You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown (Revised) Creative
Assistant Stage Manager/Set DesignAlyssa Delgado
Alyssa Delgado is a senior at West Boylston High School who has attended the drama and PAW classes throughout her senior year. She helped direct a short film in her Drama class which made her interested in being a part of tech crew in PAW. She was also in another play in 7th grade, and 8th grade, helped out with the behind the scenes costume changes and painting scenery at Burncoat Middle School. She plans on continuing her passion for Film Studies throughout her college experience and would like to thank her teachers Mr. Wiley and Mrs. Huard for always pushing her out of her comfort zone and allowing her to express herself in her own way.
Stage ManagerAllison Johnson
Allison Johnson is a senior at West Boylston Middle high school. She has been in theater since she was in elementary school. She has served as Tech Director for 3 years. Allison has helped out anyone she could throughout high school. She would want to thank her family and friends for their support.
Props MistressKristina Quirk
Kristina Quirk is a senior who played Twit in Mmmbeth & Lady Montague in Drop Dead Juliet last year. Her past theatre experience includes roles in The Monologue Show from Hell and Bye Bye Birdie. In the future, Kristina plans to go into cosmetology. She wants to thank her friends who are the best people she knows and her parents who have always supported her and backed her up.
Technical DirectorThomas Scalera
Thomas is a junior at West Boylston. This is his first time in PAW, but he is no stranger with helping run tech. He has worked on tech side since freshman year, helped out in a total of 8 shows. He is also a member of the International Thespian Society.
Kyle is a senior and estimates this is his 100,001th show at West Boylston. Kyle is so glad to be a part of this show his final year. Kyle is planning to attend Bridgewater State University next year and study music education.
Set Designer/Set PainterAnais Vazquez
Anais is a 12th grader at West Boylston. Her theatre experience, other than PAW this year, includes a featured role in the 2020 Drama Workshop production of Check, Please and helping make props for Mmmbeth. She plans on going to school to pursue the arts. She would like to say thank you to all her PAW friends for always giving her something to smile about each day. She hope every single one of you succeeds in life and get where you dream to be.
Debbie is the Drama Director at WB and a native of Worcester. She studied musical theatre at Wagner College in New York, earning a BA in Theatre/Speech in 2000. She has performed and directed several local productions. Most recently, she was seen in Vanilla Box Production's Belles and Belles the reunion. She acted as Musical Director for Little Shop of Horrors and The Bradley Playhouse’s production of Spamalot, both in Connecticut. Debbie has worked with Vanilla Box Production’s Summer Theatre Camp for several years both the Rising Star and Downstage Director and directed the downstage production of Lion King, Jr. in 2018. She is currently working on her masters in theatre education with the University of Northern Colorado. She is truly honored to be working with this amazing cast and crew and for everyone's personal and professional support this semester.
Musical DirectorSamuel Asuque
Samuel Asuque graduated from Westfield State University in 2018 with a degree in music education. Currently he is pursuing his masters in conducting at Messiah College. Notable shows he has performed in are: Once on this Island, American Idiot, and Young Frankenstein. Shows that he has music directed are: Aladdin Jr, Mamma Mia!, and Evita. The process of putting on a show during the COVID-19 pandemic has been quite the challenge, but the students in PAW have found a way! It has been a joy seeing the amount of student dedication to a show this year. Enjoy the show!
ChoreographerJoel D. Seger
Mr. Joel (as his dance students call him) has a multi-faceted background which includes performing in musicals, plays, video, film, modeling and radio. He fondly remembers his first performance on stage…. as a singing and dancing marshmallow. It’s been uphill all the way! Proving the adage “you’re never too old to dance”, Joel started studying at 17 years old. He has never been the same! Since his humble beginnings, Joel has performed with and choreographed for many regional theatre companies. His favorite shows include “George M” (playing George), “Crazy for You” (playing Bobby) and “Jesus Christ Superstar” (direction). Another favorite was performing in a touring production of “The Nutcracker”. Over the years, Joel has worked or studied with many great teachers but his favorite tap teacher is still Christine! Joel feels fortunate to have worked with Christine C. Seger, his wife & partner in their dance studio for 22 years. They continue to work together at Vanilla Box Productions.
Original Creative Team
YOU'RE A GOOD MAN, CHARLIE BROWN is presented by arrangement with Concord Theatricals on behalf of Tams-Witmark
YOU’RE A GOOD MAN, CHARLIE BROWN
Based on The Comic Strip “Peanuts”
Charles M. Schulz
Book, Music and Lyrics
Additional Dialogue by Michael Mayer
Additional Music and Lyrics by Andrew Lippa
Original Direction for this version of
“You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown” by Michael Mayer
Originally Produced in New York by
Arthur Whitelaw and Gene Persson