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Winding Waters K-8 presents 'Peter Pan Jr.'

The cast of the Winding Waters K-8 middle school production of Peter Pan Jr. assembles after a performance for classmates. The students auditioned in January and practiced before and after school. This was the third play the middle school students have done since the school opened. The first was Annie Jr. Last year, students put on The Little Mermaid. The Peter Pan Jr. cast included, in front row from left: seventh-grader Alexis Hobbs, 13, playing Wendy; fifth-grader Jaiden Raghunandan, 10, playing Michael, and sixth-grader Hannah LaBarbara, 11, playing Tinkerbell. In the back row, from left, are sixth-grader Andreu Rydbom, 12, playing John; seventh-grader Brandon Damgaard, 13, playing Peter, and seventh-grader Malik Norton, 13, playing Captain Hook. 

Paulette Lash Ritchie | Special to the Times

The cast of the Winding Waters K-8 middle school production of Peter Pan Jr. assembles after a performance for classmates. The students auditioned in January and practiced before and after school. This was the third play the middle school students have done since the school opened. The first was Annie Jr. Last year, students put on The Little Mermaid. The Peter Pan Jr. cast included, in front row from left: seventh-grader Alexis Hobbs, 13, playing Wendy; fifth-grader Jaiden Raghunandan, 10, playing Michael, and sixth-grader Hannah LaBarbara, 11, playing Tinkerbell. In the back row, from left, are sixth-grader Andreu Rydbom, 12, playing John; seventh-grader Brandon Damgaard, 13, playing Peter, and seventh-grader Malik Norton, 13, playing Captain Hook. 

The cast of the Winding Waters K-8 middle school production of Peter Pan Jr. assembles after a performance for classmates. The students auditioned in January and practiced before and after school. This was the third play the middle school students have done since the school opened. The first was Annie Jr. Last year, students put on The Little Mermaid.

The Peter Pan Jr. cast included, in front row from left: seventh-grader Alexis Hobbs, 13, playing Wendy; fifth-grader Jaiden Raghunandan, 10, playing Michael, and sixth-grader Hannah LaBarbara, 11, playing Tinkerbell.

In the back row, from left, are sixth-grader Andreu Rydbom, 12, playing John; seventh-grader Brandon Damgaard, 13, playing Peter, and seventh-grader Malik Norton, 13, playing Captain Hook.

Paulette Lash Ritchie, Times correspondent

Winding Waters K-8 presents 'Peter Pan Jr.' 04/18/14 [Last modified: Friday, April 18, 2014 7:06pm]
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