BOSTON (CBS) – The voice of Tinkerbell fills the air inside the tent on City Hall Plaza. That’s the site for a little holiday magic: Peter Pan.
More than half a million people on two continents have enjoyed this huge production of the show.
The show’s producer, Robert Butters says the tools include a massive array of computer generated images, 15,000 square feet of images, the largest C.G.I. venue in the world. So when those kids take off for Never Never Land, everybody in the audience takes off too.
WBZ NewsRadio 1030’s Carl Stevens reports
The show consists of classic story-telling with hi-resolution video that’s three times the size of IMAX screens and actors who fly.
It’s a new, amazing way to tell an old, amazing story, the story of a boy who didn’t want to grow old.
You can be part of the magic of Peter Pan on City Hall Plaza through the end of December.