Peter Pan

Ballarat National Theatre

Ballarat National Theatre presents a dramatised audiobook of James M. Barrie's novel, Peter Pan. This adaptation – directed by Elizabeth Bradford, Olivia French and Marli van der Bijl and featuring a cast of Australian actors – explores the darker themes in Barrie's classic tale and brings them to life with music and sound effects.

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Peter Breaks Through
Apr 7 2021
Peter Breaks Through
Chapter 1 – The happy home of the Darling family is disrupted by the arrival of Peter Pan, whose visits to the Nursery don't go unnoticed by Mrs Darling. This episode was directed by Marli van der Bijl with Elizabeth Bradford and Olivia French. It features the voices of Matthew Bradford as Narrator, Trillian Sharples as Peter Pan, Anna Bilbrough as Mrs Darling, Barry Kay as Mr Darling, Alana Denham Preston as Wendy Darling, Ethan Bradford & Joseph Appleton as John Darling, James Bradford & Felix Steinwandel as Michael Darling, Casey Withoos as  Liza, Yuki French Walker as Nana, Jack Emond & Jono Lukins as Mary's Suitors and Elizabeth Bradford as Mary's Friend. Sound design and musical direction for this episode by Marli van der Bijl. Attributions for sound and music used in this episode can be found here. 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 Bunurong, Dja Dja Wurrung, Gadigal, Ngunnawal, Noongar, Wadawurrung, Wangal 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. Support our community theatre company and help us create future stories by becoming a member or follow Ballarat National Theatre on Instagram and Facebook.
Peter Breaks Through
Apr 7 2021
Peter Breaks Through
Chapter 1 – The happy home of the Darling family is disrupted by the arrival of Peter Pan, whose visits to the Nursery don't go unnoticed by Mrs Darling. This episode was directed by Marli van der Bijl with Elizabeth Bradford and Olivia French. It features the voices of Matthew Bradford as Narrator, Trillian Sharples as Peter Pan, Anna Bilbrough as Mrs Darling, Barry Kay as Mr Darling, Alana Denham Preston as Wendy Darling, Ethan Bradford & Joseph Appleton as John Darling, James Bradford & Felix Steinwandel as Michael Darling, Casey Withoos as  Liza, Yuki French Walker as Nana, Jack Emond & Jono Lukins as Mary's Suitors and Elizabeth Bradford as Mary's Friend. Sound design and musical direction for this episode by Marli van der Bijl. Attributions for sound and music used in this episode can be found here. 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 Bunurong, Dja Dja Wurrung, Gadigal, Ngunnawal, Noongar, Wadawurrung, Wangal 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. Support our community theatre company and help us create future stories by becoming a member or follow Ballarat National Theatre on Instagram and Facebook.
The Shadow
Apr 16 2021
The Shadow
Chapter 2 – Scared off by Nana, Peter flees the Nursery leaving his shadow behind. Mrs Darling shares the discovery with her husband, but Mr Darling is reluctant to believe in such a boy. This episode was directed by Elizabeth Bradford with Olivia French and Marli van der Bijl. It features the voices of Matthew Bradford as Narrator, Anna Bilbrough as Mrs Darling, Barry Kay as Mr Darling, Alana Denham-Preston as Wendy Darling, Joseph Appleton as John Darling, Felix Steinwandel as Michael Darling, Olivia French as Nana and Emily Archer as the Smallest Star. Sound design for this episode by Elizabeth Bradford. Attributions for sound and music used in this episode can be found here. 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 Bunurong, Dja Dja Wurrung,  Gadigal, Ngunnawal, Noongar, Wadawurrung, Wangal 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.Support our community theatre company and help us create future stories by becoming a member or follow Ballarat National Theatre on Instagram and Facebook.
Wake Up! Wake Up!
Apr 23 2021
Wake Up! Wake Up!
Chapter 3 – Peter returns to the Nursery with Tinker Bell to search for his missing shadow. Unable to reattach it, his frustrated cries wake Wendy. This episode was directed by Olivia French with Elizabeth Bradford and Marli van der Bijl. It features the voices of Matthew Bradford as Narrator, Trillian Sharples as Peter Pan, Anna Faye as Tinker Bell and Alana Denham Preston as Wendy Darling. Audio editing for this episode by Jacob Thompson and sound design by Marli van der Bijl. Attributions for sound and music used in this episode can be found here.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 Bunurong, Ngunnawal, Wadawurrung  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. Support our community theatre company and help us create future stories by becoming a member or follow Ballarat National Theatre on Instagram and Facebook.
Now, Peter!
Apr 29 2021
Now, Peter!
Peter has promised to take Wendy, John and Michael to the Neverland. First, he must teach them to fly.This episode was directed by Olivia French with Elizabeth Bradford and Marli van der Bijl. It features the voices of Matthew Bradford as Narrator, Trillian Sharples as Peter Pan, Alana Denham-Preston as Wendy Darling, Joseph Appleton as John Darling, Felix Steinwandel as Michael Darling and Anna Faye as Tinker Bell. Audio editing by Marli van der Bijl and sound design by Jacob Thompson. Attributions for sound and music used in this episode can be found here. 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 is produced on the lands of the Boonwurrung, Wadawurrung and Wurundjeri people. Cast recordings for this episode were made on the lands of the Bunurong, Dja Dja Wurrung, Ngunnawal, Noongar, Wadawurrung, Woiworrung  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 Support our community theatre company and help us create future stories by becoming a member or follow Ballarat National Theatre on Instagram and Facebook
The Flight
May 9 2021
The Flight
Chapter 4 – The Darling children have taken to the skies with Peter Pan, but flying isn’t as easy as he makes it seem.This episode was directed by Olivia French with Elizabeth Bradford and Marli van der Bijl. It features the voices of Matthew Bradford as Narrator, Trillian Sharples as Peter Pan, Alana Denham-Preston as Wendy, Joe Appleton as John Darling, Felix Steinwandel as Michael Darling and Anna Faye as Tinker Bell.Sound design for this episode by Jacob Thompson. Musical direction by Marli van der Bijl. Attributions for sound and music used in this episode can be found here.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 Dja Dja Wurrung, Ngunnawal, Noongar, Wadawurrung 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.Support our community theatre company and help us create future stories by becoming a member or follow Ballarat National Theatre on Instagram and Facebook.
The Island Come True
May 21 2021
The Island Come True
Chapter 5 – As Pan makes his way back to the Neverland the magical island begins to stir to life.This episode was directed by Elizabeth Bradford with Olivia French and Marli van der Bijl.It features the voices of Matthew Bradford as Narrator, Anna Faye as Tinker Bell, 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, Alana Denham-Preston as Wendy Darling, Barry Kay as Captain James Hook, Annie Laurenson as Smee, Conagh Punch as Starkey, Paul Canlan as Cecco and Skylights, Jono Lukins as Mullins and Teynte, Fred Preston as Cookson, Scourie and Foggerty, Daniel Lamech as Jukes and Turley Nigel Goodwin as Noodler and Quercus, Jack Emond as Chameleon and Baobab the Great and Kira Yang as Tiger Lily.Sound design for this episode by Elizabeth Bradford and musical direction by Marli van der Bijl. Attributions for this episode can be found here.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.Support our community theatre company and help us create future stories by becoming a member or follow Ballarat National Theatre on Instagram and Facebook.
The Little House
May 27 2021
The Little House
Chapter 6 – Tinker Bell’s plan worked and Tootles shot the Wendy bird, but the Lost Boys’ triumph is short-lived. This episode was directed by Marli van der Bijl with Elizabeth Bradford and Olivia French.  It  features the voices of Matthew Bradford as Narrator, Trillian Sharples as Peter Pan, Anna Faye as Tinker Bell, Alana Denham-Preston as Wendy Darling, Joe 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 and Emily Archer as Pockets. Sound design and musical direction for this episode by Marli van der Bijl. Attributions for sound and music used in this episode can be found here. 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 Dja Dja Wurrung, Ngunnawal, Noongar, Wadawurrung 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.Support our community theatre company and help us create future stories by becoming a member or follow Ballarat National Theatre on Instagram and Facebook.
The Home Underground
Jun 4 2021
The Home Underground
Chapter 7 – The Darlings make a home in the Neverland with Peter and the Lost Boys. This episode was directed by Olivia French with Elizabeth Bradford and Marli van der Bijl.It features the voices of Matthew Bradford as Narrator, Trillian Sharples as Peter Pan, Alana Denham-Preston as Wendy Darling, Joe Appleton as John Darling, Felix Steinwandel as Michael Darling, Anna Faye as Tinker Bell, 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, Barry Kay as Captain James Hook, Annie Laurenson as Smee, Conagh Punch as Gentleman Starkey, Fred Preston as Cookson, Kira Yang as Tiger Lily, Jack Emond as Baobab the Great, Daniel Lamech as Fraxinus, Nigel Goodwin as Quercus and Casey Withoos as the Never Bird.Sound design for this episode by Jacob Thompson. Musical direction by Marli van der Bijl. Attributions for sound and music used in this episode can be found here.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 Bunurong, Dja Dja Wurrung, Eastern Maar, Eora, Kaurna, Ngunnawal, Noongar, Wadawurrung, Whadjuk, Woiworrung 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.Support our community theatre company and help us create future stories by becoming a member or follow Ballarat National Theatre on Instagram and Facebook.
Late (A Mini Adventure)
Jun 12 2021
Late (A Mini Adventure)
Three impatient Lost Boys are waiting in the Nursery for someone important. But he seems to be a little... late.This mini adventure features the voices of Evie Ifandoudas as Tootles, Katerina Ifandoudas as Twin 1, Irini Ifandoudas as Twin 2 and Anna Faye as Tinker Bell.Special thank you to Daniela Ifandoudas for helping make this come to life!Our production team would like to thank the audience for listening to our audiobook and those who have been leaving us reviews on Apple Podcasts or sharing the audiobook on social media. We read and appreciate everything, especially our cast — who sometimes feel a little silly sitting in a wardrobe with a microphone talking to themselves.If you have a favourite character (a Lost Boy, Tinker Bell or maybe a pirate from the Jolly Roger) that you'd like to hear in the credits of a future episode, let us know. We might be able to create a little more magic for you!Sound design for this episode by Elizabeth Bradford. Attributions for sound and music used in this episode can be found here.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 Eora and Wadawurrung 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.Support our community theatre company and help us create future stories by becoming a member or follow Ballarat National Theatre on Instagram and Facebook.
The Mermaids' Lagoon
Jun 18 2021
The Mermaids' Lagoon
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.Support our community theatre company and help us create future stories by becoming a member or follow Ballarat National Theatre on Instagram and Facebook.
The Never Bird
Jun 19 2021
The Never Bird
Chapter 9 – Peter saved Wendy from Marooners’ Rock after they became stranded following the battle with the pirates. But who will come to save Peter? This episode was directed by Marli van der Bijl with Elizabeth Bradford and Olivia French. It features the voices of Matthew Bradford as Narrator, Trillian Sharples as Peter Pan, Casey Withoos as the Never Bird and Conagh Punch as Gentleman Starkey, Joe 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 and Alana Denham-Preston as Wendy.Sound design and musical direction for this episode by Marli van der Bijl. Attributions for this episode can be found here.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 Boonwurrung, 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.Support our community theatre company and help us create future stories by becoming a member or follow Ballarat National Theatre on Instagram and Facebook.
The Happy Home
Jun 24 2021
The Happy Home
Chapter 10 – The children find themselves new friends in the Neverlanders after saving Tiger Lily on Marooners’ Rock. The home under the ground starts becoming a family as they settle in for one of Wendy’s stories.This episode was directed by Olivia French with Elizabeth Bradford and Marli van der Bijl.It features the voices of Matthew Bradford as Narrator, Trillian Sharples as Peter Pan, Kira Yang as Tiger Lily, Daniel Lamech as Fraxinus, Nigel Goodwin as Quercus, Jack Emond as Baobab the Great, Alana Denham-Preston as Wendy, Irini Ifandoudas as Twin 1, Katerina Ifandoudas as Twin 2, Eloise Keppler as Nibs, Megan Lilley as Slightly, Solveig Yen as Curly, Joseph Appleton as John Darling, Felix Steinwandel as Michael Darling, Evie Ifandoudas as Tootles, Emily Archer as Pockets and Anna Faye as Tinker Bell.Sound design for this episode by Jacob Thompson and musical direction by Marli van der Bijl. Attributions for this episode can be found here.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 Bunurong, Dja Dja Wurrung, Eora, Kaurna, Ngunnawal, Noongar, Wadawurrung, Whadjuk 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.Support our community theatre company and help us create future stories by becoming a member or follow Ballarat National Theatre on Instagram and Facebook.
Wendy's Story
Jul 3 2021
Wendy's Story
Chapter 12  – Wendy tells the boys a familiar story about three children who flew away from home.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, Alana Denham-Preston as Wendy, Joseph Appleton as John Darling, Felix Steinwandel as Michael Darling, Evie Ifandoudas as Tootles, Katerina Ifandoudas as Twin 1, Irini Ifandoudas as Twin 2, Eloise Keppler as Nibs, Megan Lilley as Slightly, Solveig Yen as Curly and Emily Archer as Pockets. Sound design for this episode by Elizabeth Bradford. Attributions for this episode can be found here.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 Bunurong, Dja Dja Wurrung, Gadigal, Ngunnawal, Noongar, Wadawurrung, Wangal 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.Support our community theatre company and help us create future stories by becoming a member or follow Ballarat National Theatre on Instagram and Facebook.
The Night of Nights
Jul 16 2021
The Night of Nights
Chapter 13 – A brutal battle between the pirates and the Neverlanders rages above the Home Underground, but what is Hook really after? This episode was directed by Elizabeth Bradford and adapted for audio by Olivia French.It features the voices of Matthew Bradford as Narrator, Trillian Sharples as Peter Pan, Kira Yang as Tiger Lily, Daniel Lamech as Fraxinus, Nigel Goodwin as Quercus, Jack Emond as Baobab the Great, Alana Denham-Preston as Wendy, Irini Ifandoudas as Twin 1, Katerina Ifandoudas as Twin 2, Eloise Keppler as Nibs, Megan Lilley as Slightly, Solveig Yen as Curly, Joseph Appleton as John Darling, Felix Steinwandel as Michael Darling, Evie Ifandoudas as Tootles, Emily Archer as Pockets, Annie Laurenson as Smee and Barry Kay as Captain James Hook.Sound design for this episode by Elizabeth Bradford. Attributions for this episode can be found here.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 Bunurong, Eora, Kaurna, Noongar, Wadawurrung, Whadjuk 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.Support our community theatre company and help us create future stories by becoming a member or follow Ballarat National Theatre on Instagram and Facebook.
Do You Believe in Fairies?
Jul 18 2021
Do You Believe in Fairies?
Chapter 13 – The pirates have captured the children, but where is Peter? Still asleep in the home under the ground, blissfully unaware of tragedy unfolding.  This episode was directed by Olivia French with Elizabeth Bradford and Marli van der Bijl.It features the voices of Matthew Bradford as Narrator, Trillian Sharples as Peter Pan, Anna Faye as Tinker Bell and Barry Kay as Captain James Hook.Sound design for this episode by Jacob Thompson with Elizabeth Bradford and Marli van der Bijl. Attributions for this episode can be found here.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 Wadawurrung 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.Support our community theatre company and help us create future stories by becoming a member or follow Ballarat National Theatre on Instagram and Facebook.
Soup (A Mini Adventure)
Jul 23 2021
Soup (A Mini Adventure)
Wendy, John, Michael and the Lost Boys are in the galley with Smee. It's nearing lunch time, but who knows what trouble they will cook up. This episode was directed by Elizabeth Bradford with Amanda Mill and written by Daniela Ifandoudas (inspired by James M. Barrie's characters).It features the voices of Annie Laurenson as Smee, Alana Denham-Preston as Wendy Darling, Joseph Appleton as John Darling, Felix Steinwandel as Michael Darling, Evie Ifandoudas as Tootles, Megan Lilley as Slightly, Eloise Kepler as Nibs, Solveig Yen as Curly, Irini Ifandoudas as Twin 1, Katerina Ifandoudas as Twin 2, Emily Archer as Pockets and Ethan Bradford as MumblesSound design by Elizabeth Bradford with much needed troubleshooting help from Marli van der Bijl and Herman "The Sound Hound" Putter — thank you both! Attributions for this episode can be found here.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. Bunurong, Dja Dja Wurrung, Eora, Ngunnawal, Noongar, Wadawurrung, Whadjuk, Woiwurrung, and Wurundjeri people. This production was produced on the lands of the Boonwurrung, Wadawurrung 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.Support our community theatre company and help us create future stories by becoming a member or follow Ballarat National Theatre on Instagram and Facebook.
The Pirate Ship
Aug 1 2021
The Pirate Ship
Chapter 14 – Captain Hook reflects on board the Jolly Roger after poisoning Pan, as the pirates prepare for the children to walk the plank. Will help come in time?This episode was directed by Marli van der Bijl with Elizabeth Bradford and Olivia French. It features the voices of Matthew Bradford as Narrator, Alana Denham-Preston as Wendy Darling, Joseph Appleton as John Darling, Felix Steinwandel as Michael Darling, Barry Kay as Captain Hook, Annie Laurenson as Smee, Jono Lukins as Mullins and Teytne, Daniel Lamech as Jukes, Fred Preston as Cookson, Paul Canlan as Cecco, Nigel Goodwin as Noodler, Jack Edmond as Chameleon, 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 and Emily Archer as Pockets.Sound design and musical direction for this episode by Marli van der Bijl. Attributions for this episode can be found here.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 Bunurong, Dja Dja Wurrung, Eastern Maar, Eora, Gadigal, Ngunnawal, Noongar, Taungurung, Wadawurrung, Wangal, Whadjuk, Wurundjeri and Woi Wurrung 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.Support our community theatre company and help us create future stories by becoming a member or follow Ballarat National Theatre on Instagram and Facebook.
Tick, Tock!
Aug 20 2021
Tick, Tock!
Chapter 15 – Hook and his crew have captured the children and are about to make them walk the plank, but the pirates are being taken out one by one. Who or what is doing this?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, Alana Denham-Preston as Wendy Darling, 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, Barry Kay as Captain Hook, Annie Laurenson as Smee, Conagh Punch as Gentleman Starkey, Jono Lukins as Teynte and Mullins, Daniel Lamech as Bill Jukes, Jack Emond as Chameleon, Paul Canlan as Cecco, Fred Preston as Cookson and Nigel Goodwin as Noodler.Sound design for this episode by Elizabeth Bradford and musical direction by Marli van der Bijl. Attributions for this episode can be found here.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 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.Support our community theatre company and help us create future stories by becoming a member or follow Ballarat National Theatre on Instagram and Facebook.
Hook or Me This Time
Aug 27 2021
Hook or Me This Time
An oath fulfilled. Time has run out. The final battle between Pan and Hook will reveal all — Hook or Pan this time?This episode features 'You've Got Me, James Hook!' by Stamatis Seraphim during the battle between Pan and Hook. Simply put, it's breathtaking! ♥ We hope that it moves you as much as it moved us.This episode was directed by Elizabeth Bradford, Olivia French and Marli van der Bijl. Sound design by Jacob Thompson and musical direction by Marli van der Bijl.It features the voices of Matthew Bradford as Narrator, Trillian Sharples as Peter Pan, Barry Kay as Captain Hook, Annie Laurenson as Smee, Conagh Punch as Gentleman Starkey, Jono Lukins as Mullins, Nigel Goodwin as Noodler and Quercus, Jack Emond as Chameleon, Fred Preston as Cookson, Alana Denham-Preston as Wendy 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 and Kira Yang as Tiger Lily. 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 Bunurong, Eastern Maar, Eora, Gadigal, Kaurna, Ngunnawal, Noongar, Wadawurrung, Wangal, Whadjuk 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.Support our community theatre company and help us create future stories by becoming a member or follow Ballarat National Theatre on Instagram and Facebook.
The Return Home
Sep 3 2021
The Return Home
Chapter 16 – The Darlings are finally returning home, but Peter has flown on ahead to bar the window to Nursery.This episode was directed by Marli van der Bijl with Elizabeth Bradford and Olivia French.It features the voices of Matthew Bradford as Narrator, Trillian Sharples as Peter Pan, Alana Denham-Preston as Wendy Darling, Joseph Appleton as John Darling, Felix Steinwandel as Michael Darling, Anna Bilbrough as Mrs Darling, Barry Kay as Mr Darling, Casey Withoos as Liza, Anna Faye as Tinker Bell, Evie Ifandoudas as Tootles, Megan Lilley as Slightly, Solveig Yen as Curly, Eloise Keppler as Nibs, Katerina Ifandoudas as Twin 1, Irini Ifandoudas as Twin 2, Emily Archer as Pockets, Jono Lukins as Kennel Carrier #1, Jack Emond as Pirate Ghost, Daniel Lamech as Emotional Bystander, Olivia French as Hysterical Women in Crowd and Elizabeth Bradford as Mr Darling Fangirls.Sound design and musical direction for this episode by Marli van der Bijl. Attributions for this episode can be found here.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 Bunurong, Dja Dja Wurrung, Eora, Ngunnawal, Noongar, Wadawurrung, Whadjuk, Woiwurrung, 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.Support our community theatre company and help us create future stories by becoming a member or follow Ballarat National Theatre on Instagram and Facebook.