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Pardon our dust! As you arrive for performances over the next few months, you will notice our construction work on the Center's Argyros Plaza, which is undergoing a transformation. When it's finished, the plaza will be a beautiful, landscaped place to relax, spend time with friends before a show, grab a bite to eat from the new cafĂ©, hear some music and check your messages with the plaza's free wifi. We'll be keeping you up to date with progress, as well as more details about the amenities that will be offered when it's completed. In the meantime, the shows go on! In this issue we look at the musical Finding Neverland, the Broadway hit about how the story of Peter Pan came to be, and why it was so radical for its day. We also talk to the writers of A Gentleman's Guide to Love & Murder, a clever comedy that follows a young man's efforts to inherit a family fortune by eliminating the eight family members in his way. The writers had a long journey from inspiration to Tony® Awards. And for dance fans, we have a new ABT ballet—Whipped Cream—which will receive its world premiere here. It's from choreographer Alexei Ratmansky, who gave us a beautiful Sleeping Beauty two years ago, and filled with sweet dollops of fun for everyone.

Center Photo Album

Finding Neverland
A Gentleman's Guide to Love
& Murder


Cover: Kevin Kern as J.M. Barrie and Tom Hewitt as Captain Hook in Finding Neverland.
Photo by Carol Rosegg


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