Sure, you’ve seen “Peter Pan” before. But do you really know the whole story? Unless you’ve seen the musical “Finding Neverland,” you probably don’t. But now you can find out when you go see “Finding Neverland” at the Saenger Theatre in Pensacola, Florida. This family-friendly musical will take you on a wild ride where you’ll learn more about Peter Pan than you ever thought there was to learn. You’re going to have a great time, and so will your kids if you bring them along. Get the details below before you attend.
When to Go
You already know this show will be at the Saenger Theatre, but what date should you mark in your calendar? The performance will be in town on Wednesday, March 27, and it will begin at 8 p.m. If it’s something you want to see, you’ll want to get your tickets as soon as possible: Since the show will only be in town for one night, there’s a chance that it might sell out. Tickets range from $55 to $75 per person, depending on where you want to sit.
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Bring the Little Ones Along
Do you want to get your kids interested in theater? There aren’t always great musicals that are appropriate for the whole family, but “Finding Neverland” is great for everyone. It may not be ideal for the really little ones, but most children will understand what’s going on. Plus, it gives you an excellent opportunity to teach your kids about theater etiquette. They’ll love the story, especially if they are already fans of Peter Pan. In fact, you might want to show them the movie before you go see this musical.
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