Peter Pan Gets a Dreamlike Update in Peter/Wendy
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Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from Zookeeper
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I've seen many shows at this theatre, most of which were engaging, engrossing and touching. I expected the same from this one, but was really disappointed. The script was a muddled mess, hard to follow, and hard to connect to. I couldn't figure out what was going on half the time. I could detect jokes in the script, but they just didn't land. And the characters would change from joyous to vengeful to kind to whatever too often to know who to root for and what you're rooting for. Not a good show, sorry. But, I'll still look forward to Gough's next offering.
Quotes & Highlights
- "It is always a special treat ... when Peter Pan is presented in a version for adults, as it is in Jeremy Bloom‘s marvelously subtle adaptation. On leaving the theatre, one is astounded by a satisfied mixture of feelings which include both happy thoughts and the deepest of sorrows... like a faerie who is nothing more than a single darting point of light in the darkness." --theatrestorm.com
- "It’s done in a simple, heartfelt manner that ... engagingly explores the questions of innocence, friendship, family and loss that have made the story a classic for more than a century." --SF Examiner
Peter/Wendy is intended for adults of all ages, and children above the age of 12.
About the Ticket Supplier: Custom Made Theatre Co.
Winner of the SF Bay Critic Circle award for Best Overall Play of 2012, The Custom Made Theatre Co. is a San Francisco-based not-for-profit theatre dedicated to ensemble-based, socially relevant productions. Custom Made is the managing company of the Gough Street Playhouse, an intimate thrust theatre without a bad seat in the house, where they present a five play season, along with numerous readings, workshops and classes. Most recently, Custom Made produced the Goldstar ROAR award-winning "Eurydice"
and the Bay Area Premiere of Christopher Durang's "Why Torture is Wrong, and the People Who Love Them."