You're a Good Man Charlie Brown [2016 Off-Broadway Cast]

You're a Good Man Charlie Brown [2016 Off-Broadway Cast]

by Mark Verdino

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Product Details

Release Date: 11/18/2016
Label: Broadway Records
UPC: 0888295450829
catalogNumber: 508
Rank: 89179

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Mark Verdino   Primary Artist,Bass (Vocal)
Michael Mayer   Dialogue
Eric Svejcar   Piano
Charlie Brown   Vocals
Adam Wolfe   Drums
Aidan Gemme   Vocals
Milly Shapiro   Vocals
Mavis Simpson-Ernst   Vocals
Gregory Diaz   Vocals
Jeremy T. Villas   Vocals

Technical Credits

Vince Guaraldi   Composer
John Kilgore   Engineer
Andrew Lippa   Composer,Lyricist,Additional Music
Todd Whitelock   Engineer
Arthur Whitelaw   Producer
Clark Gesner   Composer,Lyricist,Text
Eric Svejcar   Music Direction
Charles M. Schulz   Composer
Robbie Rozelle   Liner Notes,Graphic Design
Michael Unger   Liner Notes,Direction
Nora Brennan   Casting
Jennifer Paulson Lee   Choreographer
David Margolin   Sound Design
Van Dean   Executive Producer
Andrew Farber   Legal Advisor
Brian Prather   Scenic Design
Michael J. Moritz   Producer
Alex Muscaro   Intern
Talia Hankin   Intern
Tori Hartshorn   Marketing Consultant
Tony Heyes   Executive Producer
T. J. Kearney   Production Stage Manager
Rachel Calter   Stage Manager
Mia Moravis   Executive Producer
Grier Coleman   Costume Design
Gene Persson   Producer

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You're a Good Man Charlie Brown [2016 Off-Broadway Cast] 2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
DialZForZero More than 1 year ago
This entire recording, while perfectly serviceable, is largely lacking in spirit, personality, character, and energy. These young performers are talented but the end product is empty and sounds like a first sing-thru at a fifth rehearsal of a high school production. Zero effort has been put into developing character, the seemingly simlistic nature of this show has been taken for granted and ultimately squandered. The young man playing Schoeder is MAYBE the only possible exclusion to this critique.