Where the Wild Things Are
Dec 2 – 18, 2022
Calling all little wild ones!

by Marketing & Publicity Manager

Where the Wild Things Are

Calling all wee wild things aged 3 – 6 (and their favourite grown-ups!). Come play!

Dec 2 – 18, 2022

11am, 1pm, 4pm (Times vary depending on dates)

$24 / $20 / $17 (You choose YOUR price)

Come join the wild rumpus! Max is back for a magical adventure into the land of the Wild Things! This fan-favourite show will bring pure wonder & wow to the whole family.

After 20 years and more than 1,000 performances all around North America, this truly is classic piece of children’s theatre.

“Let your wild things out” for the first time, or again and again!

Ages 3 – 6 year olds and their favourite grown-ups.

A Presentation House Theatre Production

Based on the book by Maurice Sendak

Originally adapted for the stage by TAG Theatre Glasgow, Scotland

A Presentation House Theatre Production

Based on the book by Maurice Sendak

Originally adapted for the stage by TAG Theatre Glasgow, Scotland

Directed by Kim Selody

Featuring Linda A. Carson and Victor Mariano

Set, Props & Costume Design: Linda Leon

Lighting Design: Brad Trenaman

Composer & Sound Designer: Cathy Nosaty

Stage Manager: Giselle Clarke-Trenaman

Head Technician: Kaeden Atkinson-Hill

Production Stills: Chris van der Schyf

Fridays, Dec 2, 9 & 16 – 4:00pm

Saturdays, Dec 3, 10 & 17 – 1:00pm & 4:00pm

Sundays, Dec 4, & 11 – 1:00pm & 4:00pm

Sunday, Dec 18 – 11:00am & 1:00pm

Reviews are in!

“See sheer delight on the faces of children. Magical!”  – Now Magazine – Toronto

“An enormous amount of fun”  – Stage Door – Toronto

“Magnificent! Creates real magic. Keep your fingers crossed, it may come back!” Georgia Straight – Vancouver

“Wonderful!  Playful in every sense – silly, fun, and filled with opportunities for us to stretch our imaginations. A pretty wild thing to see!” CBC Winnipeg

“More than five out of five stars!  This production earned it, claws down!”  The Examiner

“So engaging for all ages. The sold-out audience totally got this stage adaptation.  Sendak would have been pleased!”  Ottawa Citizen