You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown

The Crew

         Jerry Schell
Jerry Schell /Director/Set Designer & Construction/Light Design --- Jerry is honored to be the first guest director for CSC. Other favorite directing credits include several Gilbert and Sullivan Operettas, "Do Black Patent Leather Shoes Really Reflect Up?", (a personal favorite), "Play On", "Sing On", "Arsenic and Old Lace", "Ten Little Indians", and several shows at the "Theatre in the Park" series, including "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum", "The Mikado", and the musical revue "Cole". You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown looks like it will go into Jerry's book as another favorite. Jerry would like to thank his wonderfully fun and talented cast, music director, and choreographers, for making this production such a pleasure to work on. He hopes you enjoy his version of "Charlie Brown" as much as he enjoyed working on it.
A 35-year veteran of the consumer electronics industry, recipient of CEDIA's Lifetime Achievement Award and named one of the Top 50 Most Influential People in the Home Networking / Home Control Industry. Bill has produced "Wacky World of Christopher Durang" , "Love Letters" and "Jake's Women", "The Altos", "Plaza Suite", "Sylvia" and Rumors.  He also creates most of the stage,  lighting and sound effects for Colorado Stage Company's productions.....except this one. He is one of the founding members of the Colorado Stage Company.
Asst. Director
Constance Cawlfield


      Twenty five years acting experience with some of our most prestigious celebrities in theatre, commercials and film, including the animated TV series "Super Friends" as the voice of Wonder Woman. Teacher of voice-over and on-camera commercials. Co-creator of a podium theatre in Los Angeles and a former theatrical and literary agent.  She is also one of the founding members of the Colorado Stage Company.
Stage Manager


& Props

This is Bonnie’s fifth production with CSC.  She has done costumes for Plaza Suite, Producers Fatal Hit, The Odd Couple and last season’s Sylvia.  Bonnie just did costumes for Littleton Annex for their current show, Fools.  She is currently appearing in “Joey and Maria’s” Italian Comedy Wedding at Dave and Busters.


The Cast
Part Played By
Charlie Brown     David Kincannon II David considers himself to be extremely fortunate to be working with this fabulous group of people.  He has been seen recently in Castle Rock Players' productions of Dracula (Dr. John Seward) and Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Napthali/Baker).  All his love and thanks goes out to his beautiful wife, Sarah, and two wonderful children, Davey and Rebekah.
Lucy    Amanda Goldrick
Amanda is excited to be making her debut with CSC.   She holds her BA in Musical-Theatre with a double emphasis on Voice and Acting from the University of Northern Colorado.  She has been performing professionally in the Denver Metro area for the past 6 years.  Favorite roles include Cassie in A Chorus Line, Smitty in Sing on!, Mary Magdalene in Jesus Christ Superstar, and Daughter in Quilters, she has also been seen regionally in children's theatre and teaching private classes in voice and acting.  Amanda would like to thank the cast and crew for a wonderful experience performing in one of her favorite shows, and thanks to Jerry for the opportunity.  Special thanks to her special faces in the crowd, thanks for always being there.
Snoopy       Charlie Schimdt Charlie has been performing in and around the Denver area for the post ten years.  Most recently he has helped open the new Pinnacle dinner theatre with their inaugural children's production of Winnie the Pooh.  Charlie has also appeared in various venues around the city and country such as:  Six Flays Elitch Gardens, The Denver Civic, The Children's Museum of Denver, Casa Bonita, and Universal Studios Orlando.  Favorite roles include: H2$ (Bud Frump), My Three Angels (Paul), Bye Bye Birdie (Conrad), and Charley's Aunt (Lord Fancourt).  Much love and thanks to Mom, Dad, Nikki, Christina, and my beautiful Karin.


     Erica Morrow

Erica Morrow is thrilled to be making her Colorado Stage Company debut with this production. She is a recent graduate of Loyola University Chicago, where she earned degrees in theatre and elementary education. One of the highlights of her time in Chicago was having the opportunity to teach musical theatre classes as part of an inner city youth program. She is currently having quite an incredible adventure teaching junior high language arts and drama at Front Range Christian School. Favorite past roles include Luisa (The Fantasticks), Alice (You Can’t Take it With You), Rosalia (West Side Story), Eleanor (State Fair), and Marian (The Music Man). She is so grateful to share this journey with her Abba, her new husband of 8 months, and both of her Midwestern families.



       Kevin Brown  
  Brett Christopherson
Bret is very excited to be working in such a great show.  This experience had been so wonderful and he would like to thank the cast and all of the people involved in the show.  Bret has been in theatre for a few years now, but attaining this role has been the greatest achievement so far in his career.  This will be Bret's first show out of high school and he is grateful that it was this one.  He hopes that this will be his springboard into the acting community.  Bret would like to thank his family, Jerry, Bill, Jamie, and the cast for their excitement and support.