The Life and Many Deaths of Peter Pan
As his light wanes and the tick-tock of the clock winds down, the man who made Peter Pan is confronted by the shadows of his past. Eclipsed by his greatest creation and burdened with devastating loss, JM Barrie has forgotten how to fly.
Dark and whimsical, tragic and joyful, silly and profound - this shadow play romps through the borders between true and make-believe, journeys back to Neverland, and
invites us all to remember what we have forgotten.
The Life and Many Deaths of Peter Pan explores the real and imagined life of JM Barrie and the inextricable link between our greatest loses and greatest creations.
This show is appropriate and fun for all ages, but does contain discussions of death and loss.
Conceived and Directed by: Leah Adcock-Starr
Created by: The Ensemble
Written by: Kieran Adcock-Starr and J.M. Barrie
Costume Design: Melinda Hare
Set and Puppet Design: Julia Welch
Lighting Design: Ryn Flynn
Produced by Rough Magic with Seattle Fringe Festival
2/25 7:00 pm; 2/27 3:30 pm; 3/4 8:30 pm; 3/5 5:00 pm
Tickets available here.