BREVARD COUNTY, Fla. — Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex has recruited Snoopy and the Peanuts gang for a new educational experience.
What You Need To Know
- Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex is adding a new show in 2023
- "All Systems Are Go" will feature Snoopy and the Peanuts gang
- The characters will narrate the history of NASA, Artemis missions and future space plans
“All Systems Are Go,” an interactive stage show, is set to debut at the complex’s 300-seat Universe Theater in the spring of 2023.
Created by Montreal-based production company Monlove, the 20-minute show will feature Snoopy, Woodstock, Charlie Brown, Sally, Linus, Lucy and other characters as 4 to 5-foot tall articulated characters that will be operated by puppeteers. The characters will narrate the history of NASA, Artemis missions and future space plans.
“This joint effort between Monlove, Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex and Peanuts Worldwide is a fantastic avenue for fans to learn about Peanuts and NASA’s storied history as well as experience Charles Schulz’s iconic characters in a new and exciting way,” said Craig Herman, vice preside of global brand experiences and publishing for Peanuts Worldwide, in a statement.
For “All Systems Are Go,” Monlove is transforming the Universe Theater, adding Dolby Atmos sound, motorized crime and more than 20 integrated laser projectors.
The show will also feature an original orchestral score composed by Monlove’s Ella Louise Allaire and Martin Lord Ferguson that will be a mix of orchestral, contemporary and jazz styles.
“All Systems Are Go” will be included with admission and offered daily, according to Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex.