Hosted by Seton Hill University School of Visual and Performing Arts
Peter and the Starcatcher, by Rick Elice. Directed by Cheyenne Barboza.
Winner of six Tony awards, Peter and the Starcatcher features menacing musical mollusks, Molly the sea-farin’ heroine of the orphan boys, a trunk full of formidable secret starstuff, and lots of “piratey” parlance. This story theatre prequel to the beloved J.M. Barrie classic Peter Pan is a fantasy must-see for kids of all ages who refuse to grow up.
Accessible Performance: February 25th at 2:00 pm
- There will be two ASL interpreters and audio descriptions available.
Sensory-Friendly/Relaxed Performance: March 2nd at 2:00 pm
- Includes adjusted sound and lighting effects, a quiet room, and a social narrative available.
Located in southwestern Pennsylvania’s Laurel Highlands (yet only 35 miles from Pittsburgh), Seton Hill educates its more than 2000 students to “think and act critically, creatively and ethically as productive members of society committed to transforming the world.” Seton Hill offers more than 100 degree and certificate programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels, and is accredited nationally by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education.