Project Description

Peter Pan (Broadway)

Peter Pan (Broadway & Tour)

Based on the play “Peter Pan; or The Boy Who Wouldn’t Grow Up” by Sir James M. Barrie, with music by Moose Charlap, lyrics by Carolyn Leigh and additional music by Jule Styne and additional lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green, this exhilarating revival of PETER PAN played the Marquis Theatre from November 23, 1998 until January 3 1999 for 5 previews & 48 performances.

PETER PAN again returned to Broadway a few months later to re-open at the Gershwin Theatre on April 7 and played through August 29, 1999, a further 166 performances, in the middle of a national tour.

Produced by McCoy Rigby Entertainment (Executive Producer: Tom McCoy), The Nederlander Organization and La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts; Produced in association with Albert Nocciolino, Larry Payton and J. Lynn Singleton

Directed by Glenn Casale; Choreographed by Patti Colombo; Originally conceived, directed and choreographed by Jerome Robbins; Scenic Design by John Iacovelli; Costume Design by Shigeru Yaji; Lighting Design by Martin Aronstein; Sound Design by Francois Bergeron and Wig Design by Robert Cybula.

Starring Cathy Rigby (Peter Pan), Paul Schoeffler (Mr. Darling / Captain Hook), Kim Arnett (Indian), Scott Bridges (Slightly), Doreen Chila (2nd Twin), Randy A. Davis (Noodler / Indian), Jeffrey Elsass (Pirate / Indian), Drake English (Michael Darling), Casey Miles Good (Pirate / Indian), Janet Higgins (1st Twin), Chase Kniffen (John Darling), Buck Mason (Nana / Bill Jukes / Crocodile / Indian), Barbara McCulloh (Mrs. Darling / Mermaid / Wendy (Grown Up)), Michael Nostrand (Mr. Smee), Aileen Quinn (Tootles / Jane), Elisa Sagardia (Wendy Darling), Brian Shepard (Pirate / Indian), Roger Preston Smith (Pirate / Indian), Dana Solimando (Liza / Tiger Lily), Tony Spinosa (Cecco / Indian), Alon Williams (Curly) and Sam Zeller (Gentleman Starkey / Pirate)

Swing: William Alan Coats

Understudies: Kim Arnett (Mrs. Darling, Mermaid, Wendy (Grown Up), Tiger Lily, Liza), Michelle Berti (Tootles, 1st Twin, 2nd Twin, Curly, Indian, Jane), Doreen Chila (John Darling, Liza, Slightly), William Alan Coats (Mr. Smee, Nana, Crocodile), Jeffrey Elsass (Gentleman Starkey), Janet Higgins (Peter Pan), Michael Kirsch (Michael Darling), Aileen Quinn (Wendy Darling), Elisa Sagardia (Jane), Roger Preston Smith (Mr. Smee) and Sam Zeller (Captain Hook, Mr. Darling)

Replacement Cast: Barry Cavanagh (John Darling), Hally McGehean (Tootles / Jane)

Associate Choreographer: John Charron; Assistant Scenic Design: Jeremiah Small, Jennifer Vogt, Kis Knect, Amy Shock, Tim Earls & Kevin Morrissey; Assistant Lighting Design: Lawrence Metzler; Assistant Hair Design: Joaquin Romaguera

General Manager: 101 Productions, Ltd.; Company Manager: Robert Tevyaw; Assistant Company Manager: Matthew Lambert; Associate General Manager: David Auster; Tour Manager: D-Tours;  Production Stage Manager: Michael McEowen; Technical Supervisor: David Benken; Stage Manager: Nevin Hedley; Assistant Stage Manager: Gina Farina; National Press Representative: David Balsom & Associates; NY Press Representative: The Pete Sanders Group; Marketing: FourFront, Inc.; Online Marketing by Toby Simkin / BuyBroadway Online, Inc.; NY Advertising: LeDonne, Wilner, & Weiner, Inc.; Casting: Julia Flores; Press Representative: Pete Sanders; Press Associate: Glenna Freedman; Photographer: Michael Lamont and Craig Schwartz; Fight Captain: Sam Zeller.

Flying Illusions by ZFX, Inc.; Flying Illusionist: Paul Rubin; Special Effects by Dark Hoffman and Bear Burge; Dance Captain: William Alan Coats.

Conducted by Craig Barna; Associate Conductor: Bruce Barnes; Assistant Conductor: Michael Rice; Keyboard I: Bruce Barnes; Keyboard II: Michael Rice; Drums: Tod Barnard and Steve Bartosik; Violin: Sylvia D’Avanzo, Margaret Jones, Heidi Stubner and Maura Giannini; Cello: Roger Shell and Deborah Assael-Migliore; Harp: Laura Sherman; Reed: David Wechsler, Phil Chester, Tuck Lee, Tom Christensen and Mike Migliore; Trumpet: Larry Pyatt, Jon Owens and Joe Reardon; Trombone: Jason Ingram and Bill Whitaker; French Horn: Richard Tremarello; Bass: Tom Mendel



Then PETER PAN returned to Broadway for another engagement at the Gershwin Theatre

Starring Cathy Rigby (Peter Pan), Paul Schoeffler (Mr. Darling / Captain Hook), Barry Cavanagh (John Darling), Drake English (Michael Darling), Barbara McCulloh (Mrs. Darling / Mermaid / Wendy (Grown Up)), Elisa Sagardia (Wendy Darling), Kim Arnett (Indian), Scott Bridges (Slightly), Doreen Chila (2nd Twin),Randy A. Davis (Noodler / Indian), Jeffrey Elsass (Pirate / Indian), Casey Miles Good (Pirate / Indian), Janet Higgins (1st Twin), Buck Mason (Nana / Bill Jukes / Crocodile / Indian), Michael Nostrand (Mr. Smee), Aileen Quinn (Tootles / Jane), Brian Shepard (Pirate / Indian), Roger Preston Smith (Pirate / Indian), Dana Solimando (Liza / Tiger Lily), Tony Spinosa (Cecco / Indian), Alon Williams (Curly) and  Sam Zeller (Gentleman Starkey / Pirate)

Swing: William Alan Coats

Understudies: Kim Arnett (Mrs. Darling, Mermaid, Wendy (Grown Up), Tiger Lily, Liza), Michelle Berti (Jane, Curly, Tootles, 1st Twin, 2nd Twin, Indian), Harrison Chad (Michael Darling), Doreen Chila (John Darling, Liza, Slightly), William Alan Coats (Mr. Smee, Nana, Crocodile), Jeffrey Elsass (Gentleman Starkey), Janet Higgins (Peter Pan), Hally McGehean (Jane, Tootles), Aileen Quinn (Wendy Darling), Elisa Sagardia (Jane), Roger Preston Smith (Mr. Smee) and Sam Zeller (Captain Hook, Mr. Darling)

Replacement Cast: Jeffrey J. Bateman (Pirate / Indian), Stephen Campanella (Indian), Christopher F. Davis (Pirate / Indian), Hally McGehean (Tootles / Jane) and Steven Petrillo (Nana / Bill Jukes / Crocodile / Pirate / Indian)

General Manager: 101 Productions, Ltd.; Company Manager: Robert Tevyaw; Associate General Manager: David Auster; Production Stage Manager: Michael McEowen; Technical Supervisor: David Benken; Assistant Stage Manager: Gina Farina;Flying Illusions by ZFX, Inc.; Flying Illusionist: Paul Rubin; National Press Representative: David Balsom & Associates; NY Press Representative: The Pete Sanders Group; Marketing: FourFront, Inc.; Online Marketing by Toby Simkin / Theatre.com Inc.; Advertising: LeDonne, Wilner, & Weiner, Inc.; Casting: Julia Flores; Press Representative: Pete Sanders; Press Associate: Glenna Freedman and Bill Coyle.