Roald Dahl’s classic story comes to life in this fantastical musical for the whole family, with music from the Grammy, Oscar, and Tony Award-winning team of Pasek and Paul. Recommended for ages 5+. More…
Instead of chopping down the old fruit tree like his aunties asked, James discovers a magic potion that makes an old peach grow to an enormous size. After finding a door to climb inside, James meets a group of outrageous oversized insects who’ve made the peach their home. James and his newfound friends decide it’s time to leave the Aunties, and we follow them as they roll their peach into the ocean and embark on a fantastic voyage that lands them on top of the Empire State Building.
See it if wish to be completely entertained in 90 minutes by well directed, acted, and staged show. Fun music too.
Don't see it if don't like family friendly shows, then skip this. But still things for all levels.
See it if You like creative children's theatre with clever songs. You like really clever scenic, props and costume elements. You like happy endings.
Don't see it if You don't like children's theatre. You prefer a glitzy musical. You want sophisticated sets and costumes. You don't like Pasek and Paul.
See it if you want to embark on a magical journey of the imagination, cleverly repurposing an existing set from another show. Quirky and inventive.
Don't see it if you cannot be in an audience surrounded by 3-7 year olds. Truly a children's show. Some over-acting, even for the genre of theatre for kids.
See it if you want to see a charming but half-baked musical aimed at families but scoring more highly with the youngest members of those families.
Don't see it if you're looking for consistent quality. It's easy to paper over the cracks with winsome performances but both score and book are a mixed bag.
See it if You have a child over 3. Yes they were that young and none made a peep. They loved it. Roald Dahl. Some great repurposing of props
Don't see it if You care for your ears. Over miked. Overly manic. Banal music. Maybe in a more intimate production. Parents less enthusiastic than kids.
See it if Fun, simple theater for kids. Great story, positive theme, creative staging and costumes. Energetic performance.
Don't see it if Kids. If you do not like the loud kid response this is not for you. This show brings out the child in the adult. Kind of loud.
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