Tink fuses theatre, film, music, dance, art and augmented reality into a radically unique immersive and interactive event.
What are you staring at?
I see you’ve met Tink. Now that we got that out of the way, I guess it’s time we told you all that stuff about fairies, fairy godmothers, tooth fairies and well, anything fairy related… is a bunch of crap.
As far as fairies go, Tink is pretty much what you get. And that was her on a good day.
And The Never, Lost Boys, Pirates, Indians, awesome Mermaids, Wendy and especially The Pan – yeah, that’s all crap too.
Tink’s got a special tour of The Never lined up for you
She’s gonna give you the skinny on how those damn Darling kids (especially Wendy), wheedled their way onto the island and kinda screwed things up.
Don’t get me wrong. There’s a lot of cool stuff on the island. But Tink wants you to know what’s what.
Fairy dust is cool
Your spider senses will be on full tingle because the whole time you’re there, you’re completely wrapped in projections of the 1924 silent (propaganda) film Peter Pan. We even have a cool band playing awesome new songs, performed by the boys, the pirates (they can be cool I guess), mermaids (they’re awesome) and of course Tink, Peter and Wendy 🙄.
Come on, time to go. And *f* that “first star to the left” crap. Use Google maps.
ENHANCED DIGITAL ELEMENTS
Our real-world experiences are enhanced
with an overlay of location-specific storytelling information and graphics that can be experienced on smartphones and tablets.
Why sign up?
Because… you get discounts to all our live shows, as well as discounts on our cool merchandise (which is very cool), super special deals that nobody else gets, tour updates, as well as all the inside dirt (you know, like who hates who, who’s dating who… it’s all very sordid), and you even get free stuff.
Yep, it’s stuff, and it’s free!
The first film adaptation of the 1904 play by J. M. Barrie, Peter Pan was first released in the United States on December 29, 1924. The film was celebrated at the time for its innovative use of special effects – mainly to show Tinker Bell (naturally).
In the story, Peter is a boy who refuses to grow up (‘cuz who wants to do that?), and loses his shadow (‘cuz sometimes that happens). While rescuing his shadow from Mrs. Darling (who put it in a drawer!). Peter brings the Darling kids (Wendy, John and Michael) to Neverland, and well, let’s just say *lots* of stuff happens. Oh, and if you hear a ticking clock – run!
To say we were blown away would be an understatement. Mind-blowing entertainment… truly different, incredibly exciting, and definitely the ticket for one of the coolest theatrical events to be found.
A multidimensional hi-decibel blast of visual and auditory splendor!
The Dallas Morning News
Spectacularly unique: a blend of soul-pumping rock concert, dance, and theater intertwined with a silent film. A captivating, one-of-a-kind experience that had the audience cheering, singing and ready to dance!
Joins Cirque du Soleil and Stomp as a one-of-a-kind theatrical experience audiences crave!
THE DAILY BREEZE
WOW… a sound-and-light extravaganza that leaves you wishing for an extra pair of eyes and ears. Whether you’re a diehard theatergoer, movie buff or concert regular, you’ve never seen anything like it!
Stage Scene LA
This is one magical, exciting, original theatre experience you do not want to miss.