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JULY AND OCTOBER - DECEMBER 2019
Tuesday July 9 - Friday August 2 2019
AND Tuesday October 22 - Friday December 6 2019
The famous Russian fable tells the story of a Tsar who promises his kingdom as a reward to the son who can capture the wild and precious Firebird. Prince Ivan struggles with the weight of his quest but successfully walks a difficult path full of adventure and the help of a magical fox. Done in the round, with dance, lots of audience participation and great storytelling, your children will be amused, engaged, entertained and well educated!
FOR AGES 4 - 12
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Talking With My Feet
Renowned dancer Bill Coleman tells stories using movement and sounds made by his FEET! Working with Indigenous writer Lee Maracle on the Salish Flood Story, waves overflowing the Rocky Mountains, animals and people awash together find themselves in a new world. Tap Dancing, sound effects and a beautiful story introduces young audiences to the dance of life.
AVAILABLE OCTOBER 7 - 20 2019 ********* SUITABLE FOR K - 6
GOLDILOCKS AND THE THREE CANADIAN BEARS
TOURING IN JANUARY 2020
The tale of Goldilocks is about the surprising discoveries that curiosity brings. The strikingly simple plot lines and rich fairy tale flavour allows us to create a colourful pallet of folk music from the Ottawa Valley with a contemporary script combined with some very silly and witty kid storytelling. Welcome to the world of a confused narrator, a perky girl and three really cute, environmentally concerned Canadian bears. Goldilock’s curiosity never fails to charm! Suitable for JK - 3
Goldilocks (2011) with Stevie Thomas and Baby Bear (made by Naomi Kates)
COMING TO SCHOOLS
IN APRIL 2020
TOURING APRIL 1 - MAY 31 2020
Pinocchio is an epic hero and a wooden animated marionette. Basically good, he often gets carried away by bad company and his nose gets longer and longer when he lies. He often finds himself in troubling and ridiculous situations and undergoes many small transformations during his journey towards becoming a boy. He promises the Blue Fairy to go to school, then flees with Candlewick to the Land of Toys, becoming a donkey and joining a circus. The fairy, the cricket and his father continually question Pinocchio’s desire for fun, his lack of moral fibre and his persistent rejection of responsibility. Finally he escapes The Terrible Dogfish with Geppetto in tow, whom he has rescued, the Blue Fairy sees that Pinocchio has changed and makes him a real boy. Suitable for K - 4 OFFERED IN FRENCH, ENGLISH AND BILINGUAL
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PERFORMANCES ARE 45 MINUTES LONG FOLLOWED BY A 10 MINUTE Q & A