Here are costume and set photos from the Theater Arts Guild (Skagit County, WA) production of Peter Pan at Skagit Valley College.

PETER PAN 2006 – Cast Photo

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PETER PAN

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NANA – DOG

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PIRATES

CAPTAIN HOOK

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SMEE

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CAST PIRATES

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FEMALE PIRATES

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INDIANS

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MERMAIDS

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LOST BOYS – TWINS

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PETER PAN’S SHADOW
See through gauze with sprinkles cut in shape of Peter Pan

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CROCODILE – Tick Tock

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FLY RIGGING

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PETER PAN STAGE SET DESIGNS

UNDERGROUND

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DARLING HOUSE STAIRCASE

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DARLING HOUSE SET – VIEW FROM BOX SEATS

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My Sound Effects Station
Using Kontakt Software triggering custom sound effects

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MICROPHONE CUE SHEET FOR SOUND ENGINEER

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McIntyre Hall – Skagit Valley College
View of Peter Pan Stage from Sound Control Booth

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McIntyre Hall Sound Booth from Box Seats

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Jerry Fortier – Sound Engineer

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10 Responses to “Peter Pan Costume and Set Design Photos”

  1. Bert Miller says:

    I am the volunteer Outreach & Marketing Coordinator for Skagit County Community Action. We are hosting a BBQ for the families that we service throughout the year and the Community Members that support our work. Our theme this year a circus theme and I am trying to locate a few pirates who would be willing to volunteer some time strolling our parking lot BBQ and interact with the children on Thursday, July 26th. the BBQ is from Noon to 2:00pm. These pirates look wonderful. Any information or leads you can give me would be greatly appreciated!! Thanks
    *Note: Phone number edited for privacy, but your info has been forwarded to our Peter Pan pirates.*

  2. Anonymous says:

    peter pan1 son rollercoaster

  3. mo says:

    Very cool set!

  4. sakuL says:

    that’s the most wonderful Peter Pan I’ve ever seen :) … I mean the character

  5. :) says:

    Ow Ow!! NICE Peter Pan!! veeeery good choice!!! ;) great set and I love how you did the shadow!!

  6. Anonymous says:

    We recently did the ballet version of Peter Pan and it was amazing. Your set and the majority of your costumes were great but I was the Pan! and honestly theres really no comparison between your Pan and me. Other than that (and the pathetic mermaid and nana costumes) your version looks great!!

  7. Melissa says:

    My twin daughters will be playing Harry and Terry in their upcoming school production of Peter Pan. Could you please tell me where you got the adorable costumes you used as your Harry & Terry twins??

    Thank you,
    Melissa

  8. Jenny Smith says:

    osnt that peter pan a girl?

  9. askland says:

    Yes, that Peter Pan was a girl. A girl is often used for Peter Pan.

  10. Mary Napier says:

    I am working on costumes for a public middle school production of Peter Pan. I was very impressed with the Crocodile costume (as well as others) used in your 2006 production. Can you refer me to the source of the crocodile costume? Thank you for your assistance.
    - Mary

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