NOW BOOKING for 2017-2018!!
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- Anansi |
- Rhymes, Reason & Rascals |
- Literacy Day |
- Flash Literacy |
- Minstrel Series |
- Creative Resource
- The Show Must Go On |
- The Jupiter Rebellion |
- The Call Went Out |
- Letters Home
Anansi’s Gift of Stories
ANANSI is a favourite character in stories from west Africa, the Caribbean, and the southern United States. He is sometimes a tiny spider and sometimes a skinny old man, but he is always involved in fun and adventures. Read more…
For ages 5-12. (50 minutes)
NEW for 2016-17!
Rhymes, Reason & Rascals
RHYMES, REASON & RASCALS draws from many cultures and uses the archetype of the wise one to solve problems in unexpected ways and to discover what is truly valuable. Read more…
(50 minutes) For ages 5 to 12.
NEW! Host a Literacy Day at your school.
Is your school focusing on literacy this year? Need an antidote to technology? Story Theatre will have your entire school buzzing with this FULL-DAY OF LITERACY related activities. Read more…
Suitable for grades K-7.
A wonderful workshop that is complementary to our storytelling shows.
There is a knock at the classroom door, and SURPRISE…three actors enter the classroom, present a quick story and demonstrate how to play some Interactive word games. The class is then divided into three groups and each actor works with a group on the storytelling games explaining some of the ‘best ways’ to make them work. Read more…
(20 - 30 minutes)
Stories of BC
Storytelling mixes with music in this very special series. OUR TROUBADOURS unite magical storytelling with song in these presentations.
New for December 2016, Story Theatre is excited to premiere The Magical Christmas of Old Mrs. James featuring Colleen Eccleston. This 30 minute presentation mixes story-telling and music in a theatrical presentation that is sure to delight young and old. Read more…
For all ages, 30 minutes–but can be longer with other folk songs and stories.
New Limited Availability Offer for 2016
The Show Must Go On
Entertaining children. How tough can it be? THE SHOW MUST GO ON is a solo adventure like no other. Jeff Leard, who toured for several years to elementary schools, has put together an extravaganza of events that happened to him as a young performer “on the road”.
This show has been touring the Canadian Fringe circuit for the past two years to rave reviews, was invited to be the entertainment for Artstarts in the Schools in 2014, and most recently has been invited to the Spring Works Festival in Stratford, Ontario.
This show is available in a 60-minute version or a 90-minute two act version. Workshops on solo productions and discussions on traveling the Canadian Fringe circuit are also available.
For High Schools. BOOK NOW!
The Jupiter Rebellion
An unlikely hero, a plucky best friend, cool special effects, a villainous boss, a space duel, and even a sultry love interest! The show provides all the excitement of a big budget science fiction action movie performed live by one man armed with little else than his body, his voice, and a whole lot of energy.
“Five Stars. A one-man whirlwind of a show.” —Edmonton Sun
THE CALL WENT OUT
Join us on this theatrical journey back to the early years of the First World War. The production uses actual letters written by soldiers, music of the era, and archival material from the Royal British Columbia Museum. Stay after the show for a short talkback session.
THIS IS A FREE, FAMILY FRIENDLY EVENT. Includes exhibit of artifacts from the Royal BC Museum!
Cities and dates TBA. Stay Tuned!
This project is funded [in part] by the Government of Canada. Ce projet est financé [en partie] par le gouvernement du Canada.
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Story Theatre is a non-profit society and a federally registered charity. Registered Charitable Number 89892 8296 RR0001. Donations are an integral part of our ability to operate and help us to keep tour costs affordable to schools across the country. Please consider a tax-deductible donation either directly through Story Theatre or through CanadaHelps.Org.
We acknowledge the financial assistance of the Province of British Columbia.
Stewart Fund, held at Vancouver Foundation
Story Theatre Company is a proud member of the Storytellers of Canada.