Hat Trick is written in yellow on an image of a woman wearing a black bowler hat and red glasses looks up
Rag & Bone Puppet Theatre

Hat Trick

Created and performed by puppeteers John Nolan and Kathy MacLellan
Dancers Nicola Fridgen and Sarah Hopkin
Musicians Patrick Kline (cello), Reiko Lokker (violin), Russell Levia and Ainsley McNeaney

Rag & Bone Puppet Theatre, the company that’s known for “a minimum of props and a maximum of taste and imagination,” is thrilled to present the online version of Hat Trick, with innovative staging of three books by acclaimed Canadian author Jon Klassen. Recommended for ages 3-9

February 7-21, 2022

On demand video – Free!

40 minutes


Hat Trick is a staging of three books by acclaimed Canadian author Jon Klassen: I Want My Hat Back, This is Not My Hat, and We Found a Hat. The show features puppets, poems, songs, stories, dances, and crazy situations that will make even the most serious children laugh out loud.

Puppeteers John Nolan and Kathy MacLellan worked with six awesome collaborators, including two dancers, who will teach some fun steps that will have everyone up and moving to some amazing music! With dancers Nicola Fridgen and Sarah Hopkin from The School of Dance, musicians Patrick Kline (cello) and Reiko Lokker (violin) from 234 Strings, and multi-instrumentalists Russell Levia and Ainsley McNeaney.

Centaur is pleased to offer free on-demand viewing of a selection of theatre and animation digital projects throughout February and March. You will find the videos on the featured Children’s Series page on the listed dates. Watch them as many times as you like!

Visit Rag & Bone Puppet Theatre’s website for more information about the performers and company.

The video was available on this webpage from February 7-21, 2022.