The York Theatre Company revives the musical inspired by Charles M. Schulz's beloved Peanuts gang, starring a cast of talented kids who've all appeared on Broadway. More…
Spend a day with Charlie Brown and his pint-size philosopher friends, from bright, uncertain morning to starlit, hopeful evening, with lonely brown-bag lunches, kite flying failures, book reports, glee club rehearsals, and suppertime in between. For audiences of all ages.
See it if you've watched Charlie Brown/Peanuts before, you would enjoy a sweet and simple story
Don't see it if you don't know the characters very much, you enjoy more of a clearly ongoing story (like a movie) instead of snippets of scenes
See it if you are looking for a good laugh with friends and family. It is a wonderfully innocent and comic piece of theatre.
Don't see it if you are not into innocently sweet musicals and want to watch a more melodramatic theatre piece filled with tragedy.
See it if You're taking your kids and it's mainly for their entertainment.
Don't see it if You really enjoy the Peanuts world and Charlie Brown. I feel that it didn't live up to expectations.
See it if you enjoy the old Peanuts comics or have any knowledge of Charlie Brown. It helps to have a little background going into it.
Don't see it if you aren't into Peanuts/Charlie Brown or have never read the comics. It probably won't make a lot of sense to you.
See it if You have kids that like Charlie Brown or Snoopy or if you like them personally Snoopy was my favorite!
Don't see it if You don't like cute show that leave you laughing!
See it if you love the Peanuts comics, or you enjoy light, silly songs.
Don't see it if small children being played by adults annoys you, or the absence of a plot is uninteresting to you.
See it if You have always been a fan of the classics or if you want to be transported back to your childhood
Don't see it if You haven't been a fan of Charlie Brown
See it if You grew up reading Peanuts in the funny section of the newspaper. A great laugh for all ages!
Don't see it if You do not find humor in the Peanuts gang. If you have no sense of humor.
See it if you have a child in tow. This isn't for adults, but great for kids. The child actors give it their all. Josh Colley (CB) can really sing.
Don't see it if you want sophistication. This production is more juvenile, but also sweeter. Most of the staging works (the revolving piano gets tedious)
See it if You want to see the next generation of Broadway stars-these children are crazy talented! You want a happy, uplifting musical.
Don't see it if You dislike child performers. You don't like the Peanuts comic strips. You want a serious musical.
See it if You want to rekindle your inner child and see a live production of vignettes of the televised Charlie Brown shows. Very talented kids.
Don't see it if You would not like a show with a cast entirely made up of very talented kids, or if you do not like vignettes.
See it if a fan of Charles Schultz's comics, familiar songs like "Happiness Is", familiar characters like Snoopy, & jaunty, happy & melodies & lyrics
Don't see it if you're not a fan of children attempting to deal with adult problems like depression or simply children
See it if The kids were great. I smiled all the way through. I especially liked Snoopy and Linus. There were some excellent prouction numbers. There
Don't see it if parts that were a little like the old Laugh-In, very short skits and comments. They did not reinvent the wheel, but rather made it run bett