Stone Soup Theatre:
1414 N. 42nd St.
Seattle, WA 98103
(206) 388-9212

Upcoming Events

Lion, Witch, Wardrobe

Dec 14 – Dec 16

During WWII 4 children were sent to live with another family member. It was there little Lucy discovered the magic of the wardrobe. She brought her brothers and sister along into this wonderful world of Narnia. Your young actors will get to act out the story in Lion, Witch, Wardrobe and be wonderful and amazing creatures, or fight with the Ice Queen for control of all the land.


Twelfth Night

Apr 5 – Apr 7

Stone Soup will be part of the city-wide festival, Seattle Celebrates Shakespeare, with our Youth Conservatory adaption of Twelfth Night.

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Classes and Workshops



Sandpoint Fall Quarter 2017

ClassRehearsalGradesTuition
CLASS FULLStone Soup Drama Class: Creative Story Drama Wed 1:10 to 2:25pm5–8$225
CLASS FULL Stone Soup Drama Class and Performance: Robinhood: MWed 1:10 to 2:25pm8–11$225

CLASS FULLStone Soup Drama Class: Creative Story Drama

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Grades: 5–8
Tuition: $225
Wed 1:10 to 2:25pm
Sep 13-Dec 13

Wednesdays: Children find new ways of enjoying and sharing their favorite stories. Students will play theater games that will help them learn the basics of theater and acting while increasing their listening skills, confidence, concentration skills and ability to work together. We will chose different children's stories and lift them off the page using our bodies and imaginations. Students who take this class find a new motivation for reading while playing and having fun. The children will have a final sharing on their last day of class.


CLASS FULL Stone Soup Drama Class and Performance: Robinhood: M

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Grades: 8–11
Tuition: $225
Wed 1:10 to 2:25pm
Sep 13-Dec 13

Wednesdays: ROBIN HOOD(Musical) Flexible gender casting will make this fun for all kids.The Legend of Robin Hood is a new and fun adaptation of the story of the English hero who robbed the rich to help the poor. It features many of the familiar characters of the traditional story including Friar Tuck, Maid Marion, and villains, Prince John and the Sheriff of Nottingham. Complete with rap music and a surprise ending, this musical makes for perfect school year fun.