Peter Pan 360 Movie Analysis

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Peter Pan is flying threw Houston with a whimsical explosion of storytelling and impressive theater technology. Peter Pan 360 is a feast for the imagination of children and children at heart. From astounding stunts and mesmerizing acrobatics, there is never a dull moment. The character portrayals are on-point with your childhood memories. Peter Pan (Dan Rosales) just wants to have fun. Wendy Darling (Sarah Charles) has all the innocence of a child and maturity of a mother. Tinker Bell (Jessie Sherman) is a petite ball bursting with energy, emotion and fairy dust. Tiger Lily (Porsha Putney) has two dance scenes packed with all the ferociousness of a tiger and grace of a lily. The lost boys and the pirate gang are both equally wild and unruly. Powerful cinematic…show more content…
It’s located at the corner of Highway 59 and Loop 610, not far from Houston Community College’s West Loop campus. The exact address is 4747 Southwest Freeway, Houston, Texas 77027. If you were worried about how comfortable a tent theater could be, fear not. It’s air-conditioned with comfy seats and other accommodations. There didn’t seem to be a bad seat or view in the arena-shaped ‘theater in the round’, except perhaps the front row where your neck could get sore staring up at the action. Peter Pan 360 has a fundraising partnership with Texas Children’s Hospital for the Houston leg of the tour. Save money and donate to the hospital by using the code “Promise” while buying tickets to get a 10 percent discount on the ticket price with an additional $5 going to ‘Promise: The Campaign for Texas Children’s Hospital’. Peter Pan 360 is directed by the award-winning Thom Southerland, choreographed by the acclaimed Gypsy Snider, co-adapted from the original J.M. Barrie story by Southerland and Tanya Ronder, designed by the Olivier Award winning William Dudley, and set to the original music compositions of Benjamin Wallfisch and Howard

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