Peter and the Starcatcher

Peter and the Starcatcher

Written by: Dave Barry & Ridley Pearson
Adapted by Rick Elice
Directed by Mathew Green


Join us for this family friendly production of “Peter and the Starcatcher”! You'll be introduced to the young orphan who would become Peter Pan, as well as some dastardly pirates, some lost boys, and a very brave girl named Molly. Thirteen actors will portray a hundred characters in sea battles, jungle adventures, and other exciting escapades. It's a wildly theatrical journey into the imagination for kids, grown-ups, and those who will never grow up.

Peter and the Starcatcher Cast
Black Stache: Jace Jamison
Molly: Emaline Johnson
Boy (Peter): Jess Schlipf
Smee: Rachel Hejmanowski
Lord Aster: Lincoln Machula
Mrs. Bumbrake: Zoë Dunn
Alf: Tommy Howie
Prentiss: Parker Evans
Ted: Thom Billam
Bill Slank / Hawking Clam: Laura Alcantara
Sanchez / Grempkin: Stephanie Swearingen
Mack / Fighting Prawn: Sam Gegg
Captain Scott: Wesley Bennett

 

Venue: Harold and Jean Miner Theatre

7:30 pm Performances

November 14, 15, 16, 22, 23. Audience, cast and crew talkback on Nov. 14.

3 pm Performances

November 17 (*Sensory Safe Performance), 24

Reserve tickets here 

** There will be a special sensory safe (lights up, sound down) performance of Peter and the Starcatcher on Sunday, November 17th at 3pm. House lights will be on and the volume of sound effects and music will be turned down. Patrons are encouraged to move about the house during the performance as needed. For questions please contact our box office at 217-351-2528.

Reservations are strongly encouraged. The ticket office will be open two hours prior to each Performance. In the event of a sold-out performance tickets not picked up 15 minutes prior to a performance time will be released. 

 

 
Tickets:  Adult $20  | Student/Youth/Senior/Veteran $18 | Group (10 or more) $16  |  Opening night is half-price night  |  Season tickets available

To request accessibility-related accommodations, please contact the Theatre at 217/351-2528, or email Theatre@parkland.edu. Please submit all requests two weeks in advance of your participation or visit.