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Chuck Bradley’s act of Good Will didn’t go un~noticed. Chicago’s Local NBC station is featuring, Chuck and his band of lost boys as they gave the kids a very needed special treat at Chicago’s Children’s Memorial Hospital.
Chuck Bradley is currently cast in 360 Entertainment’s Peter Pan. Right in the heart of Chicago. He’s playing the role of Alf Mason. This past Saturday and Sunday Chuck preformed the title role of the “boy who won’t grow up” Peter Pan! He successfully entertained the audience not only during the afternoon, but was a tremendous hit during the evening show!