Winnie the Pooh presented by Tulalip Tribes Charitable Contributions
About the Show: What makes a friend and how do you keep one? Can you have more than one friend? Are all friendships the same? Join Winnie the Pooh and his forest friends as they explore, experience and exclaim the importance of friendship and how to work together in the Hundred Acre Wood.
Adaptation by Lani Brockman | Music & Lyrics by Kim Douglass
Directed by Lani Brockman | Music Director & Piano by Kim Douglass | Choreographed by Megan D. Connell
Sensory-Friendly Performance Showtimes:
- Saturday, April 16 at 3pm at Renton Carco Theatre
- Sunday, April 24 at 3:30pm at Studio East in Kirkland – SOLD OUT!
- Tickets: $5 (+ service fee) – We’re so grateful for the support of Safeco Insurance Fund for allowing us to present this sensory-friendly show at a lower price to make it more accessible for all families.
- Masks required for ages 5+
About our Sensory-Friendly shows:
Our sensory-friendly performances are specifically designed for individuals with autism, neurodiversity, Asperger syndrome, Down syndrome and other sensory processing disorders and special needs.
Have you passed up family theater because your child has different sensory needs? No more! StoryBook Theater, in partnership with Safeco Insurance Fund, is working to make theater accessible for children with developmental challenges and special needs.
In our sensory-friendly performances, we leave the house lights up a few levels higher than for a standard production, reduce the sound level, as well as offer a comfortable, judgment-free theater experience. Friendly, supportive staff and community volunteers minimize stress and offer whatever help is needed to facilitate your theater experience.