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friend. He finds one in Heidi Hood, Red Riding Hood’s distant cousin living in Alarmsville, where homes are equipped with top-notch wolf-warning systems to alert residents when one is near.


Like Wolfy, Heidi has faced her own hurdles when it comes to acceptance by others. Together, they offer an endearing, universal tale about outsiders and everybody’s need to be let in by somebody.


Called charming, engaging and clever by critics around the world, Big Bad Wolf serves up an important life lesson for children in kindergarten through Grade 4.


Making a shorter trip over to our stage is, St. Catharines’ own Carousel Player’s tale, Hana Hashimoto, Sixth Violin, which makes its world premiere on April 15 and 16.


This story of a determined young violinist shows that anything is possible when we believe in ourselves and channel the power of our imaginations. Audiences can be part of the action with space made available for children to dance, laugh and sing along with the cast.


Both shows have common themes of overcoming obstacles, celebrating differences and empathy and acceptance — topics to which everyone, no matter their age, can relate in an age where we’ve never been better connected and yet often report feeling more isolated.


“Every time we make a play, we want to make a play that resonates in the world. Let’s judge people on their capacity,” Myers said. “We find things out by investigating stories. Narrative is very intrinsic to how we understand and form our view of the world and how we challenge it.”


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Windmill Theatre Of Australia


Big Bad Wolf Partridge Hall MEMBERS: $17 REGULAR: $20


7PM Wed 27 Apr


FRIDAY, APRIL 15 @ 10AM Added P.A. Day performance.


SATURDAY, APRIL 16 @ 11AM Sensory friendly performance.


SATURDAY, APRIL 16 @ 2PM ROBERTSON THEATRE | FOR AGES 4+CENTRESTAGE 39


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