‘Twas the Night…

September 19, 2022 in

Studio East and The Barr Family present the delightfully entertaining Eastside Holiday Tradition, ‘Twas the Night… where chaos, craziness, and cuteness reign. ‘Twas tells the famous poem through the eyes of, not only the humans involved, but the run-away mice, hungry cats, ‘hoofing’ reindeer and the Big Guy himself. ‘Twas is great for all ages […]

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Little Red

August 20, 2019 in

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. […]

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Beauty and the Beast

August 20, 2019 in

Premera Blue Cross presents StoryBook Theater’s Beauty and the Beast. The Prince has been turned into a silly-looking loud-mouthed beast because of his selfish and unruly behavior. In order to break the spell he must learn to be well-mannered, sincere, gracious and pure of heart.  But most importantly, he must find someone to love him […]

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Rise Up

August 13, 2019 in

Don’t throw away your shot to see Rise Up, the Hamilton Tribute Band! Rise Up is an ensemble of top Seattle vocalists and musicians that performs the amazing music of Hamilton. “Hamilton” is a record-breaking Broadway musical and winner of 11 Tony’s including Best Musical. It is a sweeping national cultural phenomenon with music that […]

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Studio East: Les Misérables (School Edition)

February 13, 2019 in

Studio East’s 22nd annual teen summer musical presents Les Misérables. This epic story recounts the struggle against adversity in 19th century France. Imprisoned for stealing a loaf of bread, petty thief Jean Valjean is released from his 19-year term and not only becomes an honest man, but the mayor of a prosperous town and a […]

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Kirkland Community Musical: The Music Man

August 14, 2018 in

Studio East and Kirkland Performance Center are proud to announce the long-anticipated return of the Kirkland Community Musical. Both organizations are joining forces to present Meredith Willson’s classic The Music Man. When Harold Hill, a traveling con man, arrives in River City, he convinces the locals to start a band by purchasing the uniforms and […]

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The Little Engine that Could

August 14, 2018 in

The little broken-down engine needs your help! Her toys need to be delivered to the children on the other side of the mountain but who can do it? There are many trains who are willing to help, but they all seem to have more important things on their minds. Can you help the little engine […]

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3 Pigs

August 14, 2018 in

When the wolf is on the hunt for some succulent pork, the shakin’ bacon starts makin’ a sturdy, tooth-proof home for protection. This zany rendition of the favorite tale will have audiences, small and tall, rooting for the little porkers as they scramble to save their skins. October 28th performances are all ASL, and November […]

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The Princess and the Pea

August 14, 2018 in

Will the Queen let her son marry the girl he loves, even though she doesn’t look like a typical princess? And what defines a real princess? Beauty? Kindness? Courage? Find out in this not-so-traditional, but oh-so-delightful, story about big beds, pining princesses, and petite peas. May 4th 3:30pm performance is sensory friendly, and May 5th performances […]

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StoryBook Theater: Syd the Solstice Kid

August 14, 2018 in

Travel around the world and connect cultures with the ever-curious, Syd the Solstice Kid. Syd wants answers! Why are the days so short in December? Where does the sun go? Join Syd and explore a collection of solstice legends and celebrations from around the world! This new show follows Syd and three of her friends as they explore […]

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