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Short Concert Peter Pan - Courtney Arnold MUL 2010 Hoffer...

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Courtney Arnold July 22, 2009 MUL 2010 - Hoffer 5030 Peter Pan - July 18th 2009 at 8 pm Short Concert Report Word Count: 833 I attended Peter Pan , a book by James M. Barrie and music and lyrics by Carolyn Leigh, and Moose Charlap, at the Gainesville Community Playhouse on July 18th, 2009. The play promptly began at 8:05 p.m and ended shortly after 10:00 p.m. The orchestra played a sweet little instrumental piece to start off this play. The orchestra was composed of a piano, keyboard, flute, piccolo, oboe, English horn, violin, and tribal drum. This piece was a great start for the play to begin in the Nursery of the Darling Family home. It was a slower tempo but a peaceful mood for the perfect beginning for the action to take place in the first Act, Mr. and Mrs. Darling heading off to a work function while Peter Pan sneaks in to find his shadow. I really enjoyed this play. I loved how the instrumental music connected with the story line of Peter Pan . It was in beat and mood with all the action of the play. When Peter Pan entered a scene, the music became very lively and comical. Making the audience excited and interested in the story. In the first Act, Peter Pan introduces himself to Wendy, Michael, and John and tells about his adventures and how he does grow up.
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