Peter Pan The Musical in Austin at Bass Concert Hall, Texas : Tickets and Musical Dates.

Peter Pan the musical Austin

Welcome to the magical world of Peter Pan: The Musical, where dreams take flight and adventures never cease! Set sail with us to the enchanting Bass Concert Hall in Austin, Texas, where the timeless tale of the boy who never grows up comes to life on stage.

Presented by a talented cast and crew, Peter Pan: The Musical promises an experience filled with wonder, laughter, and the joy of childhood imagination.

Austin Peter Pan musical

What is the plot of the musical Peter Pan?

Peter Pan tells us a story about a boy named Peter who never grows up and can fly. He takes Wendy, John, Michael, and Tinker Bell, his friends, to a magical place called Neverland. There, they meet pirates led by Captain Hook, mermaids, and other kids who never grow up like Peter.

Don't miss your chance to be part of this extraordinary adventure! Secure your tickets now and mark your calendars for the musical dates at Bass Concert Hall. Let your imagination soar as you join us in Neverland, where dreams really do come true.

Peter Pan Austin Tickets 2025

Step into the enchanting world of Peter Pan The Musical at Bass Concert Hall, Austin! Only from December 10th to December 15th, 2025, hop on an unforgettable journey filled with magic, adventure, and the spirit of everlasting youth.

Featuring mesmerizing music, dazzling choreography, and breathtaking special effects, this captivating production promises an evening of wonder and delight for audiences of all ages.

Reserve your tickets now and be part of this extraordinary adventure that will leave you believing in fairy tales once again. Fly with us to Neverland and create memories that will last a lifetime!

Peter Pan musical in Bass Concert Hall, Austin

Finally, the Bass Concert Hall is hosting Peter Pan The Musical! This long-awaited event has sparked excitement among countless fans of this electrifying performance. Opened in 1981, the primary theater under Texas Performing Arts reigns as Austin's largest, accommodating 2,900 spectators. The Nancy Lee and Perry R. Bass Concert Hall showcases a grand stage, an orchestra pit capable of hosting 100 musicians, spacious dressing rooms for over 100 performers, state-of-the-art lighting, sound, and rigging systems, along with an expansive backstage area equipped with workshops for carpentry, costumes, painting, metalwork, and props. Renowned for its impressive size and amenities, Bass Concert Hall is a prestigious venue that draws top-tier performers and elaborate productions from around the globe.

The Bass Concert Hall policy

  • Every attendee, regardless of age, must possess a ticket for entry.
  • External food or beverages, including water, are prohibited from being brought into the venue.
  • All individuals and bags are subject to inspection.
  • The University of Texas at Austin maintains a tobacco-free campus policy.
  • Bass Concert Hall and McCullough Theatre do not permit re-entry once exited.

Exceptions will be granted for individuals with disabilities, medical needs, or special requirements.

The list of prohibited Items

  • All forms of tobacco and tobacco products, including e-cigarettes, per UT Tobacco-Free Policy
  • Large backpacks or luggage
  • Outside food or drink (including water)
  • Recording devices of any kind
  • Cameras with detachable lenses or tripods
  • Hard containers including glass and vases
  • Items deemed as weapons (including pocket knives) and fireworks
  • Banners, balloons, and noisemakers
  • Selfie-sticks
  • Tablets
  • Laptops
  • Pets (Trained service animals or service animals in training with identifiable vests will be allowed. Service animals must remain on leash or in a harness at all times.)

How to get to the Bass Concert Hall to watch the musical Petep Pan?

By bus

Buses with numbers 10, 171, 20, 7 have the nearest stops to our destination: 400 23rd/San Jacinto; 2301 San Jacinto/23rd; 23rd/Trinity SW Corner; 23rd/Trinity NW Corner; 501 23rd/Trinity; San Jacinto/23rd (Midblock); 601 23rd/Trinity; Dean Keeton/Robert Dedman; Downtown Station.

By car

If you want to set up your individual route just search up for an address: 2350 Robert Dedman Drive, Austin, TX 78712.


We recommend you to arrive early to handle all parking arrangements, as free parking is unavailable on The University of Texas campus.
There are several options for parking:

The San Jacinto Garage stands is the nearest parking option to Texas Performing Arts venues on campus. Visitors are advised to pre-purchase parking for the San Jacinto Garage online before the event.

Also you can try additional parking options, for example surface parking Lot 39, situated east of the LBJ Library.

Accessible parking spaces are accessible on Trinity Street and within the San Jacinto Garage as well. From Monday to Friday, between 7:30 am and 5:45 pm, a UT Parking Permit is required for these spaces.

The last option is parking in Lot 39 and the Special Accommodation Parking on Robert Dedman Drive that works on a first-come. You can pay for parking using the Parkmobile app. When you park, look for the parking zone number shown on the signs in the parking area. Then, use the app to make your payment using that number.

Seating Chart at the Bass Concert Hall

The Bass Concert Hall can accommodate 2,900 spectators overall. It contains 2 balcony rows, orchestra and pit. Check out the seating chart provided above and secure your seat today!

bass concert hall seating chart

Peter Pan The Musical Cast

Experience the remarkable performances of these gifted actors in the Peter Pan musical:

  • Jeremy Taylor as Peter Pan
  • Lloyd Owen as Captain Hook
  • Carina Gillespie portrays Wendy
  • Linzi Hateley portrays Mary Darling
  • Amy Lennox as Tiger Lily
  • Delroy Atkinson takes on the role of Captain Nezerra
  • Emily Hawgood as Liza
  • Brian Gilligan brings Smee to life
  • Claire Hillier as Mrs. Bumbrake
  • Clare Halse as Jane
  • Delroy Atkinson portrays Ravello
  • David Bardsley portrays George Darling
  • Alan Morrissey portrays Michael Darling

Don't miss the chance to witness the extraordinary talents of this cast!


What is the premise of Peter Pan The Musical?

Peter Pan The Musical portrays the timeless tale of Peter Pan, the youthful boy, and his adventures in the magical world of Neverland through live theatrical presentations.

How long does the performance last?

The duration of Peter Pan The Musical may vary depending on the particular production and the inclusion of any intermissions. Generally, the show typically runs for approximately two to two and a half hours, with a break included.

Are there any age restrictions for attendance?

Usually, there are no specific age limitations for attending Peter Pan The Musical. However, it's advisable for parents to use their discretion in determining whether the show is suitable for very young children.

Is the show suitable for kids?

Yes, Peter Pan The Musical offers family-friendly entertainment that is appropriate for audiences of all ages. However, parents should be aware that certain scenes may feature fantasy violence.

Can I take photos or videos during the performance?

No, the capturing of photographs or videos is strictly prohibited during the performance.

What are some standout songs from Peter Pan The Musical?

Some memorable songs from Peter Pan The Musical include I'm Flying," "Never Never Land," "I Won't Grow Up," "Wendy," and "Hook's Tango."

How is the sound quality during the performance?

The sound quality during Peter Pan The Musical is exceptional, with a professional sound team ensuring that every note and lyric is crystal clear.

Can audience members expect any surprises or unique interpretations of the Peter Pan story through the music?

While Peter Pan The Musical remains faithful to the beloved story, it also offers unique interpretations and creative twists that breathe new life into the classic tale.