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A Starcatcher apprentice and a young orphan boy take to the high seas in this whimsical Peter Pan origin story.
A wildly theatrical, hilarious and innovative retelling of how a miserable orphan came to be The Boy Who Never Grew Up, Peter And The Starcatcher upends the century-old legend of Peter Pan.
(n) an individual appointed by her majesty the Queen of England to dispose of starstuff so people with evil intentions are unable to use it
(n) dust that falls from shooting stars and possesses incredibly magical properties
13-year-old Molly Aster, a Starcatcher Apprentice, finds herself in the company of pirates, a giant crocodile, and angry Mollusks as she and three orphan boys (one of whom happens to be unnamed) attempt to return a trunk of precious starstuff to her father. Adventures abound as they're pursued my a mustached pirate captain and his sidekick Smee. Along the way Molly learns what it means to grow-up and is reunited with her father. The nameless orphan and his friends take up residence on this island where dreams are born and time is never planned - the island where that nameless orphan is christened Peter Pan. Peter And The Starcatcher is a theatrical jackpot! Featuring a dozen actors portraying more than 100 unforgettable characters, this dream to produce uses their enormous talent, ingenious stagecraft and the limitless possibilities of imagination to bring the story to life. It can be buffed up or parred down technically to fit the specific needs and abilities of any theatre company. Not to mention, it's a story adults and children alike will delight in hearing.
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Between 1967 and 1973, three different musical stage versions of Gone with the Wind were performed in Japan, the latter of which was the most popular and ran six hours.