Monday, January 28, 2013

Peter Pan with Cathy Rigby Flies into the Palace

PeterPan and TigerLilly. Photo: Michael Lamonte
The Palace Theater will become home to a band of pirates, fairies and Lost Boys when the national touring Broadway production of Peter Pan starring Cathy Rigby flies into Waterbury for four performances, Feb. 15-17.

Peter Pan is a timeless musical full of magical moments, high-flying stunts and action-packed sword fights sure to “hook” audiences of all ages. Join Wendy, her brothers and Peter Pan as they seek adventure on the enchanted island of Neverland while battling Captain Hook and his band of pirates.

An adaptation of J.M. Barrie’s classic story, this all-new stage production brings Peter Pan to new heights with a fantastic cast that includes Tony® Nominated actress Rigby in the title role. Rigby, who first played Peter Pan in 1990, continues to bring joy to the role 23 years later. Before playing “the boy who won’t grow up,” Rigby was an Olympic gymnast. In 2002, she also starred in the Broadway production of Seussical the Musical as “Cat-In-The-Hat.”  

Before the Friday evening performance on Feb.15, the Palace Theater will host a 6 pm dinner in the Poli Club, located on the theater’s mezzanine level. The three-course dinner, catered by Emily’s Catering Group, is $62.50 per person, which includes tax, service fees, coffee and tea. A cash bar is also available. Seating is limited and reservations can be made when buying tickets through the box office.

Tickets for Peter Pan are $70, $60 and $50: 203-346-2000, www.palacetheaterct.org, box office, 100 East Main St., Waterbury.

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