Victoria Theatre's Peter and the Starcatcher Casts Its Black Stache

News   Victoria Theatre's Peter and the Starcatcher Casts Its Black Stache
Leo Ash Evens, who made his Broadway debut in the most recent revival of Jesus Christ Superstar, has landed a leading role in Victoria Theatre's upcoming production of the Tony-winning Peter and the Starcatcher.

Leo Ash Evens
Leo Ash Evens

Directed by Jenn Thompson, performances at the Dayton, OH, venue are scheduled for June 9-14.

Evens, who was recently seen Off-Broadway in Jasper in Deadland, will play the role of Black Stache, the character who will eventually become Captain Hook--a part created on Broadway to Tony-winning effect by Christian Borle. Evens previously played the part for the Pioneer Theatre Company.

"When I saw the show on Broadway, Christian's performance was inspiring," Evens told "I couldn't wait to hopefully tackle it myself one day."

Rick Elice penned the play, based on the novel by Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson. Music is by Wayne Barker.

"Ever wonder how Peter Pan ended up in Neverland?" press notes ask. "How Captain Hook became Peter’s arch enemy? Peter and the Starcatcher explains all this and more."

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