I also thought it may make a nice post Spamalot thread in case any of the cast goes to other shows as some, like me, would like to know if they do.
So, as a first entry, here goes - with permission for it to travel to other boards, from OFC:
From Clayphan76 (OFC)
" Posting this in RED because Tom really wants us there:
Last night while talking to Tom at John's Pizza, we got to talking about the show he's in on December 15th: "You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown". While discussing it, he said the director and some of the cast members are worried that it doesn't have enough exposure and that nobody will show up. I let him know that it's definitely getting exposure by being spread around on all the Clay message boards. He was really happy to hear that and wants to say thank you to all the fans for doing that. He also wants to see a lot of us there, so I'm reposting the info. He's really excited about doing this.
Friends in Theater Company has announced the casting of YOU'RE A GOOD MAN CHARLIE BROWN, a one-night only benefit production for the Make-A-Wish Foundation to be presented Monday, December 15, 2008 at 8:00pm at the Gerald W. Lynch Theater at John Jay College 899 10th Ave. NY, NY.
This special all-star event features a cast of performers from the Broadway productions of AVENUE Q, Billy Elliot: THE MUSICAL, SPAMALOT, SPRING AWAKENING, XANADU and THE COLOR PURPLE.
Tickets are on sale for this very special one performance only event. 100% of the evening's proceeds will go to benefit the Make-A-Wish Foundation a non-profit charity that has given hope, strength and joy to children with life-threatening medical conditions since 1980. Tickets range from $35 to $100 and can be purchased through ticketcentral.com or calling 212-279-4200.
The cast includes: MATT CROWLE as Linus , Tom Deckman (pictured) as Snoopy, Carmen Ruby Floyd as Lucy, Morgan Karr as Charlie Brown, David Larsen as Schroeder, and Kenita R. Miller as Sally. Directed by David Lefkowich. Musical Director Jonathan Rose. Producers Philip Accorso, Frances Mercanti-Anthony and David Lefkowich.
The Friends in Theater Company is celebrating its 10th Anniversary season. In that time FITC has raised over $75,000 for charities such as the Make-A-Wish Foundation, The American Cancer Society, and The World Trade Center Fund. After production costs 100% of the company's proceeds are donated to charity. Friends in Theater Company's mission is to bring the joy of theater to new audiences while providing hope to those who need it most.