Tall Mom tiny baby: Peter and The Starcatcher Comes to PPAC #Giveaway

Peter and The Starcatcher Comes to PPAC #Giveaway

Monday, January 27, 2014

Time certainly seems to fly by, especially if you are a parent of a little one.  I often find myself looking down at my nine month old son, wishing he could just stay this age for a little while longer.  Why does this tiny baby insist upon growing and growing?  Why can't be just be like Peter Pan, The Boy Who Never Grew Up?

Well, speaking about growing up and the original Fly Boy, I wanted to let you know that Peter and the Starcatcher, a grown up's prequel to Peter pan, is coming to the Providence Performing Arts Center in just a couple of weeks.
Here's a little preview:

The innovative and imaginative musical play is based on the best-selling novel by Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson, and won five 2012 Tony Awards - the most of any play of the 2011-12 season!

PETER AND THE STARCATCHER is suitable for younger audiences but most enjoyable for those 10 and up, and additional show information can be found at www.peterandthestarcatcher.com.

The show will be in Rhode Island February 25- March 2, 2013, and tickets can be purchased through PPAC's website - here.
If you're a theater/musical theater fan, like myself, then you will certainly want to check this show out while you can! I am so excited that Peter and the Starcatcher is coming to our Creative Capitol!

Would you like to bring three of your friends or family members to go see the show? Well you can!  Just enter the giveaway below to enter to win a 4 pack of tickets for the performance on Thursday, February 27 at 7:30pm.

Good luck!

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3 comments:

  1. I would have to say my favorite is Peter Pan because as a mother of two young boys they remind me of him and his mischevious ways and sometimes my two year old thinks he can fly when he's on the top step of the stairs and flys at me to catch him. Life with boys!

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  2. I am a tinkerbell fan for sure!

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  3. My Fav character in this production of Peter is Molly, "It's supposed the hurt, that's how you know it meant something." <3

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