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.

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
Please call the box office for tickets and additional information 425.881.6777


September 27-October 13, 2013
Director: Samuel Pettit
Music Director: Julia Thornton

A dancing cat, a howling dog, and a vampire bunny. The perfect pet combination for any family. It’s a dark and stormy night and Chester (the family cat) and Harold (the family dog) sit waiting for their owners to return home from the movies. Chester and Harold are more than just pets, they’re good friends too. When the Monroes finally get home, they come bearing a surprise: they’ve found a bunny in the movie theater. But this is no ordinary rabbit… this is the extraordinary Bunnicula. When the family’s produce starts losing its juice, Chester thinks he knows what’s causing the fantastic phenomenon. Bunnicula is a vampire! Or maybe Chester’s imagination is getting the better of him. Singing and dancing their way through this hilarious mystery, the furry friends find room in their hearts, and in their home, for one very unique bunny.

November 1-17, 2013
Knuffle Bunny: A Cautionary Musical
Director: Kate Swenson
Music Director: Julie Parsons
The story: girl loves stuffed animal. Girl loses beloved animal. Girl fights to get animal back. But throw adventure, song and dancing laundry into the mix and you get an instant children's classic! Six-time Emmy Award winner Mo Willems teams up with Grammy Award–winning composer Michael Silversher to create this heart-warming and hilarious musical.

December 6-22, 2013
A Christmas Carol Jr.
Director: Ken Michels

This original adaptation of Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol is rich with traditional carols, alive with color and movement, and is created to tell this enduring tale in a fashion that will appeal to people of all ages. Join the SSR family and celebrate this timeless seasonal classic right here in Redmond.

January 10-26, 2014
Bayou Bugs
Director: John Clark
Music Director: Paul Linnes
Bayou Bug Tales is based on the fable of the ant and the grasshopper, but includes many other buggy creatures from the bayou.  The score is full of fun and toe-tapping songs and colorful characters. The main theme of the show is about change and how, even though change can be scary, it is part of growing and living.

February 14-March 2, 2014
Little Red Riding Hood
Director: Alicia Mendez

Little Red Riding Hood lives on the outskirts of the woods with her protective Mother. She’s a good girl, but she doesn’t always take her Mother’s instructions to heart. The only people she sees with any regularity are her mother and the Huntsman. She often daydreams of curious things, but with no playmates she has to be satisfied with her closest companions — the trees. When Grandma comes for a visit, everyone is excited because Grandma is so much fun to be with... and Grandma thinks Little Red is old enough now to visit her on the other side of the forest alone. One day Grandma takes ill, and Mother reluctantly allows Red to carry a basket of goodies to Grandma’s house. Mother warns Red not to talk with strangers on the way, and she heads off down the path. As she enters the woods she meets up with a Wolf. He is down on his luck, and makes it his mission to discover where the little girl is going and what’s in the basket.

March 21 – April 6, 2014
Charlotte’s Web
Charlotte’s Web was named "the best American children's book of the past two hundred years," by The Children’s Literature Association. Wilbur has a problem: how to avoid winding up as pork chops! Charlotte, a fine writer and true friend, hits on a plan to fool Farmer Zuckerman -- she will create a "miracle." Spinning the words "Some Pig" in her web, Charlotte weaves a solution that not only makes Wilbur a prize pig, but also ensures his place on the farm forever. This treasured tale, featuring madcap and endearing farm animals, explores bravery, selfless love, and the true meaning of friendship.

May 2-18, 2014
Book & Lyrics by Stan Gill
Music by Laurinda Sager
Director: Pat Haines-Ainsworth
Music Director: Julie Parsons

Martin and Etta Sue are a poor and childless peasant couple living beside the tower of a witch named Miranda. As the years go by the couple makes an unfortunate bargain with Miranda when they think it may be their last chance to have a baby. Miranda will raise the little girl as her own in the isolated tower. As Rapunzel grows, her only contact with the world outside is through her “Witch-mother” who gains access to the tower by climbing Rapunzel’s magnificent golden braids. One day a passing Prince hears Rapunzel’s song and climbs her braids himself. After several of these secret visits, they fall in love. When Miranda learns of this, she cuts off Rapunzel’s golden hair and casts her out. When the Prince returns, the Witch has taken Rapunzel’s place, and the Prince is blinded in his escape. Wandering the countryside, they meet and Rapunzel’s tears fall into her Prince’s eyes, restoring his sight. She is reunited with her real parents and all live happily ever after.

If you would like to schedule a field trip to SSR, please contact
us at 425.8816777 during our business hours:

Tues-Sat 2pm-6pm (and two hours prior to every performance)

Or, you can e-mail Include your name, the name of your school, how many students plan on attending, how many adults plan on attending and your contact information. We will get back to you as soon as possible.

Grade School School-Day Performances are available at 9:30am and 11:30am


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


7325 166th AVE NE Suite F250, Redmond, WA 98052

Box Office Hours: Tues-Sat 2pm-6pm
(and two hours prior to every performance)