Original Stage Musical Peter Pan With Mary Martin Streams Free Now

Original Stage Musical Peter Pan With Mary Martin Streams Free Now

The original stage production of Peter Pan starring Mary Martin is now available to stream worldwide for free!

Broadway legend Mary Martin takes on the role of Peter Pan, the boy who refuses to grow up, in the memorable filmed stage performance of PETER PAN. The production was captured for television following multiple successful telecasts.

Here's how to stream Mary Martin in Peter Pan now:



The original Broadway production on which the filmed telecast is based on starred Mary Martin in the title role together with Cyril Ritchard as Captain Hook. The musical received multiple Tony nominations including ones for both leading stars. The Broadway mounting was followed by three successful NBC telecasts in 1955, 1956, and 1960 all with the same cast reprising their roles.

Peter Pan will be available to stream for free throughout the month of November. The production will be streaming globally through TUBI TV and a direct link to the stream has been added to our list of free streaming musicals.

Together with sidekick Tinker Bell, Peter Pan visits the bedroom of Wendy, Michael, and John Darling. Peter Pan is a musical based on J. M. Barrie's 1904 play Peter Pan. The music is by Moose Charlap and Jule Styne, and lyrics by Carolyn Leigh, Betty Comden and Adolph Green. 

The incredible success of "Peter Pan" in the early '60s was certainly the inspiration for the recent live-televised musicals NBC has produced such as "The Sound Of Music," "Peter Pan," and "The Wiz."

When revisiting the classic Mary Martin production of Peter Pan, Lloyd Schwartz said: "I urge anyone who sat through even part of the deadly "Peter Pan Live!" on NBC television last year to see the original telecast of that musical that VAI has just issued on Blu-ray. What a difference to watch brilliant actors who actually seem to love what they're doing under the direction of someone who knows how to make a show come to life."