Events under 'Performing Arts Center'
Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Event Name

Date

Big Bear High School Performing Arts Dept presents Into the Woods

Into the Woods

The talented students of The Big Bear High School Performing Arts Department presents Into the Woods. James Lapine and Stephen Sondheim take everyone's favorite storybook characters and bring them together for a timeless, yet relevant, piece... and a rare modern classic. The Tony Award-winning book and score are both enchanting and touching. The story follows a Baker and his wife, who wish to have a child; Cinderella, who wishes to attend the King's Festival; and Jack, who wishes his cow would give milk. When the Baker and his wife learn that they cannot have a child because of a Witch's curse, the two set off on a journey to break the curse. Everyone's wish is granted, but the consequences of their actions return to haunt them later with disastrous results.

One of Sondheim's most popular works, Into the Woods is a musically sophisticated show with the opportunity to feature actors adept at dark comedy.  Designers will especially enjoy highlighting the fantastatical elements of this magical world.

The stage version of Into the Woods is a mashup of several fairy tales and intertwines the dilemma of each story to highlight universal truths of right and wrong, family and trust, good and evil.  The musical play stays true to the original Brothers Grimm story lines which are often darker than the happier versions we are more familiar with.  The plot involves the death of some characters, the consequences of poor decisions, and the sad side of life.  Some scenes in the original production depicted gruesome details.  In our version, those scenes have been staged in such a way that they are suitable for patrons of any age.

Don't miss this opportunity to be entertained by these talented students! You will not be disappointed!

Ticket Prices:

Adult $15.00*

Student 21 & Under $10.00*

Senior 60 & Over $10.00*

Purchase tickets online by clicking below:

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*Please note, a $1.00 ticket fee will be assessed if tickets are purchased at the box office. Tickets purchased online will be assessed a $.65 per ticket fee and a $.75 transaction fee.

Friday, April 28, 2017 7:00 pm
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Big Bear High School Performing Arts Dept presents Into the Woods

Into the Woods

The talented students of The Big Bear High School Performing Arts Department presents Into the Woods. James Lapine and Stephen Sondheim take everyone's favorite storybook characters and bring them together for a timeless, yet relevant, piece... and a rare modern classic. The Tony Award-winning book and score are both enchanting and touching. The story follows a Baker and his wife, who wish to have a child; Cinderella, who wishes to attend the King's Festival; and Jack, who wishes his cow would give milk. When the Baker and his wife learn that they cannot have a child because of a Witch's curse, the two set off on a journey to break the curse. Everyone's wish is granted, but the consequences of their actions return to haunt them later with disastrous results.

One of Sondheim's most popular works, Into the Woods is a musically sophisticated show with the opportunity to feature actors adept at dark comedy.  Designers will especially enjoy highlighting the fantastatical elements of this magical world.

The stage version of Into the Woods is a mashup of several fairy tales and intertwines the dilemma of each story to highlight universal truths of right and wrong, family and trust, good and evil.  The musical play stays true to the original Brothers Grimm story lines which are often darker than the happier versions we are more familiar with.  The plot involves the death of some characters, the consequences of poor decisions, and the sad side of life.  Some scenes in the original production depicted gruesome details.  In our version, those scenes have been staged in such a way that they are suitable for patrons of any age.

Don't miss this opportunity to be entertained by these talented students! You will not be disappointed!

Ticket Prices:

Adult $15.00*

Student 21 & Under $10.00*

Senior 60 & Over $10.00*

Purchase tickets online by clicking below:

PAC BuyTickets

*Please note, a $1.00 ticket fee will be assessed if tickets are purchased at the box office. Tickets purchased online will be assessed a $.65 per ticket fee and a $.75 transaction fee.

Saturday, April 29, 2017 7:00 pm
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Kiwanis Hope of America Awards

Kiwanis

Hope of America Awards

presented by the
Kiwanis Club of Big Bear Valley

The Hope of America award recognizes and encourages students who have demonstrated academic accomplishments, leadership and good character.

These students should be potential leaders who have sustained the democratic way of life and exhibited outstanding citizenship traits.

Criteria for selection includes:  

  • Capacity for leadership (self-discipline)
  • Ethical and moral character
  • Academic competency (general studies)

Selection will not only be made on the basis of high I.Q. or academic achievement, but also on demonstrated leadership and character combined with consistent devotion to the acquisition of learning skills.

The goal is to challenge youths to excel in school and to dedicate themselves to strengthening their character and leadership skills.

This event is free to the public!

Monday, May 01, 2017 6:00 pm
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Spring Showcase presented by the Arts Council of Big Bear Valley and the Moonridge School of Dance

Spring Showcase 2017

presented by

 Arts Council of BIg Bear Valley and       Moonridge School of Dance Logo

 

Spring showcase featuring ballet, tap, and jazz numbers performed by the extremely talented students of the Moonridge School of Dance!

Ticket Prices:

General Admission  $15.00*

Purchase tickets online by clicking below:

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*Please note, a $1.00 ticket fee will be assessed if tickets are purchased at the box office. Tickets purchased online will be assessed a $.65 per ticket fee and a $.75 transaction fee.

Saturday, May 06, 2017 7:00 pm
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Spring Showcase presented by the Arts Council of Big Bear Valley and the Moonridge School of Dance

Spring Showcase 2017

presented by

 Arts Council of BIg Bear Valley and       Moonridge School of Dance Logo

Spring showcase featuring ballet, tap, and jazz numbers performed by the extremely talented students of the Moonridge School of Dance!

Ticket Prices:

General Admission  $15.00*

Purchase tickets online by clicking below:

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*Please note, a $1.00 ticket fee will be assessed if tickets are purchased at the box office. Tickets purchased online will be assessed a $.65 per ticket fee and a $.75 transaction fee.

Sunday, May 07, 2017 2:30 pm
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Bach to Rock presented by the BVUSD Strings and the Lighthouse Youth Orchestra

Bach to Rock

Bach to Rock 2017

presented by the Bear Valley Unified Strings

and the Lighthouse Youth Orchestra

 

Strings musicians of all ages will entertain with an eclectic mix of music from Bach to Rock!

Ticket Prices:

Adult $12.00*

Student 17 & Under $7.00*

Senior $10.00*

Purchase tickets online by clicking below:

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*Please note, a $1.00 ticket fee will be assessed if tickets are purchased at the box office. Tickets purchased online will be assessed a $.65 per ticket fee and a $.75 transaction fee.

 

Wednesday, May 24, 2017 6:00 pm
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Summer Voice Recital presented by the Arts Council of Big Bear Valley and the Voice Studio of Diane Sloan Kubeja

Arts Council of BIg Bear Valley

and the Voice Studio of Diane Sloan Kubeja present

The Summer Voice Recital

Enjoy this vocal music variety show featuring duets, trios, quartets, and ensemble selections ranging from pop to classical and Broadway to country. These talented performers range in age from 7 - 70 and are voice students of Diane Sloan Kubeja.

Ticket Prices:

Adult $14.00*

Student 21 & Under $9.00*

Senior 60 & Over $12.00*

Purchase tickets online by clicking below:

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*Please note, a $1.00 ticket fee will be assessed if tickets are purchased at the box office. Tickets purchased online will be assessed a $.65 per ticket fee and a $.75 transaction fee.

Saturday, June 03, 2017 7:30 pm
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You're a Good Man Charlie Brown presented by the Big Bear Valley Community Arts Theater Society

CATS Charlie Brown

presented by

CATS Logo

CATS, The Community Arts Theater Society will present the delightful Broadway musical "You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown". This version of "You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown" won 2 Tony Awards and a Drama Desk Award for the 1998-1999 season. It features all of the classic musical numbers including "My New Philosophy" (which made Kristin Chenowith a star) and also wonderful Charlie Brown songs from "Beethoven Day" to "The Book Report" and "Happiness". Featuring favorite Charles M. Schulz characters from the famous Peanuts cartoon strips, CATS will present the musical with older teen & adult performers as was originally written.

The musical depicts an average day in the life of Charlie Brown, made up of memorable cartoon moments ranging from Charlie Brown’s wild optimism to utter despair. From the frustration of the baseball game, to the insecurity of Valentine’s day, to problems writing a book report, it is all depicted on stage by his human and non-human friends. The classic score opens with Charlie Brown’s uncertain but optimistic morning "You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown", and happily ending in a hopeful starlit evening "Happiness". Show stoppers include Snoopy singing "Suppertime" and Lucy’s songs "Schroeder" & "The Doctor Is In". The whole Peanuts Gang is also featured in "The Book Report", "The Baseball Game" and "Beethoven Day".

Karen Sargent Rachels will Produce/ Direct and Choreograph with Karen Bergmann as Associate Producer, Priscilla Anderson as Costume Designer and Sets are by Joanne McMaster. Bob Perry is Chief of Set Construction, Randy Worden & Dan Vanoost are Lighting Designers. Liz Moran is Assistant to the Director, Adam McDonald is Production Coordinator, Jennifer Brasher is Audio Production Assistant and Melinda Garcia is Assistant to the Producer. Sharon Johnson & Kathy McNamara are Costume Assistants, Pam Vincelli is Chair of Opportunity Drawings, Diana Wondergem is Chair of Concessions and Jim Lyon is Chair of Ushers.

For more information go to CATS Website.

*Ticket Prices:

2017 Charlie BrownPrices

Purchase tickets online by clicking below:

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*Please note, a $1.00 ticket fee will be assessed if tickets are purchased at the box office. Tickets purchased online will be assessed a $.65 per ticket fee and a $.75 transaction fee.

Friday, June 30, 2017 7:30 pm
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You're a Good Man Charlie Brown presented by the Big Bear Valley Community Arts Theater Society

CATS Charlie Brown

presented by

CATS Logo

CATS, The Community Arts Theater Society will present the delightful Broadway musical "You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown". This version of "You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown" won 2 Tony Awards and a Drama Desk Award for the 1998-1999 season. It features all of the classic musical numbers including "My New Philosophy" (which made Kristin Chenowith a star) and also wonderful Charlie Brown songs from "Beethoven Day" to "The Book Report" and "Happiness". Featuring favorite Charles M. Schulz characters from the famous Peanuts cartoon strips, CATS will present the musical with older teen & adult performers as was originally written.

The musical depicts an average day in the life of Charlie Brown, made up of memorable cartoon moments ranging from Charlie Brown’s wild optimism to utter despair. From the frustration of the baseball game, to the insecurity of Valentine’s day, to problems writing a book report, it is all depicted on stage by his human and non-human friends. The classic score opens with Charlie Brown’s uncertain but optimistic morning "You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown", and happily ending in a hopeful starlit evening "Happiness". Show stoppers include Snoopy singing "Suppertime" and Lucy’s songs "Schroeder" & "The Doctor Is In". The whole Peanuts Gang is also featured in "The Book Report", "The Baseball Game" and "Beethoven Day".

Karen Sargent Rachels will Produce/ Direct and Choreograph with Karen Bergmann as Associate Producer, Priscilla Anderson as Costume Designer and Sets are by Joanne McMaster. Bob Perry is Chief of Set Construction, Randy Worden & Dan Vanoost are Lighting Designers. Liz Moran is Assistant to the Director, Adam McDonald is Production Coordinator, Jennifer Brasher is Audio Production Assistant and Melinda Garcia is Assistant to the Producer. Sharon Johnson & Kathy McNamara are Costume Assistants, Pam Vincelli is Chair of Opportunity Drawings, Diana Wondergem is Chair of Concessions and Jim Lyon is Chair of Ushers.

For more information go to CATS Website.

*Ticket Prices:

2017 Charlie BrownPrices

Purchase tickets online by clicking below:

PAC BuyTickets

*Please note, a $1.00 ticket fee will be assessed if tickets are purchased at the box office. Tickets purchased online will be assessed a $.65 per ticket fee and a $.75 transaction fee.

Saturday, July 01, 2017 7:30 pm
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You're a Good Man Charlie Brown presented by the Big Bear Valley Community Arts Theater Society

CATS Charlie Brown

presented by

CATS Logo

CATS, The Community Arts Theater Society will present the delightful Broadway musical "You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown". This version of "You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown" won 2 Tony Awards and a Drama Desk Award for the 1998-1999 season. It features all of the classic musical numbers including "My New Philosophy" (which made Kristin Chenowith a star) and also wonderful Charlie Brown songs from "Beethoven Day" to "The Book Report" and "Happiness". Featuring favorite Charles M. Schulz characters from the famous Peanuts cartoon strips, CATS will present the musical with older teen & adult performers as was originally written.

The musical depicts an average day in the life of Charlie Brown, made up of memorable cartoon moments ranging from Charlie Brown’s wild optimism to utter despair. From the frustration of the baseball game, to the insecurity of Valentine’s day, to problems writing a book report, it is all depicted on stage by his human and non-human friends. The classic score opens with Charlie Brown’s uncertain but optimistic morning "You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown", and happily ending in a hopeful starlit evening "Happiness". Show stoppers include Snoopy singing "Suppertime" and Lucy’s songs "Schroeder" & "The Doctor Is In". The whole Peanuts Gang is also featured in "The Book Report", "The Baseball Game" and "Beethoven Day".

Karen Sargent Rachels will Produce/ Direct and Choreograph with Karen Bergmann as Associate Producer, Priscilla Anderson as Costume Designer and Sets are by Joanne McMaster. Bob Perry is Chief of Set Construction, Randy Worden & Dan Vanoost are Lighting Designers. Liz Moran is Assistant to the Director, Adam McDonald is Production Coordinator, Jennifer Brasher is Audio Production Assistant and Melinda Garcia is Assistant to the Producer. Sharon Johnson & Kathy McNamara are Costume Assistants, Pam Vincelli is Chair of Opportunity Drawings, Diana Wondergem is Chair of Concessions and Jim Lyon is Chair of Ushers.

For more information go to CATS Website.

*Ticket Prices:

2017 Charlie BrownPrices

Purchase tickets online by clicking below:

PAC BuyTickets

*Please note, a $1.00 ticket fee will be assessed if tickets are purchased at the box office. Tickets purchased online will be assessed a $.65 per ticket fee and a $.75 transaction fee.

Sunday, July 02, 2017 1:30 pm
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You're a Good Man Charlie Brown presented by the Big Bear Valley Community Arts Theater Society

CATS Charlie Brown

presented by

CATS Logo

CATS, The Community Arts Theater Society will present the delightful Broadway musical "You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown". This version of "You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown" won 2 Tony Awards and a Drama Desk Award for the 1998-1999 season. It features all of the classic musical numbers including "My New Philosophy" (which made Kristin Chenowith a star) and also wonderful Charlie Brown songs from "Beethoven Day" to "The Book Report" and "Happiness". Featuring favorite Charles M. Schulz characters from the famous Peanuts cartoon strips, CATS will present the musical with older teen & adult performers as was originally written.

The musical depicts an average day in the life of Charlie Brown, made up of memorable cartoon moments ranging from Charlie Brown’s wild optimism to utter despair. From the frustration of the baseball game, to the insecurity of Valentine’s day, to problems writing a book report, it is all depicted on stage by his human and non-human friends. The classic score opens with Charlie Brown’s uncertain but optimistic morning "You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown", and happily ending in a hopeful starlit evening "Happiness". Show stoppers include Snoopy singing "Suppertime" and Lucy’s songs "Schroeder" & "The Doctor Is In". The whole Peanuts Gang is also featured in "The Book Report", "The Baseball Game" and "Beethoven Day".

Karen Sargent Rachels will Produce/ Direct and Choreograph with Karen Bergmann as Associate Producer, Priscilla Anderson as Costume Designer and Sets are by Joanne McMaster. Bob Perry is Chief of Set Construction, Randy Worden & Dan Vanoost are Lighting Designers. Liz Moran is Assistant to the Director, Adam McDonald is Production Coordinator, Jennifer Brasher is Audio Production Assistant and Melinda Garcia is Assistant to the Producer. Sharon Johnson & Kathy McNamara are Costume Assistants, Pam Vincelli is Chair of Opportunity Drawings, Diana Wondergem is Chair of Concessions and Jim Lyon is Chair of Ushers.

For more information go to CATS Website.

*Ticket Prices:

2017 Charlie BrownPrices

Purchase tickets online by clicking below:

PAC BuyTickets

*Please note, a $1.00 ticket fee will be assessed if tickets are purchased at the box office. Tickets purchased online will be assessed a $.65 per ticket fee and a $.75 transaction fee.

Monday, July 03, 2017 7:30 pm
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You're a Good Man Charlie Brown presented by the Big Bear Valley Community Arts Theater Society

CATS Charlie Brown

presented by

CATS Logo

CATS, The Community Arts Theater Society will present the delightful Broadway musical "You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown". This version of "You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown" won 2 Tony Awards and a Drama Desk Award for the 1998-1999 season. It features all of the classic musical numbers including "My New Philosophy" (which made Kristin Chenowith a star) and also wonderful Charlie Brown songs from "Beethoven Day" to "The Book Report" and "Happiness". Featuring favorite Charles M. Schulz characters from the famous Peanuts cartoon strips, CATS will present the musical with older teen & adult performers as was originally written.

The musical depicts an average day in the life of Charlie Brown, made up of memorable cartoon moments ranging from Charlie Brown’s wild optimism to utter despair. From the frustration of the baseball game, to the insecurity of Valentine’s day, to problems writing a book report, it is all depicted on stage by his human and non-human friends. The classic score opens with Charlie Brown’s uncertain but optimistic morning "You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown", and happily ending in a hopeful starlit evening "Happiness". Show stoppers include Snoopy singing "Suppertime" and Lucy’s songs "Schroeder" & "The Doctor Is In". The whole Peanuts Gang is also featured in "The Book Report", "The Baseball Game" and "Beethoven Day".

Karen Sargent Rachels will Produce/ Direct and Choreograph with Karen Bergmann as Associate Producer, Priscilla Anderson as Costume Designer and Sets are by Joanne McMaster. Bob Perry is Chief of Set Construction, Randy Worden & Dan Vanoost are Lighting Designers. Liz Moran is Assistant to the Director, Adam McDonald is Production Coordinator, Jennifer Brasher is Audio Production Assistant and Melinda Garcia is Assistant to the Producer. Sharon Johnson & Kathy McNamara are Costume Assistants, Pam Vincelli is Chair of Opportunity Drawings, Diana Wondergem is Chair of Concessions and Jim Lyon is Chair of Ushers.

For more information go to CATS Website.

*Ticket Prices:

2017 Charlie BrownPrices

Purchase tickets online by clicking below:

PAC BuyTickets

*Please note, a $1.00 ticket fee will be assessed if tickets are purchased at the box office. Tickets purchased online will be assessed a $.65 per ticket fee and a $.75 transaction fee.

Wednesday, July 05, 2017 7:30 pm
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You're a Good Man Charlie Brown presented by the Big Bear Valley Community Arts Theater Society

CATS Charlie Brown

presented by

CATS Logo

CATS, The Community Arts Theater Society will present the delightful Broadway musical "You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown". This version of "You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown" won 2 Tony Awards and a Drama Desk Award for the 1998-1999 season. It features all of the classic musical numbers including "My New Philosophy" (which made Kristin Chenowith a star) and also wonderful Charlie Brown songs from "Beethoven Day" to "The Book Report" and "Happiness". Featuring favorite Charles M. Schulz characters from the famous Peanuts cartoon strips, CATS will present the musical with older teen & adult performers as was originally written.

The musical depicts an average day in the life of Charlie Brown, made up of memorable cartoon moments ranging from Charlie Brown’s wild optimism to utter despair. From the frustration of the baseball game, to the insecurity of Valentine’s day, to problems writing a book report, it is all depicted on stage by his human and non-human friends. The classic score opens with Charlie Brown’s uncertain but optimistic morning "You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown", and happily ending in a hopeful starlit evening "Happiness". Show stoppers include Snoopy singing "Suppertime" and Lucy’s songs "Schroeder" & "The Doctor Is In". The whole Peanuts Gang is also featured in "The Book Report", "The Baseball Game" and "Beethoven Day".

Karen Sargent Rachels will Produce/ Direct and Choreograph with Karen Bergmann as Associate Producer, Priscilla Anderson as Costume Designer and Sets are by Joanne McMaster. Bob Perry is Chief of Set Construction, Randy Worden & Dan Vanoost are Lighting Designers. Liz Moran is Assistant to the Director, Adam McDonald is Production Coordinator, Jennifer Brasher is Audio Production Assistant and Melinda Garcia is Assistant to the Producer. Sharon Johnson & Kathy McNamara are Costume Assistants, Pam Vincelli is Chair of Opportunity Drawings, Diana Wondergem is Chair of Concessions and Jim Lyon is Chair of Ushers.

For more information go to CATS Website.

*Ticket Prices:

2017 Charlie BrownPrices

Purchase tickets online by clicking below:

PAC BuyTickets

*Please note, a $1.00 ticket fee will be assessed if tickets are purchased at the box office. Tickets purchased online will be assessed a $.65 per ticket fee and a $.75 transaction fee.

Friday, July 07, 2017 7:30 pm
This event does not repeat

You're a Good Man Charlie Brown presented by the Big Bear Valley Community Arts Theater Society

CATS Charlie Brown

presented by

CATS Logo

CATS, The Community Arts Theater Society will present the delightful Broadway musical "You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown". This version of "You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown" won 2 Tony Awards and a Drama Desk Award for the 1998-1999 season. It features all of the classic musical numbers including "My New Philosophy" (which made Kristin Chenowith a star) and also wonderful Charlie Brown songs from "Beethoven Day" to "The Book Report" and "Happiness". Featuring favorite Charles M. Schulz characters from the famous Peanuts cartoon strips, CATS will present the musical with older teen & adult performers as was originally written.

The musical depicts an average day in the life of Charlie Brown, made up of memorable cartoon moments ranging from Charlie Brown’s wild optimism to utter despair. From the frustration of the baseball game, to the insecurity of Valentine’s day, to problems writing a book report, it is all depicted on stage by his human and non-human friends. The classic score opens with Charlie Brown’s uncertain but optimistic morning "You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown", and happily ending in a hopeful starlit evening "Happiness". Show stoppers include Snoopy singing "Suppertime" and Lucy’s songs "Schroeder" & "The Doctor Is In". The whole Peanuts Gang is also featured in "The Book Report", "The Baseball Game" and "Beethoven Day".

Karen Sargent Rachels will Produce/ Direct and Choreograph with Karen Bergmann as Associate Producer, Priscilla Anderson as Costume Designer and Sets are by Joanne McMaster. Bob Perry is Chief of Set Construction, Randy Worden & Dan Vanoost are Lighting Designers. Liz Moran is Assistant to the Director, Adam McDonald is Production Coordinator, Jennifer Brasher is Audio Production Assistant and Melinda Garcia is Assistant to the Producer. Sharon Johnson & Kathy McNamara are Costume Assistants, Pam Vincelli is Chair of Opportunity Drawings, Diana Wondergem is Chair of Concessions and Jim Lyon is Chair of Ushers.

For more information go to CATS Website.

*Ticket Prices:

2017 Charlie BrownPrices

Purchase tickets online by clicking below:

PAC BuyTickets

*Please note, a $1.00 ticket fee will be assessed if tickets are purchased at the box office. Tickets purchased online will be assessed a $.65 per ticket fee and a $.75 transaction fee.

Saturday, July 08, 2017 7:30 pm
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You're a Good Man Charlie Brown presented by the Big Bear Valley Community Arts Theater Society

CATS Charlie Brown

presented by

CATS Logo

CATS, The Community Arts Theater Society will present the delightful Broadway musical "You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown". This version of "You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown" won 2 Tony Awards and a Drama Desk Award for the 1998-1999 season. It features all of the classic musical numbers including "My New Philosophy" (which made Kristin Chenowith a star) and also wonderful Charlie Brown songs from "Beethoven Day" to "The Book Report" and "Happiness". Featuring favorite Charles M. Schulz characters from the famous Peanuts cartoon strips, CATS will present the musical with older teen & adult performers as was originally written.

The musical depicts an average day in the life of Charlie Brown, made up of memorable cartoon moments ranging from Charlie Brown’s wild optimism to utter despair. From the frustration of the baseball game, to the insecurity of Valentine’s day, to problems writing a book report, it is all depicted on stage by his human and non-human friends. The classic score opens with Charlie Brown’s uncertain but optimistic morning "You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown", and happily ending in a hopeful starlit evening "Happiness". Show stoppers include Snoopy singing "Suppertime" and Lucy’s songs "Schroeder" & "The Doctor Is In". The whole Peanuts Gang is also featured in "The Book Report", "The Baseball Game" and "Beethoven Day".

Karen Sargent Rachels will Produce/ Direct and Choreograph with Karen Bergmann as Associate Producer, Priscilla Anderson as Costume Designer and Sets are by Joanne McMaster. Bob Perry is Chief of Set Construction, Randy Worden & Dan Vanoost are Lighting Designers. Liz Moran is Assistant to the Director, Adam McDonald is Production Coordinator, Jennifer Brasher is Audio Production Assistant and Melinda Garcia is Assistant to the Producer. Sharon Johnson & Kathy McNamara are Costume Assistants, Pam Vincelli is Chair of Opportunity Drawings, Diana Wondergem is Chair of Concessions and Jim Lyon is Chair of Ushers.

For more information go to CATS Website.

*Ticket Prices:

2017 Charlie BrownPrices

Purchase tickets online by clicking below:

PAC BuyTickets

*Please note, a $1.00 ticket fee will be assessed if tickets are purchased at the box office. Tickets purchased online will be assessed a $.65 per ticket fee and a $.75 transaction fee.

Sunday, July 09, 2017 1:30 pm
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