Based on the book by J.M. Barrie
Adapted by Michael Haverty
Fly away to Neverland with Peter Pan and the Darling children in this vibrant, colorful adaptation of the time-honored classic tale.
Learning Themes: Inventions, story adaptation, growing up
Puppetry Styles: Blacklight, Rod, Shadow
Create-A-Puppet Workshop™: Cranky Crocodile Ultraviolet Puppet
Sun, Oct 7, 2018
12-1pm: Museum exhibits
1:45-2:30pm: Create-A-Puppet Workshops
Guests will be welcomed by staff members who have been trained in interactions with patrons with ASD.
Performance alterations include theater lights dimmed down but not out, consistent sound levels and lower volume of show soundtrack, freedom for children to talk and to leave their seat if necessary, a quiet zone in the lobby, and permission to bring quiet, contained snacks and beverages. Create-A-Puppet Workshop classrooms will be brighter, quieter, and feature less-messy puppet building materials and slightly simplified puppet designs. This modified programming also extends to include our expanded Museum, where lighting will be adjusted and specialized educational activities (such as touch tables and guided storytelling) will be integrated.
Dolph Amick is an Atlanta actor, puppeteer, composer, and musician. Scores composed and performed for the Center for Puppetry Arts include Pete the Cat; Shake a Tail Feather with Mother Goose; The Tortoise, the Hare & Other Aesop's Fables; Click, Clack, Moo: Cows That Type; the Suzi Bass Award-winning Old MacDonald’s Farm; and the upcoming Harold and the Purple Crayon. Favorite Center appearances include the role of The Cat in Dr. Seuss’s The Cat in the Hat; Templeton in Charlotte’s Web; Br’er Fox in Brer Rabbit and Friends; Sam the Snowman and Yukon Cornelius in Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer; and Dr. Hezekiah Bigelow in Paul Bunyan and the Tall Tale Medicine Show. His latest country hip-hop album, Goodwill Sugar Daddy, is available for download now on iTunes and CDBaby. He sends special thanks to Tim for his understanding and encouragement, and boundless love to his son, Valentine, who challenges, delights, and inspires him daily.
Hannah Chiclana is stoked for her Center of Puppetry Arts and Atlanta debut! She is a recent MFA Performing Arts graduate from The Savannah College of Art and Design and received her BA in Theater Studies at the University of Central Florida. Her recent credits include Heather in Human Error at The Orlando Shakespeare Theatre, Rona in 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, Trixie in Trixie Takes On for 360 Arts Blvd., and Donna in an episode of Fatal Attraction on TvOne. After undergrad, she directed throughout the Orlando area at places like The Orlando Shakespeare Theater, Rollins College, and The WRP Theater. She also has been a Teaching Artist at the Orlando Repertory Theater and is currently one at The Alliance Theatre. She is currently an apprentice cast member at Whole World Improv Theatre and loving every minute of this new city!
Luis R. Hernandez returns to Neverland for a 3rd time, reprising his roles in Peter Pan from a few years ago! At the Center he has previously appeared in Mother Goose (2018 Suzi Bass Award Nominee), Cinderella Della Circus, Pete the Cat, SPACE!, Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, Beauty & the Beast, Charlotte’s Web, Winnie the Pooh, The Adventures of Mighty Bug, Tales of Edgar Allan Poe, and in the title role of Don Quixote. Some of his favorite past shows in Atlanta theatre include Spamalot (Atlanta Lyric Theatre), Inside I and The Navigator (7 Stages), The Boys Next Door (Georgia Ensemble Theatre), Kiss Me Kate (Stage Door) Guys and Dolls (Aurora Theatre), and The True Story of the 3 Little Pigs (Theatre in the Square). He has also performed several times and directed a show for Teatro del Sol, Atlanta’s only professional Spanish language theatre, since its inception. You may have also seen him on the stages of Actor’s Express, Horizon Theatre, Synchronicity, Dad’s Garage, and The Shakespeare Tavern. His TV credits include Devious Maids (Lifetime), Dynasty (CW), and NCIS: New Orleans (CBS).
Kristin Storla is tickled pink to return for another production at CPA! With a degree from Columbus State University and the Atlanta Shakespeare Company apprenticeship behind her, she is an Atlanta-based actor and director specializing in violence and intimacy. Kristin is seen all around Atlanta, most frequently and tipsily in the Sh!t-Faced Shakespeare ensemble. Local credits: Wedding Singer (Act 3 Productions), Vagina Monologues (Independent Artists' Playhouse) Americana, Hedda Gabler (Seedling Project), Evil Dead the Musical, She Kills Monsters (Out of Box), Romeo & Juliet, King Lear (Fern Theatre), As You Like It, Henry VI Part One (Shakespeare Tavern) and Havoc Movement Company's Just Another Play About Rainbows. Check out more of the action at www.KristinStorla.com
Qate Bean is very happy to be here! As an Atlanta native, the Center for Puppetry Arts has been an inspiration since she was a tiny tot. Now she is old enough to pretend to be a grownup and is thrilled to be in Neverland as Wendy Moira Angela Darling in one of her most favorite stories. Qate Bean has previously appeared on the Center for Puppetry Arts stage in the National Puppet Slam and Xperimental Puppetry Theatre. She also gets to work downstairs in the Puppet Shop with some of her favorite people. When not at the Center she is serving at her favorite blues venue, Darwin’s Burgers & Blues. Qate Bean also gets to be Bean of the performance duo Bean&Bear! Super thanks to Mama, Daddyo, Mags, Jason, Carole, Hopie, Bear, Gregg, Lindsay, Tim, Alice, Puedo, and Mr. Barrie.
Sunday, October 21, 12-3 pm
Fungineers from Legoland Discovery Center will join us on Sunday, Oct. 21 for a special Halloween LEGO build! Included at no extra charge with your paid admission to Peter Pan or the Worlds of Puppetry Museum. While supplies last!
Saturday, October 27, 10 am-1 pm
Finklepott's Original Fairy Hair Flare is the ONLY Genuine Fairy Hair outside the magical realm. We fuse it to one strand of your hair. It will last until that strand of your hair falls out. It can last months or a day...when you lose that hair, who can say? You can wash it, brush it, comb it, curl it, color it, straighten it blow it dry, get a haircut with it in. Do whatever you normally do to your hair but most of all, enjoy it! Kids can get their own Tinkerbell-inspired Fairy Hair when you come see Peter Pan! Free with paid admission. Performances at 11 am and 1 pm.