Preview of 'Peter Pan' at the Palace Theater

Peter Pan starring Cathy Rigby Flies into Waterbury for Four Performances


Peter Pan starring Cathy Rigby Flies into Waterbury for Four Performances

WATERBURY—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, February 15-17. Tickets for the Webster Bank Broadway Series presentation are $70, $60, and $50 can be purchased by phone at 203-346-2000, online at www.palacetheaterct.org, or in person at the box office, 100 East Main Street in Waterbury.

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 Cathy 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.” 

Starring alongside Ms. Rigby is Broadway’s Brent Barrett as Mr. Darling/Hook.  Brent has appeared in Broadway’s Chicago, Annie Get Your Gun, and West Side Story as well as London’s West End. Joining them is Kim Crosby as Mrs. Darling, who played “Cinderella” in the original production of Sondheim’s Into the Woods and has also appeared in Guys and Dolls and Jerry’s Girls

Before the Friday evening performance on February 15, the Palace Theater will host a 6pm 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.

Since 1990, Peter Pan starring Cathy Rigby has made four appearances on Broadway.  The show has received four Tony® Nominations including “Best Revival of a Musical” and “Best Actress in a Musical.”  The production has also appeared on the A&E Television Network for which it received four Emmy Award Nominations and one Emmy Award.

Peter Pan is the third production in the Palace Theater’s 2012-2013 Webster Bank Broadway Series and is sponsored in part by Adam Broderick Salon and Spa and Waterbury Hospital’s “Thank God I’m Female” Women’s Wellness Forum.

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Nancy Sasso Janis February 12, 2013 at 11:45 PM
BLIZZARD BLOW-OUT SAVE 50% ON *REMAINING PETER PAN TICKETS FOUR PERFORMANCES FEBRUARY15-17 Wish you could "fly away" from all the snow? Then here's a "happy thought" to help you beat the blizzard blues! Starting today, February 12, all remaining tickets to this Friday's Opening Night performance of Peter Pan starring Cathy Rigby are now 50% OFF! Not "Hooked" yet? Then how about this - For all three remaining shows (Saturday/Sunday matinee and Saturday evening) all mid to upper mezzanine tickets will also be 50% OFF! This is no fairytale - We're talking $25-$35 savings per ticket! Call the Box Office at 203-346-2000 or just look for the "Blizzard Discount" price online! *Some restrictions apply. Offer not valid on previous purchases. BUY TICKETS NOW Before they fly out the door!.
Nancy Sasso Janis February 16, 2013 at 02:58 PM
My review of 'Peter Pan' is here: http://woodbury-middlebury.patch.com/blog_posts/peter-pan-my-review


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