Celebrity Bye-Bye to Broadway Shows By People Staff Published on February 22, 1999 12:00 AM Share Tweet Pin Email Four Broadway shows that came up mostly empty-handed at the 1999 Tony Awards will close this weekend, including “The Civil War,” an $8 million musical. Although “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown” won two Tonys — for performers Kristin Chenoweth and Roger Bart — it has been struggling to find an audience since it opened in February. The musical revue based on the Charles Schulz comic strip will close Sunday after 150 performances. Two also-rans for the best-play prize, “Not About Nightingales” by Tennessee Williams and “The Lonesome West” by Martin McDonagh, will fold, too. Two other shows will finish their runs at the end of the month. “The Sound of Music,” now starring Richard Chamberlain as Capt. Von Trapp, ends its more than year-long run June 27. (Chamberlain will take the show on the road in August, starting in Minneapolis.) Also closing down on June 27 is “Night Must Fall,” a revival of the 1930s thriller starring Matthew Broderick.