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Lost Girl by Kimberly Belflower, presented by the Lewis Center for the Arts’ Program in Theater
March 28 • 7:30 pm - 9:00 pmFree
After leaving Neverland, Wendy and the Lost Boys have grown up and are forced to reckon with the “after” of their magical adventure. Far away from pixie dust and pirates they find themselves experiencing depression and joy, loneliness and friendship, heartbreak and love. While Wendy struggles to meet new people, move on, and mend her broken heart, she comes to the terrible realization that she has lost something: the kiss she gave to Peter Pan. As she endeavors to find him and take back her kiss, she finds his other victims — girls taken just like her — and discovers that Peter Pan has grown up and left Neverland for a different girl than she. With the chorus of girls voicing the judgment of strangers, the Lost Boys seeming so well adjusted, and the women in Wendy’s life begging her to get a grip and move forward, the show tackles what it really means to grow up in this world while struggling with mental illness and trauma. When everything in life seems to revolve around the “before,” how do we rebuild ourselves in the aftermath? Featuring Princeton senior Alexis Maze as Wendy and directed by junior Sabina Jafri.