5 reasons you should see ‘Finding Neverland’ at Schuster this weekend

Russell Florence Jr., Jan 18, 2019

The delightful national tour and local premiere of the 2015 Broadway musical “Finding Neverland,” spotlighting British playwright James M. Barrie and the family which inspired him to create “Peter Pan,” continues through Sunday, Jan. 20 at the Schuster Center courtesy of the Victoria Theatre Association’s Premier Health Broadway Series.

‘Finding Neverland’ brings an awfully big adventure to Overture Hall

By Lindsay Christians January 5, 2019

Mary Poppins has returned to the cinema. Now Peter Pan and Tinker Bell are flying back to us, too. “Finding Neverland,” opening Tuesday in Overture Hall, sprinkles fairy dust on the story of how Scottish author J.M. Barrie’s friendship with a widow and her four young sons inspired the tall tales of Peter Pan and his lost boys.

Review: Magical musical ‘Finding Neverland’ flies onto Paramount stage

CEDAR RAPIDS – As if the story of Peter Pan isn’t magical enough, the story behind the story is equally enchanting. A nearly full house of 1,450 people rose instantly to their feet at the Paramount Theatre on Sunday night to shower the human and canine cast of “Finding Neverland” with cheers and applause that shot “past the second star on the right and straight ahead to the morning light.”

BWW Interview: Jeff Sullivan of FINDING NEVERLAND at Robinson Performance Hall

by Mike Noland, December 18, 2018

Star quality is like mercury. You can see and it’s mesmerizing but you can’t put your finger on exactly what it is. It can’t be taught or bought, but for those that have it, you can tell immediately. When you combine star quality, with intelligence, kindness and talent you could very easily be talking about Jeff Sullivan.

‘Finding Neverland’ is one of Davidson’s secrets to not aging

By Betsie Freeman 

He’s been Harold Hill in “The Music Man” and the great Oz in “Wicked.” He’s done lots of television, including his frequent guest-host gigs for Johnny Carson on “The Tonight Show.” John Davidson would tell you, however, that his current role is his favorite. He plays bombastic producer Charles Frohman in “Finding Neverland,” the story of how “Peter Pan” made it to the stage.