New York International Fringe Festival
at Flaboyan Theatre, New York, NY
August 8-17, 2008
After Peter Pan left for Neverland, his sister weren’t so lucky. When imagination intrudes on their lives, no one can predict what luck, or violence, might emerge. A surreal drama about being forced to leave “never grow up” behind.
This story, written by Ivan Rodden in reaction to the inherent violence in the original stage-play of Peter Pan, questions whether or not this story should be meant for our children. In a world where nothing is explained, the characters struggle to grasp onto any scrap of reality to help them chart their way to happiness. The nightmare crescendos as we find that brother Peter has been dead for years and kept alive only in the imaginations of his family.