Showing December 13th - January 11th

Beauty and the Beast

The Fremont Players and the Fremont Philharmonic Orchestra return to Hale's Palladium with a brand new British Panto.

Beauty and the Beast

Fremont Players work their magic on this classic tale. The lovely Belle must save her family from ruin and defeat the nefarious Lord Malice, but how? Meet her outrageous sisters, her well-meaning father, and her charming aunt as they face the cursed and frightening Beast. Complete with sparkling fairies, a magic horse and all your favorite Panto surprises, Beauty & the Beast is sure to entertain audiences both young and old.

Experience the best British Panto this side of the Pond. This year’s Panto is once again full of large, colorful characters, original songs, plenty of audience participation, and swashbuckling fun for the whole family! You'll be encouraged to boo at the villain, cheer for the hero, and sing along with whole cast.

A holiday tradition not to be missed! Stop by Hale's Palladium, grab a drink and some food, and enter the raucous world of Panto!

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See what people are saying about us!

The Seattle Times:

"A crazy farce that encourages noisy crowd involvement..."
"The low-cost show is a full experience that captivates youngsters and draws wolf-whistles, catcalls, cheers and hisses from adults."

Seattle Child:

"Original songs, a sprinkling of slapstick, witty dialogue, and a few wink-wink jokes for the adults that went sailing over the heads of youngsters..."
"Truly an all-ages show. I'd be hard-pressed to decide if it was a show for kids that also appeals to adults, or the other way around."

Parent Map:

"The quirky, cobbled-together costumes and hand-painted set are a perfect match for the open beams and rustic appeal of Hale's Palladium."
"What you might not envision is... a magical cow, a wicked fairy godmother named Formica, a mustached good fairy godmother (tutu clad, of course) and a glittery talking vegetable sidekick."

Culture Mob:

"In the Panto tradition, the performance is equal parts slapstick humor for the kids and witty inuendo for the adults."
"Big and boisterous with enough humor to thaw even Seattle's notoriously passive audiences."

Seattle Weekly:

"How often in life will you get rewarded for vociferously booing, cheering, advising, and contradicting characters?"
"Bright, sparkly costumes and swells of music..."

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