The joy of entertainment and education

 
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With over 32 years experience working in the school system we understand the challenges of delivering quality arts education.  Our Artists in School Residency programs use the joy of theatre making to support cross-curriculum learning outcomes. With imaginative exploration of any content, students build their creativity, critical thinking, risk taking and collaborative skills.

Now booking for the 2019/20 school year!

 
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Created by the Artists of Making Treaty 7

Co-production with Making Treaty 7 Cultural Society

Two girls, one Indigenous and the other non-Indigenous, notice their differences and wonder if they can be friends. A Trickster arrives and shares the ancestral history of Southern Alberta. After hearing the Trickster’s story, will they chose to pursue a path of friendship?

Told with Indigenous and non-Indigenous artists through songs, prayers, creative movement, and puppetry, the plays intent is to promote healing and to inspire positive relationships across cultures and generations.

Please note: For future tours of this production, this show currently has a waitlist. To be added to our waitlist please click the link below.

WATCH OUR "WE ARE ALL TREATY PEOPLE" VIDEO BELOW!


Preschool Field Trips

Our preschool-age programming makes for a great first field trips for toddlers and preschoolers.

Flibbertigibbet’s Story Exhibit

designed for ages 3-7

An extravaganza of songs, stories, and games with a light and shadow finale makes this exhibit perfect for little people aged 3 – 7 and their caregivers. This interactive delight is sure to skyrocket little people’s imaginations, rhythm boxes, wonder wheels, giggle nooks, and funny bones.


ADDITIONAL/INTERNAL FORMS