Shows w/ similar staging as Peter & the Starcatcher?

aces25
Broadway Star
joined:1/13/04
I loved the way Peter & the Starcatcher was staged! Are there any other shows that use this similar "poor theatre" like staging?
wildcat
Broadway Legend
joined:12/4/04
Well, STARCATCHER owes a huge debt to NICHOLAS NICKLEBY.
bdn223
Broadway Star
joined:6/14/08
Don't forget "The 39 Steps" which opened less than 5 years ago. It ran nearly 2 years and the longest running play in nearly a decade. This is even more remarkable since it opened the same season as the juggernaut God of Carnage and ran longer too.
CATSNYrevival
Broadway Legend
joined:3/1/04
Maybe The Fantasticks?
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broadwaydevil
Broadway Legend
joined:2/16/11
Our Town is a pretty good example.
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ChairinMain
Featured Actor
joined:4/2/07
War Horse has a similair "Story theater" or "Poor Theater" aesthetic. So did "Brief Encounter" a few years back. I LOVE this ****.
D2
Broadway Legend
joined:12/3/06
SHIPWRECKED, by Donald Margulies. The production at 59E59 a few years back was just as enchanting as PETER..., and far less elaborate. Three actors playing multiple characters, lots of props and sound effects ( most of them created by the actors ) and mesmerizing story telling.
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aces25
Broadway Star
joined:1/13/04
Thanks, sounds great!
Mister Matt
Broadway Legend
joined:5/17/03
Godspell
Stones In His Pockets
Greater Tuna
The Mystery of Irma Vep
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Playbilly
Broadway Legend
joined:3/30/12
Productions of EQUUS use the technique to varying degrees.
"Through The Sacrifice You Made, We Can't Believe The Price You Paid..For Love!"
walkedthroughmany
Leading Actor
joined:3/25/07
PigPen's "The Old Man and the Old Moon" at Gym at Judson absolutely reminded me of Peter and the Starcatcher. You can see in the production shots that they've made their props out of found objects like cartons and kitchen supplies.
The Old Man and the Old Moon production shots.