Truth Like the Sun
by Jim Lynch

April 22 – May 18, 2014
Adapted by Jane Jones and Kevin McKeon
Directed by Jane Jones

Book-It is thrilled to produce its third of Jim Lynch’s three novels this season. Set alternately in 1962 and 39 years later in the shadow of the Space Needle, Lynch shines light on the extraordinary events that put Seattle on the map. “…With the keen eye of the journalist he was and the nimbleness of the novelist he has become, Jim Lynch provides a thought-provoking fictional portrait of a city on the make and its somewhat tarnished tribe of civic strivers.” —Ivan Doig, author of The Whistling Season and Prairie Nocturne

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The Phantom Tollbooth
by Norton Juster

Saturday, May 3, 2014
Travel with Milo, a boy who thinks seeking knowledge is a waste of time. The discovery of the Phantom Tollbooth leads him on an adventure to The Lands Beyond where he meets the Lethargarians, the Whether Man, and the Count of Connotation. At the end of his journey, Milo realizes that there “are worlds to imagine and someday make real,” and that even in his room, “everything looks new and worth trying.”

A Family Fun Day performance with theme-related crafts, performance, and imagination-inspiring workshop.

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The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay
by Michael Chabon

June 7 – July 13, 2014
Abridged by Jeff Schwager
Directed by Myra Platt

In 1939, Joe Kavalier smuggles himself, Houdini-style, out of Nazi-occupied Prague and lands in New York to live with his cousin, Sammy Clay. The story that follows sweeps through WWII and on through the middle of the 20th century. “Chabon is a genius—there is no other way to describe his ability to blend Hitler, comic books, brotherhood, first love, fame and the pitfalls of celebrity, Brooklyn Jewish home life, the European struggle against the Third Reich, America's growing prosperity, and good-looking women who use their smarts and their curves to get ahead in the world together in such a cohesive, complete story.”—Jana Siciliano, br>
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