, his wonderful stage manager Aimee, his parents and siblings, and everyone else who's supported him throughout his theatre journey. Dedicated to Grandma Tanner.