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A monologue from the play by Henry Lewis, Jonathan Sayer, and Henry Shields
Good evening, ladies and gentlemen and welcome to the Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society’s Christmas production of J.M Barrie’s classic Peter Pan.
We’re hugely excited to present Peter Pan this year we’ve managed to secure a much larger budget than usual thanks to a sizeable donation from the uncle of one of our cast members, Max.
This generous cash injection has meant that tonight’s production will certainly outshine last year’s rather underfunded Christmas show: Jack and the Bean.
It’s true we’ve made some mistakes in the past. In one of our previous productions, due to an ill-timed haircut Rapunzel had to be imprisoned in a bungalow.
Indeed that was almost as bad as when we used a real cat in the production of Puss in Boots, which became known
among the society as Puss Who Was Occasionally in Boots, But Often refused to Wear His boots, and Pooed in Them.
However, this year is going to be different.
Note: Some of the words in this monologue have been slightly modified.
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