This memorable classic, recounting the story of resilient Anne and her friends Gilbert, Diana & Moody on their many adventures, is our fall production for middle schoolers! Anne of Green Gables is a story that explores coming of age, choosing beauty in a world of the mundane, and creating lifelong relationships, all through the eyes of a young orphaned girl

Performances: November 4 at 2:00pm & November 5 at 7:00pm


When Greta, a young girl living in Nazi Germany, reads that the nearby women's concentration camp is hiring guards, she sees it as a chance to find her place in the world and provide for her sister Lise. But soon she learns the reality of her duties, and so too does she learn how to justify her crimes, heading further and further down the dark road laid by the Third Reich. Kind-hearted Lise is shocked at what her sister becomes, and though the two drift apart, their fates remain inextricably and dangerously linked. A powerful drama about the choices that allow evil to become ordinary.

Performances: November 17 at 7:00pm and Novemver 18 at 2:00pm & 7:00pm



Written by Kendall Uyeji
Directed by Steven Sterne
A clever talking monkey, a 1-inch tall Samurai, a lazy Peach Boy, a Demon King and a Princess who Does Not Wish to Marry tell their stories in rapidfire, overlapping scenes in this funny, action-packed selection of traditional Japanese tales. Talking crabs and swarming Oni! People from the Moon! Adapted by Seattle playwright Kendall Uyeji, directed by longtime Seattle Public Theater teaching artist (and Seattle actor and director) Steven Sterne.

Saturday, November 18th, 2017 @ 12pm
Sunday, November 19th, 2017 @ 12pm