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Book-It Repertory Theatre

A Story About Transformation

Our Arts and Education program kicked off its touring season in late September with Ada’s Violin: The Story of the Recycled Orchestra of Paraguay by Susan Hood. Adapted and directed by Book-It Director of Education Annie DiMartino with Angelica Duncan-Basile, Jordi Montes, and Carlos Wagener-Sobrero, Ada’s Violin is an extraordinary true tale of the Recycled Orchestra of Paraguay. Ada Ríos […]

A Special Message From All of Us

The Book-It Board of Directors and the entire staff urge you to consider voting YES on Prop 1 to give all residents, especially under-served communities, much greater access to our outstanding local arts, science, and heritage education programs. Your ballot for King County’s August 2017 primary should have arrived in your mailbox. You’re probably aware […]

MOLIÈRE’S WAGON, OR: TAKE THE SHOW ON THE ROAD

Many of you come to Book-It in the evening or on a Sunday afternoon to see great works of literature produced on stage, but did you know that tens of thousands of kids see great works of children’s literature brought to life in their school gymnasiums, auditoriums, and libraries? Book-It’s Arts & Education school touring […]

From Intern to Employee

In honor of Book-It’s Arts & Education Program, which we will be celebrating at our annual Bringing Books to Life Luncheon on October 28, we are sharing stories about how arts education changes lives. And where better to start than our own staff? We asked Development Associate Ian Stewart to share how his participation in […]