“Read to your children.”
[sws_pullquote_right] Broadway Theatre League presents…
Peter & The Starcatchers
March 6-8, 2015
Fri. at 8:00 PM
Sat. at 2 and 8:00 PM
Sun. at 2 and 7:30 PM
VBC Concert Hall [/sws_pullquote_right]Any parent worth their salt knows the importance of this piece of Parenting 101 advice. Reading to babies and young kids helps develop language, establishes a night-time routine, and is the perfect bonding activity for families.
But what about older kids? How many of you still read out loud to your ten year-old?
Peter and the Starcatcher is the perfect book to give it a try – the story is familiar across generations and kids will love the fast-paced adventure. This Peter Pan prequel is also a five-book series, a good thing because you won’t want the story to end.
Now that Broadway Theatre League is bringing the acclaimed show to Huntsville next weekend, parents have a unique opportunity to heighten the reading-together experience even more. Read the book then watch the show, or watch the show then read the book! It doesn’t matter which order you do it, your kids will never forget their Mom & Dad Bookclub!
More About the Show
If you have ever wondered how Peter Pan became The Boy Who Never Grew Up, find out at “Peter and the Starcatcher” March 6th-8th at the VBC in Huntsville.
The swashbuckling prequel to Peter Pan, is an adventure the whole family will enjoy. Based on the best-selling novel by Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson, it provides a humorous and fantastical backstory for the beloved character of Peter Pan and his arch-nemesis Captain Hook and takes a romp through the Neverland you never knew.
Peter & the Starcatcher Tickets
Tickets start at $17 students and $37 adults PLUS there is a special family-four pack for just $88! Purchases can be made at the Broadway Theatre League office in the Von Braun Center or by calling BTL at (256) 518-6155 or (256) 551-2378.
More information about purchasing tickets online or by phone HERE.
Stephenie has worked with and around books and authors for over 12 years, both at retail booksellers and public libraries. She is a rare Huntsville native, mother of two high-energy teens and two ridiculous dogs, spouse of one incredible guy, and eerily addicted to community volunteering. When she's not being the Executive Editor for RCM she likes to stalk her favorite authors online, cook with way too much butter, and conduct freelance marketing and SMM work.