James M. Barrie’s “Peter Pan”

The 1924 Silent Film

Bask in a live, improvised score by renowned organist Peter Krasinski accompanied by the live narration of Oscar-Nominee Lindsay Crouse!

Monday, January 21st at 3:00pm

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RUNTIME: 120-min
Presented in Collaboration with Cape Ann Cinema


All tickets bought for this event are for GENERAL ADMISSION seating.
If you need reasonable accommodations, such as wheelchair accessible seating….
...please call our Box Office: 781.646.4849
Wheelchair Accessible seating is Available

Doors Will Open for Seating 45-Minutes prior to curtain at 3:00PM…

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General Admission Seating:
ADULTS: $18.00
Toddlers 2 and under are Free!

...Monday, January 21st at 3:00pm




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Peter Pan, the kid who doesn’t want to grow up, arrives at the Darling home searching for his shadow. He meets the Darling children and takes them to Never-Never Land, where they will fight against Capt. Hook and his pirate ship and crew. At the end the children will be back in their warm beds. Written by Adalberto Fornario

James Barrie held out for 20 years before allowing his classic tale of childhood to be adapted for the screen, and every actress in Hollywood wanted the role of Peter Pan. Mary Pickford, Lillian Gish, and even Gloria Swanson thought they were perfect for the role, but Barrie, who supervised this wonderful adaptation, went with virtual unknown Betty Bronson, who was most associated with the role until Mary Martin’s TV role in 1960.











Oscar-Nominee, Lindsay Crouse



















Renowned Organist, Peter Krasinski