Peter Pan and Annabelle
Metropolitan Performing Arts (MPA) in collaboration with The Vancouver Community Library invites the SW Washington community to watch a free 30-minute play, Peter Pan and Annabelle. The show is at the Vancouver Community Library, located at 901 C St. on Friday, March 22nd at 5:00pm.
You may have heard of Peter Pan and Wendy, but what about Peter Pan and Annabelle? This is the story of a little girl who would rather grow up than stay a kid. Join all your favorite characters such as Peter Pan, Tinkerbell, the lost boys, Captain Hook and Smee as Annabelle visits never land in hopes of joining Hooks' pirate crew. Peter Pan and Annabelle is a one-act play written by William Johnson (MPA teacher) and features all local, beginning actors part of the MPA Broadway Jr Program. All performances are free and open to the public. Recommended for ages 3 and over.
Metropolitan Performing Arts (MPA) is a Vancouver based non-profit academy and community theater that offers professional, technique driven classes in acting, dance, music and tech. Their mission is to enrich the community by providing performance and educational opportunities in the live arts. For more information, visit www.MetropolitanPerformingArts.org
Phone: (360) 975-1585
Event url: www.MetropolitanPerformingArts.org
901 C Street
Vancouver, WA 98660
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