Peter and the Starcatchers, Based on the Bestselling Children's Book
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Featured review from Yvonne A.
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We mostly liked the play. But, there is certainly room for improvement. We attended the first showing of this play. The costumes and staging were very drab for the first half of the performance. The use of props was clever.
I do not think this a play that kids would enjoy. Too much dialogue and not enough action.
We enjoyed the 2nd half much better than the first half. The scenery was brighter and the story moved along better.
This was supposed to be a musical - but, there were very few songs.
The mermaid musical number was the audience favorite. The sound was not very good in the rear of the theater. I'm not sure how it was up front.
Got the pleasure of meeting Dave Barry - which made the experience worth it.
Written by Rick Elice, directed by Roger Rees and Alex Timbers, Peter and the Starcatchers reveals the wonderful story that precedes J. M. Barrie’s beloved Peter Pan. Young orphan Peter and his mates sail aboard the Never Land in a high seas adventure, battling pirates to keep secret a mysterious and dangerous cargo.