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The play is best thought of as a prequel to Peter Pan—while giving you an almost completely new view of the story.

LVLT’s 'Peter and the Starcatcher' doesn’t quite fly high enough

July 20th, 2016

The play is best thought of as a prequel to Peter Pan—while giving you an almost completely new view of the story.

  • Rick Pulos' solo show felt like a manipulation of sentiment, rather than an actual exploration of character, setting or conflict.

  • The talent onstage could not be denied, which resulted in multiple standing ovations.

  • It's not a kick-line and smile kind of musical, hewing closer to a modern sensibility with an intimate, realistic story that uses music as a ...

  • “It’s mystery, intrigue, a damn good time—and excellent cocktails.”

  • "I mistrust musical re-treads of pop culture, because too often they rely on nostalgia to present a tepid show that exists only as a product ...

  • A doctor's invention, applied to the nether regions, alleviates women of their hysteria.

  • "We have a troupe that performs an improvised comic book. We have a version of live drunk history, improvised plays and musicals—and our headliner, Jetzo, ...

  • A well-rounded slate of nine musicals ranging from family-friendly to classic to new.

  • This is not for the squeamish, easily offended or faint of heart—because this show will stomp all over yours.

  • Spiegelworld’s latest offering is a faux-educational experience that promises to get everyone in the audience laid.

  • “It’s an experience that cannot be reduced to a sound bite.”

  • What is essential for one person to communicate with another?

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