Young People's Theatre to Present GOODNIGHT MOON

Young People's Theatre is proud to present everyone's favorite bedtime story, Goodnight Moon. With appeal for children ages four and up, this lively show promises to be an entertaining experience for the whole family. YPT is delighted to bring the work of acclaimed theatre company Seattle Children's Theatre (SCT) to Canada for the first time. Goodnight Moon will be presented on the Mainstage from February 29 to March 19 with added performances during March Break, from the 14th to 18th.

One of the best ways for children to feel cherished and loved is to cozy up with a classic story! The Great Green Room appears before your eyes in this delightful family musical that stays true to the beloved book. Children and families can enjoy the surprise and joy of Bunny's imaginative detours on the way to dreamland. In this intimate production, everyone will revel with Bunny in the fun of jumping cows, dancing bears, the Cat and the Fiddle, and a room where every corner springs to animated life! Goodnight Moon is a truly timeless theatre experience for everyone to enjoy.

The cast of Goodnight Moon includes Molli Corcoran, Auston James, Sharva Maynard, Mike Spee (understudy), Matt Wolfe and Vickielee Wohlbach (understudy).

Goodnight Moon's creative team includes: Direction by Linda Hartzell with additional Direction by Rita Giomi; Music Director, Jeff Bell; Choreographer Marianne Roberts; Scenic Designer Jennifer Lupton; Lighting Designer Rick Paulsen; Costume Designer Cathy Hunt; Sound Designer Chris Walker; Puppet Design by the late Douglas Paasch; Puppet Coach Annett Mateo.

March Break Family Fun: Join us from March 12 to 19 when YPT will be buzzing with activity every day, including FREE pre-show crafts and a scavenger hunt for kids!

MARCH BREAK DRAMA CAMP now open for registration and available in two locations: Downtown and North York!

Available for students in JK to Grade 6 from March 14 to 18. Visit youngpeoplestheatre.ca for information.


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