ONE THING LEADS TO ANOTHER Returns To GCTC With Unique Show For Infants
After selling out its entire run last year, One Thing Leads to Another is making its return to GCTC, to the delight of infants and families throughout Ottawa. The award winning show from Toronto's Young People's Theatre imbues everyday objects with theatrical magic, stimulating and fascinating babies and adults alike.
From February 6 to 10, the show will take over GCTC's upstairs studio, transforming it into a venue for learning and play. It is a baby-friendly, no-judgement environment: breastfeeding and changing are allowed, and parents and children are encouraged to come and go as they please. There is stroller parking located just outside the studio.
One Thing Leads to Another is a collective collaboration by Maja Ardal, Audrey Dwyer, Mary Francis Moore and Julia Tribe.
The show is designed for babies from ages 3 to 12 months, but is suitable for children up to 24 months. It engages these audience members with tactile experiences, exciting visuals and music. Each show is 30 minutes long and is followed by a 30-minute post-performance play session.
Developed from the original concept, research and theme by Maja Ardal
Produced by Young People's Theatre, Toronto
Music initiatives by Maja Ardal
Director/Arts Education initiatives - Mary Francis Moore
Design initiatives by Julia Tribe
Performances begin at 10am and 1pm from February 6 to February 10.