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Disney Jake And The Neverland Pirates Izzy Classic Toddler Costume – Official Kids Costumes

Disney Jake And The Neverland Pirates Izzy Classic Toddler Costume – Official Kids Costumes


This costume includes a top, a pair of pants, a head scarf, and pouch necklace. Does not include shoes. This is an officially licensed Disney costume.

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Christina Aguilera Releases New Ballad, ‘Anywhere But Here’ For ‘Finding Neverland’ Album

Christina Aguilera takes on Neverland in her latest song “Anywhere But Here.”

The singer released the lyric video for the new song on Tuesday, which is Aguilera’s reimagining of the opening song from Broadway musical “Finding Neverland.” Matthew Morrison of “Glee” sings the original song in the stage production, which follows the story of author J.M. Barrie, the man behind Peter Pan.

Aguilera is just one of the many musical names contributing to the Broadway show’s concept album. “Finding Neverland the Album” also features music from Zendaya, John Legend, Jennifer Lopez and Trey Songz, Nick Jonas, and more. The album comes out on June 9.

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Finding Neverland: Family-friendly

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As someone who once thought he’d spend his career writing about the stage (instead of film), I don’t get to see nearly as much theater as I would like.

So I gladly accepted an invitation to see Finding Neverland, which opened last week on Broadway, in order to write about it.

(Full disclosure: Finding Neverland is produced by Weinstein Live Entertainment. I’m currently finishing a documentary that was funded by the Weinstein Company.)

Directed by Diane Paulus, the musical is based on a 2004 Oscar-nominated movie, about the playwright J.M. Barrie, who wrote Peter Pan. It’s 1904 and Barrie (Matthew Morrison) has just opened his latest play – which everyone agrees isn’t as good as his previous ones. His American producer, Charles Frohman (Kelsey Grammer), assumes it’s just a fluke, that Barrie’s next will be a hit – because he needs it to be.

Barrie, however, isn’t so sure. He feels trapped writing the same drawing-room comedies – but it takes an encounter with a group of children for him to begin to see his true path. The children – sons of an ailing widowed mother (Laura Michele Kelly) – spark his imagination in ways it hasn’t been tickled since childhood.

Which is, of course, the key: getting in touch with his inner child to learn once more how to play. What better way than to create a character – Peter Pan – who refuses to grow up?

The script, adapted by James Graham, pits Barrie’s creative struggle against his personal life, with a status-hungry wife who doesn’t understand why her husband is playing with children and spending time with the kids’ widowed mother. It’s socially unacceptable in post-Victorian London. Meanwhile, according to Frohman, it’s professional suicide to present a play about fairies, pirates and a boy who won’t grow up. But, as one of the songs notes, you have to “Believe.”

The staging, by Paulus, is never less than imaginative, with a set by Scott Pask that seems to fold and unfold, creating everything from a London park to a posh dining room to a hellish dream sequence. Paulus has a solid cast, led by Morrison and Grammer, both of whom know their way around a punchline (and a song).

If the choreography seems more athletic than artistic, if the music feels a bit recycled (many songs sound like tunes from other shows, slightly revised) – well, that didn’t seem to bother the audience full of parents and children with whom I saw the show. If Finding Neverland isn’t a brilliant musical, it’s still an entertaining one, using all sorts of stage legerdemain to entrance an audience looking for good old-fashioned Broadway magic.

Find more of my reviews on my website.

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Fisher-Price Jake and the Neverland Pirates – Jake’s Musical Pirate Ship Bucky

Fisher-Price Jake and the Neverland Pirates – Jake’s Musical Pirate Ship Bucky


Ahoy, little mateys! The Fisher-Price Jake and the Neverland Pirates – Jake’s Musical Pirate Ship Bucky is crafted with all the treasures and wonders of a real pirate ship. It even features a working cannon that little ones can actually fire! Kids can use the cannon to fire water ball projectiles, or launch the fearsome Tick Tock Croc from a hidden trap door. With all of their favorite characters, including Bucky, Jake and Skully, this fantastic Fisher-Price musical toy makes kids feel like part of the pirate crew. Plus, the characters say 25 action phrases and sing a merry pirate song! Your little pirates can make Bucky and his friends walk the plank – or enjoy the pirate booty with the Fisher-Price Jake and the Neverland Pirates. So get ready for Jake’s pirate ship Bucky to set sail straight from Neverland to your living room.

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