Peter and the Star Catcher

A Play by Rick Elice • Based on the Novel by Dave Berry and Ridley Pearson • Music by Wayne Baker
 
“Peter and the Starcatcher” upends the story of how an orphan becomes Peter Pan, a boy who never grows up. When Peter and his mates are shipped off from Victorian England to a distant island, they know nothing of some precious cargo that must never fall into the wrong hands. From marauding pirates and jungle tyrants to unwilling comrades and unlikely heroes, the play explores not only greed and despair but also friendship, duty and love. Rated PG
 
Produced by special arrangement with Music Theatre International
 
November 10, 11, 12 at 7:30 p.m. in Werner Centennial Center
 
CAST
 
 
THE ORPHANS
Boy (Peter)                        
Prentiss                               
Ted                                       
 
THE BRITISH SUBJECTS
Lord Leonard Aster             
Molly Aster                          
Mrs. Bumbrake                     
Capt Robert Falcoln Scott    
Grempkin                              
 
THE SEAFARERS
Slank                                     
Alf                                         
Greggors/Mack                    
Black Stache                         
Smee                                     
Sånchez                                
 
THE NATIVES
Fighting Prawn                     
Hawking Clam                       
Teacher                                  
 
 
Daniel Pinckney ‘20
Kaitlyn Eddy ‘19
Eugene Kim ‘19
 
 
Jackson Andrews ‘17
Dylan Foster ‘20
Becca Gavel ‘18
Curtis Brockelman ‘19
Hannah Kaye ‘19
 
 
Hyeonjo Jeong ‘17
Curtis Brockelman ‘19
Chris Turino ‘20
Cornelius Nicholas ‘17
Leif Fosse-Greiner ‘17
Julia Krys ‘17

 
Yifeng Zhang ‘17
Gary Simons ‘17
Fiona Fan ‘17
 
ORPHANS/SHIPMATES/PIRATES/NATIVES
Dallis Alvarez ’18, Elizabeth Brewer ’17, Gabby Brown ’17, Mairead DeFronzo ’20, Natalie Fay 19, Annie Hicks ’17, Johanna Hultin ’18, Allison Kijanka ’20, Malcolm Kleban ’20, Elena Lie-A-Cheong ’17, Ally Lynch ’17, Nathali Madrid ’17, Lily Mahoney ’17, Sam Monte ’17, Sofi Morales Alvarado ’19, Chloe Sealy ’18, Annie Sherbacow ’19, Maddie Vanech ’19, Shaunna Walsh ’20
 
 
CREW
 
 
TECHNICAL DIRECTOR
Bill Liebert
 
STAGE MANAGEMENT
Anissa Joseph ‘17
Jordan Clapprood ‘18
Celenah Watson ‘19     
 
 
 
 

Production Stage Manager
Assistant Stage Manager
Assistant Stage Manager
PRODUCTION CREW
Merlin Ennis ’17, Cameron Gould ’17, Myrrha Lemiere ’19, Justin Liu ’18, Donatella Mancinone ’18, Shanntal Morel ’17, Dorka Nagy ’19, Jimmy Zhang ’18, Vernita Zhai ’20, Chris Zheng ‘17
 
 
 


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