201​8-1​9 Theatre for Young Audiences Season

Kid friendly theatre, family friendly prices.

Captivating stories, wonderful performances, colorful sets and costumes—nothing compares to the way live theatre sparks the imagination! SCR's Theatre for Young Audiences series is specifically geared for ages 4 and up, and as a special treat, kids can meet the actors after every show.


NATE THE GREAT
based on the book by Marjorie Sharmat
​all ​rights ​reserved
​book and ​lyrics by John Maclay
​music and ​lyrics by Brett Ryback
​orchestrations and ​arrangements by Brett Ryback
directed by Kari Hayter
November 2-18, 2018

Nate the Great, the world’s greatest kid detective, loves solving mysteries—almost as much as eating pancakes. When Annie’s special painting of her dog, Fang, goes missing, Nate’s on a new case! Did Fang bury it? Is Rosamond, who prefers cats over dogs, up to foul play? Come along as Nate searches for clues and gathers the facts in this clever musical that teaches us to see the world in new ways.

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NAKED MOLE RAT GETS DRESSED: THE ROCK EXPERIENCE
​​​based on the book Naked Mole Rat Gets Dressed by Mo Willems
script and lyrics by Mo Willems
music by Deborah Wicks La Puma
directed by Casey Stangl
February 1-1​7, 201​9

Wilbur is different from all the other Naked Mole Rats. He wears clothes—and he likes it. His friends think it’s ridiculous and needs to stop—that’s just a Naked Mole fact. After all, what will happen when Grand-Pah, the oldest and wisest elder in the colony finds out? Filled with tail-shaking good tunes, this outrageously fun musical proves it’s okay to be yourself. Rock on!

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THE VELVETEEN RABBIT
adapted for the stage by Janet Allard
from the book by Margery Williams
directed by Beth Lopes
May 24 - June 9, 2019

For nearly a century, this beloved classic has captivated and charmed children and adults, alike. Lonely and forgotten, a stuffed rabbit longs to be real. When another toy is lost, he quickly becomes a little boy’s new favorite. As the rabbit’s dapper appearance gets worn and shabby from play, a wonderful change begins to happen. A moving story about the power of love—and a little bit of magic.

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ALL PLAYS SUBJECT TO CHANGE, PENDING RIGHTS.


Photo: ​Louis Pardo and Alex Miller in ​A Year with Frog and Toad. Photo by Debora Robinson.