SCC Drama Department Presents “Lost Girl”

Upcoming play will be campus’ first in-theater performance since March 2020

Eve Westmoreland, A&E/Features Editor

After a 20-month long hiatus, SCC’s theater department is making a triumphant return with an imaginative rendition of Kimberly Belflower’s “Lost Girl.”

Directed by Bryar Golden, the production will kick off its three-day run on Dec. 3.

The story follows a modern-day Wendy from J.M. Barrie’s “Peter Pan.” Years after leaving Neverland, Wendy struggles to come to terms with her adventures with Peter as a child, longing to reunite with the boy she once loved.

“Lost Girl” chronicles the emotional struggle of letting go, embracing grief and moving on. The tale is perfect for students who cherish Barrie’s beloved stories while highlighting the truth between love and loss: an inevitable part of growing up.


  • Friday, Dec. 3, 7:30 p.m.
  • Saturday, Dec. 4, 7:30 p.m.
  • Sunday, Dec. 5, 3 p.m.

All performances will take place in the campus theater (1600 building).


  • General Admission: $12
  • Seniors and SCC employees: $8
  • Students and children under 18: $5

Tickets may be purchased online or day-of in the theater lobby.

All students, employees and visitors on campus must wear masks indoors, regardless of vaccination status.