Bring your group to a StoryBook Theater show and experience the magic of live theater! StoryBook Theater offers weekday matinees for groups of 10 or more. Group tickets are only $8.50 for our regular season, and $10.00 for our special holiday show, “The Elves and the Toymaker.”
StoryBook Theater productions are 55-minute musical fairytale adaptations, written especially for young people ages 3-10, but fun for grown-ups too. Every story includes audience participation, and conveys a positive life lesson for children. StoryBook shows are never scary and always have a happy ending.
StoryBook Theater shows are presented at these venues:
Book a weekday matinee for your group
Find the dates and times of available shows that work best for your school, organization, or home school group.
You may complete the online form or mail us your completed downloadable form. You may also call the School Show Coordinator at 425-820-1800, ext. 110. Please note that you do not have confirmed seats at your requested date/time until your official Reservation Confirmation is sent. Seating depends on availability, and shows are sometimes sold out. All reservations must be made in advance. We cannot accommodate walk-up sales at the performance venue on the day of the show.
Announcing our 2015-16 StoryBook Theater Season!
What makes a friend? Can Little Red make friends with a starving wolf and an overexcited hunter? And will they want to make friends with her? Granny teaches this needy and very hungry trio to look beyond their immediate needs and discover how to make a friend –and best yet, how to keep one.
It’s the holiday season, and a Toymaker and his wife have been hard at work building toys to give to boys and girls everywhere. But on the morning they are to be delivered the Toymaker discovers all the toys have disappeared! Can two spunky and very generous Elves save the day? This holiday musical will remind us that the spirit of giving is the truly greatest gift of all.
In real life Jack is frightened of everything, except the adventures in his head. But when given the choice to stay home and dream, or explore the world a giant beanstalk has to offer, Jack decides to find the courage to climb the beanstalk and to have a real-life adventure of his very own.
Princess Beauty is a cutie, but being pretty doesn’t cut it when you really want to slay dragons and find adventure. Will Beauty get to be her very own hero – or will she be interrupted by a 100-year nap? And will the Prince save her – or will she save him? (This StoryBook version isn’t just for girls – the boys will love it, too!)