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The Theater for Young Audiences Series is appropriate for grade school aged children. Families with younger children are encouraged to attend our all-ages shows on Sundays.
Fri at 7pm, Sat at 1pm & 3pm, and Sunday at 1pm and 3pm
Single Tickets:
$10.00 (all ages)
Sunday Discount: $5.00 ages 1 to 3 and FREE for children under 1



November 9-25, 2012

The Frog Prince

Book & Lyrics by Stan Gill
Music by Cindy Bright

The Princess is not supposed to be down by the well ... but the Princess does not always behave. When she loses her precious golden ball down the well, a Frog comes to the rescue and retrieves it. All he desires in return is her promise of friendship, but the Princess breaks her word. When the King discovers this, he intervenes and insists that his daughter fulfill her part of the bargain.


Britt Boyd (Troubadour) is delighted to be back at SecondStory Repertory, having previously appeared in Duck for President (Cow) and Urinetown (Soupy Sue).  Recent credits include Katie Stanley in Pirates of Penzance (STAGEright); The Baker's Wife in Into the Woods (Seattle Musical Theatre); Mrs Armstrong in The Best Christmas Pageant Ever (Seattle Public Theater) and touring nationally with Living Voices/Theaterworks.  By day, Britt can be found illuminating young minds at Seattle Children's Theatre and teaching fifth graders how to swashbuckle like Errol Flynn.

Jeffrey Hitchin (King) was last seen at SecondStory Rep in “Rumpelstiltskin” where he played the King. He doesn’t feel all that regal, yet he ends up playing Kings a lot. Go figure. He can also be heard locally on “Imagination Theater” on KIXI 880 in various episodes of “The Adventures of Harry Nile” and “The Further Adventures of Sherlock Holmes.”

Liz Oyama (Gwen) is thrilled to be back for her second show with SecondStory Rep! She spent the summer in Leavenworth Washington, leading the cast of Leavenworth Summer Theatre's production of "The Sound of Music" as Maria VonTrapp. Other credits include Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat here at SSR (ensemble), A Chorus Line (ensemble, Diana u/s), My Fair Lady (Eliza Doolittle), Crazy for You (Tess), and Curtains (Nikki).

Charles Ivan Gift (Frog Prince) This is Charles' second time playing a frog here at SecondStory He was last seen in Greenstage's Henry VIII this summer and just recently as the Surveillance Officer in Seattle Opera’s Fidelio. Charles was  the Baker and Simeon in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, and Frog in A Year with Frog and Toad at SecondStory Repertory. Other roles include Dick in Play it Again Sam at Phoenix Theater and Noah in 110 In The Shade. Charles moved here five years ago from the Spokane/North Idaho where he has acted, directed, and crewed professionally in the area for many years. Favorite roles are Adam in Someone to Watch Over Me, C C Showers in The Diviners. The plant in Little Shop of Horrors, Laertes in Hamlet, Oberon in A Midsummer Nights Dream, Curly in Oklahoma. Charles holds a BA in Theater and English from Gonzaga University.

Meagan Castillo (Witcher Woman) is excited to be appearing with SecondStory Repertory for the third time after appearing as the miller’s maid in Rumpelstiltskin and Katherina Cavaleieri in Amadeus last season. Favorite roles include Nancy in Oliver!, Ado Annie in Oklahoma!, The Baker’s Wife in Into the Woods and Rosa Bud in Drood. When not rehearsing or performing, Meagan enjoys writing clever bios for the many theaters she works for. Enjoy the show!


Danny Miller (Director) is the President of the Board at SecondStory, and has been acting with the company for ten seasons now. His most recent directing job was for Rumpelstiltskin in last year's TYA series. He is very proud to bring this charming fairy tale to life for all ages and lucky to have such a great group of talented professionals to work with. Enjoy the show!

Julie Parsons (Music Director) is a Seattle-based musical director, choral conductor, singer, educator, and clinician.  Julie is a regular Musical Director for Youth Theatre Northwest, as well as MDing for Burien Little Theatre, and is excited to be working on her first show for SecondStory Repertory.  She serves on the board of the Washington State American Choral Directors Association, and serves at the national level of ACDA as a member of the Technology Committee.  She is a founding member of the Mägi Ensemble, a professional choir specializing in music from Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania.  She has sung with choirs all over the world, including the London Philharmonic Choir and London Choral Society, been the Artistic Director and Conductor of the Waltham Philharmonic Orchestra, and conductor of the University of Washington's University Singers.   Julie holds a BA in Vocal Performance from Central College (IA), a MM from New England Conservatory, and is currently finishing her DMA at the University of Washington.

Samantha Armitage (Costume Designer) Samantha is a costume designer based out of the Greater Seattle Area with an MFA in theatre costume design from Arizona State University. After receiving her MFA, Samantha trained as an intern at The Pacific Conservatory of the Performing Arts (PCPA) as a costume design assistant. Her design credits include: Bone Portraits, Eurydice, And What She Found There (an original devised work), Allegra (an original work), The True Story of the Three Little Pigs, Richard III and A Mouse Who Knows Me (New Work). This is Samantha’s first costume design with SecondStory Rep.


SecondStory Repertory’s mission is to entertain, educate, and enlighten the diverse communities of artists and audiences on Seattle’s Eastside.


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