Music by Stephen Keeling Book and lyrics by Shaun McKenna
Creative development by John Havu Orchestrations by Stef Mens
“THE RETURN OF PETER PAN” is a thrilling, new musical sequel to Peter Pan.
Rodgers and Hammerstein Theatricals Europe will license the show in
selected territories (Germany, Switzerland and Austria).
More information to follow. Read the synopsis below.
Listen to songs on SoundCloud
'The Return of Peter Pan' was commissioned in 2004 and was workshopped in Berlin in 2006.
Rodgers and Hammerstein Theatricals Europe will license the show in selected territories (Germany, Switzerland and Austria).
Check back for updates!
* 'Magic' 'Lagoonland' 'Anywhere But Here' and 'How To Make A Boy Like You' orchestrated by Stef Mens.
Copyright © 2005 McKenna/Keeling. * The sheet music to Anywhere But Here is available on Score Exchange.
West End leading singer Dominic Hodson recently recorded The Big Adventures. Listen via the SoundCloud link!
Click the links below to watch songs from the show on YouTube. Composer/piano demos.
Brina is fed up. Her mother is a flake, they've just been thrown out of yet another home and now they're being hassled in the park by a group of strange old men. Deep in her teenage rebellious phase, Brina wants more out of life. When her mother accepts the old men's offer of shelter, "more" is exactly what Brina gets. The old men are Peter Pan's Lost Boys, grown up at last. When Peter arrives, with Tink the feisty fairy, he whisks Brina and her brothers back to a much changed Neverland. A Neverland where the Pirates have set up home with the Mermaids on the shores of 'Lagoonland' and Captain James Hook has just escaped from the jaws of the crocodile (whose throat proved too small to swallow him). Set on revenge, and determined to raise the Pirate Flag once more, Hook sets out to destroy his old enemy, Pan. Peter, Brina and Tink find themselves caught up in the biggest of all big adventures - an adventure which hangs on whether Brina can really bring herself to believe in magic.