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The specific purpose of Spokane Children's Theatre is to provide enjoyable & educational theatrical entertainment for children and their families.
OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED FOR THE HOLIDAYS: DECEMBER 20TH TO JANUARY 2ND
Reservations can still be made via email: email@example.com or by leaving a detailed voice mail: 509-328-4886
Upcoming Concerts & Shows
The Emperor cares for nothing but new clothes. The minister of the robes plays on this weakness to rob the royal weavers and persecute the Emporess. Two Rogues convince the Emperor that they can weave a cloth which cannot be seen by anyone unfit for the position he holds. Everyone is afraid to confess that he cannot see the new clothes. The Rogues are able to save Emporess and the weavers and to expose the villainy of the minister. Only the child is brave enough to speak the truth.
Directed by Janis Waley
Directed by Jessica Loomer. Based on the classic tale by Lewis Carroll, Alice in Wonderland begins shortly after Alice has fallen down the rabbit-hole. Desperate to get back home to her cat, Dinah, and her birthday party, Alice looks to the friendly Cheshire Cat to help her through Wonderland. She soon gets lost, but finds mischief and adventure in meeting the Caterpillar, Mad Hatter and March Hare, Queen of Hearts and other amazing people and creatures along the way! You never know what you may find when you’re in Wonderland…
Directed by JoAnne Emery. By Dave Barton and Matt Bond. Drawing on the beloved novel by Mark Twain, Dave Barton and Matt Bond have brought a fresh simplicity to the well-known story of Tom Sawyer, his friends and the adults in their lives. All the famous adventures are included, climaxing with the life-or-death battle with Injun Joe in the cave. Eight musical numbers, including the show-stopping "Paintin’ the Fence," advance the plot and are vastly entertaining.
Director TBA. Based on a fairy tale by Charles Perrault. Produced by special arrangement with MTI. A godmother, of the fairy variety, inquires of her two helpers about the neediest case in the kingdom. Not surprisingly, they introduce her to Ella, who, after being orphaned, was left in the care of her wicked stepmother and stepsisters. Forced to use the kitchen as a bedroom, Ella can often be found daydreaming among the cinders from the fireplace, inspiring her stepfamily to rename her "Cinderella." Wand in hand, Godmother sets about to change the girl's life. With a dash of belief, a sprinkle of magic, and a pinch of true love, Cinderella has...