Shows & Workshops

Rag & Bone presents intimate & innovative theatre experiences—to spark creativity, literacy, & laughter. Get in touch to see what we can do together.
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Shows for Schools & Groups

Shows for schools or groups
We offer shows for schools or groups, live or online.
Online shows include a recorded version for preview or follow up.
Details here.

Kathy and puppets in puppet bed



Child with bowler hat
Workshops, classes & Shakespeare Camp
Drama and puppetry workshops—both in person and online. Our online tutorials you can be viewed at your convenience and combined with an online live Q & A session for your class.
Details here.
Summer Shakespeare Camp for youth, at the Billings Estate Museum.
Special interest puppetry classes offered through the Toronto School of Puppetry


Join our mailing list for family performances of shows like Snippets.
Two Mice


Miss Maple Mysteries Podcast

Mysteries in suburban Orléans, Ontario

Listen here, or from your podcast source.

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Miss Maple on the boardwalk
An Elderly Lady is Up to No Good

Coming soon:

A 40-minute interactive video presentation about 88-year-old Maud, who pretends to be vague and helpless, but is in fact a cold-hearted killer—or is she?
Details here.


Fabulous puppets. Performers were perfect! Music was hauntingly beautiful…Don’t change a thing. It was perfect! The experience had an impact on my class.

—Palmerston P.S

Wow! What an amazing show. I love the use of language & careful attention to the character development - very much like the stories!! The musical accompaniment, use of puppets, beautiful props & set design are brilliant. This production was very accessible for children. Thanks for your efforts. You are a very talented team!

—Grade 2-3 teacher

The staff and students were ecstatic about the play.

—Brother André School

To be able to present a performance that engages students from JK to Grade 6 all through the performance and yet with a content that uses more advanced literary contents is very impressive.

—Woodroffe Avenue Elementary School


Rag and Bone resides on un-ceded Anishinabe Algonquin territory. Their culture and presence have nurtured and continue to nurture this land. We honour all First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples and their valuable past and present contributions to this land.

Ontario Arts Council
Canada Council
City of Ottawa