Before putting the finishing touches on the crocodile costume for "Peter Pan" I thought I would try it out.

Before putting the finishing touches on the crocodile costume for "Peter Pan" I thought I would try it out.

The crocodile (I named him Ruffles) for "Peter Pan," for which I used mostly old mattress foam and hot glue. He only needed half a body in his midsection, because he traveled in only one direction onstage. The key to making this giant puppet's human legs look reptilian was to have the actors hunch down and walk backwards instead of knees-forward. (Produced in 2008 by Theater Works, Peoria AZ. Directed by Jim Gradillas.)

The crocodile for "Peter Pan," The key to making this giant puppet's human legs look reptilian was to have the actors hunch down and walk backwards instead of knees-forward. (Produced in 2008 by Theater Works, Peoria AZ. Directed by Jim Gradillas.

I chose this set to be added to my design board because this could represent the…

Peter Pan Musical Stage Set - fireplace in between? I like the painted window: perhaps I can paint a circular top?

Peter Pan Jr. Costume and Set Pics. Styrofoam head boards?

We will try to borrow a window already mounted on a window box. Beds can be air mattresses with foam headboards or something similar.

Put on wheels so backside could be ship or lagoon/never land  Nursery windows

The brown panels become the pirate ship. Have a platform behind the window so they can "fly".

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We need a mast and a wheel for the ship scene. Todd will build mast, and a support for ship wheel.

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I belong to the generation of Americans who were treated, as children, to a very extraordinary television event in and – Mary Martin in “Peter Pan”!

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