Monday, June 17, 2013


Winner of 5 Tony Awards

Coming to the Bank of America Theatre
April 2 – 13, 2014
Broadway In Chicago is thrilled to announce that five‐time Tony Award® winning PETER AND THE  STARCATCHER, written by Tony Award nominee Rick Elice and directed by Tony® Award‐winner Roger Rees and Tony® Award‐nominee Alex Timbers, will play Chicago’s Bank of America Theatre (18 West Monroe) from April 2 – 13, 2014.

PETER AND THE STARCATCHER, a grown up’s prequel to Peter Pan, is the innovative and imaginative musical play based on the best‐selling novel by Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson. A company of a dozen actors play more than a hundred unforgettable characters, all on a journey to answer the century‐old question: How did Peter Pan become The Boy Who Never Grew Up? This epic origin story of popular culture’s most enduring and beloved character proves that your imagination is the most captivating place in the world.

New York Times hails PETER AND THE STARCATCHER as "the most exhilarating storytelling on Broadway in decades,” Entertainment Weekly calls PETER AND THE STARCATCHER, “an absurdly funny fantastical journey,” and Time Out New York raves “this show soars deliriously high and gloriously far.”

The design team of PETER AND THE STARCATCHER includes Donyale Werle (Scenic Design), Paloma Young (Costume Design), Jeff Croiter (Lighting Design), Darron L West (Sound Design), who all won Tony Awards for their work on the show, along with Steven Hoggett (Movement), Wayne Barker (Music), Jacob Grigolia‐Rosenbaum (Fight Direction), Marco Paguia (Music Supervision), and Greg Anthony (Music Direction).

PETER AND THE STARCATCHER is suitable for younger audiences but most enjoyable for 10+.


PETER AND THE STARCATCHER is part of the Broadway In Chicago 2014 Spring Season. Group tickets for 10 or more are now on sale by calling Broadway In Chicago Group Sales at (312) 977‐1710. Individual tickets for 

PETER AND THE STARCATCHER will go on sale at a later date. For more information, visit or

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