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Book-It All Over’s 2009-2010
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For the past 12 years, Book-It All Over – the education arm of Book-It Repertory Theatre — has been touring adaptations of literature for young people exclusively to libraries, community centers, and schools all over the Pacific Northwest. Patrons who have seen the shows have been clamoring for more, so BIAO has opened these exclusive touring shows to the general public with one Target Family Fun Day for each show.

Each Target Family Fun Day is FREE and features an all-ages book fair and performance with crafts and workshops relating to each show. It’s a fun, interactive and engaging morning for the whole family.

Doors open at 10:30 a.m. for crafts and book-fair, performances begin at 11:00 and run 25-35 minutes, and are followed by workshops. Target Family Fun Day is held in the Center House Theatre at Seattle Center.
Book-It All Over’s 2009-10 Target Family Fun Series is is made possible by
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and presented in partnership with PageAhead

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Thanks to Target and Bank of America, tickets for these events are FREE!
To get your free tickets, follow the RESERVE TICKETS link to the show of your choice, and enter the code you see below (or give it to our box office rep by phone) when prompted for a “pass code”. You must enter all information fully to receive your tickets. Limit four tickets per household. We understand that schedules change–sometimes at the last moment. In light of that, please note these free performances are overbooked to ensure maximum capacity, allowing all who wish to see the performance the opportunity. Seating is general admission, first come, first seated; we ask that you arrive early to the performance to check in.

Trickster Tales by Gerald McDermott
September 26, 2009 * Free Ticket Code: trickster
Raven, Coyote, and Jabuti the Tortoise—three tricksters from Gerald McDermott’s award-winning folk tales—bestow gifts and get into trouble as they explore the earth and the heavens.Based on Raven: A Trickster Tale from the Pacific Northwest, Coyote: A Trickster Tale from the American Southwest and Jabuti the Tortoise, A Trickster Tale from the Amazon. Grades K-6. RESERVE TICKETS NOW More Show Info…

Additional special offer:
for an even more special family experience, after the show, take your ticket stub to The Children’s Museum (next door to the Center House Theatre) and receive $1 off your admission.

Catching the Moon by Crystal Hubbard
February 20, 2010 * Free Ticket Code: moon
Based on the true story of Marcenia Lyle who loves nothing more than baseball. She overcomes unbeatable odds to become the first woman to play for an all-male baseball team. Grades K-8. RESERVE TICKETS NOW More Show Info…

Johnny Appleseed: A Tall Tale Retold by Steven Kellogg
June 12, 2010 * Free Ticket Code: apples
The true story of a hero who brings apples and hope to the early settlers of America, and recounts the exaggerated stories that grow out of his extraordinary experiences. Grades K-8. RESERVE TICKETS NOW More Show Info…

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