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Hana Hashimoto, Sixth Violin

Toured Ontario Schools April to May 2016
For Grades K to 3
Based on the book by Chieri Uegaki & Qin Leng (Kids Can Press)
Adapted for the stage by Jessica Carmichael

Hana Hashimoto has signed up to play violin for a talent show at her school. Problem is- she just started lessons. Her brother thinks she’ll be a disaster!  Read more

Hana Hashimoto, Sixth Violin2017-07-11T13:54:58-04:00

Peg and the Yeti

Touring Manitoba and Northern Ontario
November to December 2015
Adapted by Monica Dufault from the book by Kenneth Oppel
Directed by Pablo Felices-Luna
Produced in association with Manitoba Theatre for Young People
For Ages 3 to 7

A brave young girl named Peg sets out on a great adventure to climb Mount Everest. She travels across the world by boat, train Read more

Peg and the Yeti2017-05-24T12:56:24-04:00

Announcing OAC Playwright-in-Residence Jordi Mand

We are pleased to welcome Toronto artist Jordi Mand as Playwright in Residence for our 2015-2016 Season. This position is integral to our company’s new play development mandate. We would like to acknowledge funding support from the Ontario Arts Council, an agency of the Government of Ontario, in supporting this initiative.

During her 20 week residency Read more

Announcing OAC Playwright-in-Residence Jordi Mand2017-05-24T12:56:24-04:00

Welcome to Carousel Players 44th Season

Jessica CarmichaelOur upcoming season is dedicated to the determination and resilience of a child’s spirit.

When you are young, the world is quite a large place to enter into. The courage and strength young people call upon to steer through life challenges is remarkable to say the Read more

Welcome to Carousel Players 44th Season2017-05-24T12:56:24-04:00

Peg and the Yeti

Peg and the Yeti
adapted by Monica Dufault from the book by Kenneth Oppel
March- May, 2015

A brave young girl named Peg sets out on a great adventure to climb Mount Everest. She travels across the world by boat, train and water buffalo until she reaches the Himalayas. After dodging an avalanche, she befriends a mysterious Yeti Read more

Peg and the Yeti2016-01-05T12:16:32-04:00

The Power of Harriet T

The Power of Harriet T
by Michael Miller
Produced in association with Black Theatre Workshop
February, 2015

The Power of Harriet T is an inspiring story of early struggles against racism. The play is based on the story of Harriet Tubman, who fled slavery in Maryland in the 1850’s and risked her life to help slaves find safe haven Read more

The Power of Harriet T2016-01-05T12:15:24-04:00

The Incredible Speediness of Jamie Cavanaugh

The Incredible Speediness of Jamie Cavanaugh
by Chris Craddock
February -March, 2015

Jamie and Max are best friends – she’s a trouble magnet who thinks her ADHD is some kind of amazing super speed and he’s the smartest kid in his grade. When Jamie tries to help Max against a bully named Rock, she ends up creating more Read more

The Incredible Speediness of Jamie Cavanaugh2016-01-05T12:21:25-04:00

Spelling 2-5-5

Spelling 2-5-5

by Jennifer Overton
Presented in Partnership with Autism Nova Scotia
April- May, 2014

Simon’s mother expects him to be responsible for his autistic brother both at home and at school. When a televised spelling bee contest is announced, Simon sees his opportunity to shine. Soon though, it is discovered that Jake is a great speller in a Read more

Spelling 2-5-52016-01-06T10:06:26-04:00

Dib and Dob and The Journey Home

Dib and Dob and The Journey Home
by David S. Craig and Robert Morgan
March- May, 2014

Dib and Dob is the comic story of two brother and their adventure to find home. Dib and Dob have been lost so long that they only speak their own made-up language. As they journey through the forest, they camp overnight Read more

Dib and Dob and The Journey Home2016-01-05T13:06:29-04:00

Here to Hear

Here to Hear
by Linda A. Carson and Cathy Nosaty
Produced in Association with Young People’s Theatre
February, 2013

Amanda and her Dad don’t really agree on what music is. She likes to collect sounds from the audience and jam with them; he wants to perform the beautiful songs he has learned over the years. Just when it looks Read more

Here to Hear2016-01-05T13:39:07-04:00
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