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The last date listed for Peter Pan was Saturday August 23, 2014 / 7:45pm (Gates Open at 6:00pm).
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Featured review from Rachael AndrewsRed Velvet
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This was a really fun experience, seeing Peter Pan fly under the stars was amazing. Great talent, beautiful sets, lovely music. The only downside is that the park lies under a flight path for John Wayne Airport, but other than the occasional plane, it was great! Get there early for the best seating. If you want to be up front, bring a blanket, if you're getting there later, be sure to bring a chair so that you can see from the back.
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The singing and dancing were great, but it got boring at parts. Seemed like it was geared more towards children than adults, although it contained cuss words and was gorier than I remember the Disney version (pirates and Indians killed, Wendy...continued
Chairs available for rental at TACFA booth. You bring your own “seats.” Bring a blanket, a beach/sand chair, a lawn chair, or another type of chair. Please try to have your group all bring the same kind of chair.
You will be seated according to the type of chair you bring:
- Blankets are directly in front of the stage.
- Low back beach chairs are behind the blankets.
- High back sand chairs are next.
- All other types of chairs are in the last section behind the others.
You can purchase food from one of the several food booths in the Park or the on-site restaurant, or you can bring your own picnic. Beer, wine, coffee, water and soft drinks are also available for sale.
Arrive early to get a good spot.
About the Ticket Supplier: Tustin Area Council for Fine Arts
Founded in 1992, the Tustin Area Council for Fine Arts (TACFA) funds and administers programs which expand the arts in the greater Tustin, California area, and enrich the entire community. The Council raises funds through individual and corporate contributions and fundraising events. These funds subsidize elementary students’ participation in Art Appreciation, support students’ creativity and interest in the arts, and allow TACFA to produce an annual affordable and live production of a classic Broadway musical at a local outdoor venue.