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The Randolph-Henry auditorium was packed on Saturday, March 14 for opening night of R-H’s presentation of the play titled Peter Pan and Wendy, based on the original version by J.M. Barrie.
A tale of “the little boy who wouldn’t grow up,” Peter Pan and Wendy featured the antics of a mischievous boy who could fly and lived in Neverland with his gang, the Lost Boys. The R-H Theatre Department executed an impressive portrayal of the characters in the story and catapulted spectators into a fantasy land through the use of fog machines, colored lights and stage props.
The show ran for two nights with a matinée on Sunday, allowing everyone the opportunity to experience this timeless classic. R-H Theatre students were not the only stars of Peter Pan and Wendy; numerous elementary-aged children were cast in the play in roles such as fairies and the Lost Boys.
The next production by R-H Theatre is How to Eat Like a Child, a musical comedy to be presented during the upcoming school year.