Benedum Center | Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre: Peter Pan (Sensory Friendly) – is coming to Benedum Center on Thursday 18th February 2016! Bringing the magic and wonder to the stage, the Pittsburgh Ballet will be performing the classic story of the boy who never grew up – J. M. Barrie's Peter Pan. Join them for in the adventure in Neverland as the three children; John, Michael and Wendy help the Lost Boys and meet magical mermaids, Native Americans, enchanting fairies and scary pirates! Book your tickets today for this mesmerizing Ballet showcase!
Experience this timeless story in a supportive theater setting designed for patrons with sensory sensitivities and other special needs. "Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre present this specially adapted performance, inclusive for all audiences, especially for those with sensory sensibilities and autism."
The story of "a mischievous little boy who can fly" Peter Pan is one that is stuck throughout the generations as a childhood classic. The Pittsburgh Ballet bring it to the stage in a groundbreaking performance that is very much authentic and close keeping with the original book, to give you and all the family a magical experience you will never forget!
"With a rockin' croc and a bookin' Hook, Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre's new family-friendly production of J.M. Barrie's "Peter Pan" was crowin' over the weekend. The PBT dancers pulled out all the stops on their way to Neverland and dragged an entranced audience — Hooked, line and sinker — along with them."