Shows & Workshops
Our shows are about 45 minutes long, plus an optional question period.
Email us, call us at 613 824-5972, or fill out our form to get started. We'll want to know who your audience is, how many you expect will attend, and when you'd like us to come.
In Eastern Ontario you can also contact MASC.
Most of our shows are suitable for grades K–6 (ages 4-11), with an audience maximum of 250. The Tempest suits K–8.
Felicity Falls and Owl at Home are best for grades K-3 (age 4 to 8). The audience maximum for Owl at Home is 200, and for Felicity Falls it's 125.
Or, for school bookings please contact MASC at 613-725-9119 or visit www.masconline.ca
One performance: $565 + HST, Two performances: same school in one day: $790 + HST. except Felicity Falls: 2 performance: $565 + HST
Contact us directly.
Montreal fees are $665 a show, or $950 for 2 shows + HST , except Felicity Falls, which is $665 for two shows + HST.
A letter of agreement and invoice will be sent to you shortly after the booking is settled. We'll also send you our study guide, and an info sheet telling you all the details of our visit. We'll call a day or two before the presentation to confirm everything. Payment is due on the day of the performance.
We'll arrive about 60 minutes before the presentation. We usually like the children to sit on the floor, with some chairs arranged around the sides for adults to sit on.
Most of our shows have a recommended audience maximum of 250, but the audience maximum for Owl at Home is 200, and for Felicity Falls it's 125.
Our shows are suitable for family audiences with children 4 and up. Younger children usually enjoy them too, but parents should be prepared to take them out if they become too restless.
Fees are negotiated individually.
You can contact us directly.
A letter of agreement and invoice will be sent to you shortly after the booking is settled. We'll also send you an info sheet telling you all the details of our visit. We'll call a day or two before the presentation to confirm everything. Payment is due on the day of the performance.
We'll arrive about 90 minutes before the presentation. If we are performing in a room without fixed seating, we usually like the children to sit on the floor, with some chairs arranged around the sides for adults to sit on.
You can browse through our photos here (opens in a new window).
The mysterious and thrilling adventures of Maria and Zoom the cat, who follow clues across the globe to find his seafaring uncle, Captain Roy. From the Zoom books by Tim Wynne-Jones.See details
This show celebrates the rich tradition of early French Canadian stories, songs, myths, and legends through the exciting lives of Tante Rose, Jean-March and René. In English with a few French words.See details
In ancient China, a little bird teaches the great Emperor the value of simple things and friendship. Gorgeous puppets, haunting music and unforgettable characters (like the Chief Counselor who only says "P!").See details
Tottie is a loving little wooden doll who lives with her family in a shoebox, but they long for a proper home. To their delight, their wish comes true when they get a Victorian dolls’ house. But there's a new doll too: Marchpane. She's a beautiful doll, and she always gets her own way . . . from Rumer Godden's storySee details
Whether he's inviting Winter to sit by the fire or finding strange bumps in his bedroom, Owl is a hoot! Five irresistible stories from Arnold Lobel’s award winning book. Especially for primaries.See details
A grandfather’s unlikely expedition to the North Pole with his luggage in a golf trolley and his opinionated dog, Roo. Includes video footage of gorgeous Arctic landscapes, northern lights and adorable real animals. From Harry Horse's book.See details
When Allashua ignores her parents’ warning not to fish in the Arctic sea ice, she meets terrifying (and hilarious) Qallupilluit monsters. Will she find a way to keep her promise? From the book by Robert Munsch & Michael Kusugak.See details
In an animal village, one little rabbit can’t sleep, another one loses a teddy bear, and others see a hot air balloon that changes everything. Gentle funny stories about families, told with stuffed animal toy puppets. Especially for primaries.See details
Shy Mole, kind Rat, and boisterous Toad (who drives too fast!) stand up to bullies, rescue a baby otter, and learn to hear the wind whisper in the willows, all along the river. From the book by Kenneth Grahame.See details
Snippets is a flexible series of staged readings of Canadian books. We invite special guests – artists, community leaders, librarians or local celebrities - to join us and help read some wonderful Canadian stories while we bring the words to life with snippets of puppetry, masks, acting, music, and audience participation.See details
A child-friendly version of Shakespeare’s magical masterpiece. Shipwrecked sailors discover an enchanted island, a wizard, his daughter, fairies and a monster—and learn about love and forgiveness. "We are such stuff as dreams are made on."See details
A moosical history of the world from the point of view of the cow, from creation to the 24th century. Life, nature, Canada, the planet, and cows. Light-hearted and fun for the youngest students, with lots of lively music, humour and content for the older ones.See details
Students work in small groups to create dramas based on games and poems, puppets made from scraps of wood, or colourful masks. Each group presents their work to the class.See details
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.
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