PAN

The Darling household is a place of joy, consisting of two children, Wendy and John; their single mother, Mrs. Darling; and the children’s nurse, a dog named Nana. One night, they receive a visit from Peter Pan, who takes them to Neverland, where an ongoing war between Peter’s gang of runaways and Captain Hook is taking place.
“Irina Brook’s production deploys all her hallmark strengths to charm the audience. Her cast is young, energetic and cosmopolitan, enjoying itself and wanting to please. Her cocktail of acrobatics, rock, ironic asides and Shakespearean sprinklings has something for everyone. And, as ever, she uses ordinary objects with extraordinary creativity to tickle the imagination. A wooden pallet serves as bed, dance floor, rocky island and gangplank. Soap bubbles conjure up submarine depths alongside a feisty mermaid. Cutlery provides percussion and the canoes are cardboard.” – Clare Shine

TypeTheatreGenreComedy, FantasyYear2011Based on"Peter Pan or, The Boy Who Wouldn't Grow Up" by Sir J. M. BarrieOpeningMay 12, 2011DirectorIrina BrookRoleJohn Napoleon DarlingDuration1h 45m ProductionThéâtre de Paris, MCNN Nevers, Arts Live Entertainment

  • Théâtre de Paris – Paris, France (60 performances)
  • Théâtre de Beausobre – Morges, Switzerland (1 performance)
  • Grande Salle de la MCNN Nevers – Nevers, France (2 performances)
  • Grande Salle l’Avant-Scène Cognac – Cognac, France (1 performance)
  • Opéra-Théâtre de Saint-Étienne, Grand Théâtre Massenet – Saint-Étienne, France (1 performance)
  • Le Parvis – Scène Nationale Tarbes-Pyrénées – Ibos, France (2 performances)
  • Théâtre de l’Etange – Saint Estève, France (1 performance)
  • L’Olympia – Arcachon, France (1 performance)

– Armelle Héliot, “Envolons-nous Avec Peter Pan“, Le Figaro (France), May 19, 2011
– Emmanuelle Cohendet, “PAN au Théâtre de Paris : un spectacle de rêve“, Le Daily Neuvième (France), June 29, 2011
– Gilbert Jouin, “Pan“, Critikator (France), May 16, 2011
– Gilles Costaz, “Pan, Une Histoire Qui S’Envole“, Webthea (France), May 2011
– Olivier Pansieri, “Pan, de James Matthew Barrie, Théâtre de Paris” Les Trois Coups (France), May 23, 2011

BOOKS
–  PAN : L’Avant Scène Théâtre N°1303, 2011 (France) – 
ISBN 978-2-7498-1188-8

VIDEOS
– PAN on TF1 TV : Nuno Roque and Irina Brook Interview

–  PAN on Théâtre Contemporain (french)

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Nuno Roque performing in 'PAN' live at Théâtre de Paris.

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Nuno Roque performing in 'PAN' live at Théâtre de Paris.

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