On their 60th Anniversary, the Charleston Light Opera Guild is staging Peter Pan, a musical play based on the classic story by James M. Barrie, has sent Mary Martin, Sandy Duncan and Cathy Rigby soaring over Broadway.
Last produced by the Guild in 1999, this anniversary production will be co-produced with the Clay Center on October 30, 31, November 6 and 7 at 7:30 p.m. with matinees on November 1 and 8 at 2:00 p.m.
The cast includes Beth Winkler Bowden as Peter Pan, Joe Romagnoli as Captain Hook and Mr. Darling, Liz Falstreau as Wendy Darling, Cody Burdette as John Darling, Seth Bunting as Michael Darling, Anne Marie Snyder as Tiger Lily, Tim Harper as Mr. Smee, Erin Kishpaugh as Mrs. Darling, Sarah Williams as Liza, Lily Odekirk as Jane and a Lost Boy. The Lost Boys are Haley Lambert as Twin #1, Caroline Shumate as Twin #2, Nicky Penix as Nibs, Max Ross as Slightly, Nick Staples as Tootles, Blake Whitener as Curly as well as Nakkia Ayers, Julia Battle, Catherine Herlihy, Nickolas Kain, Ashtyn Leep and Carly Thaw. Playing the Pirates are Mark Felton as Jukes, Greg Garner as Cecco, Jerry Marsili as Starkey, Tim Whitener as Noodler, as well as Wesley Armstead, Ric Bertoloti, Jared L. Brown, Horace Emery, Bill Rainey and Matthew Smith. Indians will be played by Alexandra Heywood, Katie Kelsh, Colleen Isaiah and Kristina Smith. Neverland animals will be portrayed by Caroline Chamness Rainey as a Kangaroo and Jeanne Matras as an Ostrich.
Tickets must be bought in advance through the Clay Center. They can be purchased by calling (304) 561-3570 or ordering on-line at theclaycenter.org. Tickets costs $20 for adults and $15 for children under 12.