Actress Alyssa Robbins Takes on Title Role in Casa Mañana's Peter Pan

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18 Apr 2014

Actress Alyssa Robbins has stepped into the title role of the Casa Mańana production of the classic musical Peter Pan, which will begin performances April 25.

The Dallas-area production was originally announced to feature 16-year-old male actor Clayton Slee as Peter. Slee departed the production due to scheduling conflicts.

Casa Mañana's Peter Pan will also include David Coffee as Captain Hook, Emma Colwell as Wendy and Greg Dulcie as Smee.

Also featured will be Paul T. Taylor, Julie Rhodes, Stefanie Tovar, Ryan Page, Matthew Brandon, Clinton Greenspan, Lindy Jones, Sarah Youngblood, Theodore Morris, Hunter Hall, MJ Martinez, Grace Moore, Ally Ramsey, Tanner Garmon, Ashton Miramontes, Emily Hensley, David Midkiff, Stephen Newton, Brandon Shreve, Chet Monday, Camryn Wright, Javier Casanova and Addie Morales.

The Broadway classic has music by Morris Charlap and Jule Styne, with lyrics by Carolyn Leigh, Betty Comden and Adolph Green. Peter Pan features such songs as "I'm Flying," "I've Gotta Crow," "I Won't Grow Up" and "Never Never Land."



Noah Putterman directs the production that runs through May 11. Jeremy Dumont is choreographer, and Sarah Gay is musical director.

The beloved musical has also been selected by NBC to be presented this holiday season as the network's next televised musical event. Producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron have not revealed whether they will cast a male or female actor as Peter Pan.

For tickets visit casamanana.org.