Easy Street Productions Presents Peter and the Star Catcher

May 5, 2017

May 5, 2017

19:30 To 21:30



Event Description

Tickets go on sale March 9th for your unforgettable journey through the Neverland you never knew.  May 5th – 14th, DeYor’s intimate Ford Family Recital Hall stage is transformed for Easy Street Productions’ much-anticipated “Peter And The Starcatcher.”

Winner of five Tony Awards for its hugely successful run on Broadway, this fascinating and funny prequel upends the century-old story of how a miserable orphan boy becomes the legendary Peter Pan.

Join Starcatcher apprentice Molly as she embarks on a daring mission to stop a precious cargo of stardust from falling into the hands of the villainous Black Stache. And meet a very special orphan and help solve the mystery of how he became ‘the boy who never grew up.’

Twelve actors playing more than 100 characters use ingenious stagecraft, inventive storytelling and live music to whisk audiences to a magical world of lost boys, pirates, and mermaids!

Show times:
Fri., May 5th at 7:30
Sat., May 6th at 7:30
Fri., May 12th at 7:30
Sat. May 13th at 7:30
Sun. May 14th at 2:30 (Mother’s Day Matinee Brunch Available)

Ticket prices:
$17.00, $23.00, $29.00 (On sale March 9th)

DeYor PAC box office: 330-744-0264

Peter – Wil Arnim 
Molly – Lizzie Amstutz, Natalie Kovacs (Alternate performances)
Black Stache – Todd Hancock 
Lord Aster – Tom O’Donnell 
Smee – Jason Greene 
Mrs. Bumbrake/Teacher – Maureen Collins
Alf – Brendan Boyle 
Captain Scott – Tony Lape 
Prentiss – Isaac Powell
Ted – PJ Fernandez 
Slank/Fighting Prawn – Zach Bernat 
Grempkin/Mack/Sánchez/Hawking Clam – Ben Bogen

Music Director/ Percussion – Don Yallech
Keyboards – Rick Blackson

How to Register?

Tickets Available the DeYor Performing Arts Center Box Office
or at the DeYor PAC website.

Show times:
Fri., May 5th at 7:30
Sat., May 6th at 7:30
Fri., May 12th at 7:30
Sat. May 13th at 7:30
Sun. May 14th at 2:30 (Mother’s Day Matinee Brunch Available)

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