Broadway’s timeless classic musical whisks you away to a place where dreams are born and no one ever grows up!
Based on J.M. Barrie’s classic tale and featuring an unforgettable score by Morris “Moose” Charlap and Jule Styne with lyrics by Carolyn Leigh and Betty Comden and Adolph Green, Peter Pan is one of the most beloved and frequently performed family favorites of all time. This high-flying Tony Award-winning musical has been performed around the world and delighted audiences for 60 years and is now adapted for young performers.
Peter and his mischievous fairy sidekick, Tinkerbell, visit the nursery of the Darling children late one night and, with a sprinkle of pixie dust, begin a magical journey across the stars that none of them will ever forget. In the adventure of a lifetime, the travelers come face to face with a ticking crocodile, a fierce Indian tribe, a band of bungling pirates and, of course, the villainous Captain Hook.
Featuring the iconic songs, “I’m Flying,” “I’ve Gotta Crow,” “I Won’t Grow Up” and “Never Never Land,” and a rousing book full of magic, warmth and adventure, Peter Pan JR. is the perfect show for the child in all of us… who dreamed of soaring high and never growing up. Peter Pan JR. is a dream come true for groups looking to bring magic to their stage and entertain countless families.
June 14 – 18 & 21 – 25, 2021
Performances: Thursday, June 24 (at 7 pm) and Friday, June 25 (at 2 pm & 7 pm)
- Ages 8 – 18
- 10 days, with extended days on June 24 and 25
- June 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 21, 22, 23; 9 am – 4 pm
- On Thursday, June 24th and Friday, June 25th, performers will attend from 9 am until after the evening performances
- Cost: $820, plus a $65 production fee (payable in increments – see payment details below) (TOTAL – $885)
- Siblings – $770, plus a $40 production fee (TOTAL – $810)
- Production Fee includes a t-shirt, archival DVD and 2 tickets to one performance
- Location: Chantilly, VA
- Optional – Extended Day – 7 am – 9 am OR 4 pm – 6 pm; Contact us for registration and details
- Non-Refundable Deposit: $100, due at registration
- Non-Refundable Production Fee: $65, due at registration ($40 for each sibling)
- Those who register by April 9th, may attend the Beginner Audition Workshop free of charge; or the Intermediate Audition Class for half price.
- Auditions are required. All students who register will receive a part, regardless of the audition. The auditions are to help us determine which parts match best to which students. Please see the Auditions page for all of the details.
- All payments received are non-refundable
Please register on-line. A $100 non-refundable deposit, along with a $65 performance fee ($40 for siblings), will be applied at registration. See schedule below for payments. Please register early to ensure your spot! All payments are non-refundable.
Total payment is $885 ($820 plus $65 performance fee). Siblings are $810 ($770 tuition plus $40 performance fee). All payments made are non-refundable and non-transferable
Those registering by April 9th can attend the beginner audition class free of charge.
Send a check, made out to Not Just Dance, to:
Pre-Camp: 7 am – 9 am – $205/student
Post-Camp, Afternoon Session: 3 pm – 6 pm – $295/student
Both Sessions: $450/student
Note: Not Just Dance reserves the right to cancel extended day if there is not enough interest in this program.
Note: you will be contacted once you register to discuss which payment option you’d like – pay in full or this payment plan. If you would like pay in full, you have option on the parent portal. If you would like to use the payment plan, the Not Just Dance staff will process payments for you. Full payment will be due at time of registration if registration is after April 1, 2021.
$165 – Due at registration (non-refundable, non-transferable)
$215 – February 1, 2021 (non-refundable, non-transferable)
$240 – March 1, 2021 (non-refundable, non-transferable)
$240 – April 1, 2021 (non-refundable, non-transferable)
Please contact us to make other arrangements, including payments for extended day options.
Peter Pan and the other inhabitants of Neverland open the show by introducing the audience to their world (“Neverland”). Meanwhile, in the Darling Nursery (“Prologue”), Wendy, Michael, and John are playing before bed as Mrs.Darling and Mr.Darling get ready to go out. Nana, the family dog, and Liza encourage the children to go to bed. Before leaving, Mrs. Darling sings a lullaby with the children to say goodnight (“Tender Shepherd”). As soon as the parents have gone, Peter follows Tinker Bell into the room, searching for Peter’s shadow. Wendy is awakened by the commotion and quickly befriends the mysterious visitor. The Darling children soon set off to Neverland with Peter, travelling the only way possible (“I’m Flying”).
Back in Neverland, the Pirates search for the Lost Boys (“Pirate March”). After discovering the Lost Boys’ underground home, Captain Hook and his first mate Smee devise a plan (“Hook’s Tango”), but is chased away by the Crocodile. The Lost Boys remain in peril as the Brave Girls, led by Tiger Lily, arrive on the scene (“Brave Girl Dance”). Peter and the Darlings reach Neverland, frightening the Brave Girls. Finally safe, the Lost Boys celebrate the arrival of their new “mother” (“Wendy”). Captain Hook’s first attempt to poison the Lost Boys is thwarted by their new guardian, and the pirates must devise a new plan (“Hook’s Tarantella”).
The next day, the Lost Boys learn a lesson from Peter, their “father” (“I Won’t Grow Up”). When they discover that the pirates have captured Tiger Lily, the Lost Boys help to free her. She immediately returns the favor by saving the boys from Captain Hook, and the two groups celebrate their newfound friendship (“Ugh-A-Wug”). The Brave Girls stand guard outside the Lost Boys’ home while Wendy and Peter sing the boys to sleep (“Distant Melody”). The lullaby makes Michael and John homesick, and Wendy decides it is time for them to return to London. She agrees to take all the Lost Boys with them, but Peter decides he will remain in Neverland. Not knowing that the pirates have attacked and defeated the Brave Girls outside, Wendy leads the boys into a trap. Back in the house Tinker Bell saves Peter from being poisoned, and they set off to save the others.
On the deck of the pirate ship, Captain Hook celebrates his triumph (“Hook’s Waltz”). Before making the children walk the plank, Captain Hook allows Wendy a final word. The moment is interrupted by the tick-tock of the Crocodile. Taking advantage of the distraction, Peter and the Brave Girls sneak aboard the ship and, at just the right moment, attack the pirates. The day is saved and everyone celebrates (“I Gotta Crow”).
Back in the Darling Nursery, the Darlings and Nana miss the children terribly and are losing hope that they will ever return (“Nursery Music”). Wendy, Michael and John return home, and the Darlings agree to adopt the Lost Boys that have come along. Back in Neverland, Peter, the pirates, and the Brave Girls sing of Neverland, where dreams are born (“Finale Ultimo”).