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Peter Pan takes flight on refurbished stage

By Lauren Sexton, Photo Editor

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For the past several months both North and Parcells Middle School students have worked on North’s recently refurbished and renamed Chris Fenton Performing Arts Center to bring J. M. Barrie’s beloved “Peter Pan” to life. The production ran from Wednesday, Nov. 9 to Sunday, Nov. 13. In director Sean Kifer’s adaptation, his production contained two casts, dividing the roles of The Storyteller, Wendy Darling and Peter Pan.

Peter Pan meets Wendy's daughter Jane.
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