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General Ticket InformationTickets for PETER PAN at The New Victory Theater (209 West 42nd Street) cost $25, $18, $12 and $9 for Members and $38, $28, $18 and $14 at full price based on seat locations.Theater-goers who buy tickets for three or more New Victory shows qualify for free Membership, with benefits including 35-percent savings on tickets all season long and unlimited free ticket exchanges. Purchase tickets online or by phone at 646-223-3010. Beginning Tuesday, September 3, The NEW VICTORY Theater box office (209 West 42nd Street) is open Sunday and Monday from 11am-5pm and Tuesday through Saturday from 12pm-7pm. For more information, visit the NEW VICTORY website.About Belvoir:Under Artistic Director Ralph Myers and General Manager Brenna Hobson, Belvoir engages Australia’s most prominent and promising playwrights, directors, actors and designers to realize an annual season of work that is dynamic, challenging and visionary. As well as performing at home, Belvoir regularly takes to the road, touring nationally and internationally.Both the Upstairs and Downstairs stages at Belvoir have nurtured the talents of many renowned Australian artists: actors including Geoffrey Rush, Cate Blanchett, Jacqui McKenzie, Toby Schmitz, Robyn Nevin, Deb Mailman and Richard Roxburgh; writers such as Tommy Murphy, Rita Kalnejais, Lally Katz and Kate Mulvany; directors including Simon Stone, Benedict Andrews, Wesley Enoch, Rachael Maza and former Belvoir Artistic Director Neil Armfield.Belvoir’s position as one of Australia’s most innovative and acclaimed theater companies has been determined by such landmark productions as The Wild Duck, The Diary of a Madman (Brooklyn Academy of Music, 2010), The Blind Giant is Dancing, The Book of Everything (The New Victory Theater, 2012), Cloudstreet, Measure for Measure, Keating!, Parramatta Girls, Exit the King (Broadway, 2009), The Alchemist, Hamlet, Waiting for Godot, The Sapphires, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? and Stuff Happens.