Fraser Valley Stage presents Charlie Brown

The award-winning Broadway musical “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown,” starting Nov. 14

Rehearsing for Fraser Valley Stage’s production of You’re a Good Man

Fraser Valley Stage presents the award-winning Broadway musical “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown,” starting Nov. 14.

The family-friendly show runs Nov. 14-16 and Nov. 20-23 at the Community Arts Addition (2329 Crescent Way).

All performances are at 7:30 p.m., and tickets are $18.

The cast of characters includes the lovable children from the Peanuts comic strip by Charles M. Shulz, including Charlie Brown, Snoopy, Linus, Schroeder, Sally and Lucy.

The events of an average day in their lives are told through short scenes, song and dance, including many of the beloved “Peanuts moments.”

Snoopy is still fighting the Red Baron, and Lucy delights in bossing everyone around, especially her little brother Linus, who seeks solace with his blanket.

Sally, Charlie Brown’s little sister, struggles with bad grades and the jumping rope, while Schroeder is immersed in his music, most especially Beethoven.

Finally, there is Charlie Brown, who has never pitched a winning baseball game, never been able to master the art of flying a kite and never successfully punted a football – among other frustrations.

The cast includes Sharla Sauder as Lucy, Andy Rolleman as Snoopy, Josh Levesque as Linus, Paul Kobilke as Schroeder, Sarah Dussin as Sally and Marty Peters as Charlie Brown.

For ticket information, visit fraservalleystage.com or call 604-854-5463.

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