Peter Pan

The Mermaids' Lagoon

June 18, 2021 Ballarat National Theatre Season 1 Episode 10
Peter Pan
The Mermaids' Lagoon
Show Notes

Chapter 8 – Peter, the Lost Boys and the Darlings are swimming in the Mermaids' Lagoon, but they're disturbed by pirates transporting a prisoner.

This episode was directed by Elizabeth Bradford with Olivia French and Marli van der Bijl.

It features the voices of Matthew Bradford as Narrator, Trillian Sharples as Peter Pan, Barry Kay as Captain James Hook, Annie Laurenson as Smee, Conagh Punch as Gentleman Starkey, Daniel Lamech as Jukes, Alana Denham-Preston as Wendy, Joseph Appleton as John Darling, Felix Steinwandel as Michael Darling, Evie Ifandoudas as Tootles, Megan Lilley as Slightly, Eloise Keppler as Nibs, Solveig Yen as Curly, Katerina Ifandoudas as Twin 1, Irini Ifandoudas as Twin 2, Emily Archer as Pockets, Jack Emond as Pirate Ghost, Kira Yang as Tiger Lily and James Bradford as Michael's Kite.

Sound design for this episode by Elizabeth Bradford and musical direction by Marli van der Bijl. Attributions for this episode can be found here.

This episode features the song 'Syreni' with vocals by Anna Bilbrough, Elizabeth Bradford, Anna Faye, Olivia French, Marli van der Bijl and Casey Withoos. Vocal arrangement by Marli van der Bijl inspired by the original song 'Never Land' by Anna Bilbrough.

The theme song for our production is Nefeli by Stamatis Seraphim.

This production was directed by Elizabeth Bradford, Olivia French and Marli van der Bijl and prepared for production by Tyrone Cross, Amanda Mill, Angela Olwyn on behalf of Ballarat National Theatre. Original story by James M. Barrie and adapted for audio by Elizabeth Bradford, Olivia French, Angela Olwyn and Marli van der Bijl.

This production was produced on the lands of the Boonwurrung, Wadawurrung and Wurundjeri people. Cast recordings for this episode were made on the lands of the Boon Wurrung, Bunurong, Dja Dja Wurrung, Eastern Maar, Eora, Gadigal, Kaurna, Ngunnawal, Noongar,  Taungurung, Wadawurrung, Wangal, Whadjuk, Woi Wurrung and Wurundjeri people. Ballarat National Theatre acknowledges and pays respect to our traditional custodians and to their past, present and emerging leaders.

Official merchandise for this production is now available on the Ballarat National Theatre RedBubble store.

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