Peter Pan Live! Soundtrack, With Allison Williams and Christopher Walken, Now Available | Playbill

News Peter Pan Live! Soundtrack, With Allison Williams and Christopher Walken, Now Available The soundtrack for NBC's Peter Pan Live!, starring Allison Williams, Christopher Walken, Kelli O'Hara and Christian Borle, is released Dec. 16 from Broadway Records. The broadcast featured several new songs that were adapted for the presentation by Amanda Green.

Green, the daughter of one of Peter Pan's original lyricists, Adolph Green, and a Tony nominee for the score of Hands on a Hardbody, was enlisted by the creative team of NBC's Peter Pan Live! to expand the musical's score. The new material is culled from the songbook of Jule Styne, Betty Comden and Green.

New songs include "Vengeance," an entrance song for Captain Hook (Christopher Walken), adapted from "Ambition" from the musical Do Re Mi; "Only Pretend," a song for Wendy (Taylor Louderman) about her feelings for Peter Pan, adapted from "I Know About Love" from Do Re Mi; and "A Wonderful World Without Peter," a duel song between Hook and Peter (Allison Williams), adapted from "Something's Always Happening On The River" from Say Darling.

Not in the NBC production was "Oh My Mysterious Lady," a song in the musical that was written for Mary Martin.

Listen to "Only Pretend" from the soundtrack below:

The soundtrack is produced by David Chase, three-time Tony Award winner Doug Besterman, Grammy Award winner Lawrence Manchester and Frank Wolf.

The track listing follows:

1. "Overture"
2. "Tender Shepherd"
3. "Peter Flies In"
4. "I Gotta Crow"
5. "Neverland"
6. "I'm Flying"
7. "Pirate March"
8. "Vengeance"
9. "The Usual Rivalries"
10. "Hook's Tango"
11. "Wendy"
12. "Hook's Tarantella"
13. "I Won't Grow Up"
14. "Mermaids Lagoon"
15. "Only Pretend"
16. "Wonderful World Without Peter"
17. "True Blood Brothers"
18. "Distant Melody"
19. "When I Went Home"
20. "I'm Flying (reprise)"
21. "Hook's Waltz"
22. "The Fight"
23. "I Gotta Crow (reprise)"
24. "Only Pretend (reprise)/Tender Shepherd (reprise)"
25. I Won't Grow Up (reprise)
26. Finale Ultimo: Neverland (reprise)

The one-night-only event aired Dec. 4 at 8 PM.

Walken starred as Captain Hook with Williams as Peter Pan. The cast also included five-time Tony Award nominee O'Hara (The Bridges of Madison County) as Mrs. Darling, Tony Award winner Borle (Peter and the Starcatcher) as Mr. Darling and Smee, Taylor Louderman (Bring It On) as Wendy and Alanna Saunders (Gypsy) as Tiger Lily.

The Lost Boys were played by Ryan Steele (Curly), Jason Gotay (Tootles), Jacob Guzman (Twin 1), David Guzman (Twin 2), Chris McCarrell (Nibs), F. Michael Haynie (Slightly), Dyllon Burnside (Prickles), Daniel Quadrino (Bunting), Garett Hawe (Patches) and Michael Hartung (Sniffler).

The Pirates were played by Bryce Ryness (Starkey), T. Oliver Reid (Oliver Shreeks/Islander), Michael Park (Cecco), Chris Sullivan (Noodler), Alan H. Green (Cookson), Austin Lesch (Bill Jukes), Gary Milner (The Vicar/Islander), Matt Wall (Skylights/Islander), Ryan Andes (Admiral Chrichton) and John Arthur Greene (Robert Mullins/Islander).

Assuming multiple roles were Dominique Kelley, Marty Lawson, Charlie Williams, Michael Munday, CJ Tyson, Alex Wong, Andrew Pirozzi, James Brown III and Keenan Washington.

The cast also featured Caitlin Houlahan as Jane, Jake Lucas as John Darling and John Allyn as Michael Darling.

The original Broadway production of Peter Pan, directed and choreographed by Jerome Robbins and featuring the songs “I’m Flying,” “I’ve Gotta Crow,” “I Won’t Grow Up,” and “Never Never Land,” opened on Broadway in 1954. The show had a book by J.M. Barrie and a score by Mark “Moose” Charlap and Carolyn Leigh, with additional songs by Jule Styne and  Betty Comden and Adolph Green. It starred Mary Martin as Peter and Cyril Ritchard as Captain Hook, both of whom won Tony Awards for their performances.

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