The thing about high school musical productions is that the kids who do these shows may look professional with their costumes, perfectly tailored set design, and special effects, but at the end of the day, they're still high school kids.

A video shared by a guy named Nathan Cykiert, who is actually an associate producer for Jimmy Fallon, shows a mistake made during a live performance of Peter Pan. 

"I can't wait for school plays again so we can get more moments like when my friend played Peter Pan," he wrote along with the video.

Being operated by high school kids, someone pulled too hard on the flying rig a little too hard, and rather than have a smooth fly in to the window sill, just yanked the poor Peter through the window frame.

If you look closely, Peter flies in upside down through the wood window panel.

"OOOHHHH!" The audience can be heard yelling.

Being nimble, Peter Pan lands on his feet, composes himself, turns and delivers the line, "Hello, Wendy!"

It just goes to show that while these kids are kids, they still can perform like professionals.

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