PRINCETON – Little “buccaneers” swarmed the Festival 56 production set of Treasure Island Sunday afternoon for a special Lunch with a Pirate event hosted by Learning Stage, the education committee of Princeton Theater Group and Festival 56.
Attendees were asked to come dressed as their favorite pirate and make up a swashbuckling pirate name as they were invited to play games, make crafts, learn pirate songs and dive into the story of “Treasure Island.”
“Treasure Island” is a classic tale about a 12-year-old cabin boy Jim Hawkins and the greatest anti-hero, Long John Silver. The story was written by Robert Louis Stevenson and provides an action-packed story of sailing, mutiny and buried treasure.
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