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Seattle Children's Theatre: Six Plays for Young Audiences Volume I

by Marisa Smith

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Dietz: The Rememberer, Sachar: There's a Boy in the Girl's Bathroom; Sandberg: Anne of Green Gables; York: Afternoon of the Elves; York: The Portrait The Wind The Chair; Zeder: Mother Hicks
  mmckay | Dec 21, 2006 |
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Seattle Children's Theatre is a national leader in the field of theatre for young audiences. Celebrating its 25th year of professional theatre for young and family audiences, SCT has premiered over sixty new plays, and has commissioned and produced plays by nationally recognized playwrights like Constance Congdon, Steven Dietz, Jon Klein, Kevin Kling OyamO, Y York and Suzan Zeder. SCT has also had collaborations with some of Europe's leading theatres for young audiences including Blauw Vier and Speeltheater-Holland. SCT has garnered numerous awards and grants, many of which had never previously been given to a theatre for young audiences including the AT&T Onstage Award, The Kennedy Center Fund for New American Plays Award, The Pew Charitable Trust/Theatre Communications Award, and the Lila Wallace Reader's Digest Award.

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A collection of plays dealing with family, friendship, freedom, and courage.

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