Perpetual adolescent Peter Pan, already the subject of three separate Broadway musicals—not to mention a novel, several TV movies, an animated Disney film and a peanut butter—is eyeing a return to Broadway.
Bob and Harvey Weinstein, who produced the 2004 Johnny Depp film Finding Neverland—about the character’s creator, J.M. Barrie, and his not-at-all-weird relationship with Read More
Philip William McKinley and Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa should get themselves to East Fourth Street. They are the director and playwright charged with transforming the newly de-Taymored $65 million (and surely rising) Broadway extravaganza Spider Man: Turn Off the Dark into something entertaining, understandable and enjoyable. And it turns out that down at the tiny New York Read More
AIMEE: “What kind of peanut butter is Brian’s favorite?” one of the moms at my Philly bridal shower calls out to me. We’re playing the “How-well-do-you and-Brian-know-each-other-game” and the afternoon has reached its breathlessly cheery peak. I’m feeling one part kid-on-Christmas-morning and one part Desperate-Housewife-at-a-press conference, but in a totally fun way.
“Skippy!” Read More
Marc Forster’s Finding Neverland, from a screenplay by David Magee, based on the play The Man Who Was Peter Pan, arrives almost accidentally in New York on the 100th anniversary of the London stage spectacle of Peter Pan, or the Boy Who Wouldn’t Grow Up, by James M. Barrie (1860-1937). Barrie lived through the Victorian, Read More
In the early 1990′s, you gave birth to a gorgeous little girl. During those late-night breast-feeding sessions, you passed the time fantasizing about the perfect, misty baby’s-breath childhood that you would craft for your newborn: her first daisy chain; collecting butterflies in a Bonpoint floral smock with a Peter Pan collar; introducing her to your Read More