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St. John's puts on Peter Pan...with a twist

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - The talented students at St. John's School in Upper Tumon are gearing up for the production of "The Adventures of Hook, Wendy and Peter Pan". But according to drama teacher Karen Flores, it's a version of Peter Pan like you've never seen before.

"This Peter Pan is a lot of different, so it offers a little bit of everything it still has the Peter Pan story, it has rock-n-roll and we have fun. Do what more can you ask for from a production?"

The show kicks-off Thursday afternoon with a carnival at 3:45 at the school followed by the production at 5:30pm.  The play, which is being put on in the St. John's Gymnasium starts at 7pm on Friday and Saturday. Tickets are $10 for adults and $7 for students.

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