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'Peter Pan Goes Wrong' to offer Broadway lottery and rush tickets

The comedy from Mischief Theatre Company, the creator of The Play That Goes Wrong, makes its New York debut at the Barrymore Theatre for 16 weeks only.

Gillian Russo
Gillian Russo

This is your ticket to Neverland! Peter Pan Goes Wrong will offer rush and lottery tickets for its 16-week Broadway run. Performances begin March 17 ahead of an April 19 opening at the Barrymore Theatre.

Peter Pan Goes Wrong will offer $40 tickets via a digital lottery. The lottery is open for entries from midnight to 3 p.m. the day before each performance, and winners are drawn at 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. Winners may purchase up to two tickets for the next day's performance.

The show will also have in-person rush tickets available for $45. Each person can purchase up to two tickets for that day's performance at the Barrymore Theatre box office, beginning at 10 a.m. each day. Rush tickets are subject to availability.

In Peter Pan Goes Wrong, an amateur college theatre troupe attempts to stage J. M. Barrie's classic Peter Pan play, but they encounter mishaps with their sets, props, and fellow actors at every turn. This slapstick comedy show is from Mischief Theatre Company, who also created The Play That Goes Wrong, which has played in New York since 2019.

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Photo credit: The cast of Peter Pan Goes Wrong in London in 2015. (Photo by Alastair Muir)

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