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Peter and the Starcatcher (Introduction by Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson) (Introduction by Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson): The Annotated Script of the Broadway Play (Peter and the Starcatchers) The Hilarious Script For The Broadway Play Peter And The Starcatcher Is Presented Along With Commentary By The Playwright, The Directors, The Composer, The Set Designer, And Our Own Dave Barry And Ridley Pearson Filled With Behind The Scenes Information And Photos Of The Cast And Crew, This Annotated Script Will Enchant And Entertain Fans Of The Book And The Play Alike.


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10 thoughts on “Peter and the Starcatcher (Introduction by Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson) (Introduction by Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson): The Annotated Script of the Broadway Play (Peter and the Starcatchers)

  1. says:

    Einfach toll Das St ck hat super witzige Dialoge, die Story ist fantastisch genial und auch die Kommentare vom Autor und anderen Mitwirkenden sind total informativ Nat rlich ersetzt es nicht den Besuch dieses tollen Theaterst cks l uft momentan am Off Broadway New World Stages Theater in NYC , aber...


  2. says:

    Great play, while reading I could almost see and hear the actors, even though I haven t seen the play yet.


  3. says:

    As a big fan of Barrie s original play of Peter Pan much than the better known musical adaptation , I was curious what I d make of this award winning prequel stage adaptation of Barry Pearson s children s book especially in how co directors Rees and Timbers utilized a bare bone aesthetics and theatrical imagination to bring the script to life Unfortunately, the annotations are rather skimpy on such information, but the copious photos do help


  4. says:

    Read as possible title for our spring show This is a show that might be better seen Act Two a lot better with some great witty comedy Liked it a good read, but didn t love it


  5. says:

    Loved the play the annotated script is also fun


  6. says:

    The prequel to the timeless story of Peter Pan, this feature length play does everything right by vocalizing the dreaded transition from child to adult Peter Pan s growing up complex is ever present as the play continues preludes the themes of childhood, heartlessness, motherhood and the search for a commonplace With all great scripts and or screenplays, the ability to visualize the production and or film becomes a simple task Yet, Peter and the St


  7. says:

    I was drawn to the books on which this play was based thanks to my love for Dave Barry and his historical, fictional predecessor, Peter Pan Every time I come across someone who s never heard of Dave, I feel a need to clap my hands and chant, I do believe in Dave, I do, I do The curious thing critics noted at the publication of the first book, on which this play is based, was that Dave, and his co writer Ridley Pearson, chose a somewhat moderate direc


  8. says:

    This book is a great read, it is the prequel to Peter Pan but in a play form When Molly goes aboard a ship called the Neverland accompanied by her nanny Mrs.Bumbrake, her curiosity gets the best of her and she follows a sailor named Alf When Alf leaves she meets three boys The first named Prentiss who thinks he is the leader of the group, Ted who is completely food obsessed, and a strange boy named Boy Molly takes the boys from under the ship and takes


  9. says:

    Most people have seen, or at least know, the story of Peter Pan, the lost boys, Captain Hook, Wendy, and all the other characters created by J M Barrie Since the play s opening in 1904, it has become a novel, a movie, a musical, and a perennial favorite But did you ever wonder what Peter and the Lost Boys were doing before they came to Neverland How Peter Pan and Captain Hook met Why does the crocodile have a clock inside How did Tinkerbell come into bei


  10. says:

    Elice s adaptation of Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson s young adult book is wonderful, creating a play that s fun than any prior stage update of the old J.M Barrie This is a play that is made or failed by the embellishments of comic actors, by physical action, and by the very clever use of simple objects like ropes to delineate a variety of different locations for the action, so even though the script is good, reading it can t completely recreate the live e


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