"Charlie Brown" Continues Friday
A cast and crew composed predominately of Williams Baptist College seniors will be featured when the musical "You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown" is staged Thursday and Friday, April 19th and 20th, at the school.
|Williams seniors from "You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown." Front row (left to right): Daniel Ring, Samantha Linderman and Cody Robinson. Back row: Katie Williams, Katie Harter, Will Ward and Casey Turner.
Among the seniors involved in the production is Will Ward of Clinton, who has the lead role of Charlie Brown. Ward was in The Cast (WBC's drama ministry team) for three years, acted in "The Story Store," and appeared in the Williams Theatre productions of "The Birds," "The Good Doctor" and "These Shining Lives."
Katie Williams of Imboden, who plays Patty in "Charlie Brown," has been an active part of The Cast for four years, "The Story Store" for four years, and the WBC productions of "The Fantasticks," "These Shining Lives," "Pygmalion," "A Servant to Two Masters" and "The Birds." She was also the sound technician for "The Secret Garden."
Cody Robinson of Marion, who plays Linus, has been a part of The Cast for three years, took part in "The Story Store," and appeared in "A Servant to Two Masters," "Pygmalion," and "These Shining Lives." He was the stage manager for "The Secret Garden."
Casey Turner of Tuckerman, who plays Lucy, has participated in The Cast for one year, "The Story Store" for two years, and was in "The Birds."
Daniel Ring of Cabot will play Schroeder. He has been in The Cast for three years and will be making his first Williams Theatre appearance in "Charlie Brown."
Katie Harter of Paragould is serving as stage manager for the play. She has been a part of The Cast for four years, "The Story Store" for 4 years, and has appeared in "These Shining Lives" and "The Birds."
Samantha Linderman of Mammoth Spring will be the musical director for "Charlie Brown." She appeared in "The Fantasticks," and was a part of Story Store for one year.
The play begins at 7:30 p.m. on April 19th and 20th, and it will be held in WBC's Old Chapel. Cost is $5 for general admission and $1 for students and seniors.
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