August 29, 2015

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PLAYBILL EXCLUSIVE: Finding Neverland Previews Fully-Orchestrated "In the Blink of An Eye"

New musical Finding Neverland, based on the 2004 film about J.M. Barrie and the family who inspired the tale of Peter Pan, is preparing for its world premiere at the Curve Theatre in Leicester, U.K. Academy and Tony Award winner Harvey Weinstein is producing the musical, which has a book by Allan Knee (based on his play of the same title) with music by Tony Award-nominated songwriters Scott Frankel and Michael Korie. Julian Ovenden stars opposite Rosalie Craig. Performances begin Sept. 21 under the direction of Tony Award winner Rob Ashford. Playbill shares this exclusive look at "In the Blink of An Eye," a lush and fully-orchestrated duet for characters J.M. Barrie and Sylvia Liewellyn Davies. For more on the show, click here.








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