|Stellaluna (Seattle Children's Theatre)|
Currently playing at the Seattle Children’s Theatre is the play Stellaluna based on the book by Janell Cannon. Nocturnal adventure awaits in Stellaluna, a luminous adaptation from the internationally-renowned artists at Speeltheater Holland, of the beautiful picture-book classic about a baby fruit bat. When Stellaluna is separated from Mother Bat in the forest, she is adopted by a family of birds who teach her their boisterous, baby bird ways. Young audiences will delight in the music, artistic puppetry, and dance, empathizing with Stellaluna as she swoops and crashes through the forest trying to be just like her feathered friends.
Themes of friendship, self-discovery, celebrating differences, and trying new things will entertain all ages, and flip your world upside-down.
Stellaluna plays though January 15, 2017 at the Seattle Children’s Theatre located at 201 Thomas St. in Seattle 98109. (It’s right next door to the Pacific Science Center at the Seattle Center. The play is about 60 minutes in length with no intermission. It is recommended for children age 3 and up. Tickets range from $22-$40 depending on the performance time. Tickets can be purchased online or by calling (206) 441-3322.