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Jazz Haz Productions Comes to Toronto Fringe KidsFest 2018

Jazz Haz Productions brings Tales of Foreign Lands and People to the George Ignatieff Theatre for the 2018 Toronto Fringe Theatre Festival ' s Kids Fest. Written and performed by Anthony Audain, veteran storyteller, Papa Say, takes the audience on a journey to exotic and magical lands.

They visit a colourful market, a sunny village, and an enchanted forest with a mysterious castle. Along the way, they meet a little boy with good judgement, a little girl with big dreams, and another little boy with surprising courage in this 45 minute collage of songs, music, and inspiring stories. Tales of Foreign Lands and People explores the themes of bullying, overcoming obstacles, and working together to find solutions. "

Anthony Audain is Papa Say, a gentle bear of a storyteller, in this pleasant divers i on. " Winnipeg Free Press " Using song, verse, drumming, and pantomime, Audain is a skilled and likeable performer. " CBC " Tales of Foreign Lands and People reveals good in others. " CNC "

Papa Say tells fine stories with authenticity and heart. The children remembered the characters by their signature actions long after we left the theatre. Wonderful singing brought the themes home for the adults in the crowd, too. " Fringe Exchange Tales of Foreign Lands and People Written and performed by Anthony Auda in. Featuring two songs by Stephen Sondheim. Incidental Music written and performed by Rob Lindey. Set Design by Nicholas Burns

Box Off ice : 707 Dundas Street West Iwww.fringetoronto.com Tickets : $ 11 adults I $ 5 kids I Recommended for kids 12 and under I Approximately 45 minutes GEORGE IGNATIEFF THEATRE, 15 Devonshire Place 7 SHOWS ONLY ! Wed July 4 - 6 : 0 0 p.m. Tue Jul 10 - 3 : 15 p.m. Sat Jul 14 - 11 : 45 a.m. Fri Jul 6 - 3 : 30 p.m. Wed Jul 11 - 1 : 30 p.m. Sun Jul 8 - 12 : 15 p.m. Fri Jul 13 - 10 : 00 a.m.


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