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Peter Pan first came to life in a London stage play by J. M. Barrie in 1904, followed by Barrie's novelization of the play in 1911. He has become a cultural icon, and even has a psychological condition named for him--the Peter Pan syndrome. The story has been adapted for stage, movies, musicals and television many times. The role of Peter is usually played by an adult woman, perhaps most notably by Mary Martin. Martin played the role on Broadway and in the 1954 musical version shown on NBC television in the United States. In revivals and national tours of the same production, Sandy Duncan and Cathy Rigby each took starring turns as Peter.   

In 1953 Walt Disney released the animated version that is now the best-known version of Barrie's tale. Disney had always loved the story, and had hoped to make it the next animated feature after Snow White. However, it took him several years to secure the rights to do so. Work began in 1940, then was put on hold during World War II. It, too, is musical, but does not use the same score as the Broadway production. Peter's appearance in the Disney film much like the costume used in the stage production. He's dressed all in green, with a pointed cap. Any of our Peter Pan costumes let you be either the stage or the animated version of the character. 

Another notable film adaptation was Steven Spielberg's live-action Hook in 1991. Its stars were Robin Williams as a grown-up Peter, Dustin Hoffman as Captain Hook, and Julia Roberts as Tinker Bell.   

Become Peter Pan or one of his friends in any of our Peter Pan costumes. We have costumes for Peter, Captain Hook, Wendy and Tinker Bell, in sizes for kids and adults. Who says you have to grow up?

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Pose Like Pan

There's more to becoming Peter Pan than just putting on a costume. If you want to really get into the character, you need to practice Peter's moves and poses. When in Neverland, do as Peter Pan does!

Ready to Fight Pose

The climactic scene in Peter Pan is Peter's battle with Captain Hook to rescue Wendy. He imitates the ticking sound of the crocodile that swallowed an alarm clock, so he can sneak up to Hook's ship. They have a sword fight, which ends with Peter kicking Hook overboard into the jaws of the waiting crocodile. Try this swashbuckling pose when you rescue a fair maiden: wide stance for good balance, alert and focused on your foe. After your epic battle you can proudly announce, "What a pity, Mr. Smee. I'm afraid we've lost the dear Captain."

Confident Pose

It's sometimes said that children are fearless and confident because they haven't learned about limitations yet. That's probably a pretty good description of how Peter Pan approaches life, and maybe why he doesn't want to grow up. He doesn't want to be told what he can or can't do! You can face the world with this confident pose, and bring Wendy, John & Michael Darling to Neverland for adventures. Then you'll have to let go and crow!

Leap Pose

Take flight as Peter Pan with a leap like this one! Now, think of the happiest things--it's the same as having wings. Any happy thought will do. Think of a day at the beach, or good times with friends, or even pirate adventures as Peter Pan. Take the path that moonbeams make, if the moon is still awake. Neverland awaits!

Playful Times Pose

Peter Pan wants always to be a little boy and have fun. Life is all about games and adventures, and listening to stories. He might sit just like this while Wendy tells bedtime stories to the Lost Boys, or while plotting his next raid on the Jolly Roger. You can plan a party or listen to music. No matter what you're planning, you'll be ready for playful times!

Peter Pan Costumes: You Never Have to Grow Up!

Neverland will always be the home of youth and joy and liberty, where Peter and the Lost Boys vow to never grow up and grow a mustache, pinch pennies, or shoulder responsibility. So, if you don't want to grow up, or go to school, or wear a tie, these costumes are just for you!

Adult Peter Pan Costume

We have good news and bad news for you. First, the bad news. You've already grown up--or at least your body has. The good news is that you can still be young in your mind and spirit. And a good way to tap into your inner child is with an Adult Peter Pan Costume. You can visit Neverland, play with pirates, and listen to bedtime stories. Or just have a good time at a costume party.

Child Peter Pan Costume

A Child Peter Pan Costume is perfect for the kid who doesn't want to grow up, or go to school, or wear a tie. Join up with a group of friends as the Lost Boys, and have all sorts of adventures! Do battle with Captain Hook and his pirate crew, rescue Tiger Lily or Wendy, or paddle a canoe in the mermaids' lagoon. Your imagination is the limit!

Who Plays Well with Peter Pan?

As an eternal child, Peter Pan is all about play. So, who does he play with? The Lost Boys, of course, but he has a few special friends. Well, Captain Hook isn't exactly a friend, but Peter spends time with him. As Peter Pan, you can have fun with Wendy or with Tinker Bell--or with any of your own friends!

Peter Pan and Tinker Bell

Tinker Bell is Peter's best friend, but she gets frustrated with him sometimes. And since a fairy is too small to be able to hold more than one feeling at a time, Tink calls Peter a "silly ass." But she also dispenses the pixie dust that, along with thinking lovely, wonderful thoughts, allows children to fly. So she's a good friend to have around!

Peter Pan and Wendy

Peter brings Wendy to Neverland to be a mother to the Lost Boys, and to tell them bedtime stories. Of course, it turns out that Wendy's idea of mothering involves a bit more than that. She tries to organize lessons for the boys, and makes them take baths. But she does tell wonderful stories!

Peter Pan and Captain Hook

As we noted, Captain Hook isn't exactly Peter's friend. But battling Hook and his pirate crew takes up a lot of Peter's time. Hook wants revenge for the loss of his hand, which Peter cut off in a fight. We're not quite sure if that qualifies as "playing well with others," but if Peter Pan and Captain Hook make a great costume duo!

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