Marathon High School’s Drama Club’s rendition of “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown” pleases the crowd with singing, dancing, and popular, well-known “Peanuts” characters including Snoopy. The student’s enthusiasm and hard work paid off for this play, especially since the small cast of six will be inducted into the International Thespian Society later this month. Lined up for May 1 and 2 will be “Seussical Junior” with a cast of 35. MHS alumnus Xavier McKnight was in town over the weekend for the first rehearsals to help out with the choreography.
The opening number of “Charlie Brown” brings in the singing and dancing by Hannah Gracy, Mackenzie Helms, Claire McCarthy, Ariana Patterson, and John Galjanic.
Videographers Abby and Annie Gracy were ready to catch all of the action when the show started.
Ginger Sayer, left, Maggie Sayer, Beverly Ferris, Mary Coleman, Cullen Coleman-Sayer, Caroline and Jody Freeman and Fisher Coleman-Sayer are ready for the Saturday matinee of Charlie Brown.
Zach Perry, the perfect “Charlie Brown.”
The cast and crew of “Charlie Brown” right before the show starts. John Galjanic, sitting left, Mackenzie Helms, and Hannah Gracy. Autumn Tipsword, standing left, Michael Macko, Eddie Hannah, Lesley Bollig, Ariana Patterson, Natalie Ehrig, Andie Devitt, Claire McCarthy, Zach Perry, Christopher Freeman and musical director Lyn Cox.
On stage, Claire McCarthy, Mackenzie Helms, Hannah Gracy, Zach Perry, John Galjanic, and Ariana Patterson shined.
“Charlie Brown” director Natalie Ehrig, left, with teacher sponsor Lyn Cox and stage manager and assistant director Autumn Tipsword.
Sally Brown and Lucy Van Pelt, also known as Ariana Patterson and Claire McCarthy give each other a good luck hug before the show starts.