Peter and the Starcatcher

September 30 – October 16, 2016

Peter and the Starcatcher

The Neverland you never knew.
A Play by Rick Elice, Music by Wayne Barker
based on the book by Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson
Directed by Teresa K. Pond

Molly Aster and her father, by order of Queen Victoria, are headed to dump a trunk of dangerous star-stuff into Mount Jalapeño, when they are separated by a pirate attack. In this irreverent, whimsical comedy with music filled with wacky theatricality, Molly encounters some lost boys who help her battle a pirate captain and his sidekick Smee. Molly searches for her father and the orphans take up residence on an island where dreams are born and time is whatever you wish it to be. Discover how a captain gets his hook and a crocodile gets his tick-tock.

Performances in the Sydney Laurence Theatre at the Alaska Center for the Performing Arts.

Thursday 9/29 – 7:30pm *Pay-As-You-Can Preview*
Friday 9/30 – 7:30pm
Saturday 10/1 – 2:00pm
Saturday 10/1 – 7:30pm
Sunday 10/2 – 4:00pm
Thursday 10/6 – 7:30pm
Friday 10/7 – 7:30pm
Saturday 10/8 – 7:30pm
Sunday 10/9 – 4:00pm
Wednesday 10/12 – 7:30pm
Thursday 10/13 – 7:30pm
Friday 10/14 – 7:30pm
Saturday 10/15 – 7:30pm
Sunday 10/16 – 4:00pm

 

Molly Aster/Ensemble Sylvia Kwan*
The Black Stache/Ensemble Kelly Rossberg
Boy (Peter)/Ensemble Austin Roach
Ted/Ensemble Theo Houck
Prentiss/Ensemble Richard Carter
Smee/Ensemble John Galas
Alf/Ensemble Dave Dahl
Lord Leonard Aster/Ensemble Frank Delaney
Captain Robert Falcon Scott/Ensemble José Isaza
Mrs. Bumbrake/Ensemble James Sullivan
Fighting Prawn/Grempkin/Teacher/Ensemble Hadassah Nelson
Bill Slank/Hawking Clam/Ensemble Jake Waid*

*Members of Actors Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers

Director Teresa K. Pond**
Music Director Todd Hunt
Choreographer Hali Duran
Fight Choreographer Frank Delaney
Scenic Designer Matt Allar
Costume Designer Elizabeth Rocha
Lighting Designer Dan Anteau
Sound Designer Amy Altadonna
Stage Manager Chris Schweiger*

*Members of Actors Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers
**The Director is a member of the Stage Directors and Choreographers Society,a national theatrical labor union.

Ticket Information

Friday/Saturday
Adults – $54.75
Seniors -$49.25
Student and Military – $38.00
Youth (under 18) – $35.00

Sunday-Thursday and Matinees
Adults – $43.75
Seniors – $38.00
Student and Military – $23.50
Youth (under 18) – $20.50

Visit our Centertix Subscription Page to subscribe.

SUBSCRIBER BENEFITS:

  • Best Seats/Priority Seating – Subscribers have access to the best seats available and have priority for upgrades upon renewal
  • Ticket Exchange – Ability to exchange tickets to any night of the same value with no additional service charge.
  • Lost Ticket Insurance – Lost or forgotten subscriber tickets can be reprinted at no charge.
  • Bring-A-Friend – Perseverance “Companion Fare” coupons with every package.
  • Exclusive Invitations to meet the artists involved.
  • Additional Discounts and email notifications about selected special events at the theatre.

In addition, we value your input and look forward to talking to you over the season about what you like and what we can do differently. You are part of our team!

Subscription Pricing

Fri/Sat Each 3pack 4pack 5pack
Regular $39.25 $117.75 $157.00 $196.25
Senior $35.00 $105.00 $140.00 $175.00
Military $26.25 $78.75 $105.00 $131.25
Student $26.25 $78.75 $105.00 $131.25
Youth $23.00 $69.00 $92.00 $115.00
Thu/Sun Each 3pack 4pack 5pack
Regular $30.50 $91.50 $122.00 $152.50
Senior $24.50 $73.50 $98.00 $122.50
Military $16.50 $49.50 $66.00 $82.50
Student $16.50 $49.50 $66.00 $82.50
Youth $13.50 $40.50 $54.00 $67.50
Wed Each 3pack 4pack 5pack
Regular $19.25 $57.75 $77.00 $96.25
Senior $15.75 $47.25 $63.00 $78.75
Military $11.25 $33.75 $45.00 $56.25
Student $11.25 $33.75 $45.00 $56.25
Youth $8.25 $24.75 $33.00 $41.25
Christmas Carol Add On Pre-Christmas Evenings Post Christmas and Matinees
Center Sides Center Sides
Regular $44.75 $39.25 $36.75 $31.50
Senior $39.25 $35.00 $31.50 $27.25
Student $31.50 $29.00 $21.75 $18.50
Military $31.50 $29.00 $21.75 $18.50
Youth $28.50 $25.75 $18.75 $15.25

Group Discounts
We offer a discount of 25% for groups of 10 or more. Call Centertix at 263-ARTS for more information.

Rush Tickets
$15 Rush Tickets will be made available for all performances beginning 30 minute before curtain. Seating is best available from the remaining unsold seats.

Military Discounts
Perseverance Theatre is pleased to partner with Blue Star Families to welcome military personnel to our performances. Tickets are discounted up to 40% from our regular adult price.

Venue

sl_auditoriumSydney Laurence Theatre

at the Alaska Center for the Performing Arts
621 W 6th Ave, Anchorage, AK 99501
907-263-ARTS(2787)

Perseverance at the PAC

Perseverance has been a resident company at the PAC since 2011, joining a group of Alaskan arts organizations including the Anchorage Opera, Anchorage Symphony, Anchorage Concert Association, Alaska Dance Theatre and more committed to bringing great performances to our audiences in this beautiful building. Great performances and great venues go hand in hand, and Perseverance is proud to be part of the work of the PAC and its resident companies to raise the quality of life in Alaska, and contribute vitality to the downtown core of Alaska’s largest city.

About the Sydney Laurence Theatre

The asymmetrical seating arrangement in the Laurence Theatre, with open boxes on the sides, creates a strong dramatic effect. The twilight palette of blues, grays and mauves is reinforced in the seating upholstery, designed by Alaskan resident Hugh McPeck, entitled Forest Floor.

Sydney Laurence (1865-1940) was the foremost painter of Alaskan landscapes. He came to Alaska in 1904 in search of gold and found painting to be more productive. His large canvas of Denali is part of the Smithsonian Institution’s National Collection of Fine Arts. The Anchorage Museum of History and Art has an entire gallery dedicated to his work.

The Sydney Laurence Theatre seats approximately 300 people across two levels.

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The Sydney Laurence Theatre at the Alaska Center for the Performing Arts

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