Angels Academy’s students and staff added a holiday spin to last year’s Christmas Program with “A Christmas Peter Pan” story, which was directed by Stacey Adderley, the school’s drama teacher.
Even the Christmas Sing-A-Long Songs were sung to familiar tunes with a variation in the words to reflect the program’s theme.
In Act I, Tinker Bell summoned a few of the characters to help save Peter Pan and Santa Claus from Captain Hook’s pirates on Christmas Eve. Act II revealed that Santa Claus had been frozen in the North Pole, so he was unable to deliver Christmas presents. Santa’s elves were tasked with searching for the Lost Toys.
Snow fairies along with the help of the audience un-froze Santa Claus in Act III, so he gathered the Lost Toys on his sleigh to deliver them to children all over the world. In the final act, Peter Pan led Wendy and the children home. They were surprised to find that Santa Claus had left them the Lost Toys they had met at the North Pole.
Barbara Johnson thanked the parents for their attendance and support of the school. She added that it was only the beginning of things to come, so they must prepare themselves for the future. She invited the teachers to sing a few Christmas songs before dismissing the audience.