2018-2019 Tickets

2018-19 Season

StoryBook Theater’s musicals are 55-mins and for ages 3-10. Based on familiar fairy tales, each show focuses on a life lesson and has a happy ending. With catchy songs and clever stories, StoryBook Theater shows are fun for the whole family. You may purchase a season subscription for next season here, or click on each show picture below for more information and to purchase individual show tickets.

Please Note: Tickets for single shows will not go on sale until September 1st.

When the wolf is on the hunt for some succulent pork, the shakin’ bacon starts makin’ a sturdy, tooth-proof home for protection. This zany rendition of the favorite tale will have audiences, small and tall, rooting for the little porkers as they scramble to save their skins.

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3 Pigs

Focus: Working together

Adaptation by Lani Brockman
Music & Lyrics by Susan Bardsley

Dates & Showtimes

Renton Carco Theatre
Oct 20 at 11am
Oct 21 at 11am, 1pm & 3pm

Kirkland Performance Center
Oct 27 at 11am, 1pm & 3pm
Oct 28* at 11am, 1pm & 3pm
Nov 3 at 11am, 1pm

Hale’s Palladium In Fremont
Nov 4 at 11am, 1pm & 3pm

Shoreline Conference Center
Nov 10 at 11am

Everett PUD Auditorium
Nov 18 at 11am, 1pm

*Sunday, October 28th shows will be ASL interpreted.

• Best for ages 3+
• Tickets $15 (includes service charge)
• No refunds
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Travel around the world and connect cultures with the ever-curious, Syd the Solstice Kid. Syd wants answers! Why are the days so short in December? Where does the sun go? Join Syd and explore a collection of solstice legends and celebrations from around the world!

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Syd the Solstice Kid

Theme: Sharing Cultural Traditions

Adaptation by Lani Brockman
Music & Lyrics by Susan Bardsley

Hale’s Palladium In Fremont
Dec 2 at 11am, 1pm & 3pm

Shoreline Conference Center
Dec 8 at 11am

Renton Carco Theatre
Dec 9 at 11am, 1pm & 3pm

Kirkland Performance Center
Dec 15 at 11am, 1pm & 3pm
Dec 16* at 11am, 1pm & 3pm
Dec 22: 11am, 1pm & 3pm

*Sunday, December 16th shows will be ASL interpreted.

• Best for ages 3+
• Tickets $18 (includes service charge)
• No refunds

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The little broken-down engine needs your help! Her toys need to be delivered to the children on the other side of the mountain but who can do it? There are many trains who are willing to help, but they all seem to have more important things on their minds. Can you help the little engine get their attention so they will help her deliver the toys?

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The Little Engine That Could

Theme: Believe in Yourself

Adaptation by Lani Brockman
Music & Lyrics by Susan Bardsley

Renton Carco Theatre
Jan 26 at 11am
Jan 27 at 11am, 1pm & 3pm

Kirkland Performance Center
Feb 2 at 11am, 1pm & 3pm
Feb 3 at 11am & 1pm
Feb 9 at 11am & 1pm 
Feb 10* at 11am, 1pm & 3pm

Hale’s Palladium In Fremont
Mar 10 at 11am, 1pm & 3pm

Shoreline Conference Center
Mar 16 at 11am

Everett PUD Auditorium
Mar 3 at 11am & 1pm

*Sunday, February 10th shows will be ASL interpreted.

• Best for ages 3+
• Tickets $15 (includes service charge)
• No refunds
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Will the Queen let her son marry the girl he loves, even if she’s not as pretty as the other princesses? And what defines a real princess? Beauty? Kindness? Courage? Or is it an aversion to little green vegetables? Find out in this not-so-traditional, but oh-so-delightful, story about big beds, pining princesses, and petite peas.

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The Princess & The Pea

Theme: Follow your Heart

Adaptation by Lani Brockman

Music & Lyrics by Susan Bardsley

Renton Carco Theatre

Apr 13 at 11am, Apr 14 at 11am, 1pm & 3pm

Kirkland Performance Center

May 4 at 11am & 1pm

May 5* at 11am, 1pm & 3pm

May 11 at 11am, 1pm & 3pm

May 12 at 11am, 1pm & 3pm

Hale’s Palladium In Fremont

Apr 28 @ 11am, 1pm & 3pm

Shoreline Conference Center

Apr 27 at 11am

Everett PUD Auditorium

May 19 at 11am & 1pm

*Sunday, May 5th shows will be ASL interpreted.

• Best for ages 3+

• Tickets $15 (includes service charge)

• No refunds

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Get Involved

StoryBook Theater is always looking for ushers! Ushers arrive early for the show they are working, tear tickets and hand out programs – and, of course, smile and welcome people to the theater! After the start of the show, ushers get to see the show for free! Children can help usher, too, if they are accompanied by a responsible adult. If you want to be an usher please contact Susan Bardsley.

Another way to help out? Donate Now to support StoryBook Theater. We are part of Studio East Training for the Performing Arts and can always use donations to our scholarship fund.

The most important way to help, though, is to tell your friends, neighbors, relatives, and even strangers about StoryBook Theater so that we can continue to grow our audiences of tomorrow! Thank you for your support.

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