“The MAKING OF Peter Pan Live!” (Wednesday, Nov. 26, 8 p.m. ET/PT) goes behind a scenes to give viewers an inside demeanour during a implausible teamwork it takes to emanate “Peter Pan Live!”. The special front Thursday, Dec. 4, 8 p.m.
As Peter Pan, watch Allison Williams learn to fly and Christopher Walken use his sword fighting as he prepares to play a mean Captain Hook. From casting to dress design, this is an all-access pass to smooth viewers’ appetites for all things “Peter Pan Live!” Get a FIRST LOOK during left!
Allison Williams will execute Peter Pan in a rarely expected PETER PAN LIVE on NBC.The ‘Girls’ star takes on a purpose of a child who refuses to grow adult and who is forced to confront a mean Captain Hook, played by Oscar leader Christopher Walken when a J.M. Barrie’s classical low-pitched comes to NBC on Thursday, Dec. 4 during 8 p.m. (ET/PT).
Craig Zadan and Neil Meron will executive furnish a broadcast. The twin are achieved in both radio and film, carrying warranted 103 Emmy nominations. They were a pushing force behind several stage-to-screen musicals, including a film chronicle of “Hairspray” and TV instrumentation of “Cinderella,” as good as executive producing a NBCdrama “Smash,” that warranted a Golden Globe nomination. They were also nominated for a Tony Award in 2011 for “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying” and also constructed a reconstruction of “Promises, Promises” to a Broadway theatre in 2010. In addition, a twin executive constructed a 2002 Oscar-winning film “Chicago.”
Emmy nominated for “The Sound of Music Live!,” executive Rob Ashford won an Emmy as a choreographer for a “81st Annual Academy Awards” and warranted a Directors Guild of America assignment for “The Sound of Music Live!” He won a Tony for “Thoroughly Modern Millie” in 2002 and has perceived nominations for 7 other productions, including “Cry-Baby,” “The Wedding Singer” and “Evita.”
Glenn Weiss, who will offer as executive for live television, has won 10 Emmys as both a executive and executive writer on a TONY AWARDS telecasts. He has also won 5 DGA Awards for his work on a Tonys.
Musical executive David Chase was Emmy nominated for “The Sound of Music Live!” and is one of a busiest song directors operative on Broadway today. He was nominated for a Grammy Award in 2013 for a expel manuscript of a uncover “Nice Work If You Can Get It.” He has an endless Broadway resume, collaborating on such productions as “Damn Yankees,” “Billy Elliot: The Musical” and “The Music Man.” His stream projects embody “Rogers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella” and he will offer as song administrator for “Finding Neverland,” that is desirous by a Johnny Depp film and will arrive on Broadway in March.
Always sought after on Broadway for his implausible sets, prolongation engineer Derek McLane is an Emmy leader for his work on a 2014 Oscar telecast and was nominated for a 2013 Oscars broadcast. He also won a Tony in 2009 for a play “33 Variations” and has 3 other nominations. His immeasurable array of credits embody a revivals of “Grease,” “Barefoot in a Park” and “Ragtime,” and strange productions of “Bengal Tiger during a Baghdad Zoo,” “Nice Work If You Can Get It” and “Beautiful: The Carole King Musical.”
Costume engineer Catherine Zuber is a seven-time Tony leader for her efforts on such productions as “The Light in a Piazza,” “The Coast of Utopia” and “The Royal Family.” Her saturated credits embody a revivals of “The Rose Tattoo,” “The Twelfth Night” and “South Pacific,” as good as strange productions of “Doubt,” “Cry-Baby” and “The Bridges of Madison County.” She will also offer as dress engineer for a arriving reconstruction of “The King and I.”
Lighting engineer Robert A. Dickinson has won 19 Emmys for his work on such projects as a Olympic Games, and several telecasts of both THE GRAMMYS and Oscars.