“ This isn’t a kid’s show. It’s a people show. All human beings are invited and ought to attend as soon as possible.” 
- The Toronto Star

In The Playhouse

Soulpepper Theatre | Toronto, ON

ALLIGATOR PIE, an original Soulpepper production, brings the celebrated children’s poems of Canada’s Father Goose, Dennis Lee, to vibrant theatrical life. Soulpepper’s ensemble fills the stage with music, invention and Lee’s delicious imagination.

Run time: 60 minutes

Recommended for Ages 3+

“Moving and insightful but also full of humour and warmth.”
- The Stage

In The Studio

caroline horton & china plate theatre | birmingham, uk

Josephine is putting on a play - Boris and Sistahl help.  It’s about anorexia.  But don’t let that put you off.  Unflinchingly they confront big issues (and extremely tiny ones).  Today they will tackle a particularly thin elephant in the room.  Obsession, addiction and not wanting to get out of bed: a play with songs from 2013 Olivier Award nominated Caroline Horton (You’re Not Like Other Girls Chrissy).

Run time: 70 minutes

Recommended for Ages 13+

“It’s hard not to be over the moon about THE STAR KEEPER, a stunning triumph of  puppetry and imagination sure to enchant children, young and old.” 

- Winnipeg Free Press

In The Playhouse

théarte de l'oeil | montreal, qc

A star falls from the sky and an adventure begins! Follow Pretzel: a funny little worm with a funny little face, as he journeys through a world inhabited by a spider who tap dances in the belly of a man, a mermaid playing hard to get, a temperamental baby and a dignified lady who is very, very old… Universal theatre without words, Théâtre de l’ Oeil returns to Calgary with a beautiful play that has toured the world over. 

Run time:  55 minutes

Recommended for Ages 5+

“…akin to a theatrical Wall-E” 
- The New York Times

In The Playhouse

the last great hunt | perth, western australia

Seas have risen, billions have died.  Alvin Sputnik is our only hope.  He must venture to the bottom of the ocean to find his wife’s lost soul and save humanity.  Direct from sellout seasons in New York, Sydney and Auckland, this multi award-winning piece of heartwarming “theatrical magic” (Sunday Mail) is a one-man micro-epic about enduring love and the end of the world.

Run time:  60 minutes

Recommended for Ages 10+