RANDOLPH NJ--Randolph High School gladly presented their annual fall performance You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown this past weekend. The auditorium was filled with students, families and staff, all excited to view the much awaited play. 

“I loved how each scene of the play was a new story. The audience saw each character interact with one another and develop throughout the play and I thought all the lead actors were great,” commented RHS Senior Laura Lucivero.

The play was eye catching in how it was organized, therefore allowing the audience to feel as though they were watching Charlie Brown episodes at home.

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“It was an amazing experience with such amazing people and I enjoyed every rehearsal with them” expressed one of the leads of the play, Michael Papaiyanis ( Linus). 

The cast displayed their close relationships with one another, their friendship creating a lightened atmosphere to the show. Alongside the friendly nature the show produced, it also had its humor. 

“It was the funniest and the most attention grabbing show I’ve seen at Randolph yet,” noted RHS Senior Victoria Rama. Each scene emitted laughter and joy from the audience, the show truly captured everyone’s attention.

Stay tuned and mark your calendars for March 20-21 for the spring musical: Pippin.

Editor's Note :Javi Cortes and Makenna Goodwin are Randolph High students participating in a journalism program.