Peter Pan
Peter Pan
© Anna-Maria Löffelberger

Peter Pan

George Stiles

Musical / Ab 8 Jahren

Nach dem Schauspiel von James Matthew Barrie / Gesangstexte von Anthony Drewe / Buch von Willis Hall

Premiere 7. June 2022 / Theatre Tend


To never grow up and to be able to fly. Isn’t that what we all dream of? Peter Pan lives this dream – until everything is different one day!

Peter Pan has lost his shadow in the bedroom of Wendy, Michael and John Darling. He goes to retrieve it while the children are asleep. But he is discovered – Wendy wakes up and helps him. Peter Pan is very grateful and offers to take her to Neverland. Neverland? It is an island where anything becomes real, as long as you believe in it!

Wendy doesn’t think twice and sets out immediately with her brothers. Everything is easy with Peter Pan by their side: All they need to do is believe and suddenly they are able to fly out the window – and land themselves in an exciting adventure, because Neverland is populated not only by Peter Pan’s friends, the Lost Boys, the mermaids and Tiger Lily, but also by a crocodile and by Captain Hook and his pirates. And there are only two things that vindictive Captain Hook fears: the crocodile and Peter Pan.

Wendy, Michael and John are facing a great battle – but they have learnt something from Peter Pan: to be brave and to never lose faith in their imagination. This will help them master any challenge, even the biggest adventure of their lives.

Together with musical director Wolfgang Götz, the members of the United Children’s Choir of the Salzburg Festival and the Salzburg State Theatre have won the hearts of audiences with the thrilling musical play “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat”. Now they present the adventures of Peter Pan in a spectacular musical play with a lively choreography by Kate Watson and Josef Vesely.


Musical Director Wolfgang Götz

Choreography Josef Vesely
Kate Watson

State Design Katja Schindowski

Costume Design Alois Dollhäubl

Choir Salzburger Festspiele und Theater Kinderchor