ON-Lion Letter
The Milwaukee Ballet culminates its 40th-season celebration with a thrilling, long-awaited journey to Neverland in the world premiere of its artistic director Michael Pink's Peter Pan from May 13 through 16 at the city's Marcus Center for the Performing Arts.  The premiere production features Pink's choreography and an original score composed for the Milwaukee Ballet Orchestra by internationally acclaimed Philip Feeney.

Peter Pan's lavish costume designs are being created by Judanna Lynn, the magical lighting design is by Emmy Award winner David Grill, and the imaginative stage design is by Rick Graham.  It will also feature members of the Milwaukee Children's Choir and young dancers from the Milwaukee Ballet School.

A story of eternal youth and innocence, audiences young and old will celebrate the freedom and magic of childhood with Peter, Tinkerbell, Captain Hook, and the Darling children in the Milwaukee Ballet's Peter Pan, for which tickets are purchasable online.

The production is presented by the Ann and Joseph Heil Foundation and Sue and Allen "Bud" Selig.  It is also supported by the M&I Foundation.

Milwaukee's Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation substantially supports the Milwaukee Ballet.
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