SHOW DATES: To Be Determined Based on State Directives

VENUE: Vashon Center for the Arts

Winghaven Park is a new, full-length musical play written


Lisa Peretti

(book, music, lyrics).

The story is about the consequences of war and forgotten love in a small island community.

Fear and racial prejudice can lead a community, and even a nation, into isolation, even violence, unless courageous people are prepared to speak the truth and demonstrate resilience through love and hope.

The songs draw on the diverse musical palette of the 1940s - swing, blues, ballads, musical comedy, aiming toward memorable tunes, with a balance of songs and spoken dialogue.

Producing a new work involves risk, but Drama Dock views risk as essential to life and particular, artistic growth for the theatre, for artist-writers and for a discerning community inspired by new work.

Set in 1944, Winghaven Park is an ode to Vashon's beautiful, sometimes painful, history but the collaboration behind the story's production seeks to build new relationships beyond Vashon's shores - for audiences and artists alike.

Winghaven Park

Workshop Reading 2019

Lisa Peretti

Book (Script) Writer, Composer & Lyricist

Raised on Vashon Island, Lisa Peretti is a member of British Actor’s Equity, BMI, and the Dramatists Guild of America. Formerly a teacher (BEd.), she also holds a Post-graduate degree in Acting and Musical Theatre from Mountview Theatre Academy (London) and an M.A. in Text and Performance Studies from the University of London and the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art; thesis study in playwriting with the late playwright, Stephen Jeffreys.

As an actress and singer in the UK, Lisa has performed in Phantom of the Opera, Scrooge - The Musical and in Seattle, Susan and God, Brooklyn Boy, It’s A Wonderful Life and G.B. Shaw’s Candida. As a songwriter, her music has featured on BBC Radio, Premier Radio, with concert appearances in London, Seattle, and various European cities.