James and the Giant Peach
When James is sent by his conniving aunts to chop down their old fruit tree, he discovers a magic potion, which results in a tremendous peach. The peach launches James on a journey of enormous proportions. He finds himself among human-sized insects with equally oversized personalities, and he embarks on a dangerous voyage. Thanks to James’ quick wit and creative thinking, the residents learn to live and work together as a family.
From the book by Roald Dahl. Dramatized by Richard R. George.
Director: Kathleen Rudolph
Read the review: “James and the Giant Peach, both in length and subject matter … is ideal for young theatregoers, though the young at heart who loved this story as children will also find much to enjoy.” Read the full Talkin’ Broadway review.
Support and Sponsors
Support provided by The Produce Box.
Opening weekend sponsored by the Girl Scouts North Carolina Coastal Pines.
Tickets available now. Buy them online or from the box office at 919-821-3111. Group sales are also available from the box office.
James and the Giant Peach is part of the RLT Youth Series.
Ticket prices (including taxes):
- Adults: $17.00
- Children (12 and under): $11.00
- David Snee
- Aunt Sponge
- Denise Penven-Crew
- Aunt Spiker
- Laura Levine
- James Trotter
- Michael McKenna
- Jonathan King
- Matthew Hurley
- Caroline Farmer
- Rebecca Leonard
- Chris Brown
- Grace Kelly
- Crowd Member/Cloud Man/New Yorker
- Molly Anglum
- Father/Crowd Member/Cloud Man/Chief of Police
- Dan Bain
- Mother/Crowd Member/Mayor
- Michelle Corbitt
- Crowd Member/Cloud Man/Reporter
- Madeline Epstein-Nelson
- Crowd Member/Second Officer/Child #2
- Sam Rutherford
- Crowd Member/Captain/Head of Fire Department
- David Thomas
- Crowd Member/First Officer/Child #1
- Miana White
- Little Old Man/Cloud Man
- Noah Zimmermann
All performances are wheelchair accessible.
Assistive listening devices are available for all performances. A hearing loop has also been installed in the Cantey V. Sutton Theatre.
Audio description for those with visual disabilities. The Sunday, April 30, performance at 5 pm will be described.