You’re A Good Man,
Charlie Brown (Revised)

March 14 – 23, 2013

Based on the Comic Strip “Peanuts” by Charles M. Schulz

Good grief!  A runaway hit on Broadway – twice! – this loveable ode to Charles M. Schulz’s Peanuts gang is once again enjoying a revival.  Follow the antics of good old Charlie Brown as he spends a day pondering the meaning of life. In between kite-flying escapades, baseball games and failed attempts to win the heart of the Little Red-Haired Girl, he finds solace and friendship with Linus, his sister Sally, nemesis Lucy, musical genius Schroeder – and, of course, man’s best friend, Snoopy!  Fun for the whole family, set to a singable score that was nominated for the Grammy for Best Musical Show Album – twice!

Appropriate for ages 6 and up.

Produced by special arrangement with, and the music and dialogue material furnished by TAMS-WITMARK MUSIC LIBRARY, INC., 560 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY 10022

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Seating Plan: Chief Dan George Theatre: Please note that the seating in the George Theatre will be modified for this production.

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Cast & Creative

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Based on the Comic Strip “Peanuts” by Charles M. Schulz
Book, Music and Lyrics by Clark Gesner
Additional Dialogue by Michael Mayer
Additional Music and Lyrics by Andrew Lippa
Original Direction for this version by Michael Mayer
Originally Produced in New York by Arthur Whitelaw and Gene Persson

Directed by Fran Gebhard
Music Direction by Jim Hill
Movement Coach Jacques Lemay
Set Design by Allan Stichbury
Costumes Design by Allyson Leet & Shayna Ward
Lighting Design by Simon Farrow
Stage Manager Sandra Drag

Pianist & Assistant Music Director Adrian Bronson
Percussion  Katelyn Clark


Media Reviews

Anna Kemp reviewing for

Posted March 18

“The show features many of the classic Peanuts scenes: Snoopy as the “Red Baron” on top of his dog house; Lucy lounging admiringly while Schroeder plays the piano; Charlie Brown trying to fly his kite. And like the comic strip, Good Man is fun right from the rousing opening number.”

“Better still, all the actors seem to be enjoying themselves on stage, which really infuses the performance with a sense of joyfulness. “


Theatre Blogger Janis Lacouvee

Posted March 16

“Full of high energy from the opening number to the close, this show has heart and cross-generational appeal.”

“Gebhardt’s exuberant treatment of this iconic and beloved classic is sure to be popular; it’s easily accessible to families with younger children.”


David Lennam reviewing for CBC On the Island (Audio file)

Posted March 18

“This version at the university is really good, particularly in that way that long after you’ve left the theatre you’re thinking about it again. …. When you slip it on, it feels like a favourite sweater, that pure nostalgia that you’re bathed in. And it has something to say to today’s audiences because deft social commentary is what made Schulz’s comic strips so endearing…