Sylvester Stephens' Our Time Has Come at the 14th Street Playhouse
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In this new musical version of the Peter Pan story, Peter's not the only one who won't grow up. Wendy's having trouble coming to terms with moving out of her childhood room and putting on adult clothes when she still wants to play. She gets to put off being a grown up a while longer when the daring Peter Pan comes along to whisk her away to the magical island of Neverland, where children never grow up. With the help of Tinkerbell, the Lost Boys, Tiger Lily, mermaids, and a rather dedicated crocodile, Peter and Wendy battle the dreaded -- but extremely funny -- Captain Hook. In this swashbuckling adventure, which includes opportunities for audience participation, our heroes must decide if growing up is really all that bad after all. Learn More
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I attended the Saturday matinee and found out that some of the star actors only perform at the regular showing. I was disappointed because some of the actors did not seem to know their part or could not sing that well. Also, the play was kind of boring.
In a dazzling display of political insight and masterful storytelling, Sylvester Stephens presents a stage play about what has been wrong throughout America’s past and what can be made right in its future. Our Time Has Come is the story of a former slave’s prophecy that his descendants would one day rise above the manacles of slavery to the pinnacle of society!
Based on the book by Sylvester Stephens, Our Time Has Come is not just “a piece of artistic expression,” it is “a peace of mind movement” to entertain and educate audiences on the message of equality, evenhandedness and empowerment!
Flashback to an America before the 2008 presidential election and before Senator Barack Obama’s rousing speech at the 2004 Democratic National Convention. As Martin Luther King Jr. dreamed a new dream for America and the Civil Rights Movement push progress forward for African Americans, the Rev. Jesse Jackson simply proclaimed “Our Time Has Come” in his presidential bid during the 1984 Democratic National Convention.