After a wildly successful season here at home at Belvoir St Theatre, we  bundled up the lost boys and lost girls to get truly lost in the wilds of New York at the New Victory Theater

American parents, bring your children.  American children, bring your parents. American grandparents, bring everyone!

Everybody knows Peter Pan. He’s the boy who hasn’t grown up in 113 years – the boy who comes through the window of an ordinary family and takes the children on an adventure to the bush. Well, to Neverland. It is also a mad festival of  bedtime and storytime, of uncatchable girls who have a thing for you and Lost Boys who don’t have a thing for you, of  rip tides, pirates, ticking crocodiles, growing up, going home, mothers, fathers, dogs, dreams, and that mad pirate fiend and great big grown-up Captain Hook!


Paula Arundell
Gareth Davies
Harriet Dyer
Charlie Garber

Geraldine Hakewill
Megan Holloway
Uli Latukefu

John Leary
Meyne Wyatt


By J.M. Barrie
Adapted by Tommy Murphy
Director Ralph Myers
Set Designer Robert Cousins
Costume Designer Alice Babidge
Lighting Designer Damien Cooper
Composer & Sound Designer Stefan Gregory
Assistant Director Isaac Drandic
Fight Director Scott Witt
Choreographer Sara Black
Production Manager Chris Mercer
Associate Lighting Designer Christopher Page
Head Technician/Head Mechanist Warren Sutton
Stage Manager Luke McGettigan
Assistant Stage Manager Mel Dyer

Image Gallery

Belvoir season production images by Brett Boardman

Belvoir season rehearsal images by Brett Boardman



Endlessly fun and inventive, this is truly a Peter Pan to crow about.

New York Post

…as Captain Hook, Charlie Garber steals the show. With a wig of long black curls, tuxedo pants and a silent-movie face, the slender Mr Garber is a preeningly erudite, oddly elegant villain, with comic timing to rival Cyril Ritchard’s.

The New York Times

Critics’ Pick!

The New York Times

With a talented and spry adult cast clad in pajamas and T-shirts, Belvoir has created a charming, often hysterical theater experience that kids and adults alike will enjoy.

Theatermania, New York

This rollicking adaptation of J. M. Barrie’s play is a low-tech, lowbrow wonder.

Time Out, New York