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Tinker Bell and her fellow Fairies introduce the audience to our story ("Fly to Your Heart"). The Darling Children, Wendy, Michael and John, play make-believe in their nursery, imaging themselves in never land ("The Elegant Captain Hook"). Mr. Darling comes looking for his cufflinks but discovers that his adventurous children have drawn a treasure map on the back of his last clean shirt. He scolds Wendy for refusing to grow up and trips over Nana, the dog and nursemaid. Mr. Darling banishes Nana from the nursery, explaining that sooner or later, all children must grow up. Mrs. Darling puts the children to bed and Wendy asks her to leave the window open in case Peter Pan returns ("The Second Star to the Right").

While the Darling children slumber, Peter Pan and Tinker Bell sneak into the nursery in search of Peter’s lost shadow. Wendy wakes up and excitedly tells Peter that she doesn’t  want to grow up. He offers to take Wendy and her brothers back to Never Land. Peter teaches Wendy and her brothers to fly, and they set off into the night ("You Can Fly / Fly to Your Heart").

On a ship docked in never land, the Pirates of the island are up to no good ("Yo Ho, A Pirate’s Life for Me"). Captain Hook plots with his first mate, Smee, on how to seek revenge on Peter. they decide to capture Tiger Lily in hopes that they can force her to help. their plotting is interrupted by the nefarious crocodile who ate Captain Hook’s hand after Peter cut it off ("Never Smile at a Crocodile"). Suddenly, Captain Hook spots Peter Pan in the distance and orders his crew to fire. Peter sends the Darlings with Tinker Bell while he goes on to face Captain Hook himself.

A jealous tinker Bell flies the Darlings toward the Lost Boys’ hideout ("You Can Fly – Reprise"), then flies ahead to tell the boys that Wendy is a bird that Peter wants them to hunt. Hop hits Wendy with his arrow and she falls to the ground. Peter discovers tinker Bell’s trick and banishes her for one week. Luckily Wendy recovers and flies off with Peter to retaliate against Captain Hook. Peter leaves John in charge ("Following the Leader"), but the boys are quickly captured by the Indians and accused of kidnapping tiger lily. Chief Tiger Bamboo declares that if Tiger Lily is not returned, all lost Boys will be burned at the stake.

Wendy and Peter meet the Mermaids, who try to convince Wendy to swim with them ("Sunbeams and Sea"). Peter and Wendy spot Captain Hook and Smee with the captured Tiger Lily and concoct a plan to save the Indian Princess. Peter distracts Hook, while Wendy sets Tiger Lily free.

Back at the Indian Camp, the Lost Boys and the Indians celebrate Tiger Lily’s safe return ("What Makes the Brave Man Brave"). Peter takes full credit for Tiger Lily’s rescue, which makes Wendy angry. Meanwhile, Captain Hook stumbles upon the banished tinker Bell. Using her jealousy to his advantage, convinces her to tell him where Peter and the Lost Boys live.

At the hideout, Wendy tells Peter that he should be less conceited, and the boys beg her to tell a story, calling her “Mother.” Wendy explains that she has only been playing and how wonderful a real mom can be ("Your Mother and Mine"). Her song helps John and Michael to remember their own mom. The Lost Boys suddenly want a mother, too! John declares that they all must return to the nursery at once.

Meanwhile, Captain Hook and his crew have devised a plan to get revenge on Peter Pan. While he is out of the room, the pirates snatch Wendy, Michael, John and the Lost Boys and leave Peter a beautifully wrapped present. The pirates take their captives to the ship and force them to choose to join the crew or meet their doom ("Walk the Plank"). The boys are certain that Peter will save the day, unaware that Hook has given him a dynamite pie! Realizing what she has done, Tinker Bell calls on her fairy friends for help, and they fly to Peter’s aid. Tinker Bell whisks the pie away right before it explodes. Peter forgives Tinker Bell and they fly off to save Wendy and the boys.

Peter arrives just in time to fight Hook in one last battle. Peter wins and banishes Hook from Neverland. Wendy and the Lost Boys rejoice, and with a little help from Tinker Bell, fly the pirate ship back to the Darlings’ nursery.

Wendy, Michael and John find Mr. Darling waiting for them in the nursery. They tell him of their adventures and while skeptical at first, he begins to remember his own childhood adventures with a boy who could fly. With the family happily reunited, Peter Pan and Tinker Bell head back to never land – second star to the right, and straight on till morning ("You Can Fly / Fly to Your Heart – Part Three"). 

Drama Club

Drama Club ~ Spring Musical Information

         Peter Pan, Jr. will be the Spring Coyote Creek Drama Club production.  This production will be by audition only.  Casting decisions will be made based on numerous things.  For those who were part of the fall drama club, it will be partly based on previous drama club participation, behavior, and attendance.  In addition, the young performers will go through an audition. Just because a student was in the fall drama club does not mean he / she will be allowed to continue in the program.  Students who get a part will be asked to pay a $125 activity fee to cover sets, props, scripts, royalties, etc.  No student will be turned away dues to the inability to pay.  Parents/Guardians will be asked to help with sets, costumes, programs, publicity, tickets, concessions, communication, etc. Those who can’t help will be asked to contribute an additional $50 program donation.


         Students who do get a part need to make sure they attend ALL rehearsals!  This musical is a HUGE undertaking, and students need to make drama rehearsals a number one priority.  Students will not be called for every rehearsal.  Rehearsals may take place during morning and lunch recesses, Thursdays after school, and an occasional weekend rehearsal.  It is very difficult to put together a show when students miss rehearsals.  Students who miss rehearsals or misbehave risk losing their part and/or spot in drama. 


         The evening performances of Peter Pan, Jr. will take place Thursday, June 4 and Friday, June 5 at 7pm. 


Audition Information

    The audition music is available on the drama club page of the school website.  Please take time to practice prior to the audition.  There are two tracks for each song: with words and just accompaniment.  The accompaniment track will be used at auditions.  Sheet music is available on the site as well.

The audition form must be filled out prior to being allowed to audition!!!

Character – audition song (measure numbers)

(Date and time of audition for that character)


Tinkerbell and Faries – Fly To Your Heart (Part 1) (55-63)

         (Tuesday, January 13 @ 11:00 or 12:55 in room 32)

Wendy – The Second Star To The Right (Part1) (3-12)

         (Wednesday, January 14 @ 10:30 or 12:25 in room 32)

Tiger Lily – What Makes The Brave Man Brave (81-108)

         (Thursday, January 15 @ 11:00 or 12:55 in room 32)

Peter Pan, John, Michael – You Can Fly (Part 1) (11-24)

         (Friday, January 16 @ 11:00 or 12:55 in room 32)

Captain Hook – Never Smile At A Crocodile (1-19)

         (Tuesday, January 20 @ 11:00 in room 32)

Lost Boys – Following The Leader (37-52)

         (Tuesday, January 20 @ 12:55 in room 32)

The Indians – What Makes The Brave Man Brave (1-22)

         (Wednesday, January 21 @ 10:30 in room 32)

Mermaids – Sunbeams And Sea (Part 1) (11-28)

         (Wednesday, January 21 @ 12:25 in room 32)

The Pirates, Smee – Yo Ho, A Pirate's Life For Me (1-20)

         (Thursday, January 19 @ 11:00 in room 32)

Mr. Darling, Mrs. Darling, Nana, The Crocodile, Chief Tiger Bamboo

         (Thursday, January 19 @ 12:55 in room 32)


Stage Crew – Won’t start till around April (still turn in audition form)

Stage Manager – Assistant to the director – HUGE Time commitment

                  (Stage Manager can be an actor, or just crew)


Casting decisions will be announced by Wednesday, January 28.

Please come to auditions prepared.  4th graders can eat with the 5th graders on days they have drama at 12:55. 

Callbacks will be by invitation on Thursday, January 22 from 3:15-5:15.

Not every character will be called back.

Parents/Guardians are not allowed in room during auditions.

Drama Checks

Checks should be made payable to "Coyote Creek."

Spring Drama Club Info - 2014

Based on the Disney film and J.M. Barrie's enchanting play, Disney's PETER PAN JR. is a modern version of the timeless tale about a boy who wouldn't grow up with no flying required! The score includes new arrangements of classic Disney songs, such as "Following the Leader," "You Can Fly," "The Second Star to the Right" and "Yo Ho, A Pirate's Life for Me."  

Wendy Darling loves to tell stories to her brothers, Michael and John. But when her father announces she must move out of the nursery, Peter Pan comes to visit the children and whisks them away to Never Land. Their adventure introduces them to the Lost Boys, Mermaids, Indians and even the infamous pirate, Captain Hook!

Filled with adventure, music and a beloved hero, Disney's PETER PAN JR. is a magical story any young performer will love to be a part of. There are countless opportunities for clever staging and design, making this an ideal show for truly creative directors.

Character Information


The dangerous villain who seeks revenge on Peter Pan for the loss of his hand.

Range: B2-Eb4



The leader of the native population on Never Land.



The middle Darling child who acts quite mature for his age. He is a smart, analytical thinker.

Range: A2-D4



The youngest Darling child and baby brother to Wendy and John. He is sensitive and playful.

Range: A2-D4



The Darling children’s father. He is a moody, pompous man who has an extremely caring heart underneath.



The mother of Wendy, John and Michael. She is wise and sensible, the calming opposite to Mr. Darling’s fussing.



A canine nursemaid to the Darling children. She cannot speak but takes very good care of Wendy, John and Michael.



The boy who wouldn’t grow up. He is a hotheaded, adventurous adolescent who is also very caring. Range: A2-C#4



Captain Hook’s right-hand man and the show’s comic relief.



This reptile ate Captain Hook’s hand and is now following him to eat the rest. This is a non-speaking role.


Tinker Bell’s friends whom she has roped into telling the story.

Silvermist is sweet and supportive.

Rosetta has southern charm.

Fawn is spunky and fun.

Iridessa is the most cautious and sensible.

Lyria is delicate and inquisitive.

Vidia can’t believe she has to put up with being in someone else’s story. 

Range: G#3-Eb5



The native inhabitants of Never Land. The featured Indians are Brave Pine, Brave Oak, and Brave Shrub.

Range: Ab3-C#5



Peter Pan’s faithful gang. They are fellow orphans and incredibly loyal to their leader. The Lost Boys include Cubby, Skunk, Foxy, Hop and the Raccoon Twins.

Range: Bb2-D4



They are also native to Never Land and live in Mermaid Lagoon. They very friendly to Peter but resentful of Wendy when she arrives. The mermaids include Aquata, Andrina, Arista, Atina, Adella, and Allana. Range: C4-D5



Captain Hook’s rough gang of henchmen. They are mean and gruff characters that do Captain Hook’s bidding. They include Jukes, Flint, Cookson, Murphy, Noodler, and Skylights. Range: C3-Eb4



The Chief Tiger Bamboo’s daughter. She is a strong and proud young woman.

Range: Ab3-C#5



Peter Pan’s fairy. She is full-size and able to speak English when talking to the audience, but two inches tall and only able to speak through bells while in scenes.

Range: G#3-C#5



The eldest Darling child and a gifted storyteller.

Range: A3-D#5