‘You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown’ (Lucy): “I intend to be a queen”

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'You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown' by Clark Gesner

From: Play

Type: Comedic

Character: Lucy, Linus's tough big sister who always tries to get her way.

Gender: Female

Age Range: Kids | Teens | Late Teens | 20's

Summary: Lucy daydreams of becoming a queen

More: Buy the Script of the Musical

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Lucy: Do you know what I intend? I intend to be a queen. When I grow up I’m going to be the biggest queen there ever was, and I’ll live in a big palace and when I go out in my coach, all the people will wave and I will shout at them, and… and… in the summertime I will go to my summer palace and I’ll wear my crown in swimming and everything, and all the people will cheer and I will shout at them… What do you mean I can’t be queen? Nobody should be kept from being a queen if she wants to be one. It’s usually just a matter of knowing the right people….well…. if I can’t be a queen, then I’ll be very rich then I will buy myself a queendom. Yes, I will buy myself a queendom and then I’ll kick out the old queen and take over the whole operation myself. I will be head queen.

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