“Today, vegetables. Tomorrow, the world!” When all of the vegetables in the house start turning white, Harold the Dog and Chester the Cat try to alert the Monroe family to the possibility that the bunny they brought home from the movie house (where they saw Dracula) might actually be a vampire bunny! This spirited musical tale of mystery will thrill children and animals alike with something they can really sink their teeth into.
Recommended for First Grade and up.
Children under the age of 3 (including sleeping babies) are not allowed in the theater.
Calling all Bunnicula families! We are hosting a food drive for the pantry at the Adele and Ber Pieper Family Place of The Women's Home. This remarkable 84 unit apartment complex provides permanent supportive housing for formerly homeless families. So bring your canned vegetables (of course!
it's Bunnicula!) when you come to the show, and we'll transport them to the families in need. Thank you for your generosity!
Originally commissioned by Seattle Children’s Theatre Seattle, WA. Produced by special arrangement with Plays for Young Audiences. A Partnership of Seattle Children’s Theatre and Children’s Theatre Company – Minneapolis.
Generously sponsored by
Special thanks to our media sponsor, Houston Family Magazine,
for its generous support of this production.