From left: Ken James Stewart, Erica Peck, Andrew Broderick, Amy Wallis, Kevin Yee
Andrew Eccles photo
Life as a Work in Progress
Director’s notes by Donna Feore

Working on You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown has been a gift. It has allowed me the opportunity to truly appreciate the genius of Charles M. Schulz.


A year ago, when Des McAnuff asked me to direct and choreograph Charlie Brown, I was instantly delighted. I knew the show and knew it offered a terrific challenge. Made up of a series of vignettes, with a text drawn from the original strips, it has enormous scope for invention. What floored me, looking at it again, was how immediately it brought me right back to the warm, familiar world of Peanuts. More ...

A Market for Innocence
Program notes by James Magruder

At the time of his death on February 12, 2000, Charles Schulz, the creator of Peanuts, had hand-drawn, lettered and inked 17,897 comic strips entirely by himself. Day after day, week after week, for nearly fifty years, he had gone into his studio to distil life in four panels with a gag - six on Sundays, in colour.

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