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2019 School Musical:       


Disney's Peter Pan, Jr.



Performance Dates: 



April 11 & April 12, 2019 @7:00 pm



Hamburg Senior Citizen Show April 10 @1:00 



Director: Mrs. Tarantino

Assistant Director:  Mrs. Wassel 





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  • Peter Pan - the boy who won’t grow up

  • Tinker Bell - Peter Pan’s fairy and narrator

  • Wendy - eldest Darling child

  • John - middle Darling child

  • Michael - youngest Darling child

  • Mr. Darling - father of Wendy, John, Michael

  • Mrs. Darling - mother of Wendy, John, Michael

  • Captain Hook - dangerous villain seeking revenge on Peter Pan

  • Smee - Captain Hook’s first mate

  • Chief Tiger Bamboo - leader of the Indians and father to Tiger Lily

  • Tiger Lily - Princess of the island

  • Pirates - (Jukes, Flint, Cookson, Murphy, Noodler, Skylights

  • Crocodile - reptile who ate Captain Hook’s hand

  • Nana - children’s nursemaid (a dog)

  • Lost Boys - (Cubby, Skunk, Hop, Fox, Raccoon Twins

  • Indians - (Brave Pine, Brave Oak, Brave Shrub) - inhabitants of Never Land

  • Mermaids - (Aquata, Andrina, Arista, Atina, Adella, Allana) - friends of Peter Pan

  • Fairies - (Iridessa, Silvermist, Rosetta, Fawn, Vidia, Lyria) - Tinker Bell’s friends


Prepare sections of TWO songs noted below for male or female characters and read ONE script section of your choice.

You MUST sing at audition with the accompaniment track, not the track with the vocals.


Vocal and accompaniment tracks can be found on Mrs. Tarantino’s website, and in the Google Drama Classroom. The code to join the Google Classroom is 9djzzj.


If you do not have a song prepared, you will be asked to sing Happy Birthday. Audition does not have to be memorized, but memorizing will showcase your abilities and demonstrate commitment.


There may be call-back auditions for lead character parts.


REHEARSALS begin February 4

Rehearsals will normally be Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday 3:00-5:00

Wednesdays will be used only as needed.


Registration form (online) must be submitted by your audition date.

You can NOT be considered for a part if you are not registered.


MALE CHARACTERS (Sing TWO of the songs below. Lyrics and soundtrack times are noted):

Never Smile at a Crocodile - (0-18 seconds)

Never smile at a crocodile. No, you can’t get friendly with a crocodile. Don’t be taken in by his welcome grin. He’s imagining how well you’d fit within his skin.

You Can Fly/Fly to Your Heart, Part 2 (0-15 seconds)

Now think of the happiest things. It’s the same as having wings. Let’s all try it just once more. Wish I could rise off the floor.

What Makes the Brave Man Brave - (0-22 seconds)

What makes the brave man brave? What makes the brave man brave? Native folks get plenty scared just as other people do. But we found quicker than running away is simply just run through.


FEMALE CHARACTERS (Sing TWO of the songs below. Lyrics and soundtrack times are noted):

Fly to Your Heart, Part 1 (26-47 seconds)

There is an island just past your dreams, somewhere where stories all can come true. Choose to believe and you’ll learn of a boy who can fly.

Second Star to the Right, Part 1 (0-30 seconds)

The second star to the right, wish you would show the way, where Peter’s stories never end. No fathers to obey.

What Makes the Brave Man Brave - (1:15-1:40 seconds)

There are some boys like that, true. All too proud of what they do. Taking credit wherever they can. But if glory they don’t share, don’t be silent and stare. Tell ‘em quick, tell ‘em true of the noble things in you.


SCRIPT: Read ONE section of your choice. Be sure to perform with expression.

PETER: I come every night to listen to your stories. That’s why I like ‘em! I tell ‘em to the Los Boys. But I forget some of the details (notices his shadow). Wow. Look at how amazing I look with my shadow back! (crows) I crow when I’m happy.  

TINKER BELL: Hi everyone! I’m Tinker Bell. Before we get started…..(steps forward to speak to the audience)....Can you understand what I’m saying? (waits for a response) Good. “Cause most humans just hear bells when I talk. (steps back, gestures to the stage) This is the story of Peter Pan and a girl named Wendy who believed in him. It begins in the Darling family nursery.

WENDY: (seriously) No, Mom. The Lost Boys weren’t ready. That’s why they went back to Never Land. (pause) They weren’t ready to grow up. But I am. (cheerfully) Oh, but Dad, it was amazing! Tinker Bell and the mermaids and Peter Pan calling Hook a codfish! And we were kidnapped, but I knew Peter Pan would save us, even if he is conceited.  Then we sailed home on a ship through the sky!

CAPTAIN HOOK: Oh, Smee! What a rogue and peasant Hook am I! Here I sit, stuck in Never Land, plotting revenge on that diabolic Peter Pan! Curse you, Pan!!! (pause) Oh, if I could only find his secret lair, I’d capture him and plunge me cutlass deep into his sickly-sweet heart. But enough! This must be finished! Smee - bring me my map!

MR. DARLING: Fine, now where are my shirt and cufflinks? Nana -  do you know? Let me look at this map. If I follow the line here….to the dotted line here….to the “x” marks the - (lifts up the map, which turns out to be drawn on his shirt) Oh no. Oh no, my shirt! This was my last clean shirt!