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“Peter Pan” at Public School 217

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Rapt visitors enjoyed a joyous trip to Never, Never Land when starry-eyed students staged a delightful, homespun version of “Peter Pan” at Public School 217.

The production, presented in conjunction with the Brooklyn Arts Council, celebrated the end of the academic year at the school, 1100 Newkirk Avenue, also known as the International School of Arts and Letters, which provides 22 after-school arts enrichment classes to more than 400 children.

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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