PETER PAN – Package 1 – 20×50

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PETER PAN - Package 1 - 20x50

Beautifully hand-painted theatrical backdrops designed to provide continuity and quality to your “Peter Pan” set. 

These gorgeous drops are designed by Scenic Designer Greg Hill and hand-painted by Master Scenic Artist Susan Crabtree. They are full-size drops measuring 20′ x 50′ feet.  Each drop has grommets and tie lines across the top and a pocket at the bottom so you can insert a pole to weight the drop.

“This was the best backdrop experience I have ever had. For the past 11 years I have ordered from another company. These backdrops, and the whole experience was so much better than what I had received prior. I will be a forever customer!”  – Laura M, Maryland School of Ballet and Modern Dance
Item Corporate Educ/Non-Profit 6 or More
ED 510  Ship in the Harbour $595 $495 $450
ED 508  London from the Air $595 $495 $450
ED 521  Boy’s Home Underground $595 $495 $450
ED 490  Enchanted Forest $595 $495 $450
ED 519  Tropical Island $595 $495 $450
ED 494  Act Curtain – SCRIM $650 $550 $525
ED 505  Ship Deck w/Panel $595 $495 $450
ED 818  Nursery $595 $495 $450
ED 743  Nursery w/Opening (for Flying) $595 $495 $450
ED 507  Enchanted Forest – Border/Legs $475 $375 $325
ED 520  Tropical Island – Portal $475 $375 $325
ED 496  Ship’s Deck – Portal $475 $375 $325
ED 502  Nursery – Portal $475 $375 $325
ED 506  Ship’s Sail – Border $375 $275 $225
Minimum Order of 6 Required Unless Your Ship Date is Within 30 days or Less.


All backdrops are 20′ x 50′ and all legs are 20”. Have a larger space? Check out our 17′ x 45” package for this show!

*Can’t do the whole package? Check out our individual drops for Peter Pan!*

For additional information, visit our Rental Policies page.

All prices are for a one week rental (Monday to Monday). A $500 deposit is required on all packages. Shipping is an additional charge.  Renting for more than one week? Call 913-648-8125 for pricing!

*Please note: This backdrop is a scrim. They are very fragile and require special handling. Repairs for damages start at a minimum of $100.

The advantage of using scrims is that when lit from the front they appear mostly opaque to the audience, until a change in stage lighting (lighting from behind) makes them almost fully transparent. Scrims have a rectangular weave that is similar in size in its openings and design to a window screen.

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