Theater: Musicals

'Peter Pan, The Musical'

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Smithtown Performing Arts Council Inc.
Ken Washington, managing artistic dir.; DJ Salisbury, dir./choreo.; Cara Brown, music dir.

Production Description

Casting "Peter Pan, The Musical."

Rehearsal and Production Dates & Locations

Rehearsals begin late May; runs June 28-Aug. 24 (must also be available for a matinee on July 24) in Smithtown, NY.

Compensation & Union Contract Details

Stipends available for performers 16 and up – Equity Guest Artist contracts available as needed.


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Time Breakdown

4PM- Michael- boys and girls between 8 and 12. Very small, bright energy, sings and moves well. NOTE: girls will be considered for the role.
4:30PM John and The Lost Boys. Age 11-20, must be believable as 'tween' boy .NOTE: some females will be cast and one Lost Boy doubles as Jane. Must sing well and dance. Athleticism a plus.
6PM- Dancers (pirates and Indians, Nana, croc): male and female adults over age 16. Strong dance skills. Please bring appropriate shoes. Females considered for Tiger Lily will be asked to read. All must be prepared to sing. Some men will be asked to read for specific pirate roles.
7:30 PM- Young adult women for the roles of Peter Pan, Wendy (age 16 and over). Excellent singer actors who move well. Wendy has a gentle "Disney soprano" quality. Peter Pan and Tiger Lily are vivacious with clean belt sound.
8:30PM- Adult auditions (Pirate Starkey, Smee, Hook, Mrs.Darling, non dancing pirates):
Hook- flamboyant , charismatic dandy with strong baritone, masterful with comedy, also plays the easily flustered Mr. Darling.
Mrs. Darling- 35-45, regal and warm, mezzo Pirate Starkey- 30-45, a burly rogue, intimidating but good with comedy, understudies Hook.
Smee- 25-45, character type with excellent comic skills.

Be prepared to sing 16-32 bars of a song in the style of the show (golden age musical theater) that showcases your vocal range. Those auditioning for Hook should prepare a comic selection. An accompanist will be provided; No a cappella singing allowed.