2008-09 Season

Bluenose

Bluenose
Bluenose is a rollicking pirate story with quick and witty banter, fantastic physical comedy, and a lovely story of tolerance and acceptance. Three red-nosed pirates stumble across a blue-nosed girl fishing in the water around their boat. Being different from them is an unthinkable offense, and they don’t like it! Despite their bumbling, stumbling ways, she teaches them to let go of their prejudices and fears, and they all learn a little bit about themselves along the way.

The Wizard of Oz

The Wizard of Oz
Journey to the other side of the rainbow in this beloved classic tale of a girl searching for her way back home. With all your favorite songs, a perfect holiday treat for the whole family!

Tomas and the Library Lady

Tomas and the Library Lady
Unable to read English, Tomás, a migrant boy, is terrified of school. When his family heads North for the harvest, he finds a refuge that may help ease his fears—the library. The compassionate Library Lady introduces Tomás to the fun and magic found in the pages of a good book.

Pharaoh Serket and the Lost Stone of Fire

Pharaoh Serket and the Lost Stone of Fire
A world premiere original adventure written by John Olive on commission from SCT. The mysterious Zalira and sneeze-afflicted palace scribe, Bakneb, must aid the young and spoiled Pharaoh Serket if he is to escape death at the hands of his ever-present enemies. Together they journey deep into the desert to find the Lost Stone of Fire, a gem so mystical it is believed to grant its owner immortality. However, Serket’s quest brings him a treasure even greater.

A Tale of Two Cities

A Tale of Two Cities
A Tale of Two Cities is a familiar tale to many. In 1778, France is on the brink of revolution. The people are desperate, ready to break and seek justice where they may. They strive to find a unifying identity, something that will gird them against the cruelty of the noble class until the moment of their uprising. Families become embroiled in battles for vengeance, and one man’s act of self-sacrifice reminds us all what true nobility and true liberty really mean.

Goodnight Moon

Goodnight Moon
Bunny’s imagination is a wondrous place when he must say his goodnights. A place where toys come to life and pictures are filled with real, talking, breathing people. After all the pandemonium of getting ready for bed, Bunny finally closes his eyes and drifts off to sleep.

I Was a Rat!

I Was a Rat!
In a similar vein as Wicked or The Ugly Stepsister, I Was a Rat!


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