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You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown at Seattle’s Musical Theatre

If you are hoping to take cover from the Seattle rain this weekend, you may want to round up the family and head to the Seattle Musical Theatre. Each day this weekend, there will be a live performance of “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown”.

Originally produced in 1967 by cartoonist Charles M. Schultz, You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown was based on the characters in his well-known comic strip “Peanuts”. The whole gang, including Lucy, Schroeder, Sally, Linus, Snoopy and the man himself, Charlie Brown will be brought to life on-stage. When the play was first staged in 1967 in New York, there was no official script. The six actors performed ten songs and based their performance off ten years’ worth of Peanuts cartoons. Celebrating the 50th Anniversary last year, the play remains to stay true to its charm and wit. You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown explores life through the eyes of Charlie Brown and his beloved friends. From Valentine’s Day to baseball season, and positivity to despair, this play captures memorable little moments from Charlie Brown. It is guaranteed to capture the hearts of all ages in the audience!

There will be a show this evening and Saturday, June 9th beginning at 7:30 PM and a show Sunday, June 10th at 2:00 PM. With the convenience of purchasing tickets online, you can also select your seating at the same time! Adult tickets cost $40 and Youth, Senior and Military tickets cost $35.

If you are interested in volunteering, the Seattle Musical Theatre is always looking for new volunteers. For more information, please visit the volunteer page.


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