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Peter Pan (Non Musical)

Peter Pan (Non Musical)
Your Price: $17.95 CDN
Author: J.M. Barrie
Publisher: Samuel French (cover image may change)
Format: Softcover
# of Pages: 102
Pub. Date: 2011
ISBN-10: 0573613915
ISBN-13: 9780573613913
Cast Size: 25 girl(s) or boy(s) (flexible casting)

About the Play:

Peter Pan was one of Royal National Theatre of Britain's top 100 plays of the 20th century.

Peter Pan is a full-length fantasy by J.M. Barrie. The everlasting classic account of two boys and a girl who follow Peter Pan and the invisible fairy Tinker Bell into Neverland, where children never grow old and where Captain Hook and his pirates are outwitted. Filled with swashbuckling adventure and the magic of youth, Peter Pan has enthralled audiences across generations.

Peter Pan is the original NON-MUSICAL version of this much-loved tale. It is regarded as a stage classic. All children, except one, grow up. One night, the headstrong Wendy Darling is visited by a mysterious boy floating outside her window. The mischievous stranger introduces himself as Peter Pan and after teaching Wendy and her two brothers to fly, invites them on a quest to an enchanted island called Neverland. It is a world of feisty fairies, malevolent mermaids and a raucous gang of abandoned Lost Children. But a crew of ruthless pirates, led by the dastardly and vengeful Captain Hook, also await in Neverland. Can Wendy, Peter, and his gang band together to win the day as they cross paths and swords with the pirates? And will Wendy and her brothers ever find their way back home? Ever since Peter Pan flew in through Wendy Darling's nursery window and took her off to Never Land, J.M. Barrie's classic adventure story Peter Pan has thrilled and delighted generations of theatre-goers. Please note that although this title remains under full copyright protection in the UK and US, it is in public domain in Canada.

Peter Pan premiered in 1904 at Duke of York's Theatre in the West End of London and became an instant success. A year after its debut, Peter Pan did well at the Empire Theatre on Broadway in New York City and had several revivals. It remains a popular choice for school and community theatre productions.

Cast: 25 girl(s) or boy(s) (flexible casting)

What people say:

"The magic is as great as ever." — New York Daily News

About the Playwright:

Sir James Matthew Barrie (1860-1937), more commonly known as J. M. Barrie, was a Scottish novelist and dramatist. He produced no less than ten commercially successful plays, but most people remember him for inventing the character of Peter Pan, whom he based on his friends, the Llewelyn Davies boys.