Peter Pan Musical in Seattle at the Paramount Theatre : Tickets and Musical Dates

You should come to the Paramount Theatre in Seattle, where you can experience an amazing "Peter Pan: The Musical"! Get ready for an exciting adventure with Peter Pan, Wendy, Tinker Bell, and the Lost Boys as they try to outsmart the tricky Captain Hook. It's a magical journey that you won't want to miss!

Peter Pan Seattle

What’s the plot?

“Peter Pan: The Musical" tells the timeless tale of Peter Pan, a boy who never grows up, and his adventures in Neverland. Joined by Wendy, John, and Michael Darling and the villainous Captain Hook. Filled with thrilling battles, friendship, and bravery, they must protect Neverland and find their way back home.

What is more, this musical has won 3 Tony awards:

  1. Best Actress in a Musical. 1955 Winner. Mary Martin.
  2. Best Featured Actor in a Musical. 1955 Winner. Cyril Ritchard.
  3. Stage Technician. 1955 Winner. Technical Crew: Richard Rodda.

When is Peter Pan the Musical in Seattle, WA?

Don't miss out on the magical experience of "Peter Pan: The Musical" at the Paramount Theatre in Seattle, WA, running from August 21st to August 25th, 2025! Become a part of an unforgettable story.
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Paramount Theater in Seattle: information

Originally built in 1928 as the Seattle Theatre, the Paramount Theatre is a famous entertainment spot in Seattle. It used to host vaudeville shows and silent movies, attracting big crowds in the 1920s. Now, it's still a popular place for all kinds of shows, from Broadway musicals to famous bands and comedians. It's even a historic landmark, recognized for its beautiful design. Over the years, big names like Pink Floyd, Madonna, and Nirvana have performed here, making it a special place with lots of history. That's why it's always busy and loved by people in Seattle.

Paramount Theater policy

  1. Food and Drink Policy:
    Outside food and drinks are not allowed inside the Paramount Theater. While food is sometimes available for purchase, it may not be offered at all events. However, there are full-service bars open for most performances. Only guests who are 21 years old or older are permitted to consume alcoholic beverages during shows, and valid ID will be checked for all alcohol purchases, so please have yours ready.

  2. Bag Policy:
    Guests are permitted to bring one bag, which must not exceed dimensions of 8” x 12” x 6”. All bags are subject to inspection. For safety reasons, patrons may be asked to open their jackets or undergo a brief security check with a metal detector wand before entering the venue. Large bags, backpacks, wallet chains, and similar personal items are typically not allowed at rock concerts and similar events.

  3. Camera Policy:
    Photography or recording of performances, including with cell phones, is strictly prohibited inside the theater.

How do I get to the Paramount Theater in Seattle to see Peter Pan?

The Paramount Theatre is situated in downtown Seattle, positioned at the intersection of 9th Avenue and Pine Street. It's conveniently located just one block north of the Washington State Convention Center and directly across from the entrance to the Convention Place Metro Tunnel. This central location makes it easily accessible whether you're driving or using public transportation, and it's within walking distance of many major bus stops.

Also, the Paramount Theatre is one block North of the Washington State Convention Center, and directly across the street from the Convention Place Metro Tunnel entrance. There are two options:

  1. Going North on I-5 take the Olive Way exit (which exits off the right of the freeway) and turn right at the light onto Melrose. Make a right on Pine Street. The Paramount Theatre is located on your left, on the corner of 9th Avenue and Pine Street.
  2. Going South on I-5 take the Stewart Street exit. You should follow Stewart to 9th Avenue and turn left and follow 9th Avenue for two blocks to Pine Street. The Paramount Theatre is located on the corner of 9th Avenue and Pine Street.

While the Paramount Theatre doesn't have its own parking lot, there are several pay lots in the vicinity, along with metered street parking. It is important to mention that street parking becomes free after 8 pm and is also free on Sundays. Additionally, multi-level parking garages are available nearby at locations like The Grand Hyatt’s 7th and Pike Street Garage, The Washington State Convention Center, and Pacific Place Mall.

For dropping off passengers, there's a loading zone conveniently located on
Paramount Theatre. For more information check out an address:
911 Pine Street, Washington 98101

Seating Chart at the Paramount Theatre

At the Paramount Theatre, you have various seating options available at different price points:

The main floor, also known as the "orchestra level," is divided into four primary sections. On each side of the main floor, there are smaller elevated sections, which are wheelchair accessible. Depending on the show, orchestra pit seating may be offered. In these cases, the orchestra pit is lowered and cushioned, and standalone chairs are set up for seating.

The balcony of the Paramount Theatre is also divided into four sections, with walkways separating them. Unfortunately, the balcony is not accessible via elevator.

The main floor's cabaret-style seating accommodates 568 guests and features tables for two, four, and six people. Guests with cabaret seats can enjoy cocktails and light snacks, with food service starting one hour before the show and cocktail service available throughout the performance.

Peter Pan Paramount Theatre Seating Chart

The Paramount Theatre has 2,807 available seats for seating.

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Peter Pan: The Musical Cast

Meet the amazing cast of the Peter Pan musical (in order of appearance):

  1. Carina Gillespie as Wendy
  2. Delroy Atkinson as Captain Nezerra
  3. Emily Hawgood as Liza
  4. Claire Hillier as Mrs. Bumbrake
  5. Jeremy Taylor as Peter Pan
  6. Clare Halse as Jane
  7. Brian Gilligan as Smee
  8. Linzi Hateley as Mary Darling
  9. Lloyd Owen as Captain Hook
  10. Amy Lennox as Tiger Lily
  11. Delroy Atkinson as Ravello
  12. David Bardsley as George Darling
  13. Alan Morrissey as Michael Darling

Don't miss the opportunity to witness the exceptional skills of these talented actors!


What is "Peter Pan: The Musical"?

"Peter Pan: The Musical" is a live theatrical production based on the classic tale of Peter Pan, the boy who never grows up, and his adventures in the magical world of Neverland.

How long is the show?

The duration of "Peter Pan: The Musical" can vary depending on the specific production and any intermissions included. Typically, the show runs for approximately two to two and a half hours, including intermission.

Is the show suitable for children?

Yes, "Peter Pan: The Musical" is family-friendly entertainment suitable for children of all ages. However, parents should be aware that there may be scenes with mild fantasy violence.

Are there any age restrictions for attending the show?

There are typically no age restrictions for attending "Peter Pan: The Musical." However, parents should use their discretion regarding the suitability of the show for very young children.

Is photography or recording allowed during the performance?

No, photography or recording of any kind, including with cell phones, is strictly prohibited during the performance.

Can I purchase merchandise related to the show?

Yes, merchandise related to "Peter Pan: The Musical," such as souvenir programs, t-shirts, and other stuff, may be available for purchase at the theater's lobby or merchandise stands before and after the performance.

Is there wheelchair accessibility at the theater?

Accessible seating for guests with wheelchairs or limited mobility is located on the main floor.