Starring Margaret Kerry

Narrator for Act 2 and a surprise role!

Margaret Kerry is a celebrated actress and voice artist known for her work in early television and film. She gained fame through her appearances in iconic TV shows such as "The Lone Ranger" and "The Andy Griffith Show." In addition to her television career, she starred in movies alongside the comedic trio, The Three Stooges, and was a key creator and voice character in the innovative animated series "Clutch Cargo."

Margaret Kerry's film career includes a notable performance in the 1948 movie "If You Knew Susie." However, her most enduring legacy comes from her role as the reference model for Tinker Bell in Disney's 1953 animated classic "Peter Pan." Her contributions to animation and early television have left a lasting impact on the entertainment industry.

Sally Struthers: Bringing Solomon Caw to Life in "The Magical World of Peter Pan"

Sally Struthers, beloved by audiences for her role in the groundbreaking sitcom "All in the Family" (1971), lends her voice to the character Solomon Caw in Act 1 of our enchanting production, "The Magical World of Peter Pan." Cute as a button, with a petite, porcelain prettiness and vulnerability that endeared her to the American public, Sally Struthers has been a cherished figure in the entertainment industry for decades.

Born Sally Ann Struthers on July 28, 1948, in Portland, Oregon, she was the daughter of a surgeon. Raised in Portland, Sally pursued an acting career following high school. Her talent and dedication earned her a scholarship as the "most promising student" at the Pasadena Playhouse College of Theatre Arts, where she trained after moving to Los Angeles. She performed in regional stock plays and found her break as both a commercial actress and a dancer on TV.

Sally's extensive career in television and her warm, engaging voice make her the perfect choice for Solomon Caw in our production. In Act 1, "Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens," she breathes life into the character, setting the stage for the magical journey that continues into Act 2, the traditional story of the boy who would not grow up.

Her involvement adds a layer of nostalgic charm and professional excellence to our show, ensuring that both young audiences and long-time fans will be captivated by her performance. Join us as we embark on this magical adventure, guided by the unforgettable voice of Sally Struthers.

Marvette Williams to Bring the Magic of Queen Maub to Act 1

We are delighted to announce that the incredibly talented Marvette Williams will be joining our production of Peter Pan, bringing the enchanting role of Queen Maub to life in Act 1. Currently based in Las Vegas, Ms. Williams is a celebrated lead singer and actress with a remarkable career spanning numerous iconic performances.

For many years, Marvette Williams graced the stage in the musical “The Lion King,” as Sarabi, captivating audiences across Los Angeles, the Cheetah Tour, LK Hamburg, and LK Australia. Her extensive experience in musical theater is complemented by her standout performances in notable productions such as “Hair” and “Little Shop of Horrors.”

Ms. Williams' talents extend beyond the theater. She has been featured on Dancing with The Stars and has enjoyed significant success with her own LA band, showcasing her versatility and passion for the performing arts.

Terry LaMont as Sir James Matthew Barrie

Terry LaMont will be taking on the role of Sir James Matthew Barrie, the beloved narrator for Act 1 of our upcoming production, The Magical World of Peter Pan. Terry's deep connection to our show, both as a performer and a songwriter, makes him the perfect choice to bring the character of J.M. Barrie to life.

Terry was the primary editor from the very beginning of the development of Act 1:  Peter Pan In Kensington Gardens.

Act 1, titled Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens, will feature Terry not only as our distinguished narrator but also as the creative mind behind some of the production's most memorable music. Terry penned the enchanting theme song for Act 1, The Birds of Kensington Gardens, which beautifully captures the whimsical spirit of the story. He also wrote and recorded the Celtic piece, Mom’s Apron, adding Scottish depth to our narrative.

One of the standout moments in Act 1 is sure to be the song How Many Times (Just Like Me), sung by a night guard moonlighting as a schoolmaster to six misbehaving boys who linger in Kensington Gardens after closing time. This captivating song, written by Terry, plays a pivotal role in the storyline, leading to a magical transformation for both the boys and the night guard, setting the stage for the adventures of Act 2.

Terry's dedication to our production goes beyond his on-stage performance. He has spent countless hours assisting in editing the script and crafting the musical landscape of our show. His commitment to our project began with our first production in 2019, and his continued involvement has been instrumental in making this current production possible.

We are excited to have Terry LaMont as one of the key contributors to The Magical World of Peter Pan. His talent and passion are sure to make this a truly unforgettable experience for all.

Darrell Calk: The Man, The Myth, and The Legendary Captain James Hook!

In the enchanting production of The Magical World of Peter Pan, Darrell Calk showcases his exceptional versatility and talent by performing multiple roles, captivating audiences with his dynamic range and commanding presence. One of his standout portrayals is the iconic character of Captain Hook, a villain whose enmity toward Neverland is as legendary as it is personal.

Captain Hook's disdain for Neverland stems from a harrowing encounter with Peter Pan, where the mischievous boy accidentally cuts off one of Hook's hands, which is then swallowed by a crocodile. This traumatic event not only left Hook with a menacing iron hook in place of his lost hand but also instilled in him an unshakable fear of the relentless crocodile. "It has followed me ever since, from sea to sea and from land to land, licking its lips for the rest of me," Hook laments, embodying a mix of terror and fury that Darrell Calk brings to life with his baritone voice of chilling intensity.

Beyond his portrayal of the fearsome pirate captain, Calk also steps into various other characters, each performance highlighting his adaptability and depth as an actor. His ability to seamlessly transition between roles adds a layer of magic to the production, ensuring that every scene is infused with energy and authenticity. His contribution to the show creates an unforgettable journey through the timeless world of Neverland.

Darrell Calk's performance as Captain Hook is nothing short of legendary. His portrayal captures the essence of the character—combining the menace, charisma, and dark humor that have made Hook a beloved villain in literature and theater. The audience is treated to a masterful interpretation that resonates long after the final curtain falls, cementing Calk's status as a standout performer in The Magical World of Peter Pan.

In a production filled with enchanting performances and magical moments, Darrell Calk's embodiment of Captain Hook stands out as a highlight. His dedication to his craft and his ability to bring a classic character to life with such nuance and power make him a true legend in the world of theater.

Antonia Jones as "Nana"

Antonia is a talented SAG-AFTRA actress with a wealth of experience in television, film, and theater.


Modern Family (Co-Star, ABC)

Criminal Minds (Co-Star, CBS)

True Jackson VP (Guest Star, Nickelodeon)

Kojak (Co-Star, USA Network)

Crossing Jordan (Co-Star, NBC)

Live Shot (Series Regular, UPN)

Pacific Palisades (Co-Star, FOX)

Melrose Place (Co-Star, FOX)

Tribeca (Series Regular, FOX)

Forever Love (Featured, CBS MOW)

In My Daughter’s Name (Featured, CBS MOW)


A Very Warm Day (Lead, Alexa Velasquez)

King Me (Lead, James Liddell)

Father By Law (Lead, Maria De Sanctis)

Jump Up (Lead, Francisco Covarrubias)

Aloha (Lead, Brandie Nicole Payne)

Supercross (Featured, Steve Boyum)

Bloodhounds, Inc. (Lead, Marcia Silen Films)

Perfect Game (Featured, Dan Guntzelman)

As Good As It Gets (Featured, James L. Brooks)

The Intruder (Featured, Anton Holden)

Loaded Weapon (Lead, Disney Films)

Shelter From The Storm (Lead, Disney Films)


Conflicts upon request


Harvey (Nurse Kelly, Dir: Adrienne Showker)

Chicago The Musical (Roxie Hart, Starbright Theatre Las Vegas)

In The Bag (Lead, Starbright Theatre Las Vegas)

Climax (Lead, Santa Monica Playhouse)

Whatever Your Heart Desires (Lead, Freemont Center Theatre)

Jubilee (Lead, NoHo Arts Center)

Ten Little Bignoses (Lead, North Hollywood Theatre)

Please join us in welcoming Antonia Jones to our cast! We are excited to see her bring the beloved character of Nana to life in our magical production.

Donald Lett as the fearsome pirate Bill Jukes

In the fantastical world of Neverland, where children never grow up and adventures abound, the notorious pirate crew of Captain Hook stands as a formidable force. Among these fearsome marauders is Bill Jukes, a character who embodies the rugged life of a pirate with chilling intensity.

Jukes’s loyalty to Captain Hook is unwavering, and he is often seen executing Hook’s orders with ruthless efficiency. His presence on the deck is a reminder of the constant threat that the pirate crew poses to Peter Pan and the Lost Boys. Despite the perilous life he leads, Jukes remains a steadfast and reliable force within the crew, never questioning Hook’s commands and always ready for the next skirmish.

Bill Jukes’s story is a testament to the adventurous and perilous life of a pirate in Neverland. His loyalty, combat skills, and formidable presence make him a memorable character in J.M. Barrie’s Peter Pan, ensuring that his legacy as one of Captain Hook’s most fearsome pirates endures in the imaginations of readers and audiences alike.

Actor: Donald Lett
• La Mission (Supporting, Dir. Peter Bratt)
• Eddie (Lead, Dir. Jason Ragosta)
• Burn Victim (Supporting, Dir. Lucas Scott)
• The Californians (Supporting, Dir. Jonathan Parker)
• American in Hollywood (Supporting, Dir. Venk Varadan)
• Fear of Falling (Lead, Dir. Tasha Espinoza)
• SFC: Sucker Free City (Featured, Dir. Spike Lee)
• Assassination of Richard Nixon (Featured, Dir. Niels Muller)
• Surviving Suburbia (Guest Star, ABC)
• Violent Jake (Supporting, Internet media)
• Adina's Deck (Principal, DVD Media)
• Garret Morgan and the Gas Mask (Supporting, History Channel)
• 90210 (Featured, NBC)
• Nash Bridges (Featured, ABC)
• The Tonight Show (Featured Player, NBC)
• Ruby and The Rockits (Principal, ABC Family)
• Nick Swardsons Pretend Time (Principal, Comedy Central)
• Gangsters: Americas Most Evil (Lead, A&E Biography)
• CSI: NY (Featured, CBS)
• The League (Featured, FX)
• Death of a Salesman (Biff, Solano College)
• Rust (Chunk-Chunk, Magic Theater)
• Blues for Central Avenue (Chief Jones, Write ACT Theater)
• Colored Museum (Roj, Narrator, The kid, Mira Theater)
• Tambourines to Glory (CJ, Mira Theater)
• I’d Kill for a Parking Space (Chill, Off Market Theater)
• Jitney (Youngblood, Omega Theaterworks)
• Burning Palms (Flame, Company Of Angels)
• Pinkys Naps Snaps and Curls (Del Rico Suave, Acme Theater)
• Mrs. Claus Saves Christmas (Shimmer, West Valley Playhouse)
• If The Streets Could Speak (The Street, Brava Theater)
• LA Views (Flame/Store Owner, Alexandria Hotel Theater)
• Alice In Wonderland (White Rabbit, Glendale Centre Theater)
• Of Mice And Men (Crooks, ARTSpace Black Box Theater)

Donald Lett brings a wealth of experience and a dynamic range to the role of Bill Jukes, promising to deliver a performance that will captivate and resonate with audiences. His diverse background in film, television, and theater equips him with the skills needed to bring this iconic pirate to life with authenticity and intensity.

You can donate to help with funds so Peter Pan can fly in Las Vegas at the Performing Arts Center in Summerlin November 30th and December 1, 2024.


Open auditions will be held in groups between May and June 2024. This musical is a charity event with 100% of the ticket proceeds being donated to Great Ormond Street Hospital Charity in London.  This is the company that holds the copyright for the J. M.  Barrie book and play "Peter Pan".  Our community show is being produced by James Presley Music.  Characters will be age appropriate.  Ages of various characters are listed on the Character Audition Sheets.  If you or if you are interested in your child auditioning for this live theater Production please inquire about details by sending an email to:

Available auditions for Act 1:  Peter Pan In Kensington Gardens

Available auditions for Act 2:  Peter Pan In Neverland