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Peter Pan On Stage In Ambler

James Barrie’s enchanting tale of youthful joy and adventure, Peter Pan, will take the stage at the Ambler Theatre for two performances in February. Audiences can enjoy the February 17 President’s Holiday with an 11:00 AM performance. The second show is on Wednesday, February 19 at 10:00 AM and is specially designed for school field trips. 

The play begins as Peter leads Wendy and her brothers, Michael and John, off to Neverland. He wants Wendy to be a mother for his ragtag band of Lost Boys. However, there is danger lurking as Captain Hook promises to make Peter and his youthful band walk the plank! Add in a hungry crocodile and the helpful Tiger Lily and there plenty of action and fun for audiences of all ages.

Peter Pan is presented by Family Stages which specializes in two actor version of classic stories. Company founder Steve Seyfried will be joined by Becki Zatarsky to bring the story to life. Costumes fly fast and furiously as all the characters take their turns on stage in this fast-pace, one hour production. The performances take place in the historic, beautifully restored Ambler Theater, 108 E Butler Avenue, Ambler, PA. Tickets are $12 for adults and children and $10 for seniors and grandparents. Children under 3 are free. Tickets can be reserved by calling Family Stages at 215-886-9341 or by emailing familystages@gmail.com. Tickets can also be purchased on line at www.familystages.org.

 In March audiences can enjoy the timeless charm and sparkling energy of Celtic folklore with The Legend of Finn McCool. Finn, the poet, hunter and doer of great deeds rids the land of a grumpy giant and saves Castle Tara from a sneaky goblin. Performances are set for Saturday, March 15 at 11:00 and Monday, March 17 at 10:00 AM. The Monday show gives school groups a marvelous opportunity to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at the theater! The complete schedule of Family Stages productions at the Ambler Theater through August can be viewed on line at www.family stages.org

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