Archive: You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown
February 27 – April 17, 2015
Music and Lyrics by Clark Gesner
Based on the Peanuts comic strip by Charles M. Schulz
Part of the Acts of Faith Festival.
"Brings dimension, heft and a fresh sympathy to characters we think we know.
"This delightful ensemble brings the deadpan innocence and sweet charms of the Peanuts gang to life."
"all audience members will leave with smiles on their faces."
"Whether you’re a longtime “Peanuts” fan or simply seeking unpretentious, lighthearted fun, “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown” makes for a great family outing."
Acts of Faith talk backs will take place after the performances on March 15 and 29.
Charlie Brown, Lucy, Linus, and the whole gang come to life in this up-beat musical for young-at-heart adults and thoughtful children. Based on the iconic comic strip, familiar scenes and tuneful melodies will entertain and warm your heart.
Length: Approximately 2 hours
Suggested for ages 7 and up.
With respect and affection, we dedicate this production to the memories of:
Kevin Grantz – As an actor, Kevin was best known for his educational portrayals of George Washington and Patrick Henry, appearing regularly in the Give Me Liberty reenactment at St. John’s Episcopal Church, and also at Colonial Williamsburg, Mount Vernon, and across the street at Hanover Courthouse.
Jack Irwin – In addition to playing the Inn Keeper in the annual Richmond Nativity Pageant for nearly 60 years, Jack acted in and directed numerous plays for the Chamberlayne Actors Theater and at Dogwood Dell. When we purchased the historic Empire (now November) Theatre in 1986, Jack was part of the deal. He was our volunteer usher extraordinaire for about ten years.
Both men were our dear and irreplaceable friends. They will be sorely missed.