Flight of fantasy: LD Jenny Kagan creates a magical landscape for Pan

Pan is one of the most mammoth undertakings in Australian theatre history, a lavish AUS$9.8 million-plus (US$5.6 million) production of J.M. Barrie's classic story of the boy who never grew up. The timeless tale about the power of imagination has been translated into a sumptuous and colorful production. Resembling a children's pop-up book, the story is given life through animatronics, puppetry, beautiful sets, and magical lighting.

Born at Sydney's Capitol Theatre, Pan (along with the

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