Based on J.M. Barrie's beloved children's classic of the same name, Peter Pan the musical swept the Broadway stage in 1954, earning Tony Awards for both its stars. The story begins when Peter Pan infiltrates the Darling family home and teaches their three children how to fly. Together, Peter, Wendy and her two younger brothers take off and fly to Neverland, an enchanted place where no one has to grow up, with the promise that they can never come back home. On their adventure, the children encounter mermaids, Indians, lost boys and the dangerous Captain Hook as they learn about the perils of never becoming an adult.