Peter Pan, A Musical Adventure

Peter Pan, A Musical Adventure

Sail away on a high-flying journey...

with Peter, Wendy, John, and Michael to the enchanted world of Neverland—but beware of Captain Hook and ticking crocodiles! Based on J.M. Barrie's beloved tale about the boy who wouldn’t grow up and his band of Lost Boys, this heartwarming musical dazzles with a captivating score by George Stiles and Anthony Drewe—the award-winning songwriting duo behind Disney and Cameron Mackintosh’s smash hit Mary Poppins.

This 75-minute story is the perfect introduction to live theater for young audiences and will send hearts soaring all summer long. After the show, mingle with the cast in the lobby for photos and questions!

"A joyous summertime musical not to be missed! Simply marvelous storytelling...eye-popping flight sequences, bang-up dance numbers and emotionally true performances" - Chicago Sun-Times

"A soaring delight for both kids and adults" - Chicago Reader

"Chock full of dazzling moments that will delight children and adults alike. Puts audiences front-and-center for the high-flying magic that's in store, and makes a spectacular introduction to live theater for young audiences…captures all the magic of the classic story of the boy who refuses to grow up in just 75 minutes." - Broadway World Chicago

Get Tickets

Group Minimum: 10

June 27 - August 19, 2018

Wednesdays at 11:00 A.M.

Thursdays - Sundays at 11:00 A.M. & 2:00 P.M.

Group Rate

Groups save up to 45% !

Youth (groups of 10-50): $15

Youth (groups of 50+): $12

Adults: $30

*Youth tickets are for children up to 12 years old.


The Courtyard Theater at Chicago Shakespeare Theater

800 East Grand Avenue
Chicago, Illinois 60611


Chicago Shakespeare Theater serves as the cultural anchor of historic Navy Pier on downtown Chicago’s lakefront. Sir Peter Hall, Founder of Great Britain’s Royal Shakespeare Company, calls it “one of the best, if not the best, Shakespeare spaces in the world.” The 500-seat Jentes Family Courtyard Theater was inspired by theaters in early modern England, and evokes the design of Shakespeare’s Globe and the Royal Shakespeare Company’s Swan Theatre. The three seating levels — Main Floor, Dress Circle and Gallery — wrap around the thrust stage, fostering an intimate, immediate relationship between actors and audience.