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School Matinee Reservation REQUEST
Student Weekday Matinees are open to all schools, montessories, daycares, and preschools. Homeschoolers, please book through the Homeschool Field Trips page.
To reserve a student matinee performance for your class of 10 or more, please log in, fill out the form below, and hit submit. If your school group is fewer than 10, please reserve your tickets by calling the School Show Office at 206.441.9244 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. For more info about each show, click on the photos below!
September 26 - October 25, 2019
For STUDENTS age 6 and older
Innovative large-scale puppetry, live music and a multi-generational cast gather on stage to share the story of a beautiful horse. Experience his journey from being a carefree colt to a workhorse in the busy streets of London, before his graceful retirement in a country pasture. Brimming with compassion, this SCT commission and World Premiere invites us to seek kindness in the face of adversity. Black Beauty is an equestrian adventure for the whole family that will gallop straight to your heart.
November 21 - December 20, 2019
For students age 3 and older
Late at night while the world sleeps, a curious bear named Corduroy searches every inch of a department store in pursuit of his missing button. Leaving behind delightful messes, a Night Watchman is on the case to discover the origin of this playful destruction. All the while, a young girl dreams of bringing Corduroy home as a new cuddle companion. Don Freeman’s beloved picture book comes to vibrant life in this fun and highly physical adaptation, sure to delight all audiences.
February 11 - March 6, 2020
For students age 5 and older
Fierce Fairytale - Forget everything you thought you knew about Snow White!
Deep in the forest, a classic tale emerges and then is radically transformed. Two dynamic actors morph into a multitude of characters including a princess, her evil queen, a magical mirror, a huntsman, and the beloved seven dwarfs. Both lively and imaginative, this new adaptation of Snow White will leave you experiencing this classical story with an entirely fresh perspective while wondering: How did they do that?
The Best Summer Ever!
March 24 - APril 17, 2020
For students age 8 and older
Summer means sleepaway camps, days with friends by the pool, and late nights gazing at the stars. For nine-year-old Maurice Abernathy Anderson, a significant loss and one little lie means his summer just got more complicated. Written and performed by nationally acclaimed storyteller, Kevin Kling, and featuring rousing sing-a-longs, The Best Summer Ever joyfully explores the way childhood is measured by sights, sounds, feelings, and love.
Don't Let The Pigeon Drive The Bus
April 9 - May 22, 2020
For students age 5 and older
The Pigeon really wants to drive the bus. He really, really, really wants to! When the bus driver has a small emergency, it looks as though our feathered friend’s dreams may come true. Featuring a combination of puppets, songs and feathers, this comedic drive will be sure to get your toes tapping and wings flapping. From the brilliant imagination of Mo Willems and based on the New York Times #1 bestselling book, Pigeon is an interactive romp with one of youth literature’s most hilarious characters.