Performances of ‘Peter & Wendy’ are set for Saturday, Nov. 19 at 2 and 7pm at Troy High School.
Join Peter, Wendy, Captain Hook and many more this Saturday for a fanciful flight to Neverland and back when the Missoula Children’s Theatre and more than 50 local students present an original musical adaptation of ‘Peter & Wendy.’
The performances will be held on Saturday, Nov. 19 at 2pm and 7pm and will be presented in the Memorial Auditorium at the Troy Area High School. Tickets are $7 and available at the door.
The cast includes Holly Estrada as Peter, Kirk Estrada as Captain Hook, Jackson Simpson as the Shadow and Olivia Tate as Tinkerbell. Wendy will be played by MacKenzie Bellinger, Michael will be played by Logan Prouty, John will be played by Austin Maphis, Mr. and Mrs. Darling will be played by Kevin Wilcox and Kayleigh Maphis respectively, and Averleigh Levindoski will play Nana. Petey will be played by Bailey Johnson, Tiger Lilly will be played by Emma Colton, Liza will be played by Sierrina Rogers and the Crocodile will be played by Dustin Haggen.
The Lost Boys will be portrayed by Fabian Bruchard, Katie Lackey, Gabby Lathrop, Josh Zimmerman, Calena Heasley, Abby Bastion, Sarah Zimmerman, Sophia Rogers and Madelyn Seeley. The Neverlanders will be played by Mallory Hamilton, Caleb Fritsch, Madison Rogers, Jacob Gilpin, Sydney Wilcox and Tyeshia Bonner. The Neverland Creatures will be played by Maeze Brown, Hannah Zimmerman, Melanie Croft, Kaitlyn Smith, Lacey Humian and Emma Morgan. The Pirates will be played by Maxwell Mickley, Carly Weeks, Alexander Burgett, Amber White, Allison Woods, Wyatt Salazar, Alanna Estep, Benjamin Ozgood and Chloe Kumznalenorad. The Clouds will be played by Issac Gates, Reeves Ballinger, Alex Wilcott, Nolen Ozgood, Mailey Dietrik, Kendel Culkins, Ryan Woods, Bethany Kells, Michelle Proudy, Levi Fridge, Bryce Hasley, Kaylie Woods and Kellum King..
The Missoula Children’s Theatre Residency in Troy is sponsored by the Bradford County Regional Arts Council, the Troy Education Foundation and the Nickerson Family.
The Missoula Children’s Theatre (MCT), the nation’s largest touring children’s theatre, has been touring extensively for more than 40 years now from Montana to Japan, and will visit nearly 1,200 communities this year with up to 44 teams of Tour Actor/Directors. A tour team arrives in a given town with a set, lights, costumes, props and make-up, everything it takes to put on a play…except the cast. The team holds an open audition and casts 50-60 local students to perform in the production. The show is rehearsed throughout the week and two public performances are presented on Saturday. Creativity, social skills, goal achievement, communication skills and self-esteem are all characteristics that are attained through the participation in this unique, educational project. MCT’s mission is “the development of lifeskills in children through participation in the performing arts.”
The Missoula Children’s Theatre Residency in Troy is a program of the Bradford County Regional Arts Council. The BCRAC, established in 1976, is a nonprofit organization dedicated to building and supporting a thriving regional arts community by advocating for the Arts, cultivating quality arts programming and preserving Bradford County’s historic theaters as venues for performances, community events, and movies. For more information, visit BCRAC online at www.bcrac.org or www.facebook.com/BCRAC.