“Every time a new person comes into our lives, we start off on a new adventure…you must keep your heart open, ready to love and to be loved.”
An exquisitely fashioned toy china rabbit, Edward Tulane, experiences deep love and loss on a tumultuous 20 year journey. Edward, a self-important toy companion to a young girl, obsesses over his vast array of lovely outfits rather than forge new relationships. When unexpected forces come into play he discovers what truly matters; to love and to be loved.
Charlotte Martin Theatre
Age Recommendation: For Ages 6+
Running Time: Approximately 90 minutes, including intermission.
Tickets start at $20.
This production has past.
“An enchanting experience”
Active Audience Guide
Enjoy articles, activities, interviews, and behind-the-scenes photos in our Active Audience Guide!
- Honoring Differences
THE MIRACULOUS JOURNEY OF EDWARD TULANE at Seattle Children’s Theatre
Broadway World Seattle
Cast / Creative
Rhonda J Siokowski
Mika Kita Wellington
Courtney Sale Director
Carey Wong Scenic Designer
Trevor Bowen Costume Designer
Connie Yun Lighting Designer
Rob Witmer Composer
Chris Walker Sound Designer
Annett Mateo Puppet Designer and Coach
Angie Louise Musician/Conductor
Jessica C. Bomball Stage Manager
Kiera Krieg Production Assistant
Anna Vraney Intern Stage Manager
Amy Jurkiewicz Youth Cast Supervisor
For Children and Young Adults:
The Velveteen Rabbit, Or, How Toys Become Real
Matt de la Peña
Toys Come Home: Being the Early Experiences of an Intelligent Stingray, a Brave Buffalo, and a Brand-New Someone Called Plastic
Where the Mountain Meets the Moon
Red Ted and the Lost Things
Killer Whale Eyes
Sondra Simone Segundo
Created from Haida stories passed down through the years, Segundo tells the tale of a beloved young girl born with special eyes that connect her to the sea and its creatures, and how her village must cope with their grief when she is lost to that sea. This story of love, loss, home and transformation explores the power of interconnectedness.
For Adults Working with Children and Young Adults:
Survivors: Extraordinary Tales from the Wild and Beyond
F is for Feelings
Goldie Millar and Lisa Berger
Created by two clinical psychologists, this picture book of emotions, and actions associated with emotions, includes guides and exercises for adults, making it a perfect tool for caregivers to explore the range of emotions with their kiddos.
Kate DiCamillo’s official website
Booklist prepared by Deborah Sandler
The Seattle Public Library