Valley Playhouse Presents Peter Pan at Court Square Theater

court square theatreValley Playhouse launches its 2019-20 season with the children’s classic, Peter Pan, at Court Square Theater July 25-Aug. 4.

Co-directed by ​Marissa Plummer and Frank Dellorco, J.M. Barrie’s popular play was originally produced in 1904 at Duke of York’s Theatre in London, with great success.

Recommended for children of all ages, ​Peter Pan begins when Peter stumbles into the London home of the Darlings, in search of his shadow. The Darling children then travel with Peter to the magical island of Neverland, encountering the Lost Ones and mermaids, along with Captain Hook and his pirate crew.

Performances are Thursday-Saturday, July 25-27 and Aug. 1-3 at 7:30 pm; Sundays July 28 and Aug 4 at 3 pm. Run time is approximately two hours, with a 10-minute intermission.

Doors open 30 minutes prior to each performance. Advance adult tickets are $12 ($14 at door); advance senior/student tickets are $10 ($12 at door). Discounts are available for groups of 10 or more. To purchase tickets – or for more information – visit valleyarts.org or call 540.433.9189.

Arts Council of the Valley’s Court Square Theater is located at 41-F Court Square in Downtown Harrisonburg.




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