Register now via the link below or in your TADA family portal for our PETER PAN Spring Ballet and be a part of this perfectly magical event! Dancers ages 6 and up as of October 1 who are registered in a Pre-Ballet class or higher are eligible to participate, and registration closes on December 12. You may contact the Youth Ballet Director Elizabeth Troxler at firstname.lastname@example.org for a packet of information - please read over the packet before registering. Due to the late date of The Nutcracker performances this year, there will be no formal auditions for PETER PAN. Dancers will be observed during classes and rehearsals over the next weeks of the fall semester by Miss Elizabeth and cast in appropriate parts by their ballet level, age, focus, musicality, presence and work ethic. Register below:
Based on J.M. Barrie’s timeless tale of PETER PAN, this ballet will follow the story of Wendy, John, and Michael Darling as they meet the mischievous Peter Pan and his fairy companion, Tinker Bell. Together they will journey to the magical island of Neverland where they connect with Peter’s companions, the Lost Boys. The adventure continues as they interact with Mermaids, Indians, and Pirates including the treacherous Captain Hook. Will the Darling children eventually return home or decide to stay in Neverland forever?
Spacing rehearsal is Thursday, April 13th at the theater. Find the schedule and other important info here.
Practice! Practice! Practice!
Find your rehearsal videos here to practice at home.
Anyone is welcome to purchase our 2024 Peter Pan Tshirt with cast list. *Participants please remember your tshirt is already taken care of, so no need to place an order. This is JUST for extras.
Sign up for your volunteer hours. It takes a team to make the production happen. We can't do it without you!
Fill out this form for Picture Day ONLY if you would like ADDITIONAL specialty CAST photos outside of your groups and individual photos, such as a special photo with a sibling or friend.
View a rehearsal clip and pictures from last year's Spring Ballet "Threads of Gold"