Peter Pan Set, Sword Prop and Scrim Designs

*Update August 2013 – Check out a new Peter Pan musical ! *

Here are some samples of set design for the Cathy Rigby production of Peter Pan and closeup of swords for Peter Pan, Captain Hook and Tiger Lily. These set designs and props are available from, as well as updated new set designs from ZFXFLYING.

ZFX Flying has a very fun website and I encourage you to visit it. They do fx for Peter Pan, Wizard of Oz and many other shows including “Matrix” type flying fx.

Tiger Lily Sword


Sword for Peter Pan


Captain Hook Sword and Hook


Johnny Corkscrew Sword

All Swords – available from ZFX Flying


Underground Set Design


Pirate Ship Set Designs


Photo of Peter Pan Nursery

Peter Pan Neverland Set Ideas


Jolly Roger Scrim for Peter Pan Productions


12 thoughts on “Peter Pan Set, Sword Prop and Scrim Designs

  1. My ballet school are putting on a production of peter pan and we are having a little trouble. We have a low budget so scenery is limited. We don’t know how to make fake rocks for the mermaid lagoon that are sturdy enough for people to sit on but easy enough to manoevre. we also need a magical neverland pictures to project onto the back of the stage.Please help us out.
    Eleanor Swan.

  2. hello
    my name is ben and our college is putting on a childrens theatre adapted piece of peter pan we need some advice on building a pirate ship which can be broken down and transported to and from venues whilst on tours, the simpler the better

  3. Where did you get the sword for peter pan? I’d like to know where I can get one like this.

  4. I delight in, cause I found just what I was looking for. You’ve ended my 4 day long hunt! God Bless you man. Have a great day. Bye

  5. Can you please let me know your response to the questions about how to obtain the swords etc.?

    Thank you,

  6. For the production of my musical PAN ( ) we had real swords custom made by a local metal smith. For the cutlass and small swords we bought plastic prop swords from Ebay.

    Using real swords with children was a unique call by our director that was integrated with many, many hours of instruction on stage sword fighting techniques and choreography. It made me a bit nervous and I would prefer to use plastic type replica swords in the future.

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