A few good "young" men and women performed a Broadway classic this weekend.
Members of the Young Actors Theatre performed the musical "You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown."
The play outlines wild optimism and utter despair in the life of Charlie Brown, the star of the Peanuts comic strip made famous by Charles Schultz more than 60 years ago
Robert Stuart, the director, says, "It's neat to visit something that is a family entertainment. I mean, all students love it. I mean, old, young, it’s a great show for the whole family to come out and see."
This is the second time the Young Actors Theatre has performed the musical. It also served as one of the inaugural plays when the theatre opened its doors 30 years ago.
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