Quest Theatre creates smart, whimsical and visually stunning theatre that will engage young people and their families.
Created by Puente Theatre and The Old Trout Puppet Workshop with Artistic Contributions from Nikki Loach. Performed in English or French
Still looking for a show to bring to your school this Spring? We have announced limited dates to book The Umbrella/Le Parapluie March 14-17, 2017. It's a love story about a man and his umbrella set in a theatrical-storm contraption, complete with thunder sheet, wind machine, and rainspout.
Touring Schools and Festivals March 11-18, 2017
Casteliers Festival - March 11&12th, 2017 - Paul-Gerin-Lajoie d’Outremont Auditorium - Montreal
Festival of Animated Objects - March 18th, 2017 - The Engineered Air Theatre - Calgary
Created by the Artists of Making Treaty 7
Co-production with Making Treaty 7 Cultural Society
Together, Indigenous and non-Indigenous artists tell the story the shared history of our land. With a special emphasis on healing, this full-day of theatrical adventures included; a play for grades 4-6, a light and shadow show for grades 1-3, a song for Kindergarten and a Round Dance for all.
Grades K - 6
Touring Schools: April 3 - May 4, 2018
By Suzanne Lebeau, Translated by John Van Burek
In partnership with Théâtre à Pic.
Performed in French or English
In this enchanting play Élise and Léo, whose lives are dictated by the sand in an hourglass, have come to fear the outside world. One day their flying shoes escape out the front door and they are forced to venture into the unknown. Grades K – 8.
Touring Schools: Oct 9 – Nov 18, 2016
An original Quest Theatre Production created by Nikki Loach with artistic contributions by Peter Balkwill and development support provided by Young People’s Theatre, Toronto, Canada
SNOW ANGEL is a story about the ripple effect of kindness set in a Canadian community during winter. It is a story told with movement, using masks and music. This story is told without words and is accessible to children of all backgrounds. Snow Angel confirms the benefit of living in a community and how kind acts can have a positive effect on all of us. This play is appropriate for families with children ages 5 and up and has a running time of approximately 55 minutes.