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James and the Giant Peach

From the Tony-Award Winning Team of Dear Evan Hansen

April 6 - May 6

Book by Timothy Allen McDonald; Music & Lyrics by Benj Pasek and Justin Paul. Based on the book “James and Giant Peach” by Roald Dahl.

Director Elizabeth McKoy
Music Director Rachel Robinson


“Magical sweetness . . . something than can make the musical theater lover squeal with delight! A wonderfully touching show . . . filled with heart.”- BroadwayWorld.com

 

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What is this show?

From the Oscar-winning team that brought you the music of La La Land and the hit Broadway musicals Dear Evan Hansen and A Christmas Story comes an all new, adventure-filled family classic based on the beloved story by Roald Dahl (Charlie and the Chocolate Factory).

Sent to chop down an old fruit tree by his devious aunts, young James discovers a magic potion that turns an ordinary peach into a massive, oversized GIANT!

Finding himself at the center of this king-sized peach and surrounded by life size insects (with larger than life personalities), the peach falls from the tree, rolling into the nearby ocean—and these new cohabitants from very different communities must face even bigger problems—hunger, dangerous foes, and learning how to communicate when facing challenging decisions.

A journey of epic proportions, James and the Giant Peach is the lyrical, hummable, and fantastical musical for all ages
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Seeing this show with a child? Check out our Family Guide for parent notes and discussion points about James and the Giant Peach.


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Berkeley Playhouse presents at least one Pay What you Can performance for each of our productions. This promotion is cash only at the door - no reservations required. Seating is general admission. We suggest a donation of $20, but can accept a minimum of $5. Don’t worry Season Pass Holders and Ticket Buyers; a section of the theatre will be saved for those who have a Season Pass or wish to pay full price to reserve seats.

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