Peter Pan (Mason)
The adventurous tale of the “boy who wouldn’t grow up,” the story of Peter Pan begins in the Darling nursery, where Mr. & Mrs. Darling have tucked their children into bed. Peter Pan and Tinkerbell fly in through the window and whisk the children out into the night. Off they go to the island of Neverland, where the children encounter the Lost Boys, the exotic princess Tiger Lily, and the dreadful Captain Hook. The adventure comes to a climax when Captain Hook captures the Darling children and the Lost Boys, Tinkerbell is in trouble, and Peter Pan must face the evil pirate to save his friends.
JM Barrie, author
Timothy Mason, playwright
Hiram Titus, composer
107 pgs. 9 female, 21 male
Originally produced in CTC’s 1997-1998 season
Audience Recommendation: All Ages
Run Time: 90 minutes
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“Timothy Mason’s concise, fast-paced adaptation does an exuberant job of story-telling…Mason’s text is bright, witty and doesn’t talk down to its child audience.” –Minneapolis Star Tribune
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