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VIDEO: Trailer of PETER PAN at Arden Theatre Company

Arden Theatre Company celebrates the 20th Anniversary Season of Arden Children's Theatre with Peter Pan, adapted to the stage by Douglas Irvine from the books by J.M. Barrie. Whit MacLaughlin directs on the Arden's F. Otto Haas Stage at 40 N. 2nd Street in Philadelphia. The Honorary Producer is the Hamilton Family Foundation.

Helping director Whit MacLaughlin is assistant director Camilla Dely. The producing artistic director is Terrence J. Nolen. Scenic design is by David Gordon. Costume design is by Olivera Gajic. Lighting design is by Thom Weaver. Sound design is by Chris Colucci. Stage manager is Kate Nelson.

The role of Captain Hook is being played by Barrymore Award-winning actress Catherine Slusar. Cast also includes Jo Vito Ramirez as Peter, and Emilie Krause as Wendy. Eliana Fabiyi, Brandon Pierce and Leah Walton.

PETER PAN is currently showing at Arden, and by popular demand, dates have also extended recently to January 28, 2018!

PETER PAN includes weekday matinee performances for students and weekend performances for families. Single ticket prices start at $34 for adults and $18 for children, with discounts available for groups of 20 or more, seniors, students, military, and educators. Arden Children's Theatre 2-play subscriptions are available for $26 - $50. Call the Arden Box Office at 215.922.1122, visit or walk-up at the box office at 40 N. 2nd Street in Old City, Philadelphia.

Post-show question and answer sessions follow each performance. Audience members can also meet and greet cast members in the lobby following each performance.

Check out the special preview below!!

PHOTO: Arden Theatre Company

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