In partnership with
Visitor Experiences & Saskatoon Parks Area Saskatchewan Parks (Parks, Culture, and Sport),
and with support from
Presenting Partner (Saskatoon)
Produced with funding from The Saskatchewan Arts Board
A Video Introduction
About the Project
Created based on stories submitted from around the province, the poetry of former Saskatchewan Poet Laureate Don Kerr, and the outdoors experiences of a team of young professional theatre artists, this spectacular show for families will tour Saskatchewan Provincial Parks in July and August, 2014. Each performance will be followed by a theatre and puppetry workshop for children.
To learn more about the project, visit the About page.
Two young siblings are taken from their accustomed urban world of video games and TV for a family camping trip. Despite their initial reluctance, the wildlife, the freedom, and the glow of the campfire give them a new understanding of themselves, their family, and their world. With actors taking on multiple roles, manipulating puppets, playing instruments, singing, and telling stories, audiences of all ages will be taken on a spectacle-filled journey into Saskatchewan’s outdoors.
The Creative Team
Charlie Peters (Co-Creator/Director/Dramaturge)
Shelby Lyn Lowe (Co-Creator/Production Designer/Stage Manger)
Emma Thorpe (Co-Creator/Performer)
Chris Donlevy (C0-Creator/Performer)
Dakota Ray Herbert (Co-Creator/Performer)