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Peter and the Starcatcher

When:
February 21, 2019 @ 8:00 pm – 10:30 pm
2019-02-21T20:00:00-05:00
2019-02-21T22:30:00-05:00
Where:
Vokes Theatre
Boston Post Rd Wayland
MA
Cost:
$23 for Thursday evenings and Saturday matinees; $28 for Friday & Saturday evenings.
Peter and the Starcatcher @ Vokes Theatre

The Vokes Players of Wayland present Peter and the Starcatcher, directed by Katie Swimm. Performances will be held at Beatrice Herford’s Vokes Theatre, Route 20 in Wayland, MA from February 21st through March 9th , Thursday-Saturday evenings at 8pm with a 2pm matinee on Saturdays, March 2 and 9. For tickets and information call 508-358-4034, or order online via the Vokes’ website www.vokesplayers.org. Ticket prices are $23 for Thursday evenings and Saturday matinees; $28 for Friday & Saturday evenings.

By turns exhilarating and enchanting, silly and preposterous, this breathless, inventive theatrical experience utilizes a healthy dose of stage magic to help us locate our own individual imaginations. Peter and the Starcatcher tells the story of three orphaned boys who are sold into slavery at the same time that a special assignment is being undertaken by Lord Aster and his daughter Molly for the Queen. Descriptive language and staging tell a story of two ships on the ocean, one carrying “star stuff,” the other carrying a young boy without a name, without a family, and without a purpose. When these ships and missions collide, this unnamed boy’s fate becomes entwined with magic, danger, a girl with special powers, an evil pirate captain, and yes, a crocodile. This is an origin story that will delight and surprise you. Its magic will lure you back to a time when you believed in Neverland, too.

The cast for the show includes: Lincoln Gray (Somerville), Megan McCormick (Somerville), AJ Lyman
(Malden), Shira Cahn-Lipman (Ashland), Dan Pickar (Malden), Tristyn Sepersky (Brighton), Kathleen
Comber (Roslindale), Josh Telepman (Northboro), Bob Mulloney (West Roxbury), Sally Reid (Marlboro),
Michael Jay (Needham), and Lisa Tierney (Sharon). The director, Katie Swimm, is from Jamaica Plain.

The historic Beatrice Herford’s Vokes Theatre in Wayland is one of the truly unique cultural and historical resources in Metrowest. The Vokes Players is a non-profit theatrical organization. Peter and the Starcatcheris the second production of our 2018-19 season. The theatre is wheelchair accessible.

For more information about the Vokes Players, visit our website – www.vokesplayers.org.

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