I was provided free tickets to view Shakespeare’s Peter Pan at Navy Pier. All opinions are my own.
When we first talked about visiting Chicago, we had a list of things we really wanted to do during our visit. One of the things we wanted to do was go to a show. My kids are old enough now that they can enjoy them.
It was a really fun experience being invited to see Shakespeare’s Peter Pan at Navy Pier. The show and location was incredible and a must visit location when you make a trip to Chicago.
Shakespeare’s Peter Pan at Navy Pier is showing now through August 19. Click here to purchase your tickets. The theater is located at the famous Navy Pier. It has incredible views and places to eat. So make plans to hang out there for a while.
All my blog posts about our trip to Chicago:
- SafeHouse This is a food and fun spy experience! It’s a really cool restaurant that you must visit. Be sure to make reservations.
- Best is Chow Food Tour (You eat the best food and get the history of the food and of the city)
- Chicago White Sox Game – Very cool ballpark for the whole family. You must see a game if they are in town.
- Shakespeare’s Peter Pan at Navy Pier – A really fun experience for the whole family. I dont think there is a bad seat in this theater!
- Here is a full recap of all the places we visited in Chicago and where we stayed.
We really loved the show. The actors were incredible and there was high-flying action. The characters floated through the air and my kids loved that. They did a great job telling the story of Peter Pan.
The theater was beautiful and it looked like every seat had a great view.
About Peter Pan at Navy Pier:
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 the ticking crocodile! 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 production 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.
About Chicago Shakespeare Theater at Navy Pier:
A Regional Tony Award-winning theater, Chicago Shakespeare produces acclaimed plays at its home on Navy Pier, throughout Chicago’s schools and neighborhoods, and on stages around the world.
The Theater’s year-round season features as many as twenty productions and 650 performances—including plays, musicals, world premieres, visiting international tours, and a free citywide Chicago Shakespeare in the Parks tour—to engage a broad, multigenerational audience of 225,000 community members.
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