Mary Jane Mosquito has no wings. At home and at school she is teased by the other mosquitos. What she really wants to do is sing her songs, share her language, and make friends. But how will she fit in without wings?
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Lig and Bittle set out on a quest to find a place where they will both fit in, and where they won’t feel different anymore. Will they make it past the Muckety Muck and the Ooga Monster to Perfeckt Phitt?
A pulse-pounding full-sensory experience told through spoken word and hip-hop that deals in the brutal realities of addiction and the redemption that can lie in recovery.
Fearing the loss of his beloved woods to a new water bottling company, Richard is trying to convince his family, friends and the town council to save the forest near his house. How can one kid make a difference?
Carousel Players is pleased to annouce the five camps that make up Summer Theatre School 2019. This year, there will be a mix of one and two week camps for ages 5-14.
Carousel Players is pleased to offer March Break Drama Camps for children ages 4 through 10 this coming year. With the success of our March Break Camp last year we are excited to offer it again and continue adding more opportunities for children and youth in Niagara to get involved in dramatic Read more
Dalewood French Immersion Public School
61 Duncan Drive, St. Catharines
Every Thursday from 3:10-4:10pm
January 16-March 5th
Lockview Public School
505 Bunting Road, St. Catharines
Every Wednesday from 3:10-4:10pm
January 15-March 4th
Oakridge Public School
1 Marsdale Drive, St. Catharines
Every Wednesday from 3:30-4:30pm
January 15-March 4th
Orchard Park Public School
3691 Dorchester Road, Niagara Falls
Every Tuesday from 3:30-4:30pm
January 14-March 3rd
8 weeks of classes
Fee: $60 per student
Join us for the Carousel Kids Costume Ball on October 26, 2019!
When my children were young, I loved bringing them to see live theatre. Not only because I work in theatre myself, but because it was a communal event for our family, a shared activity that took us out of our everyday routine and allowed us to see ourselves and the world around us in a new way.