Know Before You Go To Peter Pan

Apr 27 2016 | Posted in Newsletter

May 4-8, 2016
Centennial Concert Hall

CENTENNIAL CONCERT HALL: Now with Shaw open wifi available to all patrons! All beverages purchased at the Concert Hall can now be consumed inside the theatre as well as the lobby. Food may be consumed in the lobby only.

RUN TIME: 2 hours 17 minutes (including 20 minute intermission)
DOORS OPEN: 60 minutes before curtain

Intermission Performers

Thursday, May 5
Shoshana V. Goldenberg & Kelsey Rosentreter (Piano, Vocals, Violin)

Sunday, May 8
Tammy Schroeder & David Graham (Vocals, Piano)

Pre-show Chats

Wednesday, May 4: 7:05-7:20 PM
HOST: Shannon Cuciz, Global News
GUEST: Jorden Morris, Choreographer

Thursday, May 5: 7:05-7:20 PM
HOST: Nicole Dubé, CTV Morning Live
GUEST: Ryan Vetter, RWB Corps de Ballet (playing Peter Pan and one of the Lost Boys)

Friday, May 6: 7:05-7:20 PM
HOST: Daria Zmiyiwsky, Winnipeg Sun
GUEST: Jo-Ann Sundermeier, RWB Principal Dancer (playing the role of Tinker Bell)

Saturday, May 7: 7:05-7:20 PM
HOST: Natalie Bell, Peg City Lovely
GUEST: Tristan Dobrowney, RWB Second Soloist (playing the role of a pirate)

Sunday, May 8: 1:35-1:50 PM
HOST: Doug Speirs, Winnipeg Free Press
GUEST: André Lewis, RWB Artistic Director

Elizabeth Lamont and Yosuke Mino, photo by Rejean Brandt
Elizabeth Lamont and Yosuke Mino, photo by Rejean Brandt

Perfect for families and anyone who never wants to grow up, Peter Pan is a magical flight, filled with family entertainment, fantasy and marvelous thrills.

Peter Pan tells the story of Peter, who invites Wendy to Neverland to be the mother of his gang of Lost Boys. Many adventures ensue, including the near-death of Tinker Bell and a climactic confrontation with Peter’s nemesis, the pirate Captain Hook.