Upcoming Shows the for 2013/2014 Season!


Don`t forget to bring your money to purchase season passes for the 2013/2014 Season at the special

Early Bird Rate of $20 per person. 


Here’s a sneak peek of what’s being offered for shows!

An A Capella History Through the Voice, Oct. 27, 2013


Carl Berger, Aaron Jensen, Ross Lynde, Kurt Sampson

Take a trip through time with Cadence as they cover over 100 years of vocal music in 50 minutes! This Juno-nominated quartet will cover such musical styles as Gregorian chant, Classical, Choral, Jazz, Doo-Wop, Rock, Blues, and more, incorporating mind blowing instrumental imitation, high energy antics and audience participation.


Molly and the Oak Island Treasure, Nov. 17, 2013

Maritime Marionettes, Heather and Darryl Taylor

Molly, her boat, and Pixie, her little fairy friend, set out on a marvellous adventure in search of buried treasure. Along the way she meets Ulgimmo, a Mik’maq boy, and other new friends that help her in completing her wondrous journey. The wooden marionettes come to life in the hands of Heather and Darryll Taylor enchanting children and parents alike. A treasure hunt for self-discovery, Molly and the Oak Island Treasure will touch your heart and awaken the child in us all.



*** New this year***  –  Build your own 4 string marionette workshop:

Nov. 16, 2013 time & location TBA, public workshop



Mr. E, Jan. 12, 2014  

Eric Leclerc

This is the show that has made Eric Leclerc one of Ottawa’s most sought after children’s entertainer. It offers side-splitting comedy and amazing magical illusions for any age group. Eric is a master at commanding the attention of everyone in the room. From ages 3 and up, the show is guaranteed to keep the little and big ones laughing and engaged in the presentation. This show will create magical memories for the entire family.



Evolution of BBoying, TBA

BBoyizm Dance Company

B-boying, born in the early 1970’s, is a dance form that now has a significant international following and reputation. In addition to its roots in funk music and African American culture, the dynamic acrobatic aspects of B-boying make it one of the most unique dances in the world.

The Evolution of BBoying takes the audience from the 70’s into the 90’s with dramatic costume and music changes building up to the dance form as it practiced today. Yvon Soglo brings together some of the best street dancers in Canada to present an interactive show that will amaze young audiences and adults alike.

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