PETER AND THE STARCATCHER
SEPTEMBER 20–OCTOBER 18, 2013
Discover the Neverland you never knew in this regional premiere, straight from Broadway and five Tony Awards. It is a wildly theatrical, hilarious, and innovative story of how an orphan came to be Peter Pan, how the captain got his hook, and where all those lost boys came from. You won’t want to miss this epic tale of one of the world’s most enduring and beloved characters.
SEPTEMBER 19–OCTOBER 19, 2013
Shining a poetic spotlight on the beginning of the War of the Roses, this tragic tale perfectly mixes Shakespeare’s lush language with the history of England. In the process, it reveals a sensitive but flawed king, Richard II, who is deposed by his efficient but passionless cousin, Henry IV, raising questions about the crown, order, and the role of government.
THE MARVELOUS WONDERETTES
SEPTEMBER 18–OCTOBER 19, 2013
At turns hilarious and somber, touching and hugely entertaining, this play centers on Jake and Charlie—and the numerous roles they play onstage and in life. This two-man, fifteen character comedy/drama won raves in 2005 at the Festival and is back by popular demand, featuring David Ivers and Brian Vaughn who first brought this host of characters to the Festival stage.
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