Zookeeper Ed learns important lessons about animal (and human) rights in this delightful, poetic musical for kids. Sheree Fitch’s poems, brilliantly told through the eyes of animals, are based on the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child. A play filled with giggles and heart!
A tiny troupe and an epic story. What could go wrong?
The film features 200 camels, 2,500 horses and over 10,000 extras. This hilarious adaption of the vengeful saga includes the same grandiose scenes and heroic characters, but only four determined actors ready to take on the might of the Roman empire. They navigate through palaces, galley ships, and the Coliseum, while an onstage romance threatens to topple everything. Ben Hur is a gigantic task for these brave actors, and they promise to do their very, very best.
This family musical tells the poignant and funny story of a freckle-faced, red-haired orphan named Anne Shirley who arrives at the Bright River Railway Station full of hope for a new life. Her destination is the home of brother and sister Matthew and Marilla Cuthbert in Avonlea, Prince Edward Island. When she arrives at Green Gables, Anne is devastated when she discovers that the elderly couple is expecting a boy from the orphanage…and then ecstatic when they decide to keep her. With her fiery temper, love of melodrama and romance, and penchant for misadventure, she brings laughter, love, and more than a little consternation to the Cuthbert’s quiet lives. In return, Anne finds the happiness and the home she has longed for all her life.
BOY vs FLY, What could possibly go wrong? Dean Bean disrupts his class chasing a fly, trying to be just like his Dad. His impulsive nature gets him into trouble. Adapted from the book BOY versus FLY, this charming comedy will delight audiences of all ages. Dean’s antics will entertain while teaching us a heartfelt lesson about owning up to your mistakes. Suitable for ages 4-UP.
Philip and Lucinda, dinosaur explorers extraordinaire, set out to understand the Paleozoic Era with song, dance and acrobatics. Philip and Lucinda may be “dino explorers” but they soon discover that their audience is filled with “dino experts” in this pre-historic adventure for the whole family. An acrobatic comedy with a whole lot of silly that leaves you saying : This show is Dino-mite! This show is suitable for ages 2-10 and anyone who loves Dinosaurs.
A play about the Canadian Rite of Passage: tree planting.
The audience will be brought into the world of tree planters: sore feet, extreme dehydration, being amongst “regular civilization” on day-off and the rookie stare.
Join us as we plunge into the depths of questioning everything, wondering about humanity and spending ten hours in wet boots, all while going into survival mode just to get through the day.
We promise you will come out the other end, a little worse for wear, but more alive. This will be the best worst experience of your life.
Mercury’s going retrograde again and we are dreading it! On July 7, 2019, — right smack in the middle of the festival — the planet of organization and communication goes backwards opening us all up to slip ups, confusion, and sticky situations. LOL! Have you ever tried putting up a play during a time when everything’s meant to go wrong? Ever wanted to see a show about Mercury going retrograde right as Mercury goes retrograde? Hate astrology, but interested in paying to see a show about it anyway? Then my, stars, do we have a show for you!
I can’t explain the feeling’s plain to me, say can’t you see… A medley of live music and movement to share our stories of infatuation, romance, family, and friendship. A soundtrack to fall in love to; and maybe you’re not listening alone.
Meet the Spice Girls of Comedy with a Filipina Twist. They sing, they dance, and they’re going to make you snort-laugh halo-halo through your nose! Join the Toronto SketchFest 2019 Producers’ Pick winners, the Tita Collective, for a musical sketch comedy spectacle to remember. TITA POWER!
All Gremlins, including you, are invited to a meeting of gremlins. The child we have to scare is asleep all the time. It’s hard to be spooky when they don’t want to be awake. We need your help! What is a Gremlin to do?! Please meet in Hazel’s bedroom. There is lots of room but only one closet to hide in. We promise there’s no spooking at the meeting and we will have Gremlin Pizza. For Ages 6-12.
*Note: Gremlins do not know what Pizza is.