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Meet the Cast of LOST GIRL

Quincy Community Theatre is proud to announce the cast for its upcoming student production of LOST GIRL as we continue the 2024 Season into the summer.

What ever happened to Wendy Darling in the years following her childhood adventure with Peter Pan? Even though she has left the nursery window open all these years in the hope of Peter’s return, long gone are the flights of fancy, pirates, princesses and Neverland. Wendy decides that she must find Peter to reclaim her kiss and move on with her life. Along the way, she meets other girls who went to Neverland and learns she is not alone. With empathy, grace and remarkable honesty, LOST GIRL is a coming-of-age exploration of first love and lasting loss, continuing the story of J.M. Barrie’s beloved character – the girl who had to grow up.

Lost Girl Cast Group Photo
Seated, L to R: Christian R., Logan M., Simon B., Cecilia B., Jada P. F., Ash B.; Standing, L to R: Ava K., Sawyer S., Jordan G., Shanda S., Isabelle N., Georgia W.

LOST GIRL features a cast of 12 performers, including several performers making their QCT debut. The cast of LOST GIRL includes Jordan Gound as Wendy, Simon Bruening as Peter, Shanda Smith as Mother, Jada Penick Fonza as Cora, Cecilia Bruening as Callie, Ava Kaelke as Kristie, Sawyer Smith as Nina, Logan Mulch as Slightly, Georgia Wisslead as Toodles/Therapist, Ash Bradley as Curly/Doctor, Christian Rabe as Nibs/Detective, and Isabelle Nichols as Boy/Memory Peter

The QCT Lab production is under the direction of guest director Shoshana Canali.

“We all remember the young Wendy Darling who flew to Neverland with Peter Pan, and you may recollect the Wendy who had grown to be “ever so much more than 20” with children of her own,” said Canali. “Lost Girl introduces us to the Wendy in between: someone finding her footing with intense bravery, despite all the messiness and confusion that comes with early adulthood. Kimberly Belflower’s play welcomes us into a world, swirling with Wendy’s colorful daydreams and haunting memories, in a way only live theatre can provide.”

In addition to Canali as director, the production team includes scenic design by Harrison Clarke, lighting design by Sabrina Brookshire, costume design by Jayden Dreyer, and stage management by Sara Turnbow.

An interactive Discovery Night for LOST GIRL will be held Tuesday, June 4 at 6 PM at QCT. The free event will give participants a view into the production process with discussion and Q&A! In addition, immediately following the Friday, June 14 performance, there will be a Q&A talkback session with the cast and crew.

A volunteer Build Day to help construct the set for LOST GIRL will be held on Saturday, May 18 from 10a-2p. More information can be found at our volunteers page.

LOST GIRL will take the stage at Quincy Community Theatre June 13-16. Tickets go on sale on May 21. Seating is general admission.

For more information, you can contact the QCT Box Office located in the Oakley-Lindsay Center at 217.222.3209. QCT’s 2024 Season is sponsored by Gardner Denver.

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