Level: Upper Floor
Phone: (425) 881-6777
Box Office Hours: Tues-Sat 2pm-6pm (and two hours prior to every performance).
Since its opening in October of 1999, SecondStory Repertory has offered a year-round season of musicals, comedies, mysteries, and dramas, along with its popular Theater for Young Audiences series for grade school children ages 4 to 10. The theater also provides; improvisational comedy shows, burlesque performances, poetry readings, informal stagings of new works, educational opportunities and classes, student recitals, and a plethora of special events.
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From the story by C.S. Lewis Dramatized by le Clanche du Rand. In this inventive and highly theatrical version of the famous C.S. Lewis tale, Peter and Lucy take the audience on an exciting journey through the wardrobe and back to Narnia where the White Witch has cast a spell to make it always winter and never Christmas. There they meet Mr. Tumnus the faun, and, with the help of other Narnia creatures, they go in search of Aslan the…
By George Bernard Shaw Directed by Bradetta Vines Featuring Rebecca Lane as Joan The martyred heroine of France fought and defeated the besieging English at Orleans, was captured and taken prisoner in Burgundy, and put on trial and burned at the stake — all by the age of 19. Depicted as neither witch, saint nor madwoman in George Bernard Shaw’s compelling story, Joan of Arc is but a farm girl whose focus on the individual rocks the church and state.
Once Told Tales is your host team for SecondStory Repertory’s 2019/2020 improv season. Previously known as East Side Story, the team has been bringing the laughs to Seattle’s Greater Eastside since 2013. Our shows feature fast-paced short-form games and once-in-a-lifetime long form stories. Our Friday shows are uncensored and are meant for adults. If you have younger improv fans or want a show more suitable for general audiences, join us on Saturday for our all-ages show! Tickets $12. For ticket…
Book by Kate Swenson Music & Lyrics by John Allman Based on the Original Story by Mark & Jen Chenovick A curious kid, a sheep, and a half-squirrel-half-wolf creature called The Squolf find confidence in their new friendship, and use their unusual talents to save the village of Peanut Woolhaven from destruction.
Book by Tom Jones Music by Harvey Schmidt Lyrics by Tom Jones Based on Les Romanesques by Edmond Rostand Directed by Tyler Harr Sponsored by Karyn King The Fantasticks is a funny and romantic musical about a boy, a girl, and their two fathers who try to keep them apart. The narrator, El Gallo, asks the audience to use their imagination and follow them into a world of moonlight and magic. The boy and the girl fall in love, grow…
Book by Paul Lewis & Gabriel Carbajal, and Mary Guaraldi Music and Lyrics by Paul Lewis Musical Arrangements and Additional Music by Austin Davy Adaptation based on The Runaway Bunny by Margaret Wise Brown Copyright © 1942 by Harper & Row, Inc. Text copyright © renewed 1970 by Roberta Brown Rauch. Illustrations copyright © 1972 by Edith T. Hurd, Clement Hurd, John Thacher Hurd, and George Hellyer, as Trustees of the Edith and Clement Hurd 1982 Trust The Runaway Bunny…
By Michael Frayn Directed by Danny Miller Sponsored by David LeCompte In 1941, German physicist Werner Heisenberg went to Copenhagen to see his Danish counterpart, Niels Bohr. Together they had revolutionized atomic science in the 1920s, but now they were on opposite sides of a world war.
Music and Lyrics by Barry Keating Book by Barry Keating and Stuart Ross SPONSORED BY BETH MORUSUND Shy teenager Eleanor has built a fantasy world around the sci-fi comic books she collects. To the distress of her mother, she has learned to avoid the pains of growing up by escaping into fantasy, imagining herself to be an unrecognized superhero. When she is mysteriously thrust into the Website World of her favorite comic book, Eleanor is drawn into the conflict between…