Student Update: Elijah Trichon and Emily Yetter fly high in Theater 360’s “Peter Pan”

By |2017-12-05T15:56:24+00:00August 19th, 2011|Student Updates|

Emily Yetter as ill tempered Tinkerbell (Photo: Ed Krieger)

After studying the Alexander Technique with Jean-Louis Rodrigue over their three-year actor training program at the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television, Emily Yetter and Elijah Trichon landed the roles of Tinkerbell and John Darling respectively. Conceived by an award-winning creative team lead by Ben Harrison and William Dudley, and including the world’s first 360 degrees projected scenic design for live theatre, Peter Pan is a magical experience.

Tinkerbell and Peter return from Neverland (photo:Ed Krieger)

Emily and Elijah fly high in this Cirque du Soleil-style spectacular and get to use every thing they learned from Alexander Technique class. The show is currently on a US tour and reviewers agree that “Emily Yetter is especially delightful as the ill-tempered Tinkerbell and her hilarious tantrum furies cannot be more perfect.”

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