James and the Giant Peach


January 27-29 & February 3-4, 1995


Community Players Theatre

A Theatre for Young People Production


A magical peach! An imprisoned boy! Insect friends! An incredible journey! This amazing adventure of James Henry Trotter will fulfill the fantasy of anyone who has ever dreamed of escape. Roald Dahl’s story comes hilariously to life in this delightful dramatization that reveals the wickedness of some, the goodness of others, and the indecision encountered by many when they are faced with crises. You will see James (as he cleverly gets the Peach out of danger), the wise Old-Green-Grasshopper, and the pessimistic Earthworm. You will also see James’ mean Aunt Spiker and cruel Aunt Sponge come to a suitably sticky end. The action is tied together by the Narrator, a storyteller, motivator, emcee and audience friend.

Author: Roald Dahl, Dramatized by Richard R. George

Historian’s Corner

The 12th annual “Theatre For Young People” production was “James and the Giant Peach.” This production featured the directorial debut of Chris Terven, and Players’ newcomer Michelle Skelton. The show was a financial success and a favorite with children. The show was a financial success and favorite with children.