Thesps going to the ‘Dog’

Thomas, Dushku head to Off B'way

A gaggle of young film and TV thesps will flock Off Broadway later this fall, when Eddie Kaye Thomas (“American Pie”) and Eliza Dushku (“Bring It On”) star in Bert V. Royal’s “Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead,” beginning perfs at the Century Center Nov. 30.

Cast also includes America Ferrara (“Real Women Have Curves”), Logan Marshall Green (“The OC”) and Michael Rady (“The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants”). Ari Graynor, singled out for raves in “Brooklyn Boy” on Broadway, and Off Broadway regular Keith Nobbs (“Romance”) round out the ensemble.

An award-winning hit at the New York Fringe Fest in 2004, “Dog” is an on-the-sly spoof of the “Peanuts” comicstrip in which an angsty teenager named CB has a rabid beagle and a pyromaniac ex.

Trip Cullman directs and Dede Harris produces. Show, capitalized at $850,000, opens Dec. 15.

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