5 x Male, 3 x Female, 3 x Non Gender Specific, 13 x Supporting Role + Chorus (Indicated genders are guidelines for casting. Many roles could be played by actors of any gender. Oh yes they could!)
- Peter Pan (M) The boy that never grew up
- Tinkerbell (F) Pan’s friend, the good fairy
- Wendy Darling (F) His friend from London
- John Darling (M) Wendy’s younger brother
- Michael Darling (M) Wendy and John’s younger brother
- Nanna Darling (M/F) Wendy, John and Michael’s pet dog
- Nanny McSmee (M) The Darlings’ nanny, later Hook’s first mate
- Smee Jnr. (M/F) Mrs Smee’s son
- Captain Hook (M/F) The evil captain of the Jolly Roger
Supporting Roles (M/F)
- Big Chief (M/F)
- Tiger Lily (F)
- Crocodile (M/F)
- Mermaid (M/F)
- Tootles (M/F)
- Nibs (M/F)
- Slightly (M/F)
- Curly (M/F)
- The Twins (M/F)
- Gentleman Starkey (M/F)
- Snarky (M/F)
- Snarly (M/F)
- Pirate Crew (M/F)
- Lost Children
4 or 5 Full Scenes, 2 or 3 Front Cloths/Curtain Scenes + Flying Scene (Wires not necesary) Act I
- Scene 1 The Darling’s Nursery
- Scene 2 On the Way to Neverland
- Scene 3 The Jolly Roger
- Scene 4 Below Deck
- Scene 5 The Lost Boy’s Camp
- Scene 6 A Path in Neverland
- Scene 7 Mermaid Lagoon
- Scene 1 Indian Encampment
- Scene 2 Below Deck
- Scene 3 The Lost Boy’s Camp
- Scene 4 A Path in Neverland
- Scene 5 The Jolly Roger
- Scene 6 Song Sheet
- Scene 7 Finale
McSMEE Who are Peter Pan and the lost boys?
STARKEY They’re the most terrifying, tyrannous, traitors trampling this turbulent territory.
McSMEE The most terrifying, tyrannous, traitors trampling this turbulent territory? That’s terrible. They must be ever so tall and tyrannical.
HOOK Quite the opposite. They’re cowardly children.
McSMEE I see.
HOOK Our sole mission in life is to crush Pan with our bare hands.
McSMEE How are you going to do that Captain?
HOOK What do you mean Smee?
McSMEE Well you’ve only got one.
HOOK One what?
McSMEE One hand!
HOOK I’ve had enough of all this. I’m off to draw up the plans for our latest offensive.
McSMEE Red’s a horrible colour on you, your hats too big and you’ve got a funny looking face.
HOOK What did I do to deserve that?
McSMEE I just thought I’d help out with the offensive.
HOOK Smee, keep your mother out of my way while she’s on the ship. She’s already getting right on my chest.
McSMEE Oh Captain you do move fast.
HOOK (To NANNY McSMEE) Treasure chest. (To PIRATES) As for the rest of you, stay out of my way while I plot Pan’s downfall. It’s bound to be spectacular and painful. Starkey, with me!
(HOOK and STARKEY exit)
McSMEE My, my he’s quite something isn’t he son?
SMEE JNR. That’s one way of putting it.
SNARKY You don’t want to go upsetting the captain Mrs McSmee.
SNARLY You should see him when he’s really angry.
McSMEE I can’t wait. No, don’t worry boys, I won’t upset him. I’ll seduce him!
PIRATES Seduce him!
SMEE JNR. That poor man.
McSMEE Yes, I know a good looking man when I see one and that Captain Hook is a top- class catch. It won’t be long until he’s mine, you’ll see boys.
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