Thursday, September 11, 2014

Peter Pan at RWS - Children's Auditions


After an aborted appearance a few years ago, Broadway's Peter Pan finally comes to Singapore in November. Children are welcome to audition for stage parts. Here's more information:



Peter Pan flies into Resorts World Sentosa for Asian Premiere
Tickets on sale now

Direct from Europe to Singapore, Peter Pan, The Never Ending Story makes its Asian premiere at Resorts World Sentosa on 27 November 2014, Thursday.

The classic and timeless fairy tale is brought alive with popular and modern hit songs as well as stunning visual effects that will captivate the audience. Local kids are invited to join the cast and perform in December 2014 shows.




Peter Pan, The Never Ending Story, an inspiring and innovative theatrical production will make its Asian debut at Resorts World Sentosa (RWS) on 27 November 2014, Thursday, after touring Europe. Featuring a blend of stunning visual effects and heartwarming music, the magic and wonder of J.M Barrie’s timeless classic will be brought to life at the Resorts World Theatre.

“Our dedicated entertainment team is always searching for a variety of shows from across the globe that are new to Singapore and cater to the diverse interests of our guests. Peter Pan, The Never Ending Story, is a reflection of our endeavour to constantly refresh the resort’s offerings and introduce never-before-seen attractions. Brimming with high-flying action, thrilling swordplay, acrobatic stunts, with familiar chart-topping hits and a sprinkling of fairy dust, this brand-new theatrical adventure promises to enthrall and keep everyone at the edge of their seats,” said Ms Andrea Teo, Vice President of Entertainment, RWS.


Peter Pan, The Never Ending Story, a theatrical production for all ages is presented by RWS in association with Belgium’s Music Hall. It tells the enchanting story of Peter Pan, a mischievous boy, with the ability to fly and refuses to grow up. One night, he visits Wendy, John, and Michael Darling in their London nursery and takes them on an unforgettable flight where the Lost Boys, Indians, mermaids and pirates await them at Neverland. In adventures beyond their wildest imaginations, the villainous Captain Hook hatches an evil scheme that crescendos to a dramatic swordfight with Peter.

Since its first show in 2012, Peter Pan, The Never Ending Story has played to audiences in Belgium, Dubai, Netherlands and the United Kingdom (UK). The Stage, UK, described the show as “A sensational stage spectacular that is perfect for families.” Nottingham Post, UK, raved, “Plenty to keep the audience entertained”.

Kids in Singapore are invited to join the 50-member international cast of actors, dancers, stunt performers, acrobats as well as magicians, and perform in December 2014 shows. More details will be announced on www.rwsentosa.com/peterpan in October 2014.


The most modern technologies in the form of an ingenious projection system are used to change the scenery and atmosphere, allowing the audience to feel like they are with the characters embarking on the same adventure throughout the show. With chart-topping hits and an original score by Grammy-winning composer and musical director, Mr Matt Dunkley, Peter Pan, The Never Ending Story has all the right notes. One of the world’s leading orchestrators, arrangers and conductors, Mr Dunkley has worked on over 100 films including Moulin Rouge, Pirates of the Caribbean and Inception. For this production, he has given a refreshing makeover to popular hits such as “Angels”,“You Raise Me Up”, “Kiss From a Rose” and “One Day I’ll Away”, all from the likes of Robbie Williams, Josh Groban, Seal, Rod Stewart, and many more.

Mr Luc Petit developed the concept for Peter Pan, The Never Ending Story, which is set to be the most enjoyable holiday show for the entire family in Singapore. He collaborated with Mr Franco Dragone on Cirque du Soleil productions for 10 years and was the man behind the opening ceremony of Euro 2000 in Brussels, Belgium. The show’s choreography is led by the brilliant and classically-trained ex-ballet dancer Mr Martino Muller from Switzerland. Peter Pan, The Never Ending Story is directed by Ms Lulu Aertgeerts with artistic direction from Mr Geert Allaert, founder of Music Hall.



Find out where to get tickets at the Events Page!

2 comments:

  1. Do you have any more details about where and when children can audition?

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  2. Hi Catherine, thanks for your inquiry. Unfortunately that's all the information I've received from RWS's press agency. Do check out the linked page regularly for updates.

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