Did you love the Play That Goes Wrong? If you did, you know that you laughed your head off. Get ready to slap your knees and chortle with the rest of the audience with their new production, now in previews on Broadway, called Peter Pan Goes Wrong. I was invited with my family to experience the show recently and it was the funniest thing I’ve seen in a while. If you go see the show for the rest of this month, Neil Patrick Harris will be guest starring from now until April 30. And we’re so excited that the production is graciously giving away a family 4 pack of tickets to a performance in May!
You know the classic tale of Peter Pan? In this production, a local company, The Cornley Drama Society, is putting on a production of Peter Pan. However, things don’t go very smoothly. The cast and crew deal with technical difficulties, breaking sets, flying disasters, and cast disputes and love triangles.
Several characters play multiple parts. Now, it’s pretty obvious to the audience, but you’ll find it amusing, because things don’t go exactly right (think crazy quick costume changes multiple times). It’s a gag in itself.
Standouts include Nancy Zamit who plays Anna, a drama society member who plays Mrs. Banks, the Maid, as well as Tinker Bell. She goes between costume changes between Mrs. Banks and the Maid – and it’s very funny (because it doesn’t go exactly right).
Ryan Vincent Anderson, who you may remember from, The Play That Goes Wrong, plays The Understudy, a member of the stage crew, and also plays a couple of parts in Peter Pan.
Ellie Morris plays Lucy, a cast member who has severe stage fright and has a startling number of accidents.
There are a number of love triangles within the cast members which leads to even more shenanigans. This show is family friendly and definitely worth checking out.
Enter to win a Family 4 Pack of Tickets to a May performance of Peter Pan Goes Wrong.
How to enter:
Leave a comment on this post (you can do this 1x a day) about your favorite Peter Pan Character.
You will be able to pick the date in May from a list of show times. You must be able to get to NYC for the show (no travel expenses will be covered). This giveaway is sponsored by the production and I was not compensated for this.
Winner will be chosen on 4/25 by random.org (the comment #). You will be emailed (your email addresses will not show up in your comments).