TANYS AWARDS: The Theatre Association of NY State recognized
our production of PETER PAN with three awards:
- Excellence in
Acting to Constance Lopez for her portrayl of PETER PAN
in Musical & Orchestra Direction to Stephen Sanborn
Achievement in Acting to Hunter Anderson for his portrayls of SLIGHTLY & NANA
You can see all the awards by visiting www.TANYS.org and looking for PETER PAN by The Two Of Us Productions/RARE.
What our Audience said about PETER PAN:
"At one point in “Peter Pan,” the title character asks the audience to clap their hands if they believe
in fairies .. the crowd roared with applause, saving the life of Peter’s fairy friend, Tinker Bell."
- (Constance) Lopez plays Peter
Pan, bringing a youthful exuberance to the boy who doesn't want to grow up.
- The cast is filled with impressive
young actors. Madison Seipp is well-mannered and inquisitive as Wendy, but she's also able to capture the excitement
of flying to Neverland with John (Coltin Luckfield) and Michael (Jacob Corcoran).
- The Lost Children are wonderful. Meagan Corcoran and Jayden Kipp are
adorable as Twin 1 & Twin 2, and Hunter Anderson leads the charge as Slightly, the oldest memver of the group.
- The Indiand led by Tiger Lily (Emma Hvizdak) have some of the best dance numbers.
- The pirates provide hilarious comedic relief, especially
the impressive Chris Bailey as the overdramatic Captain Hook and Frank Leavitt as Smee.
Did I mention that the members of the cast actually fly?
That’s the type of magic that the Two of Us Productions brings to the stage for this musical." -- Darryl Gangloff, Lakeville Journal
"Great show! This is a difficult
show due to the challenging technical aspects. It was very well done! " -- Dan
M. from Hudson NY.
"This 'Peter Pan' gives fantasy a good name. "
- The company
... come across a "real" children, "real" stage-Indians with an appealing "real" boy, Peter.
- Frank Leavitt's
Smee is indeed a loveable villian
- The stage adores a face such as Constance Lopez's (Peter
Pan). Its femininity ... softens the character's loveless braggart side .. the fact that a grown woman
can make us believe she is an adolescent boy is an accomplishment; and Lopez accopmplishses
- Best of all is the music .. Sanborn's 23 piece orchestra
continues to grow in ensemble and in-tuneness .. getting that authentic Broadway sound, and that is to be cherished
-- Marion Hunter, The Columbia Paper.
“… We’re Flying with The Two Of Us Productions! ”
NY --The Two Of Us Productions, the award winning theater company based in
Columbia County NY, is pleased to present PETER
PAN, The Musical, October 6th
through 15th, 2017 at the Performing Arts Center at Taconic Hills. This production, with flying children & a
full orchestra, is one you definitely don’t want to miss!
Pan, the “boy who wouldn't grow up”, is the central character in PETER
PAN The Musical. In this
enduring modern fantasy story Peter Pan is a mischievous boy who can fly, he
refuses by an act of will to ever grow up, and he spends his never-ending
childhood adventuring on the small island of Neverland
as the leader of his gang the Lost Children, interacting with Indians, Fairies, and
Pirates. Peter Pan brings the 3 children
of Mr. and Mrs. Darling, Wendy, John & Michael, to Neverland hoping that Wendy
can become the mother of all the Lost
Children. Captain Hook & his ornery
band of pirates have other ideas, but with the help of Tiger Lily and her tribe
of Indians, Peter prevents Captain Hook from conquering Neverland.
PAN, The Musical are 2 weekends only –
October 6th, 7th & 8th, 2017
October 13th, 14th & 15th, 2017
Saturday performances are at
are at 3pm
The well-equipped Performing Arts Center at Taconic Hills is locatedin the center of the campus of Taconic
Hills Central School at 73 County Route 11A in Craryville, NY. Tickets
are $20 for adults, $14 for students & seniors, and $12 for groups &
families. For advance reservations visit
or call 518-758-1648. Make your reservations early for the best seats on the
date you want!
winning Two of Us Productions is well known throughout the
Hudson Valley for presenting quality theater, both musicals and dramas. Their
recent productions of Rumors, Young Frankenstein, Chicago, Les
Miserables, next to normal and Jesus
Christ Superstar were all recognized by the Theatre Association of NYS (TANYS) with
multiple awards, including outstanding
work by the company & outstanding
performance by the orchestra. This
event is made possible in part with public funds from the Decentralization
Program of the NYS Council on the Arts, administered in Columbia County by the
Greene County Council on the Arts through the Community Arts Grants