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Hello Family Stages Friends! We are so sorry that we can't bring our shows out to the Ambler Theater or the schools and libraries. Until we can, here are some videos for you to enjoy until we can go "live" again!

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Peter Pan RSCT 2011PETER PAN - FUN FACTS
The children of a family friend were the inspiration for the characters of Peter and the Lost Boys in James Barrie’s play Peter Pan, or The Boy Who Wouldn’t Grow Up. When their parents died Barrie unofficially adopted them. Because of his love and concern for children, Barrie gave the rights to his Peter Pan plays and novels to the Great Ormand Street Hospital for children in London.Pan CompositThrough the years there have been thousands of stage and film productions starring many of the most distinguised actors of the their generation. Starting at the top from left to right: Nina Boucicault (1904, first production), Veronica Lake (1950), Jean Arthur (1950, music & lyrics by Leonard Bernstein with Boris Karloff as Captain Hook), Mary Martin (1954 with Cyril Ritchard, music by Jule Styne, lyrics by Comden & Green), Mia Farrow (1976, with Danny Kaye), Cathy Rigby (1979), Sandy Duncan (1966) and Allison Williams (2014, live TV with Christopher Walken).

 

Holiday Goose LogoHere’s a video of one of Family Stages’ two musical productions. Charles Gilbert, Jr. provided the music and lyrics to Steve Seyfried’s script. TheHoliday Goose is based on Italy’s classic popular theater, the commedia dell’arte. The story features two wacky servants who create more crises than they solve.

 

The PlayersRSCT Smaller Goose
Carl Smith: Arlecchino, a servant; Captain Braggadocio, a soldier; Pantalone, a miserly old man.
Steve Seyfried: Pedrolino, a servant; Zanni, a comic old man; Columbina, the goose seller


The Holiday Goose, Part One    The Holiday Goose, Part Two

 

 8 12 F SFinally, here’s a corny Family Stages promotional video, featuring brief vignettes from our productions of Peter Pan, Cinderella, The Emperor’s New Clothes, Knighty Knews (retitled Millie and the Orange Dragon) and Snow White. Click the Family Stages logo to take a peak!

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