Bring the whole family along to a thrilling production of Peter and the Starcatcher, starring the one
and only Peter Pan! Catch a live show in Baltimore where you can watch the classic Disney character fly through the air! Peter
and the Starcatcher will be playing at the Hippodrome Theatre at the France-Merrick Performing Arts Center in Baltimore, MD
on May 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, and 18.
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this amazing show, you'll learn the backstory of Peter Pan himself, and witness a prequel to the J.M. Barrie novel Peter and
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The artwork for the Broadway production of Peter and the Starcatcher, which represents the play's fantastical content,
was designed by John W. Long, a woodwaker based in Vermont.
The play Peter and the Starcatcher is based
upon the 2006 novel of a related name by Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson. It was adapted for the stage by Rick Elice. After
the play premiered in California, it made its way to Off-Broadway in 2011, and finally opened on Broadway on April 15, 2012.
The production's Broadway run came to a close on January 20, 2013. It followed that up with another Off-Broadway opening at
New World Stages in March 2013, which closed in January 2014.
The play's California premiere took place at the La Jolla
Playhouse, running from February 13 through March 8, 2009. That production boasted direction by Roger Rees and Alex Timbers,
an instrumental score by Wayne Barker, and a cast starring Adam Green as Peter Pan. Peter and the Starcatcher's Off-Broadway
production played at New York Theatre Workshop, with performances kicking off on February 18, 2011. After a string of extensions,
the show finally came to a close on April 24, 2011. The cast of that show starred Celia Keenan-Bolger as Molly, Christian
Borle as Black Stache, and Adam Chanler-Berat as Peter.
The production's official Broadway opening took place at the
Brooks Atkinson Theatre on April 15, 2012, with previews launching on March 28. The original Broadway cast featured Christian
Borle as Black Stache, Celia Keenan-Bolger as Molly, Adam Chanler-Berat as Boy, Teddy Bergman as Fighting Prawn, Arnie Burton
as Mrs. Bumbrake, Matt D'Amico as Slank, Kevin Del Aguila as Smee, Carson Elrod as Prentiss, Greg Hildreth as Alf, Rick Holmes
as Lord Aster, Isaiah Johnson as Captain Scott, and David Rossmer as Ted. The Broadway production was produced by Nancy Nagel
Gibbs, Greg Schaffert, Eva Price, Tom Smedes, Disney Theatrical Productions, Suzan & Ken Wirth/DeBartolo Miggs, Catherine
Schreiber, Daveed D. Frazier/Mark Thompson, Jack Lane, Jane Dubin, Allan S. Gordon/Adam S. Gordon, Baer & Casserly/Nathan
Vernon, Rich Affannato/Peter Stern, Brunish & Trinchero/Laura Little Productions, Larry Hirschhorn/Hummel & Greene,
Jamie deRoy & Probo Prods./Radio Mouse Entertainment, Hugh Hysell/Freedberg & Dale, and New York Theatre Workshop.
Broadway production came to a close on January 20, 2013, following 18 previews and 319 performances. The show's Off-Broadway
reopening at New World Stages kicked off on March 18, 2013 and ended on January 12, 2014.
Awards and Nominations:
Broadway show Peter and the Starcatcher scored nominations for nine Tony Awards, which included Best Play, Best Score written
for the Theatre, Best Featured Actor in a Play (Borle), Best Featured Actress in a Play (Keenan-Bolger), and Best Direction
of a Play. The show won five of these awards: Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Role in a Play: Christian Borle;
Best Sound Design of a Play: Darron L. West; Best Costume Design of a Play: Paloma Young; Best Scenic Design of a Play: Donyale
Werle; and Best Lighting Design of a Play: Jeff Croiter.
In addition, the Broadway production earned three Broadway.com
Audience Choice Awards, which included Favorite Play; Favorite Actress: Celia Keenan-Bolger, and Favorite Funny Performance:
Christian Borle. It was also nominated for four Lucille Lortel Awards, which included Outstanding Play, Outstanding Choreographer:
Steven Hoggett,Outstanding Lead Actor: Christian Borle, and Outstanding Scenic Design: Donyale Werle. The show won two of
these awards: Outstanding Choreographer: Steven Hoggett and Outstanding Lead Actor: Christian Borle.