The Crossing, an Enchanting One-Woman Show
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The last date listed for The Crossing was Saturday October 3, 2009 / 8:00pm.
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Peter and the Starcatcher, the multiple Tony Award-winning show that The New York Times called "the most exhilarating storytelling on Broadway in decades," is the swashbuckling, madcap prequel to Peter Pan. A dozen actors play more than 100 characters, combining their acting talent with ingenious stagecraft and an imaginative story to reveal the origins of "the boy who wouldn't grow up." The musical play takes a hilarious romp through the Neverland you never knew in an action-packed adventure that brings pirates, orphans and secret agents of the Queen together on the high seas. Based on the bestselling novel by Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson, and written by Rick Elice (Jersey Boys), Peter and the Starcatcher boasts an all-star creative team and weaves an enchanting tale that appeals to both adults and kids. Learn More
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Fabulous one-woman production. Rachel Olgivy had the audience entranced not only by her story but by her wonderful use of Scottish idioms and customs. This is one of those don't-miss-it events for which everyone should line up to buy tickets.
Quotes & Highlights
- “...if each [seat] is not filled for The Crossing’s three week run, it would be an embarrassing display of cultural malaise.” –-Burbank Leader
- LA Weekly "Go!" selection
An enchanting one-woman show, written and performed by Rachel Ogilvy
An obsession with a man is one thing. An obsession with the Golden Gate Bridge is another!
For daddy’s girl Rose, the world was all seaside holidays and Kola Kubes… until, one life-changing day, daddy didn’t come home.
Ogilvy’s self-penned solo show tells the poignant tale of Rose, a stressed-out and much-maligned supply teacher with an obsession for the Golden Gate Bridge. The famous landmark and feat of engineering is an appropriate setting for the accomplished actress’s steely storytelling, which enchanted Edinburgh audiences.
The Scots actress, best known for her role as sultry Tiffany in High Road, has been compared to Joyce Grenfell by theatre critics, who gave The Crossing four-star reviews.