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Peter Pan - Ballet
Peter Pan Ballet is one of the popular ballet performances based on a novel. There have been different versions of this ballet over the years. The most famous one is a three-act ballet with music by Edward McGuire.
It was performed a whooping one hundred and twenty times between 1989 and 1995 by Scottish Ballet. The Hong Kong Ballet performed it in 1996.
Houston Ballet has its version of Peter Pan Ballet with choreography by Trey McIntyre, music by Sir Edward Elgar, and arrangements by Niel DePonte.
The setting is designed by Thomas Boyd, and the costumes by Broadway designer Jeanne Button.
This is a delightful and whimsical presentation for the family audience and mesmerizes kids with a range of flying sequences, sword fights, puppets, and magic!
Northern Ballet's version of Peter Pan is choreographed by Olivier Award-winning designer Peter Mumford with music composed by Oscar-winning composer Stephen Warbeck.
The show runs for close to three hours and is a magical treat for kids and adults. Peter Pan is considered one of the best ballet performances of the Northern Ballet company.
A Little About Peter Pan
Peter Pan is a famous play and novel by Scottish author and playwright J. M. Barrie. It was titled The Boy Who Wouldn't Grow Up or Peter and Wendy, though it is more popular than Peter Pan.
The play was first premiered in 1904 at the Duke of York's Theatre, London. The novel followed a few years later and was published in 1911.
Peter Pan is a young boy with flying abilities. He is mischievous and has various adventures on the fantasy island of Neverland.
The story also has other characters like Wendy Darling and Tinker Bell, who became equally famous among the kids. The Lost Boys and pirate Captain Hook are also a part of the plot.
The author introduced the character of Peter Pan in 1902 in his adult novel The Little White Bird. The novel and the play have slightly different plots, but the overarching themes are the same.
The story is filled with adventures and magical events.
Peter Pan is described as a young boy with all his first (milk) teeth. He wears clothes made from leaves and plays pipes.
He loves being a kid, listening to stories, and is the only boy who can fly without Tinker Bell's help.