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Be transported to the fantasy world of “PETER PAN”

in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida, which has a Music & Arts Ministry, has become a springtime destination for lovers of musical theatre during the past six years. Last year, the church delighted patrons by staging ’ fabulous original production of “.” Mr. Woods is back this year with his adaptation of J.M. Barrie’s 1904 play, “,” a beloved classic which is now in public domain. While “The Sound of Music” was initially planned as the 2016 production, a new choice was required due to unexpected issues with obtaining the rights. And as with “St. George,” Woods is again totally involved …

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GEORGE and the DRAGON – Revisited

Review of a Jason Woods Creation & Production Dick Kerekes & Leisla Sansom [email protected] The Dual Critics did something we have rarely done by viewing the same theatrical production twice during the same year. If you read our original review of the show, which was staged at Christ Episcopal Church in Ponte Vedra, Florida, in October 2015, you know we were delighted by and company. We have reviewed a number of plays by North Florida playwrights over the years, but almost never had the opportunity to see them more than once  as they are rarely produced locally a second time. …

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A Stunning Adventure Full of Magic, Poetry and Cake: “St. George and the Dragon”

Three years ago, embraced his second act as a full-time playwright. Now, Woods is staging an encore performance of his two-act play December 17-19 at WJCT Studios. The comedic fantasy is a visually stunning adventure full of magic, poetry, and cake for the whole family. The magical tale reminds us that gallant knights, fair maidens, and even fearsome dragons may not be what they seem, and we all might be a little braver than we ever believed. The legend of St. George is based on ancient tales of fearless knights risking their lives to save villagers and beautiful maidens by …

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DRAGONS, KNIGHTS & MAIDENS – “ST. GEORGE AND THE DRAGON”

Christ Episcopal Church School of the Arts Review Christ Episcopal Church, located in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida, opened the world premier of playwright ’ magical play “” on October 15, 2015. The show will continue at 400 San Juan Drive with performances during October 22 – 24 at 7:00 pm and October 25 at 3 pm. Financial support was provided by the Mallory Family Fine Arts Fund. The legend of St. George is based on ancient legends, which involve fearless knights saving imperiled maidens and villagers by slaying fearsome dragons. The tale, brought from eastern regions to Europe by Crusaders …

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