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Peter Pan

A musical based on the play by Sir J.M. Barrie
Lyrics by Carolyn Leigh. Music by Morris (Moose) Charlap
Additional Lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green
Additional Music by Jule Styne
Originally Directed, Choreographed and Adapted by Jerome Robbins

Peter Pan is presented through special arrangement with Music Theatre International (MTI).
All authorized performance materials are also supplied by MTI.
www.MTIShows.com

Fly to the second star to the right and straight on ’til morning— on the adventure of a lifetime. Make new friends with the lost boys, outwit pirates, and escape one very hungry crocodile as you join Peter and the Darling family children in Neverland. Featuring fabulous flying effects and the iconic songs “I’m Flying,” “I Won’t Grow Up,” and “Never Never Land,” Peter Pan is the perfect show for the child in all of us who dreams of soaring high and never growing up.

  • Run Dates June 2-18, 2017
  • Appropriate Ages 4+
  • Duration 2 hours + Intermission

Cast & Credits

Cast

Peter Pan – Danny Denenberg
Wendy – Tylie Tingelhoff
John – Jimmy Nguyen
Michael – Kian Roblin
Jane – Jane Rohling
Nana – Annlynn Casey
Mr. Darling/Hook – Ablan Roblin
Mrs. Darling/Mullins – Sarah Gibson
Smee – Robby Stone
Liza/Cecco – Madison Hoge
Nibs – Cody Drap
Slightly – Winston Schneider
Tootles – Carson Bishop
Tweedles – Jonas Caruso
Curly – Crew Keller
1st Twin – Aidan Schmidtke
2nd Twin – Elliot Kerkhofs
Starkey – Garett Garniss
Jukes – Alphonse Kroeten
Noodler – Zhomontee Watson
Tiger Lily – Natalie Hanson
Pounce/Dance Captain – Megan Torbert
Pounce – Rachel Schmidt
Pounce – Lizzy Fleissner
Pounce – Olivia Hess
Pounce – Claire Booton

 

Orchestra

Trumpet – Curtis Pelster
Trombone – Noel Johnson
Flute – Gail Carpenter
Oboe – Andrea Smith
Clarinet – Stanton Harper
Clarinet Sub – Mike Prucha
Harp – Anita Jaynes
Keyboard – Kristin Acker
Bass – Tom Miller
Percussion – Ben Samson

 

Artistic/Production Credits

Director – Amy Lane
Assistant Director – Becca Jackson York
Music Director – Jerry Brabec
Choreographer – Sue Gillespie Booton
Fight Choreographer – Ian Borden
Scenic Designer – Tim McMath
Lighting Designer – Craig S. Moxon
Sound Designer – Laura Renae Hensley
Costume Designer – Sherri Geerdes
Hair & Makeup Designer – Erin Bragg
Production Director – Erin Solemsaas
Technical Director – Greg Rishoi
Production Stage Manager – Ashleigh-Dawn Kriegh-Fleming
Assistant Stage Manager – Meghan Boucher
Props Mistress – Devon Denn-Young
Scenic Charge Artist – Lauren Crabtree
Master Carpenter – Jackson Curtright
Scenic Design Assistant – Matt Iacozza
Scenic Apprentice – Megan Bolander
Master Electrician/Lighting Apprentice – Rose Michael Mormino
Stage Manager Apprentice – J.J. Jones
Fly Crew/Stage Manager Apprentice – Tyler Danhaus
Fly Crew – Donavon Perrone, Katie Johnson, Amanda Harris, Breann Anderson, Fred Kracke, Jesse Groff
Fly Rail – Zach Ackerman
Spot Op – Roger Downer
SFX Operator John Horton
Stitchers – Sherri Geerdes, Erin Bragg, Audio Helkuik, Jill Maenner
Scenic Artists – Barbara Crabtree, Sherry Jenson, Audrey McLochlin
Load In Crew – Samantha Fee, Katie Johnson, Donavon Perrone, Caleb Yeatts

Performer flying effects created by Vertigo™ – getvertigo.com

Danny Denenberg

Danny Denenberg

You may remember Danny as Ralphie in A Christmas Story here at The Rose in 2014. That role earned him his first TAG award. Since then, he’s enjoyed performing at the Omaha Community Playhouse, the Chanticleer and the Great Plains Theatre Festival.

Danny won a TAG award, the Charles Jones award and an Omaha Arts and Entertainment Award for his portrayal of Noah Gelman in Caroline or Change at the Omaha Community Playhouse in 2016. Peter Pan may be the role that suits him best. He plays that part daily for his four younger brothers and sisters who think he’s hilarious. Danny’s passions outside the theater include music (piano, drums, vocal music), sports (tennis, basketball) and studies (math, computers, psychology). He will miss his Brownell Talbot friends when he moves on to ninth grade at Central High this fall. Watch for the release of his short film, Geez, Louise, in which Danny plays the bratty brother Brett (for which his siblings claim he’s also well-suited.)

Tylie Tingelhoff

Tylie Tingelhoff

Tylie Tingelhoff is very excited to be performing in her first show at The Rose. Tylie has participated in Rose Brigade and other classes through BROADWAY at The Rose this year. In the past, she has performed in many high school productions at Wahoo High School. Some roles that she has previously played include Belle in Beauty and the Beast, Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz, and the Baker’s Wife in Into the Woods. Tylie recently graduated high school and will be attending Nebraska Weslyan University in the fall.

Jimmy Nguyen

Jimmy Nguyen

Jimmy Nguyen most recently appeared as “Man in Chair” at Bellevue West High School’s The Drowsy Chaperone. Peter Pan will be his fourth show here at The Rose Theater. Other Rose productions include Peter and the Starcatcher (2015), A Christmas Story (2014), and Narnia: The Musical (2013). He also appeared as Peter in the production of Jesus Christ Superstar (Omaha Community Playouse) and The Mayor of Whoville in Seussical The Musical at Bellevue West, which he was awarded Best Supporting Actor by the Nebraska High S chool Theatre Awards in 2016. This year, Jimmy was awarded Best Leading Actor for his role as Man in Chair in The Drowsy Chaperone at the Nebraska High School Theatre Awards. Jimmy will be attending Doane University this fall to pursue Theatre Arts and he thanks all of his friends and family that have supported him.

Kian Roblin

Kian Roblin

Kian is an 8th grader at Westside Middle School. He is excited to be making his debut at The Rose Theater in Peter Pan. In his free time, he enjoys performing onstage, reading and spending time with his family.

Ablan Roblin

Ablan Roblin

Ablan Roblin is an Omaha based actor and director. His past directing credits include To Kill A Mockingbird, I Hate Hamlet (OEA Best Comedy), the staged reading of Dogfight, and one of the directors for A Christmas Carol at OCP and the Nebraska Theatre Caravan. Ablan has performed on the OCP stage as Passepartout in Around the World in 80 Days, Dr. Frederick Frankenstein in Young Frankenstein (Mary Peckham Award), Sam Abrams in Sirens, and Bob Cratchit in A Christmas Carol. He has also appeared at the Blue Barn Theater as Clown 2 in The 39 Steps (Theatre Arts Guild Ensemble Award) and Alan in God of Carnage. He has performed as an improve actor and workshop director, the executive producer and talent for Comically Imbalanced (an improve, sketch comedy and stand-up group). Ablan has a B.F.A. in theatre from the University of Miami. His past activities include performing with the Hawaii Shakespeare Festival and directing a middle school magnet program for the arts, as well as a senior high performing arts academy in Miami. Ablan thanks his boys, Aiden and Kian, his Mom, and wife, Ariel.

Amy Lane

Amy Lane

Amy Lane is a professor at Creighton University. Lane joined the faculty of Creighton University as Assistant Professor of Theatre in the fall of 2014. An Omaha native, she received her BFA in Theatre from Creighton University, an MFA in Directing from the University of Memphis and Ph.D. from Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan. She formerly served as Resident Director for the Omaha Community Playhouse and as instructor with the University of Nebraska-Omaha’s Department of Theatre. As Resident Director, she created and developed a new series of Alternative Programming including the award-winning 21 & Over series, showcasing the best of 21st century American plays and presenting some of Omaha’s edgiest performing artists. Her professional directing credits include: Next to Normal, August: Osage County, boom, Becky’s New Car, Steel Magnolias, Almost, Maine, and the world premiere production of Recommended Reading for Girls at the Omaha Community Playhouse; A Servant to Two Masters at Bellevue Little Theatre; the world premiere production of Mrs. Jennings’ Sitter at the Shelterbelt Theatre; and the world premiere production of Buffalo Bill’s Cowboy Band at The Rose. In addition, she has served as script adaptor for Nebraska Shakespeare’s production of Antony and Cleopatra, and adapted and directed their inaugural touring production of The Taming of the Shrew. Lane also developed and curated UNO’s New Ways/New Works Festival in 2008 which presented 15 world and/or regional premieres of contemporary work by American playwrights. As a professor, she teaches a wide variety of classes from Theatre History and Theory/Criticism to Acting and Directing. On stage, she was last seen as Becca in the Blue Barn Theatre’s production of Rabbit Hole, for which she won both the Theatre Arts Guild and Omaha Entertainment awards for Best Actress. Her scholarly work has focused on contemporary dramatic literature and the history and development of the American Fringe Festival circuit.

Sue Gillespie Booton

Sue Gillespie Booton

Sue has appeared on The Rose stage recently in “Shrek The Musical,” "Pete the Cat" and "The Cat in the Hat." Her national tour credits include "Annie Get Your Gun," "Beehive," and "Grease." Her credits include "Rocky Horror" (Columbia), "Ring of Fire" (Ensemble) and "Always, Patsy Cline" (Louise,) for Artist Repertory Theater. She was an original cast member in Omaha's longest running musical, "Beehive" (Brenda Lee, Petula Clark, Janis Joplin), and appeared in shows on Royal Carribean, Carnival, Royal Viking and Europe's Sally Cruise Lines. Other Rose stage appearances include "Diary of a Worm, a Spider and a Fly" (Mrs. McBee), "Pinkalicious - The Musical" (Dr. Wink/Allison), "Velveteen Rabbit" (Ensemble), "Charlotte's Web" (Templeton/Narrator/Goose), "The Little Engine That Could" (Blue Dress Girl), "Cinderella" (Fairy Godmother), and "Miss Nelson is Missing" (Miss Nelson/Viola Swamp) Choreographic credits include "Mary Poppins," "A Christmas Story," "Tarzan," "Narnia," "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat," "Madeline's Christmas," "High School Musical," "High School Musical II," "The Cat in the Hat" and "Annie - The Musical." She was a 2015 Theater Arts Guild Best Choreographer nominee for "Mary Poppins," recipient of the 2014 National Freddy G Award given to outstanding musical theater educators, 2014 Theater Arts Guild nominee for her choreography of "Tarzan," and awarded the 2014 Theater Arts Guild Education Award. She is The Rose Theater's Resident Choreographer and Director of BROADWAY at the Rose, as well as the Rose Brigade and Transcendtrix Performing Company.

Jerry Brabec

Jerry Brabec

Jerry Brabec is an Ordained Deacon on the clergy staff at Omaha St. Paul United Methodist Church where he serves as Minister of Worship. His responsibilities include liturgical preparation for the congregation of 650. He also serves a choral director of Temple Israel’s Koi Rina. Awarded the Master of Music degree from the University of Nebraska, he studied choral conducting with Dr. Cina Cisara and Dr. Z Randall Stoope. As a chorister of the acclaimed Robert Shaw Festival Chorus at Carnegie Hall, he sang for five years under the baton of the late Robert Shaw, was twice selected one of six participants in the Alice Parker Melodius Accord Fellowship Program and continues his conducting studies with Ms. Parker each January in New York. At The Rose for the past eight seasons, Peter Pan marks his 27th show as a visiting music director/vocal coach. He also serves as music director for the nationally acclaimed Rose Brigade, one of the award-winning offerings of the BROADWAY at The Rose program. Formerly, Jerry taught at the high school level for Council Bluffs Community Schools, served as associate artistic director of the Omaha Clarion Chorale, and as artistic director for the Kanesville Chorus and Renaissance Faire of the Midlands.

Production Photos

The Music

Listen to the music of the Original Broadway Cast of Peter Pan:

Know Before You Go

Tickets

Show tickets are available at Will Call, if not picked up earlier. Lobby doors will open 45 minutes prior to the show. Tickets that have not been claimed five minutes prior to the the show may be released or sold.

Parking

The Rose is surrounded by several metered parking spots, active from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., Monday through Saturday. The cost is $0.25 per hour or $10 per day. Metered parking is free on Sundays and holidays. Free parking is available in the Wells Fargo parking lot on the northwest corner of 20th and Farnam streets on weekends and after 5:30 p.m. on weeknights. Parking is also available on weekends for $2 in the parking garage at 19th & Harney, courtesy of the Omaha Douglas County Public Building Commission.

Concessions

Cookies, soft drinks and water will be sold during the intermission of this show. Each item costs $1. Food and drinks must be consumed during intermission; food and drink is not permitted in the auditorium.

Accessibility

Everyone deserves a chance to experience the magic of theater. Performances are open to children and family members of all abilities. Click here to learn more about accessibility at The Rose.

Join Our Post-Performance Q&A Session!

A few minutes after the performance, our actors will conduct a Question & Answer session from the stage. It’s a wonderful opportunity to learn more about the scenery, costumes, special effects, and other aspects of the production. The actors may even have a question or two for you about the story.

Meet the Cast & Get an Autograph!

Some performers will be available after the show to say hello, pose in pictures, and sign their autographs for you. You can meet them on the mezzanine level right outside the entrance to our balcony level seats.

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