Here is the cast for "You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown".
Schroeder.......Stanley Wayne Mathis
Charlie Brown...Anthony Rapp
For Charlie Brown, Linus, and Schroeder- Doan Mackenzie
For Charlie Brown, Snoopy and Schroeder- Mark Price
For Lucy and Sally- Kristen Wyatt
Roger Bart(Snoopy) Broadway/1st national tour credits include: Triumph of Love (Harlequin), London's West End, U.S. Tour, German productions of The Who's Tommy (cousin Kevin), King David (Jonathan), How to Succeed in Buiness... (Bud Frump), The Secret Garden (Dickon) and Big Rover (Tom Sawyer). Off-Broadway, he appeared in Henry IV; Parts I and II, and Up Against It, both at Joseph Rapp's Public Theatre. Regionally, Roger played Whizzer at Hartford Stage's critically-acclaimed production of Falsettos. Roger was the singing voice for the title role of Walt Disney's animated feature, Hercules, performing the title song "Go the Distance", (by Alan Menken and David Zippel) which recieved an Oscar nomination last year. His other canine credits include the singing voice of Scamp in Disney's Lady and the Tramp Part II, to be released in 2000. Roger will also appear in Michal Mann's film, Man of the People, to be released next year.
Kristin Chenoweth(Sally) Most recently: A New Brain at Lincoln Center (Graciela Daniele, dir.) Broadway: created the role of Precious in Steel Pier (Theatre World/Award). Off-Broadway: Starred opposite Bill Irwin in Scapin at the Roundabout; Louisa in The Fantasicks; Ruby in Dames at Sea. Also seen as Anne in Strike Up the Band at City Center's Encores! Series. Kristin has performed leading roles at Goodspeed Opera House, Gurthie Theatre, Paper Mill Playhouse and North Shore Music Theatre and feels honored to have worked with the late Jerome Robbins as the guest soloist in his West Side Story Suite of Dancers at the New York City Ballet. TV: AMC's "Paramour" (series regular), "Lateline" (NBC) and Blind Men (Pilot-NBC). Metropolitan Opera Award Winner. Graduate from Oklahoma City University.
Ilana Levine(Lucy) Broadway credits include Alfred Uhry's Tony Award-winning play, The Last Night of Ballyhoo and Jake's Women, written by Neil Simon. Off-Broadway: Shmulnik's Waltz, Machinal, Forgetting Frankie, Soulful Scream of a Chosen Son, Hot Keys, The Agreement, Escape from Happiness (NYS&F), Hand to Hand (NYS&F), Summerwinds (NYS&F). At the Berkshire Theatre Festival: Morocco, The Wedding and Cloud Nine. Film: Cherry Pink (dir. Jason Alexander), Looking for an Echo (dir. Martin Davidson), Making Sandwiches (dir. Sandra Bullock), Roommates (dir. Peter Yates), Me and Veronica (dir. Don Scardino), Mailman (dir. Matthew Carnahan), Rug Raymond (dir. Pascal Franchot) and The Party Favor. Television: Robert Altman's "Tanner '88," "NYPD Blue," "Seinfeld" (The Contest), "Partners," "Lois and Clark." "Hope and Gloria," "Hudson Street," "Law and Order," "Second Chances," "thirtysomething," amd numerous pilots. Ms. Levine is a member of the critically acclaimed theatre company, Naked Angels.
Stanley Wayne Mathis(Schroeder) has been seen on Broadway as Banzai in The Lion King, Jack the Bear in George C. Wolfe's Jelly's Last Jam and in David Merrick's Oh, Kay! He starred opposite Vanessa L. Williams in St. Louis Woman at Encores at City Center and can be heard on the cast recording, soon to be released by Mercury Records. Off-Broadway: Antigone, UBU Repertory; Fantasma, Public Theatre. Regional: Abyssinia, Arena Stage, Washington, D.C.; Anything Goes, Theatrefest, Montclair, N.J.; Hot Mikado, Theater Under the Stars, Houston, TX.; Spunk and Day of Absence, Centerstage, Baltimore, MD; Emily Mann's Greensboro, McCarter Theater, N.J.; Randy Newman's Faust, Goodman Theatre. He just recently completed a documentary on Rodgers & Hart for Channel 13, WNET-TV.
Anthony Rapp(Charlie Brown) created the role of Mark Cohen in the Off-Broadway, Broadway, Chicago & ondon productions of Jonathan Larson's Rent. Other Broadway credits include Precious Sons (Outer Critics Circle Award, Drama Desk nomination) and John Guare's Six Degrees of Separation. Off-Broadway: Rent (Obie Award), Paul Scott Goodman's Bright Lights, Big City, Nicky Silver's Raised in Captivity, Edwin Sanchez's Trafficking in Broken Hearts, Dan Rybicky's Youth is Wasted, Jonathan Marc Sherman's Sphisrty and Larry Kramer's The Destiny or Me. Film and television credits include Adventures In Babysitting, School Ties, Dazed and Confused, Six Degrees of Separation, Twister, David Searching, Man of the Century, "The Lazarus Man," "The X-Files." He studies and teaches with Sande Shurin. Thanks, as always, to Josh, for giving me your heart. This performance is dedicated in loving memory to my mother.
B.D. Wong(Linus) is the only actor ever to have recieved all five major New York theater awards for a single role. He recieved the Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle, Theatre World, Clarence Derwent and the Tony Award for his performance in M. Butterfly, his Broadway debut. Most recently, has appeared in Drama Dept.'s As Thousands Cheer, and also starred in The Tempest(Roundabout) and in A Language of Their Own (NYSF). His recent films include Mulan (in which he performs the speaking voice of 'Shang') and the upcoming The Debtors. Other films include Seven Years in Tibet, Slappy and the Stinkers, Executive Decision, Father or the Bride (I and II), Jurassic Park and And the Band Played On. On television, he plays Father Ray on "Oz" (HBO), and has guest starred on "The X-Files," and "Sesame Street." He is a student of the voice Bill Schuman and a company member of Drama Dept. At fifteen, B.D. appeared in a production of this play at a local Y in his hometown, San Fransisco. Returning to the role of 'Linus' in this venue, he is reminded of the innocent joy which compelled him to become an actor, of the circular nature of an actor's path, and of the theater's ageless magic: "Happiness is never growing up."
Doan Mackenzie(Standby for Charlie Brown, Linus, Schroeder/Assistant Stage Manager) Broadway: The King and I (Lun Tha u.s.). Off-Broadway: Nunsense A-Men! (St.Mary Leo). Regional: Cabaret (The Emcee), M. Butterfly, Singin' in the Rain, The Music Man. B.F.A. Acting - Musical Theatre, Conservatory Webster University - St. Louis. For Steve, Ood, and Bob.
Mark Price(Standby for Charlie Brown, Snoopy, Schroeder/Dance Captain) Broadway: The Capeman, Chicago, 1st National tour of Chicago. Regional: Sweeney Todd, Lost in Yonkers, Unidentified Human Remains, Damn Yankees. TV: "Law and Order". BFA Graduate of Ithica College. Thanks to God and family for the gift and opportunity.
Kristen Wyatt(Standby for Sally, Lucy) is happy to be making her Broadway debut with Charlie Brown. Recently, she has been seeing in High Society at ACT and Disney's Hunchback of Notre Dame. Some favorite regional roles include Ado Annie in Oklahoma!, Emma in Song and Dance. Squeaky Fromme in Assassins and Eliza in My Fair Lady. She'd like thank her family and friends for theie love and support.
***cast pictures were taken from the The Official Site***