The first ever adaptation of the story into musical took place in 1905. As a nod to the original play, the musical was also based on the pantomime tradition. The title role of Peter Pan was initially performed by female artists. Some of the notable actresses in the role have been Mary Martin, Cathy Rigby and Sandy Duncan. However, the theatrical version that is produced today is the one derived from the 1954 production. The music of the play includes the original works by Jule Styne and Mark Charlap in addition to some new ballads.
The plot of the musical is based on three acts. Describing the story of a boy who spends his life in Neverland because he never wants to grow up, the musical shows a fantastical world of magical creatures and its encounter with the human world. The musical starts by showing the Darling House. Mr. and Mrs. Darling are preparing to go out for the evening. Their children Wendy and John play while being watched by their dog ‘Nana’ who is also their nursemaid. Mr. Darling disapproves of a dog as nursemaid but Mrs. Darling insists on keeping her as Nana had caught a stranger in the children’s room the other day. That stranger had flew out of the room before Nana could catch him but he left his shadow behind which was put in a drawer by Mrs. Darling.
Nana is directed by Mr. Darling to spend the night out of children’s room. When the kids fall asleep, a fairy- Tinker Bell, and the same stranger- Peter Pan, enter their room to find Peter’s shadow. Wendy wakes up because of Peter’s cries because he is unable to re-attach his shadow. Wendy sews the shadow back to Peter who then tells her about Neverland. Wendy wakes his brother and both children leave with Peter to see his magical world and to learn how to fly. With each scene the distinction between fantasy and reality gets blurred and the audiences get absorbed into the interesting and unpredictable world of magic as described by the incredible production.
The forthcoming production is scheduled to appear at the Redding Civic Auditorium. The protected open space theater surrounded by the beautiful Sacramento River provides a perfect place to watch such a magical piece of art. With a comfortable capacity for more than 2,000 people, the venue is as delightful as the production itself. In addition to that the tickets for the musical are now available at reduced prices. This is your chance to enjoy an unforgettable play without pressure on your budget. Get the Cheap Peter Pan tickets and prepare to join the fun.
Peter Pan musical has at least thirteen catchy songs that will make you sing and dance with their foot thumping beats. The top quality backing track is also a brilliant piece of music. The play has been adapted into TV series and movies as well, but the charm of live theater performance still remains unbeatable. The performance promises to be an unforgettable experience for children and adults alike. Do not miss this opportunity of watching an entertaining live presentation. Get your Peter Pan tickets before the stocks deplete and embark on the enthralling journey to Peter Pan’s world where he fights the pirates and defeat the evil Captain Hook with the help of Darling children.
Peter Pan musical is the classic adaptation of the hit play by J.M. Barrie. It was brought on stage for the first time in 1954 by Tanya Ronder. The production and the creative team have effectively recreated the scenes in the play for live audiences. The fans are treated to the adventurous journey of Peter Pan, Tinker Bell, along with Wendy and her brothers. A lot of effort has been put in to create 3-D effects and the results are simply outstanding. If you?ve yet to witness the magic, then get your Peter Pan Tickets now! You?ll have the time of your life.