MERIDIAN — Tanner Felton, left, Hailey Bonner, Tony Padilla, Noah Brand, Cathy Webb and Steve Nabors act out a scene from Peter Pan, a Meridian Community College Fine Arts Production. The musical, which is presented by the College's Arts & Letters Series, will continue tonight and Saturday evenings at 7 p.m., and Sunday at 2 p.m., in the McCain Theater on the MCC campus. Tickets are $10, adults; $5, children. For ticket information call 601-484-8696. At left, foreground, Leila Daniels, a student at Parkview, Jordan Falconer, left, also of Parkview, and M. J. Blanks, a student at Southeast Lauderdale, relax prior to playing the part of pirates in the play. Below is Tina McCoy, as Peter Pan and Bonner, as Wendy.
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