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Delphi Borich '16 (Wendy Darling), Séamus Gailor (Michael Darling), Matthew Caraccioli (John Darling), and Troy Hussmann '16 (Peter Pan) | Photo: Brenna Merritt Delphi Borich '16 (Wendy Darling), Séamus Gailor (Michael Darling), Matthew Caraccioli (John Darling), and Troy Hussmann '16 (Peter Pan) | Photo: Brenna Merritt
Troy Hussmann '16 (Peter Pan) and Delphi Borich '16 (Wendy Darling) | Photo: Brenna Merritt Troy Hussmann '16 (Peter Pan) and Delphi Borich '16 (Wendy Darling) | Photo: Brenna Merritt
Ana Marcu '16 (Tiger Lily), and her troupe | Photo: Brenna Merritt Ana Marcu '16 (Tiger Lily), and her troupe | Photo: Brenna Merritt
Delphi Borich '16 (Wendy Darling), Séamus Gailor (Michael Darling), Matthew Caraccioli (John Darling), and Troy Hussmann '16 (Peter Pan) | Photo: Brenna Merritt Delphi Borich '16 (Wendy Darling), Séamus Gailor (Michael Darling), Matthew Caraccioli (John Darling), and Troy Hussmann '16 (Peter Pan) | Photo: Brenna Merritt
Ana Marcu '16 (Tiger Lily), Troy Hussmann '16 (Peter Pan) and the cast | Photo: Brenna Merritt Ana Marcu '16 (Tiger Lily), Troy Hussmann '16 (Peter Pan) and the cast | Photo: Brenna Merritt
Donald Corren (Captain Hook) and Troy Hussmann '16 (Peter Pan) | Photo: Brenna Merritt Donald Corren (Captain Hook) and Troy Hussmann '16 (Peter Pan) | Photo: Brenna Merritt
Melissa Beaird '16 (Nana), Séamus Gailor (Michael Darling), Matthew Caraccioli (John Darling), and Delphi Borich '16 (Wendy Darling) | Photo: Brenna Merritt Melissa Beaird '16 (Nana), Séamus Gailor (Michael Darling), Matthew Caraccioli (John Darling), and Delphi Borich '16 (Wendy Darling) | Photo: Brenna Merritt
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The Department of Drama and Syracuse Stage recently concluded a successful run of their holiday co-production Peter Pan. The show, directed by Paul Barnes with choreography by Professor Anthony Salatino, featured a male Peter Pan: Department of Drama student Troy Hussmann '16.

“When you cast a male as Peter, it brings more truthfulness to the relationship between Peter and Wendy,” said Barnes. “Troy not only has the requisite boyishness and 'Lord of the Flies'-like wild child in him, but also can sing the role beautifully.”

In all, 25 Department of Drama students made up the cast, working with professional Equity actors. "It's just simply stunning,” wrote reviewer Tony Curulla on Syracuse.com.