Wendy & Peter Pan full cast announcement
15 October 2013
Wendy & Peter Pan
By Ella Hickson
Adapted from the novel by JM Barrie
Directed by Jonathan Munby
Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon: 10 December 2013 – 2 March 2014
Press Night: Wednesday 18 December, 7pm
Box Office: 0844 800 1110, www.rsc.org.uk
The world premiere of Ella Hickson's Wendy & Peter Pan, a fresh new adaptation of the much loved children's classic by JM Barrie has now been fully cast. Directed by Jonathan Munby, this family winter show will open for previews in the Royal Shakespeare Theatre this December.
As previously announced Fiona Button will play Wendy with Sam Swann as Peter Pan, Charlotte Mills as Tink and Guy Henry who returns to the RSC after ten years to play Peter's nemesis Captain Hook.
Andrew Woodall and Emma Cunniffe will play Mr and Mrs Darling and the Darling children will be played by Jolyon Coy (John), Brodie Ross (Michael) and Colin Ryan (Tom).
They will be joined by Michelle Asante (Tiger Lily), Simon Carroll-Jones (Shadow), Richard Clews (Knock Bone Jones), Matt Costain (Peter's Shadow), Gregory Gudgeon (Smee), Susan Hingley (Shadow), Emily Holt (Shadow), Jack Horner (Shadow), Arthur Kyeyune (Doc Giles/Crocodile/Shadow), Will Merrick (Slightly), Jack Monaghan (Nibs), Dodger Phillips (Murt the Bat), Guy Rhys (Doc Swain), Dafyyd Llyr Thomas (Curly), Jamie Wilkes (Martin) and Josh Williams (Tootles).
The play is designed by Colin Richmond, with lighting by Oliver Fenwick, music composed by Olly Fox and sound by Christopher Shutt. Movement is by Michael Ashcroft, the fight director is Terry King and video design is by Ian William Galloway.
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The RSC Literary Department is generously supported by THE DRUE HEINZ TRUST
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