The Jim Henson Creature Shop

J.M. Barrie's enchanting tale of the boy who refused to grow up, is so ingrained in the public consciousness it even has its own wing in the psychology ward. Indeed, the Peter Pan Syndrome, a label applied to those who refuse to embrace adulthood and choose to exist in a world of fantasy, could also be applied to the theatre's need to update the story. The latest production to immortalize the antics of Peter Pan, his arch-rival Captain Hook, and the Darling children hails from Australia. This

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