Stone Soup Theatre:
1414 N. 42nd St.
Seattle, WA 98103
Quality Entertainment in One Act
November 29 – November 29, 2012
Come enjoy the classic story with a new twist! This musical is sure to be fun for the entire family!
November 29th – December 1st
$10 Preview on November 28th
7:30pm November 28 – December 1st
2pm Matinee on December 1st
General Admission $14
$12 tickets for Group of 4 or more
You can purchase your tickets at the Stone Soup Theatre Box Office @ (206) 633-1883 or at www.brownpapertickets.com
June 8 – June 8, 2012
Follow the yellow brick road with Dorothy, Scarecrow, Lion, and Tinman in their journey to meet Oz, the great and powerful. Don’t miss our dynamic youth performers as they transform into the characters you know and love!
The timeless musical gets a new twist with original songs written by Bill Francoeur that provide a modern take on the classic tale. Join Stone Soup for an interactive and musically engaging presentation suitable for the whole family!
The Magical Land of Oz features the talents of: Isabel Becker, Alliyah DaVault, Jocelyne Fowler, Florina Gusu, Annabelle Hannan, Greta Herrington, Henry Herrington, Stuart Kuehne, Mirabai Kukathas, Daphne Matter, Irene Pemberton, Mackenzie Pyle, Gwyn Skone, Lauren Stone, and Mira Wellington.
December 9 – December 9, 2011
One of the most enduring, oft-forgotten holiday memoirs, A Child’s Christmas in Wales comes to vibrant life at Stone Soup, recreating the nostalgic magic of Dylan Thomas’ childhood Christmas.
Experience a slice of Dylan’s memories and find your own in the colorful characters, family dynamics and live Christmas music in our new version of this seasonal classic, performed by both youth conservatory graduates and seasoned professionals, guaranteed to entertain kids and adults alike!
Featuring the talents of: Savannah Baltazar, Jillian Boshart, Joey Fechtel, Rhys Henley, Stuart Kuehne, Arlene Martinez-Vickers, Daphne Matter, Rebecca Parker-O’Neil, Lonnie Renteria, Anna Richardson, Sophia Schloss, Chris Scofield, Hali Scott Smith, Ken Shafer, Gwyn Skone, Norene Sterling, Tom Stewart, Sascha Streckel, Guthrie Sutton, & Carolynne Wilcox.