Children & Families Invited To Broadway’s Peter Pan Community Giveback At The Dr. Phillips Center For The Performing Arts 

200 special guests invited to experience the live adventure of Peter Pan & participate in a Neverland pre-show experience  

ORLANDO – In a community giveback tradition that started in 2017, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts announced today that 200 local children and family members will attend Broadway’s Peter Pan on Thursday, May 16 and Saturday, May 18, 2024.

Through community support provided by Chick-fil-A Greater Orlando Area, Florida Theatrical Association and GoPegasus transportation — guests from Dress for Success, Family Partnerships of Central Florida, Joe R. Lee Boys and Girls Club and Orange County Public Schools Academic Center Excellence will spend time at the arts center immersed in the magical world of Neverland.

Generously supported by Chick-fil-A Greater Orlando Area, guests attending the matinee show on Saturday, May 18 will take part in a live adventure where Peter Pan and his mischievous sidekick, Tinker Bell, will take participants on a magical journey. Themed activity stations include, Crocodile Creek, Pirates Cove and Darling Residence, which incorporate the arts, STEM, environment and health learnings.

“Our team continues to innovate and find new ways to enhance the Community Giveback initiative for our young theatergoers and their families,” says Kathy Ramsberger, president & CEO of Dr. Phillips Center. “It’s exciting to seek new ways to incorporate the arts, sciences, technology and zoology to deliver such a memorable experience.”

On both days, participants will receive souvenirs including a Peter Pan T-shirt, crocodile pop-it, swag bag and more.

Special thanks to Wild Florida and Mad Science NE of Central Florida for assisting with the pre-show experience on May 18, 2024.

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