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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. In this original and cosmopolitan adaptation of J.M.Barrie’s classic, Nuno Roque employs an unusual mixture of disciplines such as pantomime, dance, singing and acrobatics in his critically acclaimed performance of John.


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-Etienne, Grand Théâtre Massenet Saint-Etienne, France (1 performance)
Le Parvis – Scène Nationale Tarbes-Pyrénées Ibos, France (2 performances)
Théâtre de l’Etange Sainte 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
PAN : L’Avant Scène Théâtre N°1303, 2011 (France) – ISBN 978-2-7498-1188-8

Type

Theatre

Genre

Comedy —  Fantasy

     Director

      Irina Brook

Production

Théâtre de Paris
Arts Live Entertainment
MCNN Nevers

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Type

Theatre

Genre

Comedy —  Fantasy

Director

Irina Brook

Production

Théâtre de Paris
Arts Live Entertainment
MCNN Nevers

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Photography : P. Lazic / Théâtre de Paris.

Photography : P. Lazic / Théâtre de Paris.