Celebrate our 20th year of new plays for kids and families!
3 playwrights from diverse cultural backgrounds will share their newest works in staged readings.
Introduce your children to live theatre through this engaging and gentle first theatre experience. ASL Interpretation provided!
WAITING by Elyne Quan
What happens when time has passed and you return to where you last saw a good friend, hoping to see them again? Filo is about to find out.
BIG EARS by Chris Dodd
Maggie has a really big secret which she likes to keep under her hat: the fact she has enormous ears. Upon moving to a new town and starting a new school, she realizes that keeping her secret from being found out will be a lot harder than she thought. However, Maggie soon discovers what she thought was a disadvantage is actually an advantage thanks to those big ears.
THE GOOD, THE BAD, AND THE BERRY PATCH by Julie Golosky
Last Halloween, a trick was played
Now near a year, as Bertie finds
That nightmare’s back again
But life is both the good and bad
As Elders sure do know
Just take a breath, and look around
Find beauty where you go
All ticket sales will be matched up to 50% by our charity partner Shaw Birdies for Kids presented by AltaLink.
Plays by Chris Dodd, Julie Golosky, and Elyne Quan
Dramaturgy by Tracy Carroll
Directed by Corben Kushneryk
Performed by Aniqa Charania, Josh Travnik, and Kaeley Jade Wiebe
Stage Managed by Yvette Martens
Set & Prop Design by Brian Bast
Costumes Designed by Betty Kolodziej
Sound Design by Dave Clarke
Lighting Design by Heather Cornick
ASL/English Interpretation team: Thurga Kanagasekarampillai, Andrea Konowalek, Jodie Morrison, Brooke Wigmore, Robyn Lavender
Deaf Community Consultant Amorena Bartlett
Publicist Mac Brock
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