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Sheila and Hughes Potiker Theatre
UCSD Campus at La Jolla Village Drive & Torrey Pines Road 2910 La Jolla Village Dr. La Jolla, CA 92037
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"Peter and the Starcatchers"
39 ratings
4.0 average rating
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16 reviews
27 stars
attended Feb 13 2009

It's a page to stage production and tonight was the first performance. You should go with the expectation that it's a work in progress, and that there might be a few things off. I encourage anyone who attends, to stay for the talk back. If...continued

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3 stars
attended Feb 15 2009

A very unique and creative adaption of a great novel. The acting and use of stage props was ingenious and entertaining. I would not reccomend this play for very young children, but it was very much enjoyed by my 10 yr. old who is very familiar...continued

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attended Feb 14 2009

Unfortunately, it was terribly disappointing. As a life-long admirer of J.M. Barrie's version of Peter Pan,I had hoped the prequel would have some of the same magic and imagination. The lost boys are way too old to fit the dialogue, and Peter is...continued

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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.

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