As a mom of only boys, there is a part of me that hopes they will never grow up. A Broadway performance of Peter Pan confirmed that it’s a lot more fun to try to hold onto the wonder and adventure of your childhood.
PETER PAN is a unique, family friendly attraction of spectacle and fantasy. The thrill of flying, timeless magical moments and a captivating hook will mesmerize young and old alike. The legend you thought you knew, is now the adventure you never dreamed possible…Cathy Rigby is PETER PAN!
Photo Credit: Isaac James
Cathy Rigby was an INCREDIBLE Peter Pan! She was convincing as a young Peter Pan as she emulated the mannersims of a little boy and she defied time by showing that someone in their early 60’s can have the same energy level and flexibility of a child.
She made the flying look so effortless and fun. I think everyone in the audience now has an increased desire to fly.
My boys also loved the action of the fighting scenes with the pirates. Peter Pan fully held their attention for the whole entire play.
Peter Pan was an adventure that our whole family really enjoyed.
You still have time to share in the childlike wonder and adventure!
PETER PAN will play the Aronoff Center from March 12 – 17, 2013: Tuesday- Friday at 7:30PM, Saturday at 2:00PM and 7:30PM, and Sunday at 1:00PM and 6:30PM.
Tickets for PETER PAN begin at $28 and are available at the Aronoff Center Box Office downtown at 650 Walnut Street, online at CincinnatiArts.org or by phone at 513.621.ARTS. For groups of 10 or more, contact the group sales department at 513.369.4363.
Performance schedule, prices and cast are subject to change without notice. For more information, please visit www.BroadwayInCincinnati.com.
*Photo credit goes to Isaac James for all of the images from the Broadway play Peter Pan in this post.
Disclosure: I was given complimentary tickets for review purposes. All opinions are my own.