Beginning each October  actors from Last Leaf travel to schools, libraries, parks, and early learning centers to bring live theater programs to children of all ages. Many of the original adaptations are based on classic fairy tales or folk tales from around the world to encourage literacy.  Some programs are STEAM-based to coordinate with school curriculum.  But all are colorful and entertaining.  We consistently receive great positive comments from kids and adults in the audience as well.

Each season we feature two, 40 - 50 minute, interactive programs followed by a meet and greet with the professional actors. During the summer we add a third alternative program to coordinate with the summer reading theme for libraries across the country.

You can now hear some of our most popular plays for free on the podcast Winking Kat Tales.  Available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, &

Click here to link to the site.

The cast of "Puss 'n Boots" with friends at a children's center south of Seattle.

Outdoor shows for Summer 2022

Join us for our upcoming

"Who Stole the Queen of Hearts' Tarts?"

Wednesday, August 10
 @ 6:30 pm
NW Arts Center in Bellevue

Sunday, August 14 @ 4 pm
Eagle Ridge Park (behind the Senior Center) in Lake Stevens
2302 Soper Hill Rd, Lake Stevens, WA

Saturday, August 20 @ 1:15 & 3:30 pm
Celebrate Shoreline Festival
Cromwell Park
18030 Meridian Avenue N in Shoreline

Children's Programs sponsored in part by:

The Kroeger Charitable Fund


The Anne & Mary Fund of the

Community Foundation of

Snohomish County



is an interactive, original musical for the whole family that takes place in a town where every citizen (number) has a value -except Zero.  Feeling left out, she leaves town just as Crazy Eight arrives to cause mayhem.  Quickly, the town realizes how much they need Zero so they can do some higher math and defeat Eight.



have a mystery on their hands.  Someone has stolen two of

the special strawberry tarts the cook prepared for the Queen's croquet party.  The audience helps Alice and the others piece

together the mystery to find out which of the characters stole

the Queen's favorite tarts.


Upcoming Public Performances 

Due to Covid-19 restrictions we are
only performing outdoors this summer.

As restrictions are lifted and Covid levels fall, we look forward to accepting bookings at schools, libraries, and special events. If you would like to talk with us about booking a performance you can email us at:
or call 425- 426- 4428

Please, check this website for new
We are all working together to make
sure you will be able to enjoy the magic of live theater safely as soon as possible.


The Magic Hat

is an original story developed in conjunction with the Shapiro Foundation for Anti-Racist Education. It follows our hero, Balfour, who has a special hat that can change it's shape to fit into any group. The hat allows Balfour to make friends with different groups of people who have very strange and often untrue ideas about each other.  45 min.

"The Mountain Folk's Song"