Wednesday, March 29, 2017

‘Fire Station 7’ is Going to the…Cats?

Information about "Fire Station 7" at Seattle Children's Theatre.
(Seattle Children's Theatre)

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The new musical comedy for kids, Fire Station 7, will be performed at the Seattle Children’s Theatre from April 13 through May 21, 2017. This play not only entertains, but also shares the seven rules of fire safety in a fun, rock n’ roll type of performance geared for children ages 4 and up. The play was written by Vincent Delaney and directed by Linda Hartzell.

“When the firefighting team at Fire Station 7 discovers a frisky alley cat named Coco hiding in their truck, they waste no time in giving her the boot. But Coco’s biggest dream is to be a fire cat, and she begs Jasper, Briggs, and Olive to let her stay. They finally allow her one shot at the job, and Coco is delighted. But being a fire cat turns out to be much harder than she thought. Still, Coco never gives up, determined to learn everything about fire safety, help in emergencies, and pass her exam.”

Presented in the Eve Alvord Theatre, performances will be available at a variety of days and times including an ASL Interpreted performance presented on May 6 at 2:00 p.m. and a sensory friendly performance presented on May 7 at 11:00 a.m. For complete list of performances, visit the Seattle Children’s Theatre website. Tickets can be purchased online or by calling (206) 441-3322.

The Seattle Children’s Theatre is located at the Seattle Center at 201 Thomas Street, 98109.