The Skivvies will be backed by a band of special guests, including several of the cast members from “You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown.” Rob Morrison (Charlie Brown), Brett Ryback (Schroeder, music captain) and Stephanie Anne Johnson (Patty) will join Cearley and Molina on stage at the Fitton.
“We are consistent with our comedy, fun arrangements, and surprising musical selections. It’s just a great time,” said Molina.
Cearley said he and Molina met when they got their Actors’ Equity Cards together in 2003.
“We hit it off immediately, and became best friends, and we’re to the point now, where I feel like we’re brother and sister. It’s ironic, or coincidental, really, that we’re playing brother and sister in ‘You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown.’ It makes perfect sense,” he said.
Molina, who was born in Detroit, graduated from the University of Michigan in 2003, and moved to New York. Soon after, she and Cearley did a children’s theater tour together.
“It wasn’t until 2012 that we started The Skivvies together, and it took on a life of its own as far as our creativity and collaboration. … It’s taken us all over the country, which has been a wild, and such a rewarding experience,” Molina said.
HOW TO GO
What: The Skivvies
When: Monday, May 20, 7:30 p.m.
Where: Fitton Center for Creative Arts, 101 S. Monument Ave., Hamilton
Cost: $27 for Fitton Center members and $35 for non-members
More info: www.fittoncenter.org or call (513) 863-8873. Adult-only event.