The Frog Prince

Things grow big in the wild west – things like cacti, frogs, and promises. Princess Honey must find a miracle in order to save the ranch from the clutches of the awful land-grabber, Duke. Instead, she finds a very large frog who offers to help her – but only in exchange for a promise. Will Princess Honey decide to keep her promise to the big green frog that won’t seem to leave her alone, or will she break her promise and throw him back in the trough?

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The Frog Prince | Focus: Keeping a Promise

Adaptation by Lani Brockman | Music & Lyrics by Susan Bardsley

Renton Carco Theatre
Apr 18 at 11am
Apr 19 at 11am & 1pm

Kirkland Performance Center
Apr 25 at 11am, 1pm & 3pm
Apr 26 at 11am & 1pm
May 2 at 11am, 1pm & 3pm
May 3* at 11am, 1pm & 3pm
*All May 3 shows are ASL Interpreted.

Hale’s Palladium In Fremont
May 10 @ 11am, 1pm & 3pm

Shoreline Conference Center
May 9 at 11am

Everett PUD Auditorium
May 17 at 11am & 1pm

• Best for ages 3+
• Tickets $15 (includes service charge)
• No refunds
Ticketing FAQs

StoryBook Theater’s musicals are 55-mins and for ages 3-10. Based on familiar fairy tales, each show focuses on a life lesson and has a happy ending. With catchy songs and clever stories, StoryBook Theater shows are fun for the whole family. 

We perform our shows in Renton, Kirkland, Fremont, Shoreline and Everett. 

All sensory-friendly performance tickets can be purchased HERE or by calling 425.820.1800 x102.

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StoryBook Theater is always looking for ushers! Ushers arrive early for the show they are working, tear tickets and hand out programs – and, of course, smile and welcome people to the theater! After the start of the show, ushers get to see the show for free! Children can help usher, too, if they are accompanied by a responsible adult. If you want to be an usher please contact Susan Bardsley.

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