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VIDEO: Check Out Kelli O'Hara & More in 5 PETER PAN LIVE Top Musical Performances!

After months of hype and anticipation, NBC last night aired its live broadcast of the classic musical PETER PAN. The production starred Allison Williams as the boy who refuses to grow up and Oscar winner Christopher Walken as the villainous Captain Hook. Broadway veterans Kelli O'Hara, Christian Borle and Taylor Louderman also lent their talents to the show along with an all-star creative team.

Below, watch 5 musical performance highlights including:

Tender Shepherd - Mrs. Darling (Kelli O'Hara) sings her children, Wendy, John and Michael, to sleep in NBC's Peter Pan Live!

I Won't Grow Up - Peter Pan (Allison Williams) teaches The Lost Boys and the Darling children a lesson in serious expression

I'm Flying - Peter Pan (Allison Williams) teaches Wendy (Taylor Louderman) and the Darling boys (Jake Lucas, John Allyn) how to fly

Hook's Tarantella - Captain Hook (Christopher Walken) and his pirates hatch a dastardly plan against Peter Pan (Allison Williams) and his Lost Boys

Vengencance - Captain Hook (Christopher Walken) regales his men with his plans for his archenemy, Peter Pan (Allison Williams)


Allison Williams portrayed Peter Pan in the highly anticipated PETER PAN LIVE on NBC.The 'Girls' star took on the role of the boy who refuses to grow up and who is forced to confront the villainous Captain Hook, played by Oscar winner Christopher Walken when the J.M. Barrie's classic musical.

Craig Zadan and Neil Meron executive produced the broadcast. The duo are accomplished in both television and film, having earned 103 Emmy nominations. They were the driving force behind several stage-to-screen musicals, including the film version of "Hairspray" and TV adaptation of "Cinderella," as well as executive producing the NBCdrama "Smash," which earned a Golden Globe nomination. They were also nominated for a Tony Award in 2011 for "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying" and also produced the revival of "Promises, Promises" to the Broadway stage in 2010. In addition, the duo executive produced the 2002 Oscar-winning film "Chicago."

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