Peter Pan with Live Organ Accompaniment
Directed by Herbert Brenon. US. 1924. NR. 105 minutes. DVD.
Presented by TOSDV
Sun., April 2, 2017
Experience an authentic silent film screening with accomplished theatre organist Wayne Zimmerman.
“That wonderful ecstatic laughter, tinkling and beautiful, just the laughter that Barrie loves to hear, greeted Herbert Brenon’s picturized version of “Peter Pan” yesterday afternoon in the Rivoli. Again and again the silence of the audience was snapped by the ringing laugh of a single boy which was quickly followed by an outburst from dozens of others, some of whom shook in their seats in sheer Joy at what they saw upon the screen. It was laughter that reminded one of the days of long ago when one believed in a sort of Never Never Land, when the smiling sun on an early morning made one dance with joy over the dew-covered grass, when the fragrant Spring flowers sent a thrill through one’s youthful soul, when one gazed at a real fish in a shallow rippling stream and expected to hook it with a bent pin, when one thought that after all it might be possible to fly.” (Mordaunt Hall, 1924, The New York Times)
This program benefits the Theatre Organ Society of the Delaware Valley (TOSDV) Theatre Pipe Organ Restoration Fund. For additional information visit TOSDV.org; email email@example.com; or call 215-780-0831.
There is plenty of parking near the theatre, and it’s free on Sundays!
Children <15: $5
General admission seating. Ticket prices do not include the $1.50 per ticket Service Fee. These fees will be calculated at check out. Tickets available with cash, check or credit card at the Colonial Theatre Box Office, or online.