Seattle Children's Theatre 2-Ticket Pass
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The last date listed for Seattle Children's Theatre 2-Ticket Pass was Any Show Date From February 6 - May 18, 2014 (Reserve in Advance).
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Please note that some of the shows will be performed at different spaces in the Seattle Children’s Theatre other than the Charlotte Martin Theatre. However, all of the venues are located at the same address.
_*Pinocchio*_*: February 6 – March 9, 2014 *
For Ages 6+
Charlotte Martin Theatre
Based on the classic Italian story, this novel production incorporates the audience’s imagination to reinforce the universal importance of telling the truth. Desperate for a son, lonely puppeteer Gepetto crafts a wooden boy. Pinocchio, however, is not content with his stilted life, so after making a promise to his father, he heads off to school, believing that’s the key to becoming a real boy. Along the way, Pinocchio is readily sidetracked by diversions that he hopes will result in more money, friends and fun. Though he gets tricked out of his only possessions, Pinocchio eventually overcomes his scheming foes with the help of a clever cricket and a helpful fairy.
The Boy at the Edge of Everything*_*: March 6 – April 6, 2014 *
For Ages 8+
Eve Alvord Theatre
In the middle of his over-scheduled 12-year-old life, Simon Ives dreams of a place where he can just stop and think. Meanwhile, at the farthest point of the universe, The Boy at the Edge of Everything lives by himself, lonely and bored. When Simon is rocketed into space (through an unlikely series of events involving “lots and lots of fireworks”), their worlds collide and neither will ever be the same. Follow Simon on an epic adventure through space and time in this quirky and charming play.
Art Dog*_*: April 10 – May 18, 2014 *
For Ages 5+
Charlotte Martin Theatre
By day, Arthur is a mild-mannered museum guard; by night, his alter ego, Art Dog, is a mysterious artist who makes the city his canvas. However, when Leonardo Dog Vinci’s “Mona Woofa” goes missing from the Dogopolis Museum of Art, Art Dog is a prime suspect. Not to be deterred, the canine superhero simply paints his way out of a jail and collars the thieves with his brush strokes. While the town applauds his heroism and celebrates his artistic brilliance, the only thing still at large is Art Dog’s true identity.