GIVEAWAY: Tickets to Oregon Children’s Theatre’s Magic School Bus

Ms. Frizzle, Wanda, Ralphie, Carlos and the other students at Walkerville Elementary are putting on a play about climate change, and we know what that means…field trip. WAHOO! The Frizz and her class circle the globe, from Antarctica to the equator, learning about global warming. In classic School Bus style, they start with the big picture, then take a closer look at the reasons the world is getting warmer. It’s not all bad news—Ms. Frizzle and kids explore countless easy ways to combat climate change and learn that science is fun when you take chances, make mistakes, and get messy!

After 25 years of scientific adventures, the Magic School Bus has made its first-ever landing in Portland. The Oregon Children’s Theatre has co-commissioned this play with Bay Area Children’s Theatre and will be the only company to produce it outside of the national tour. Projections and photo-realism add to the set design, help deepen concepts, and show the expanse of the globe.

We were there opening weekend! Read our review here!


Drammy Award winning Oregon Children’s Theatre presents The Magic School Bus Live: The Climate Challenge
January 22–February 19, 2012 at the Newmark Theatre, 1111 SW Broadway (Saturdays at 2:00 & 5:00 pm and Sundays at 2:00 pm).
Tickets are $16-$30 for adults and $13-$26 for children.
Box Office: 503-228-9571 or through TicketMaster (503-790-ARTS or
General information:
Recommended for ages 6 & up.

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Tabitha Rhodes

Tabitha Rhodes

I am an explorer at heart - getting out and experiencing all that life has to offer is what I do best. Before I had a family, I traveled, played and explored -- now that I have a family I enjoy doing those things with them. I'm happy to live in a place that let's us do just that.
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  • Nicole Poole

    My son has developed a love for The magic school bus as big as the love I had for it as a kid, he would really enjoy this I’m sure!

  • Anonymous

    This would be a fantastic way to introduce my child to the theater!

  • Tanya Schaefer

    We have to see Frizzie!