Peter Pan

By J. M. Barrie

adapted by David Greig

Direction Ingo Berk / Puppets Mervyn Millar / Set Designer Damian Hitz / Costume Designer Eva Krämer / Sound Patrik Zeller
Cast Claudius Körber, Matthias Neukirch, Kornelia Lüdorff, Anna Blomeier, Dominic Hartmann, Silvio Kretschmer, Julian-Nico Tzschentke, Benito Bause, Jasper Engelhardt, Sarah Gailer, Johanna Köster, Ludwig Boettger

Peter Pan Claudius Körber
Mr. Darling / Captain Hook Matthias Neukirch
Mrs. Darling / Seeräuber Jenny Kornelia Lüdorff
Wendy Anna Blomeier
John Dominic Hartmann
Michael Silvio Kretschmer
Tootles Julian-Nico Tzschentke
Slightly Benito Bause
Curly Jasper Engelhardt
Tigerlilly Sarah Gailer
Tinkerbell Johanna Köster
Mr. Murphy / Smee Ludwig Boettger
Direction Ingo Berk
Puppets Mervyn Millar, Christine Rippmann
Set Designer Damian Hitz
Costume Designer Eva Krämer
Sound Patrik Zeller
Fight choreographies Salome Schneebeli
Lighting Designer Christoph Kunz
Dramaturg Karolin Trachte
Assistant Director Manon Pfrunder
Assistant Stage Designer Sandra Antille
Assistant Costume Designer Sabrina Bosshard
Internship Direction Selina Rohr, Alexandra Wittmer
Internship Costumes Laura Hasenöhrl
Internship Stage Design and Costumes Camille Spiller
Prompter Rita von Horváth
Stage Manager Dagmar Renfer
Theatre Education Carola Berendts
One night, Peter Pan comes to Wendy, Michael and John, and lures the three siblings into flying with him to Neverland – a place full of fairy dust and wild battles. On this fantastical island, anyone can do anything, as long as they believe they can – even fly. This is the home of Peter Pan and the “Lost Boys.” Together, they fight Captain Hook and his notorious pirates. Everything is thrills and spills, and one great, spectacular game. Only one thing is missing here: mothers. Neverland is a symbol of childhood, but J. M. Barrie’s classic, “Peter Pan,” also tells the story of outcasts and forgotten children. Director Ingo Berk stages the production together with the puppeteer Mervyn Millar, with whom he also created a fantastical world of adventure for “Die Brüder Löwenherz” (2014).


  • Stadt Zurich
  • Swiss Re
  • Zürcher Kantonalbank
  • Migros