Touring production of Peter & Tink hits the Covington Playmakers Stage on Sunday, May 31
Theatre Honorary Alpha Psi Omega (APO) is thrilled to present its theatrical production of "Peter & Tink" for the first time on the Covington Playmakers stage on Sunday, May 31 at 4 p.m. James Winter directs with choreography by Lydia Caballero.
APO’s production features a completely new story, written by Southeastern alumna Chelsea Krause, who is now a working actor in New York. Krause was inspired to write a version of Peter Pan where Tinker Bell plays an integral part in the story.
This new version of Peter Pan sees him as an orphaned boy, long before he became the boy who never grew up. Determined to catch a fairy to prove their existence, Peter meets a spunky house fairy named Tinker Bell, who reluctantly brings him to her home of Neverland. Once there, Peter meets the dastardly Captain Hook, who is determined to rid the entire island of fairies. Only Peter and Tink can put an end to his evil plan and save the fairies before it’s too late.
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Call to Reserve Tickets: 225-241-1881
Prices start at $10 for adults and at $5 for children.
Group ticket prices are available for groups of 10 or more.
Featuring 17 actors, the touring production includes Olivia Waguespack (Peter Pan), William Rushing (Captain Hook/Ravello), Akira Brewer (Smee), and Lindsay Picou (Tinker Bell). Rounding out the ensemble cast are Jaimee Rome, Brei-Linn Golchuk, Briana Rogers, Chelsey Davis, Alexis Durante, Angela Griffitt, Emily Nodine, Kaylee Broussard, Casey Pursifull, Taylor Everard, Justin Davis, Chris Dalton, Taylor Sinclair and Janna Baza. The creative team of "Peter & Tink" includes Set Designer M. Taggart Green, Costume Designer Mignon Charvet and Sound Designer Sarah Barbier with original music composed by Kalee Broussard and Shane Zeringue and fight choreography by Erick Wolfe.
For more information about Peter & Tink, email the show’s publicist Tara Bennett at firstname.lastname@example.org.