Tag Archive: PeterPan

‘Peter Pan,’ at NSMT, is standing the test of time

BEVERLY – The true test of a musical score doesn’t come the first time you hear it, though once is often enough to determine the songs  are strong enough to stand on their… Continue reading

‘Neverland’ is great fun, but score holds it back

BOSTON – “Finding Neverland” could have been – maybe should have been – a great musical. After all, the work that is at the heart of the piece – J.M. Barrie’s classic “Peter… Continue reading

‘Starcatcher’: Peter Pan before he took flight

BOSTON – The story of “Peter Pan” has reverberated across the various media – books, stage, TV, film — ever since J.M. Barrie’s play “Peter Pan” debuted in 1904 and led to his… Continue reading

Second star to the right, and on to Broadway

  CAMBRIDGE — Move over, Cathy Rigby, Peter Pan is again flying on a Boston-area stage, even if  “Finding Neverland” is really about the author of “Peter Pan,” J.M. Barrie, and his relationship… Continue reading