Peter Pan founds Neverland in the Tropical Island of Cebu

Sometimes I wish I could just be a little kid again. Gladly, Event Aspects gave me a chanced to experienced what it was like to be a kid again through Peter Pan: A Musical Adventure. 

Held at SM City Seaside Centerstage, professional actors and actresses from widely-know mainstream theaters flew all the way from West-End London to performed in front of Cebuano audience.

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Synopsis: Peter Pan is a mischievous young boy who can fly and never grows up. Peter spends his childhood having adventures on the island of Neverland. He act as the leader of the Lost Boys which he interacts with fairies, pirates, mermaids, American Indians, and occasionally ordinary children from the world outside Neverland. One night, Peter Pan visited the Darling family which he takes the three children to Never Land, where an ongoing war between Peter’s gang of rag-tag runaways and the evil Pirate Captain Hook is taking place.

Aside from the actors dressing up like real Peter Pan and pirates, I enjoyed watching the kids wearing costumes of Tinker Bell. Also, they’re reactions every time a crocodile would show up was priceless!

The good thing about the show was that the actors made sure that there’s an audience participation like asking the kids to make a sound if a crocodile is approaching. Mind you! The kids very cooperative. Too bad, I didn’t bring my niece with me. I’m sure they will enjoy the show as much as I enjoyed it.

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Peter Pan: A Musical Adventure is brought to us by Event Aspects in collaboration with Events International, a production company that produce international concerts and theatrical shows. Directed and produced by Mr. Paul Hammond.

 

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  1. Postcard Pretty says:

    Looks like a fun play! Too bad I missed it. I would’ve loved my child to experience this.

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