Peter The Starcatcher

Peter The Starcatcher Tickets


Peter and the Starcatcher is a play that has captivated millions since it made its debut just over four years ago. This hilarious theatrical experience takes viewers through a hilarious yet fascinating story of an orphan boy. His life takes a new direction when he meets young Molly. The play acts as a perfect prelude to Peter and Wendy and the magical world and adventures of Peter Pan. It had received a lot of praise from every corner and that is one of the reasons why Peter and the Starcatcher tickets are still in hot demand.

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Peter and the Starcatcher


La Jolla Playhouse (2009)


5 Tony Awards

Peter and the Starcatcher is a theatrical adaptation of novel written by Ridley Pearson and Dave Berry. It was brought on stage by none other than Rick Elice who has also written Jersey Boys. The directorial responsibilities were handed over to Alex Timbers and Roger Rees duo. Steve Hogget took over as the choreographer.
First Productions
Peter and the Starcatcher made its debut a day before Valentine's Day of the year 2009. The venue was the La Jolla Playhouse in California. Wayne Baker provided the instrumental music for the play. It ran for five days before closing on 13th February. The play then made its way to Off-Broadway where it made it had its premiere on New York Theatre Workshop on 18th February, 2011. The production went pretty well before getting off stage just over two months later on 24th April.
Broadway and Later
The time had now come for it to make its way to Broadway. Previews began on 28th March, 2012 with the curtain being raised on its opening on 15th April. The Brooks Atkinson Theatre provided the stage for its debut on Broadway. The production was a rousing success that ran for an impressive three hundred and nineteen shows.
Peter and the Starcatcher then returned Off-Broadway, this time to the New World Stages on 18th March, 2013 and has been playing at the venue since then. The success of the play then paved the way for the creative team to think about putting it on the road as a touring production. That particular stint is scheduled to begin in August, 2013.
Peter and the Starcatcher was a huge hit right from the very beginning. It earned nine Tony Awards nominations and won five of them in categories Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Role in a play, Best Costume Design of a Play, Best Lighting Design of a Play, Best Scenic Design of a Play and Best Sound Design of a Play. On top of that it has also managed to garner three Audience Choice Awards and five Broadway World Audience Choice Awards for its amazing onstage exploits. If that wasn't enough, Peter and the Starcatcher also captured two Lucille Lortel Awards, one Drama Desk Award, one Tina Award and one Obie Award to rank among the most successful theatrical productions of its era.


Did You Know?

  • Only twelve artists play over hundred different roles in the play.
  • The original novel Peter and the Starcatchers is a New York Times best selling publication.
  • Adam Green played the role of Peter Pan in its debut production at the La Jolla Playhouse.
  • The art creation was done by John W. Long for the Broadway production.
  • John W. Long's work also brought him to the attention of The New York Times.