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Peter and the Starcatcher
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Peter and the Starcatcher

Mar 18, 2013 - Jan 12, 2014
Running time: 2:20
PLAYING @
New World Stages
340 West 50th Street
New York City, NY 10019
PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION
By Subway: C, E to 50th Street #1 IRT - West 50th Street and Broadway
By Bus: M 11 via 9th Avenue
Show Description:

Cast

Christian Borle, Adam Chanler-Berat, Celia Keenan-Bolger

Director

Roger Rees and Alex Timbers

Written By

Rick Elice

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ADDITIONAL INFO

Age Guidance: 10

ACCESSIBILITY INFO

Wheelchairs
Wheelchair Seating: row J in the orchestra, some transfer seats on the aisle
Elevator\Escalator
Everything is accessible with escalators and an elevator but the space itself is large, requiring a bit of walking
Passenger Loading Zone
Front of Entrance
Parking
Street parking located on 49th St., 50th St., NWS also uses ParkWhiz- https://www.parkwhiz.com/new-world-stages-parking/
Curb Ramps
None available
Entrance
Complex has a street level entrance, with elevators. • This theatre is located underground with three levels: the main floor, the mezzanine level (one floor down), and the orchestra level (another floor down)
Box Office
Lobby on main level • Street to Lobby (Box Office): no steps, ground floor • Box Office windows are wheelchair accessible
Restroom
• Mens’s & Women’s (Orchestra-North): multiple stalls + 1 accessible stall, changing table • Mens’s & Women’s (Mezzanine-South): multiple stalls + 1 accessible stall • Gender Neutral (Orchestra-Center): single stall
Water Fountain
Outside of restroom Orchestra-North - wheelchair accessible.
Telephone
None on premises
Assisted Listening System
Available at coat check (north side of the orchestra), provide ID
Visual Assistance
Available upon request
Translation
None on premises

VIDEOS

REVIEWS

Staged with unending inventiveness by Roger Rees and Alex Timbers...None of [it] could be achieved if the actors didn’t have a level of synchronicity and reciprocal trust that you associate with master ballet troupes...It’s the most exhilarating example of locomotive storytelling on Broadway since the Royal Shakespeare Company’s Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby visited three decades ago.

- Ben Brantley, The New York Times
Has [this] dazzlingly fun riff on the Peter Pan legend that lit up the intimate New York Theatre Workshop last season...lost any of its luster in a trip to the Never Never Land of Broadway?...I'm happy to report that Peter has not given up a speck of its fairy dust–infused whimsy. This is a celebration of youth and of the power of theater to inspire children and adults alike...In one of the most hysterical over-the-top performances New York has seen in years, Borle channels Peter Sellers' Inspector Clouseau, Johnny Depp's Jack Sparrow, and Cyril Ritchard's Captain Hook, yet he gives this foppish cutthroat his own stamp.

- David Sheward, Backstage
Dotty, dastardly, and immensely entertaining...Peter and the Starcatcheroccupies fresh, fertile entertainment terrain, a hybrid blend of a Gilbert and Sullivan operetta, a Monty Python skit, and a Saturday morning cartoon. There’s enough cross-dressing, punmanship, and vertiginous invention to make Lewis Carroll look like a drudge in comparison.

- Liesl Schillinger, Vogue

ARTICLES

TDF's Stage Doors Sends Students to "Peter and the Starcatcher"

Jun 19, 2012

Many of the students had never been to the theatre before

Apr 19, 2012

How the actress became an action heroine for "Peter and the Starcatcher"