Peter Pan Prevails
Where have I been for the last four days? Well, I’ve been with Peter Pan. More specifically, I’ve been immersed in the editing and processing of the more than 6,000 photos I shot during the recent performances of Peter Pan. I’ve finally come up for air!
Peter Pan — A Great Show
I hope you had an opportunity to see Peter Pan, because it was so well done, and so enjoyable. Everyone affiliated with the West Side Civic Theatre can rightfully be proud of the efforts made to pull off a great rendition of Peter Pan.
Of course, the production cost for Peter Pan was considerably higher than any other show the theater group has produced in its eleven-year history. A significant portion of the expense had to do with the setup and training for the flying aspects of the show.
If you’d like to make a donation to the West Side Civic Theatre, you can do so online by visiting their website and clicking on the “Donations” link.
Mark Your Calendar
The next musical by the West Side Civic Theatre will be The Pirates of Penzance. The dates for that show are September 4–6 and 10–12. So mark your calendar and get ready for more pirates at Shallowford Square in September.
Finally, the moment some of you have been waiting for — visiting the Peter Pan photo gallery.
I’ve organized the final approximately 750 photos of Peter Pan a little differently than I did for previous shows (Hello, Dolly and Oklahoma!). Rather than grouping photos by the dates of the performances, this time I’ve grouped the best photos from all of the performances by Acts I, II or III.
You’ll occasionally see shots of the same moment taken during separate shows. There’s also a sub-gallery of some shots of the audience taken before the shows, as well as a sub-gallery of the curtain call photos. Please be aware that I may not have placed every shot in the exactly correct order of its occurrence during the musical.
Now, without further delay, you may see more photos of Peter Pan by visiting the Peter Pan photo gallery. I hope you enjoy them.
Once you’ve gotten through the photos, I encourage you to come back here and share your thoughts in the Comment section below. Perhaps the photos will remind you of some particularly favorite moments in Peter Pan.