What became of Wendy Darling in the years following her adventures with Peter Pan?
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"An exploration of love, loss, identity and magic, Lost Girl continues the story of J.M. Barrie's beloved character - the girl who had to grow up. Long after she last saw Peter fly through her bedroom window, Wendy decides that she must find him in order to reclaim her kiss and move on with her life."

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Directed by Lara Morton
Featuring music by CT Composer/Musician Lydia Arachne

Performances: July 22-23 at Gateway Christian Fellowship,West Haven, CT

Friday, July 22nd @ 7:30 p.m.
Saturday, July 23rd @ 3:00 p.m.
Saturday, July 23rd @ 7:30 p.m.

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Produced by Noah Golden and Elizabeth Santaus

Direction by Lara Morton

Live Music Composition and Accompaniment: Lydia Arachne

Assistant & Technical Direction: Keona Gomes

Stage Management: CJ Burdo

Movement/Lift Choreography: Susan Dresser

Costume Design: Jake Egan O'Hara

Lighting & Media: Kenny Seldon

Sound: Herb Rubio & Richard Ives

Wardrobe Supervision/Asst. Costume Design: Nightwing Whitehead


Abigail Paige (as Wendy Darling),

Andrew James Bleidner (as Peter/Slightly),

DeMarie Lopez (as Nibs/Detective),

Emma Blanchette (as B/Callie),

Riley Arenberg (as Mother/Nina),

Serena McFarland (as C/Krista),

Emma Bender (as Curley/Doctor),

Gwen Gersick-Seward (as A/Cora),

Dyllan Seigmund (as Tootles/Therapist), 

Justin Wargo (as Boy)

FUSE Theatre of CT will present Kimberly Belflower's play "Lost Girl" on July 22 and July 23 at Gateway Christian Fellowship in West Haven, CT. "Lost Girl" is a gorgeous new work by the award-winning, up-and-coming American playwright Kimberly Belflower, based on the continued story of Wendy Darling from J.M. Barrie's "Peter Pan." Years after returning from her adventure in Neverland, Wendy remains fixated on her beloved Peter and the childhood magic she left behind. Can Wendy face finally leaving her nursery and learn what it really means to grow up? "Lost Girl" is a lyrical exploration of finding love, overcoming trauma and entering adulthood. BroadwayWorld says it "draws the audience in through this story we've heard a dozen times before, then winds up bringing the high-flying fantasy back to solid ground. It's refreshing, bold, and brave to take such iconic characters into a new and very real place, teeming with the big, wild emotions of adolescence."

ABOUT US: FUSE Theatre of CT is a 501 (c)3 non-profit theatre company serving the Greater New Haven Area. Co-Founded in 2019 by Lara Morton and Susan Larkin, FUSE is committed to promoting the highest standards in the art of theater production and education. Past projects include the musical revue “All Together Now” in November 2021 and “A Midsummer Night's Dream: The Rewired Musical,” a film adaptation of the Shakespeare classic set during quarantine and featuring original songs by Lydia Arachne. FUSE continues its 2022 season with “Songs for A New World,” a song cycle by Jason Robert Brown in the fall (dates and locations TBA). 


“Lost Girl” by Kimberly Belflower is a Samuel French title, presented by special arrangement with Concord Theatricals (www.concordtheatricals.com).

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