Cornerstone Youth Theatre brings Peter Pan to life

The musical will be staged over two weekends, starting Friday

The boy who never grows up will swoop down on the New Life Fellowship Church this week when Cornerstone Youth Theatre presents Peter Pan.

The musical version of the beloved story by J.M. Barrie will be staged on two Fridays and Saturdays, June 2, 3, 9 and 10. There will also be a matinee performance on Sunday, June 11.

Wendy, John, Michael, and — of course — Tinker Bell and the Lost Boys will get into various exciting, hair-raising escapades with Peter in Neverland. Watch as they befriend the Princess Tiger Lily, and then battle Captain Hook and his crew of pirates, while trying to avoid the jaws of Tick-Tock the Crocodile.

Grand adventures await in the show to be performed by 61 of Central Alberta’s most talented young thespians. “It’s sure to delight audiences of all ages!”

For more information or to order tickets, please visit www.CornerstoneYouthTheatre.org.

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