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Niagara's Theatre for YOung Audiences

Welcome to our 2023-2024 season exploring the theme of NUTURE.

This year’s stories guide our audiences to look around at the world, at nature, at other people and ask: how can I help? What can I give?

Niagara Children's Festival

The first annual Niagara Children’s Festival runs May 11, 18 & 19.

Join Carousel Players at venues across the Niagara Region for a family-friendly festival experience featuring renowned puppetry shows, interactive theatrical experiences, educational and creative workshops, and musical performances designed for audiences ages 2 and up!

Multi Show Discounts

Book More, Save More!

Reserve performances of Tiny Treasures, Lig & Bittle and/or Meet Chloe to bundle and save! Save 10% when booking 2 shows and 20% on 3 or more!

We acknowledge that the land on which we create, teach, and engage with our community is, was, and always will be the traditional territories of the Haudenosaunee, the Anishinaabe, the Attiwonderon, the Mississauga of the Credit First Nation, and the Wendat Peoples.  We recognize that Carousel’s workspaces are located on lands covered by the Upper Canada Treaties and are part of the Dish with One Spoon wampum covenant.

We recognize that we have a role to play in reconciling our relationship with the Indigenous people of this region, and we are actively working to uplift the voices of Indigenous creators through our programming, new play development, and community collaborations.

Learn more about the Truth & Reconciliation Commission and the 94 Calls to Action