Impresario & Artiste.
Samuel Nathaniel Xavier Peaches, III was born in England to parents richer than the king and queen combined. Groomed to be a doctor of science and law, his family was terrified he would follow in the footsteps of Thumper, his older and impractically creative older sister, who was determined to make whirligigs instead of a decent living. When Mr. Peaches discovered the female kind midway through university he suddenly realized he had been building a life he didn’t even want remotely! Mr. Peaches, keeping it a secret from his family, dropped out and left for the adventure of the new world: America.
Upon reaching the new world and his fresh start, Samuel Peaches discovered his sister had stowed away on his flight from pretentious English academia journey. He saw nothing but opportunity; Thumper, a technical and mechanical genius, could provide Samuel with anything and everything needed to further his adventures… They didn’t get very far…
Then, down on their luck, on a late night in a dimly lit, unknown establishment deep in New Orleans, Peaches and Thumper met the beautiful and talented Blueberry Starshine. She gave them the Just So Stories by Kipling, Thumper in one single night of intense focus, built the flux wagon and the Samuel Peaches Peripatetic Players were born.
Sadly after many glorious years and too many adventures to count, Blueberry left the troupe to pursue her own interests… Unfortunately taking with her the Peripatetic Player’s rights to perform the Just So Stories.
Peaches favorite story to perform has always been The Camel’s Hump (as he got to work closely with Blueberry in fantastical characters) but will most likely shift to the Race of the Tortoise and the Hare for this new adventure in the lands of Aesop. Peaches favorite players to work with are Thumper and Meekins due to the random and highly excitable energy of both performers. Samuel Peaches is both terrified and anxious to perform back at Port Costa. The memories of Blueberry are strongest there.
Mr. Peaches simply invites you, his beautiful audiences, to dream, to delight, and to dare!