PETER PAN the Musical at Berkeley Playhouse

PETER PAN the Musical
JULY 17 – AUGUST 23, 2009 THE ASHBY STAGE, 1901 Ashby Avenue (adjacent to the Ashby BART) Directed by Elizabeth McKoy Musical direction by Phil Gorman
Running Time: 2.5 hours with intermission.

Advance Tix: Adults $28 / Kids, seniors $22
Door Price: Adults $30 / Kids, seniors $25


Our summer mainstage show takes flight on July 17, 2009.  One of best musicals of all time – a play that always captures the imagination and never fails to make audiences “believe” in fairies.  Come to Neverland with the Berkeley Playhouse this summer, and experience the musical adventure of a lifetime with Peter Pan, Tinkerbell, Hook, Tiger Lily, Wendy and the other familiar characters.* This professional mainstage show is filled with oodles of fantasy and imagination – featuring fantastical flying, singing, dancing, and a story that will uplift and inspire children and adults alike!  Directed by founding Artistic Director Elizabeth McKoy.  You can’t miss this one!
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  • Thursdays 7pm – “Pay-What-You-Can Thursdays” (min $12.50)
  • Fridays 7pm
  • Most Saturdays 2pm & 7pm
  • Most Sundays 1pm and 6pm
  • Two special Wednesday shows, 8/5 & 8/12/09

As part of their musical theatre education, Berkeley Playhouse offers its Youth Company students the opportunity to perform and gain experience in Berkeley Playhouse professional mainstage productions. Peter Pan, the Musical features two different child casts in the roles of “Lost Boys”. CLICK HERE TO SEE THE “LOST BOYS” CAST LIST

Questions about ticketing?

Contact or call 510-665-5565 x397

Coming soon: Information on our exciting 2009-2010 season. Subscribers will save big on all tickets for the season, plus enjoy no ticketing fees, and special subscriber events. Stay tuned to this site for information on 2009-2010 subscriptions.

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