TD Saturday Morning Children’s Series

The TD Saturday Morning Children’s Series presents local and touring artists. On select Saturday mornings throughout the season, young children and their families can enjoy affordable and engaging live performances by some of Montreal’s best talent for kids.

Ticket prices are 8$ for children and 10$ for adults and available over the phone or in person. Box Office 514-288-3161, 12PM-5PM.

Moon Escapees Productions

Enchanted Lady Lost!

December 7, 2019

A grumpy spirit wants all holidays to disappear forever, and has stolen important objects that represent them. If the objects are not returned to their rightful owner by the end of the day, there will no longer be a Christmas, a Halloween, a Valentine’s day, or any special occasions! The only one who can save the day is our favorite amnesic princess… but will she be able to accomplish this mission without her memory? This is what friends are for, so be sure to join her! With a few nursery rhymes, association games, and a dash of magic, Enchanted Lady Lost! is an adventure you won’t want to miss!

Jacqueline van de Geer

The Wonder Room of Madame Mimi – 10:30am

February 1, 2020

Madame Mimi comes home from her year long travels and shares her stories, showing wonderful objects and treasures from all over the world. To name a few: Madame Mimi found Leo, the elegant giraffe in a Parisian flea market; she learned how to make a tea with a magical teapot in Brighton; and saved the little doll Masha from a garbage bin in Russia!

There are many other beautiful treasures to discover and the audience is more than welcome to add to the stories, interact with Madame Mimi, and ask her all they want to know about her travel around the world. On the world map, Madame Mimi draws her travel and all are welcome to finish the drawing together with her, adding their travels and greetings!

Les Créactifs

What Is Living?

February 15, 2020

Using storytelling, live drawing, shadow puppetry, one sad fish and the content of a suitcase, we ask our young audience: What is living? Are you living? Is this fish living? Is the Earth living? Is a living room living? Can your teddy bear be living if you say it is? Which, of course, begs the question: what does it mean to be alive? In this funny and creative cabaret-style performance, we go on a journey with our audience and explore, as a child might, the world around us and encounter important social and environmental issues along the way.

Put it In A Sock Theatre Company

The Brain Show

March 7, 2020

The Brain Show is a 30 minute interactive puppetry and object theatre experience for children ages 4 and up that demonstrates many fascinating aspects of our most important organ. From neat insights in brain anatomy and structure, to practical and fun exercises to work the brain in different ways, kids should leave this show filled with wonder and curiosity, but also with a few things to try at home and/or tricks they can use every day to find focus, calm and energy. Topics covered will include: the main parts of the brain and nervous system, the senses, attention, memory and emotions.

Jesse Stong

PUPPET KARAOKE

March 28, 2020

Puppet Karaoke! is back and better than ever! Learn the basic skills, participate in some fun group activities, and then get ready to perform a big musical number! Puppets up!

Jesse Stong is a playwright, puppeteer and educator. His innovative/interactive workshops for children and youth received the Michaelle Jean Foundation Award in 2016.

The Grand Salto Theatre

Beebo & Bop

April 18, 2020

Best friends Beebo and Bop are celebrating the end of a long winter by having a picnic. Lucky for us, we get to come along and see all the funny things that happen! Join our clown friends as in a picnic to be remembered.
Ages 2-10.

Twisted Tree – Jen Viens

Red & Pink

May 2, 2020

A young pig-tail clad clown faces the reality of having to grow up when forced to make a choice between her two favourite colours.