Phoenix Kids present:Camp Version of "You're a Good Man Charlie Brown"

By Jayne Ann Bugda |

Published 07/10 2014 01:10AM

Updated 07/10 2014 01:17AM

Phoenix kids present:    Camp Version of "You're a Good Man Charlie Brown"-  This was a three week intensive theatre camp for ages 10 to 12.  The youngsters attended camp Monday thru Friday from 9am to 2pm each day.  Their day was filled with Singing, Blocking and Choreography each day for the first two weeks.  Week three was the campers tech week in which they ran the show each day working with lighting, music and working out the rough spots.  The camp will conclue with public performances July 11, 12 and 13. 

  The shows are July 11, 12, 13-Friday and Saturday at 7:00pm  Sunday at 2:00pm
at the Phoenix Performing Arts Centre, 409 Main Street, Duryea
Tickets:  $10 general admission  Age 5 and under $5.00
Call for reservations 570-457-3589  Limited Seating

Director/Choreographer:  Lee LaChette  
Musical Director:  Brenda Nighbert
Asst. Director: Kelly Krieger
Asst. Choreographer:  Jade Casella
Student Staff:  Isabella Mehm, Mikala Dennis, Madelyn Resciniti

  You're a Good Man Charlie Brown tells the story of an average day in the life of the famous comic strip child hero, Charlie Brown. Most of the characters are 5-6 years old. The audience is introduced to the whole Peanuts gang: Patty, Shroeder, Lucy, Linus, Pig Pen, Marcie, Sally, Violet, Charlie Brown and Snoopy. All of the characters share their observations, largely negative, of Charlie Brown. As the play progresses, the relationships of the Peanuts characters to one another are further expanded. Lucy is infatuated with Schroeder and takes great pleasure in tormenting Charlie Brown. Linus loves his blanket. Snoopy lives in his rich imagination. Charlie Brown is in love with a mysterious little, redheaded girl. The show ends with each character listing things that for him or her equal happiness. Finally, Lucy ends up telling Charlie Brown what a good man he is leaving a smiling, happy Charlie Brown alone on stage.
  Fun for the whole family with lots of laughs and cheering for the underdog, Charlie Brown.

(Information from Lee LaChette)

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