Book, Music and Lyrics by Clark Gesner and
Directed by Marty Pistone
Music Direction by Ginger Beavers
Choreography by Melinda Murray
Produced in association with the Charles M. Schulz Museum
Our 2017/18 season opener is a true, hometown revival celebrating the 50th anniversary of the classic Broadway musical based on the famous "Peanuts" comic strip by Santa Rosa's own Charles M. Schulz.
Inept, but ever-hopeful, Charlie Brown searches for what it means to be a good person, finding unexpected answers from his friends Lucy, Linus, Schroeder, Sally and Snoopy. Visit with the gang as they set out to discover how happiness in life is made up of all the little moments we often take for granted - from flying a kite, to the baseball season, to finally kicking that football!
Laugh along with our cast of Cooper Bennett, Robert Finney, Katie Kelley, Siena Warnert, Amy Webber, Erik Weiss and Dominic Williams as they channel their weird, but lovable, inner kid in this warm-hearted, toe-tapping series of comic-strip-like vignettes.
August 18 - September 17
MUSEUM EXHIBIT AT THE PLAYHOUSE
The Charles M. Schulz Museum's exhibit marking the 50th Anniversary of the show will be on display in the Studio Gallery. Open one hour prior to performances and by arrangement. FREE!
Special bonus - Keep your ticket stub!
You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown ticket holders are entitled to $2.00 off entrance to the Charles M Schulz Museum. Just present your ticket stub at the Museum to receive the discount.
Fri & Sat at 7:30
Thurs at 7:30
FAMILY PACKAGE - EVERY SATURDAY MATINEE
Adults $25 with purchase of kid ticket (phone orders only)
"A Charming Revival." (David Templeton - North Bay Bohemian)
"6th Street Playhouse’s delightful 'You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown' will make you smile – a lot." (Harry Duke - For All Events)
"Step away from today’s stresses to spend a couple of hours enjoying the innocence of childhood at 6th Street Playhouse." (Alexa Chipman & Cari Pace - Marinscope)
"The final number 'Happiness'...celebrate[s] the simple pleasures of life." (Patrick Thomas - Talkin' Broadway)
"A really sweet show about some beloved comic strip characters...Snoopy's extended jazz-dance interpretation of 'Suppertime' [is] the most hilarious five minutes you will get to enjoy all year. Brilliant!" (Barry Willis - SF bay Area Theatre Critics Circle)