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- A family four-pack of tickets to the perfect musical event for the holidays, James and the Giant Peach at Seattle Children's Theatre
- Plus, your family will also be treated to a delicious dinner for four at The Melting Pot!
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Roald Dahl’s James and the Giant Peach
Words and Music by Tony-nominated lyricists Justin Paul and Benj Pasek
Book by Timothy Allen McDonald
November 21, 2013 - January 12, 2014
Tickets at www.sct.org
When James is sent by his conniving aunts to chop down their old fruit tree, he discovers a magic potion which results in a tremendous peach – and launches a journey of enormous proportions. Suddenly James finds himself in the center of the gigantic peach among human-sized insects with equally oversized personalities, but after it falls from the tree and rolls into the ocean, the group faces hunger, sharks and plenty of disagreements. Thanks to James' quick wit and creative thinking, the residents learn to live and work together as a family. The dangerous voyage is a success, but the adventure takes a whole new twist once they land on the Empire State Building.
Seattle Children's Theatre (SCT) is one of the most prominent theatres for young audiences and among the top 20 regional theatres in the country. Our programs empower young people to make new discoveries about themselves and the world around them while building a lifelong interest in the arts.
Since its inception, Seattle Children's Theatre has strived to provide innovative artistic programming and professional theatre for the young people and families of the Puget Sound region. SCT moved into the 482-seat Charlotte Martin Theatre in 1993, the 275-seat Eve Alvord Theatre in 1995, and completed the Allen Family Technical Pavilion, which consists of the paint, costume, prop, and scene shops as well as rehearsal and classroom spaces, in 2000. This state-of-the-art facility was the first self-contained theatre complex built for young audiences in the nation, and has since been used as a model for other theatres.