Peter and the Starcatcher: National Tour of Broadway Hit Reviews & Ratings
Thought it was terrible. No story and if there was one, it wasn't evident (and this view was shared by 3 other people who walked out at the same time, before intermission, as we did) and there was little music.report as inappropriate
I liked it a lot. It's a fun and poignant origin story of the nameless Boy who becomes Peter Pan. Follow the link below for my full review.
http://theaterpimp.com/2014/01/31/peter-and-the-star-catcher-kennedy-center/report as inappropriate
excellent performance/script and very well acted. It definitely worth winning a Tonny award..report as inappropriate
Liked it in the end. The minimal sets/costumes took some getting used to, especially sorting out who was who.report as inappropriate
Parked at the Kennedy Center. Ate upstairs at the rooftop cafe, which is much improved since my last visit. Great seat.report as inappropriate
Such a fun and hilarious show! Definitely go even if you don't have kids. There are a lot of jokes that are targeted to an adult audience.report as inappropriate
Creative staging, clever writing, gifted performers. It was a magical night. I have told all my friends it's a must-see.
And Kennedy Center always offers comfortable seating and easy parking. Made a fabulous night even better.
Great use of props and witty staging throughout, but still felt a little slight and disappointing. Second half picks up, and the cast certainly works hard.report as inappropriate
Ridiculously funny!report as inappropriate
The seats weren't ideal, but other than that I had a great time. Easy ticket pick-up, and the show is very good. Perfect for families!report as inappropriate
A wholly entertaining show in a beautiful theater!report as inappropriate
Meh. Disappointed after so much buildup and raves from friends who saw it in NYC. It seems a little forced, and it also seems a little lost in the big Eisenhower Theater.report as inappropriate