As seen in October 1983
San Bernardino Civic Light Opera Association

As Wendy
(Bio by Peter Pan - played by Ruta Lee)

    Outside of my group of lost boys, I consider Wendy to be my very best friend, and this is especially true in this particular case since Wendy is played by pretty, blonde Maureen McCormick.

    While making her first appearance on the Civic Light Opera stage, Maureen is certainly no stranger to the public eye. This versatile performer has quite literally grown up "center stage" with a career that began in television, commercial and stage appearances as a child and includes five years as Marcia, the oldest daughter on television's popular "The Brady Bunch". This lovely young woman has appeared in numerous other television shows, including "I Dream of Jeannie", "My Three Sons", "Bewitched", "Marcus Welby", "The Brady Bunch Variety Hour", "Streets of San Francisco", "Harry O", "Lou Grant", and "Happy Days". She recently completed her seventh appearance on "Love Boat" and made her sixth visit to "Fantasy Island".

    With a number of movies to her credit such as "Pony Express Rider", "Takedown", "Moonshine Country Express", "Skatetown USA", "Idolmaker", and "Texas Lightning". Maureen has also been a featured solo performer with Dick Clark and with the Brady Bunch Kids during concert tours and appearances at Knotts Berry Farm and throughout the United States.

    Blessed with a delightful singing voice, she can be heard on five albums recorded for Paramount Records with the Brady Bunch Kids and on two single records which featured her as a soloist. Currently she is completing work on a new album. She has also made guest appearances on TV's "Merv Griffin", "Mike Douglas", "Juvenile Jury", "Art Linkletter's House Party", and the "Dating Game" shows.

    In addition to her other professional appearances, she has also been seen in numerous commercials, hosted telethons in numerous cities for Variety Club International and has made many guest appearances for Easter Seals, Diabetes, Jr. Blind Foundation, the Special Olympics and many others.

(Teen Angel - 1999)