November 27, 2015

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Broadway 101: Peter and the Starcatcher's Set Shop Brings Imagination to Life

Tony-nominated for her scenic design of Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson, Donyale Werle once again is ready to take a downtown show uptown to Broadway. This time the task at hand is Peter and the Starcatcher, the play-with-music based on the Dave Barry-Ridley Pearson novel which tells the story of Peter Pan before he became the boy who would not grow up. Using a downtown approach to set design that firmly supports the adage "one man's trash is another man's (or in this case woman's) treasure," Werle and her crew set about capturing audience imaginations by using otherwise everyday objects to adorn the proscenium and sets of the show. To see the show's Playbill click here. For more on the show, click here.

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