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Beatrix Potter’s timeless tale of Peter Rabbit is given a modern twist by award-winning writer Trista Baldwin. What does it mean to be a good bunny? If everyone thinks you’re a bad bunny, can you ever be good? In this moving and adventurous reimagining of Beatrix Potter’s classic tale, Peter Rabbit and his three sisters come together to tell a story of their very own.

Content Note:

Based on feedback from our initial previews, we have removed our age recommendation.

This play is a reimagined version of Peter Rabbit’s story. It includes themes of sibling connections, grief, and facing your fears. There is discussion of the death of a parent and a stylized depiction of a larger-than-life, unseen villain created with lights, shadow, and sound. This may be intense for some audiences.

We invite you to view our summary and resources to learn more about this production.

 

Location
Charlotte Martin Theatre

Running Time
Approx. 60 minutes, no intermission

Performances

May

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For more information about our accessible performances and offerings, visit our Accessibility Offerings page. For more information about our theatre spaces and their physical accessibility, visit our Wheelchair and Limited Mobility Access page.

April 25, 2024 is our Pay What You Can performance of A Tale of Peter Rabbit. Call our Ticket Office to arrange your Pay What You Can ticket for this performance at any price!

Additional Resources

Our Story Books are a great way prepare for your trip to the theatre, giving you a peek into what to expect before you arrive. This Story Book is a social story that includes pictures of the inside of our building, the seats, and the areas you might need during your visit, including the quiet room, restrooms, and the exits.

Charlotte Martin STORY BOOK

SENSORY SENSITIVE GUIDE

Artists

Cast / Creative

Khanh Doan*

Cottontail

Sunam Ellis

Flopsy

Pilar O'Connell*

Mopsy

Koo Park*

Peter

Adria LaMorticella

Understudy Peter & Mopsy

Iveliz Martel

Understudy Flopsy & Cottontail

Production Team

Anita Montgomery Director

Trista Baldwin Playwright

Andrea Bryn Bush Scenic Designer

Melanie Taylor Burgess^ Costume Designer

Chih-Hung Shao Lighting Designer

Chris Lane Sound Designer

Laurel Nichols* Stage Manager

P. Aldya Sorm Assistant Stage Manager

Francesca Betancourt Choreographer

Reading List

More Info

Events

Peter Rabbit Show Experiences

April 25 - May 19, 2024
Enjoy entertainment before select performances of A Tale of Peter Rabbit

Peter Rabbit Book Donation Drive

April 25 - May 19, 2024
In partnership with WashMasks Mutual Aid

 
 

Our Community Partners

Black Origin Plants intentionally centers the Afro diasporic experience in creating a space of healing and connection through plants, community, and art. Follow on Instagram at @blackoriginplants

Stage Door Store: Black Origin Plants
April 25 - May 19, 2024
SCT Lobby

Visit the Stage Door Store before or after the show to bring home some plants of your own!

CASA LATINA

Casa Latina is a nonprofit organization that advances the power and well-being of Latino immigrants through employment, education, and community organizing. They were founded in 1994 to advance the power of Seattle’s Latino immigrants by providing them educational and economic opportunities, giving people the tools they need to work, live, and support their families. Their vision is that the Latino community participates fully in the economy and democracy of this country.

Casa Latina Tabling
April 25, 2024
SCT Lobby

Learn more about Casa Latina at their booth before the 6:30pm performance.

The PlayGarden’s core values of inclusion, adventure play and garden to table guide our staff in achieving our mission of providing children of all abilities a safe, accessible and adventurous place to play. We encourage our staff to be playful in their jobs, with each other and of course the kids.

Theatre in the Garden
May 11, 2024, 9:30am – 12:30pm
Seattle Children’s PlayGarden (1745 24th Ave S)
FREE EVENT

Join SCT as we celebrate spring and A Tale of Peter Rabbit with our friends at Seattle PlayGarden and Washmasks. There will be garden activities, Story Drama, a special appearance from the cast and show, and maybe even a rabbit or two!

There will also be a thank you card making station where you can create notes of appreciation for farmworkers in Western Washington, as well as a drop-off station for the donation of sun hats to farmworkers. Help protect those who feed us via the Heat Stress Prevention Donation Drive by bringing sun hat or baseball hat (both adult and kid sizes accepted). Those who donate will receive a raffle ticket with the chance to win 4 tickets to A Tale of Peter Rabbit!

WashMasks Mutual Aid works with communities to provide care, creative joy, and community to Washington farmworkers, their families, and other BIPOC rural communities. We believe farmworkers and rural communities deserve safety, equity, and dignity.

Book Donation Drive
April 25 - May 19, 2024
SCT Lobby

Throughout the run of A Tale of Peter Rabbit, bring new or gently used books to contribute to our book donation drive.