For kids who just can’t get enough Jack Sparrow–like misbehavior, there’s this 90-minute, high-energy eye-popper, set on an 18th-century galleon with 40-foot masts amid a 300,000-gallon lagoon—the arena is the most spectacular of the Orlando dinnertainments. Come 60–90 minutes early for the pre-show, but once the lights go down, expect a circus of rope swinging (lots of it), trampolining, singing, and acrobatic arrrgh-ing; most of the time, the pirates kidnap Princess Anita, but in December, they kidnap Santa. In September 2017, Hurricane Irma ravaged its show building, putting it out of commission for 10 months (the acoustics still suffer), and then along came Miss Rona with her pandemic. But this institution is able to doggedly continue a run that started more than 2 decades ago because it’s flat-out silly fun, everyone knows it isn’t Shakespeare, and 11-year-olds need birthday outings. Buying online yields discounts; free brochures dispensed around town are good for even more off.