August 30, 2015

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Highlights From Peter and the Starcatcher on Broadway

After a successful 2011 Off-Broadway run at the New York Theatre Workshop, Peter and the Starcatcher takes flight at Broadway's Brooks Atkinson Theatre under the direction of Alex Timbers and Roger Rees. The imagination-fueled play with music, based on the Dave Barry-Ridley Pearson novel, takes place in the "Neverland you never knew" and tells the story of Peter Pan before he became the boy who would not grow up. Adam Chanler-Berat (Next to Normal) stars in the role of "Boy," Christian Borle (TV's "Smash") is his nemesis "Black Stache," and Celia Keenan-Bolger (The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee) is "Molly." To see a behind-the-scenes look at the show's set shop with set designer Donyale Werle, click here. To see the show's Playbill, click here.








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