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Westchester Broadway Stage's PETER PAN Ends Run


The Westchester Broadway Stage has announced its upcoming shows.

The Most Spectacular Place
Created by Angela C. Santomero and Traci Paige Johnson

Blue will lead the audience on a live, clue-based journey in search of the most spectacular place of all!! Enjoy this play-along show that allows its audience to "step inside" and become part of a bright, fanciful world where the host, Steve, lives with his animated puppy, BLUE.
BLUES'S CLUES LIVE! The Most Spectacular Place, begins when the curtain welcomes the audience into the wonderful world of Theatre. Blue and Steve lead the audience on a wonderful journey. When they discover the final clue, Blue & Steve learn that, aside from the surprise-filled world of theatre, home is the most spectacular place of all! Presented by WESTCO Productions.

Shows at 11Am, 1PM and 3PM.
All Tickets are just $25 per person plus tax. (Show Only)
Call The Box Office at (914)592-2222
Group Discounts for Parties of 15 or more: (914) 592-2225
Or visit:

Music and lyrics by Jason Robert Brown
Book by Dan Elish and Robert Horn
Lighthouse Youth Theatre Production Directed by John Fanelli

Evan Goldman, a thirteen year old boy, moves with his newly divorced mother from New York City to Appleton, Indiana, during the year of his Bar Mitzvah. Evan agonizes about fitting in with the "cool" kids and getting them to come to his celebration, while finding himself torn between them and Patrice, his quirky and not so popular new friend. Like kids everywhere, they suddenly have to survive classes, navigate cliques, hang with the right crowd and be "cool". In 100 song-filled minutes, 13 is their provoking, engaging story, told with contagious energy and humor with all-teen performers and a teen band

This production is directed by John Fanelli, produced by Diane Bradsell, Choreography by David Arzberger and Musical direction by Michele Deangelis.

The cast are all members of Protégé, the senior company of The Lighthouse Youth Theatre. Protégé are talented and hard working teens who want to develop their skills in all aspects of the theatre. They are required to take acting, dance, music and other theatre-related classes to improve on all of their abilities. They are also responsible for being part of the production team, working on costumes, playbills, sets, props and all things theatre. The Lighthouse Youth Theatre, located in Thornwood, was created in 2006 by artistic director John Fanelli. LYT produces three full scale productions annually, and runs two performing arts camps.

The Cast: Lily Allen (Chappaqua), Alex Bradsell (Bedford),Trevor Carr (Ridgefield CT), Justin Corsillo (Ridgefield, CT), Jeffrey Crowley (Croton-on-Hudson), Ashley Dassa (Mt. Kisco), Carly Dieck (Katonah), Kaitlin Ferrara (Tuckahoe), Stephanie Ferraria (Mt. Kisco), Kira Goidel (Mohegan Lake), Marissa Heintzman (Pleasantville), Conner Ives (Bedford Hills), Matt Kirby (Ridgefield, CT), John Anthony Loffredo (Katonah), Gregory Markert (Katonah), Mary Kate McGetrick (Mt. Kisco), Carly McLam (Ridgefield, CT), Yanni Metaxas (Katonah), Lauren Moore (Mt. Kisco), Carolyn Savoia (Ridgefield, CT), Allie Short (Ridgefield, CT), Rebecca Simpson-Wallack (Briarcliff Manor), Matt Stout (Dobbs Ferry), Tim Stout (Dobbs Ferry).
The Live Teen Band: Chloe Arnow, Tim Bland and Kevin Crowell (all from Bedford Hills) and John McDermott (Pound Ridge).
For more information please call Lighthouse Youth Theatre at 914-741-4205 or visit:
Saturday, May 15th and 22nd
Served lunch at 12 Noon & 1:30 pm Show.
Tickets range from $35 to $70 Plus tax for Lunch & Show
Call The Box Office at (914)592-2222
Group Discounts for Parties of 15 or more: (914) 592-2225
Or visit:

The Family Theatre Production of: PETER PAN.
Directed By George Puello

Based on J.M. Barrie's tale, this is the story of a boy who didn't want to grow up and spent his life in Neverland battling the pirates and Indians. A delight with memorable songs and its familiar characters - Peter Pan and his Lost Boys from Neverland; Captain Hook, Smee and all the Pirates; the Darling children and Nana; and Tiger Lily and Tinkerbell. One of best musicals of all time - a play that always captures the imagination and never fails to make audiences "believe" in fairies. Filled with oodles of fantasy and imagination - featuring fantastical flying, singing, dancing, this story will uplift and inspire children and adults alike. Experience the musical adventure of a lifetime! 

Limited Run!
JULY 8th - AUGUST 1, 2010
Tickets range from $40 to $55 Plus tax For Dinner & Show
Call The Box Office at (914) 592-2222
Group Discounts for Parties of 15 or more: (914) 592-2225
Or visit:

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