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2020/21 Season Information

MTYP is pleased to present Plé (a production of the Plé Collective) for select dates between March 12 and 21, followed by The Snail and the Whale (an MTYP and Tall Stories of London production) from April 23 to May 2.

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These offerings for our 20201/21 season are provided with the hope and assumption that performance venues may be opened during their runs.  Seating will be restricted to limit capacity and seats are assigned in a manner that complies with those guidelines, including physical distancing considerations.  Should any additional changes to our plans be required due to provincial regulations in place at the time of performances, all ticket buyers will be contacted directly.

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Plé

PLÉ

Co-created by Shannon Guile, Joanna Hawkins, Laura Lussier and Andraea Sartison

March 12-21, 2021World Premiere • A Production of the Plé Collective • Ages 5 -12

March 12, 2021 Fri. 7 pm
March 14, 2021 Sun, 1 pm
March 14, 2021 Sun, 4 pm
March 20, 2021 Sat, 4 pm (Relaxed Performance)
March 21, 2021 Sun, 1 pm
March 21, 2021, Sun, 4 pm

 

How do you make yourself understood? Plé explores the idea of how language makes us different and how it makes us the same. Performed in English, French and American Sign Language, this show is full of fun facts, comedy, music and spectacular visuals. You’ll also learn 100 salutations in 100 languages in 100 seconds as we bust some myths about Deaf people along the way.

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The Snail and the Whale

THE SNAIL AND THE WHALE

April 23–May 2, 2021 • An MTYP Production in association with Tall Stories (UK) • Ages 3-7

April 23, 2021 Fri. 7 pm
April 24, 2021 Sat. 1 pm
April 24, 2021 Sat. 4 pm
April 25, 2021 Sun. 1 pm
April 25, 2021 Sun. 4 pm
May 1, 2021 Sat. 1 pm (Relaxed performance)
May 1, 2021 Sat. 4 pm
May 2, 2021 Sun. 1 pm
May 2, 2021 Sun. 4 pm

 

Longing to see the world, a tiny sea snail hitches a lift on the tail of a great big, grey-blue humpback whale. When the whale gets beached, how will the snail save him? Join an adventurous young girl and her seafaring father as they reimagine the Julia Donaldson story of one crustacean’s incredible trip around the world, brought vividly to life with music, storytelling and loads of laughs.

“Expect to leave the theatre smiling” – Fest

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Monday – Thursday 9 am to 4:30 pm | Closed Fridays

Closed – All Statutory Holidays | Remembrance Day | Dec 24 & 31/20

 

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