You may be familiar with the wonderful children’s novel Peter & The Starcatcher by Dave Barry & Ridley Pearson, which is the Peter Pan prequel that tells the story of how a lost boy became Peter Pan.
The 5 Tony Award winning Broadway show, Peter & the Starcatcher, based on the popular book, has hit a chord with kids (over 10 years) and adults. (I’m going with my husband!) There are only 12 actors, but the play has 112 parts. It’s a simple set, but it’s handcrafted from bottle caps and lost and found items.
It has gotten amazing reviews and blog press and I’m dying to see it…so I’m thrilled that we are able to give away a family 4 pack of theater tickets to see the musical and announce their “Buy One Ticket Get One Free” offer.
The reviews have been wildly enthusiastic: (even from the NY Times, whose review is over the top laudatory.)
THE MOST EXHILARATING BROADWAY STORYTELLING IN DECADES! YOU MUST EXPERIENCE IT FOR YOURSELF.”
Ben Brantley —The New York Times
“ASTONISHING. Superbly directed by Roger Rees and Alex Timbers.”
John Lahr —The New Yorker
“MIRACULOUS. Spectacle, wit, and joy spill out of this production like treasure from a magic pocket.”
Justin Davidson —New York Magazine
“AN ABSURDLY FUNNY FANTASTICAL JOURNEY!”
Melissa Rose Bernardo —Entertainment Weekly
“THIS SHOW SOARS DELIRIOUSLY HIGH AND GLORIOUSLY FAR.”
David Cote —Time Out New York
Buy One Get One Free Offer:
Visit here and enter the code FAMILY1 by September 30th for tickets now through October 12.
The winner will receive 4 tickets for seating to Peter & the Starcatcher,
To enter the giveaway, leave a review on our new Marketplace for any business or service. Once you have done that, just email me (karen_at_achildgrows.com) that you left a review and for whom. You can do as many reviews/entries as you like! The more you do the better your chances!
Entries will be taken through Thursday, October 4th, 2012 at 10 pm. Good luck! I will announce the winner on Friday, October 5th on both Facebook and on a comment here.
If you aren’t the winner- here is how you get tickets:
Tickets range from $59.00 to $129.00. Click here to buy or call Ticketmaster at 877-250-2929. The show is 2 hours and 15 minutes with one intermission.
Details: The Brooks Atkinson Theatre is located at 256 West 47th Street, between Broadway and 8th Avenue. Click here for the map.