|re: Showbiz 411 article|
||The_Count 07:20 pm MST 06/16/12|
|In reply to:||re: Showbiz 411 article - steven_stuart 07:38 pm MST 06/15/12|
| but the legal situation has now changed (as the article points out) and anyone can do a Peter Pan show without permission but they still have to pay royalties to the hospital.|
Could you expand on this a bit? I see that 'Peter And The Starcatcher', a prequel to Barrie's play is now a musical on Broadway. How is it they had no problems with the estate? There are four young adult prequel novels written by Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson out plus a few preteen volumes as well. I saw a scene done on this years Tony awards.
By the way, could anyone explain why they would change the original name Peter and the Starcatchers, to a single Starcatcher? Makes no sense to me.
If this show does indeed come to pass, I plan on being there as early as possible after how quickly Dance of the Vampires folded.
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