Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Good performance – Sir James Matthew Barrie

Creator of "Peter Pan", English journalist and playwright Sir James Matthew Barrie (1860-1937), often attended theatrical performances of his most famous work.

During one performance of "Peter Pan”, there was a boy in Barrie’s lodge. That particular boy was continually jumping from his seat and leaning on the fence, like trying to jump into the audience.

Since the opinion of children was very precious for his writing, Matthew Barrie asked the boy:

- What did you liked the most in tonight’s performance?

- Tearing the program, and then throwing pieces of paper on the heads of those who sat down! - cheerfully answered a small theater aficionado.

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