In the days of your parents, Peter Pan was the show that threw up their theatrical performances because they could not see how the magic worked.
Sally Cookson's reinterpretation of Peter Pan in the new, magnificent and exciting Troubadour Theater near the White City subway captivates contemporary perceptions, because they can see how it works and be captured by the techniques.
In addition to a slow start of the fair, this is a pleasure in an always inventive staging. The moment in which the favorite children lift off their beds to fly to Neverland is achieved with the simplest of painted posters depicting windows and doors and then clouds, but of truly heartwarming beauty.
John Darling is almost drowning in a sea of ribbons, Hook is being attacked by a corrugated crocodile, flying on visible wires with human counterweights climbing glittering ladders - it's funny, clever and warm.
There are also some ass characterizations. Wendy is a robust, self-determined girl in Daisy Maywood's interpretation, adding an extra dimension to JM Barrie's decomposition of mother / child dynamics, especially in scenes with John Pfumojenas Pan, who are unsure but wonderfully naive when flirting with him.
As Mrs. Darling, Kelly Price turns into perhaps the wildest sadistic Captain Hook imaginable, and her shiny James Bond metal prostheses are so compelling that they should sell them in sets in the foyer.
Traditionally every kid gets a lump in his throat when Tinkerbell drinks the poison to save Peter, but it's a massive tribute to Shiv Rabheru's top-notch scene - he steals brattish tink with an angry Hindi-like language that is all his own that the magic still works and the kids clap to believe in fairies.
So you will. Second star right and straight to Shepherd's Bush.
Peter Pan, White City Theater of Troubadour, 201 Wood Lane, W12 7TU. Tickets £ 18- £ 69.50 until October 27, 2019.
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