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Peter Pan Revival Tour 2004

Opened: September 24, 2004
Closing: May 28, 2006

Peter Pan - 2004 - US Tour History , Info & More

Theatre at Madison Square Garden
22 E. 27th St. (Madison Ave.) New York, Ne

Peter Pan, like its namesake, is a tale which never ages. Children and adults alike have all fallen under the spell of Neverland, a place where children can fly and exciting, frightening adventures happen every day.

In 1985 Piers Chater Robinson adapted J.M. Barrie's book for the stage, and now, 25 years later, his innovative Peter Pan musical score is well known and loved, performed in professional and amateur productions worldwide and is quickly becoming the most popular musical version of Peter Pan internationally. CYT is pleased to be selected as one of the first theaters in Chicagoland to produce it!

Join all your favorite characters: Peter Pan, Wendy, John, Michael, the dastardly Captain Hook and his sidekick Smee, Tiger Lily, the Lost Boys, Pirates, Neverland Indians, Fairies, Nana the pet dog and, of course, that scary crocodile as CYT travels to Neverland like you've never experienced it before.

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Peter Pan History

Other Productions of Peter Pan

1954   Broadway Original Broadway Production
1964   Regional (US) Regional Revival
Regional (US)
1970   Regional (US) Regional Revival
Regional (US)
1979   Broadway Broadway Revival
1981   Regional (US) Regional Revival
Regional (US)
1985   West End London Revival
West End
1988   Unknown
1990   Broadway Touring Revival - Broadway Engagement
1991   Broadway Return Engagement [Broadway]
1994   Milburn, NJ (Regional) Paper Mill Production
Milburn, NJ (Regional)
1998   Broadway Touring Revival - Broadway Engagement
1999   Broadway Touring Revival - Return Engagement [Broadway]
2004   US Tour Touring Revival
US Tour
2004   US Tour US Tour
US Tour
2011   US Tour Touring Revival
US Tour
2014   Motion Picture NBC Live Televised Production
Motion Picture