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Peter and the Wolf by Worlds of Puppets in the Teck Family Series

March 9 2:00 to 3:00 pm

In this beautiful telling of “Peter and the Wolf” by World of Puppets, each character is portrayed by an amazing cast of intricate marionettes carved of wood, as well as other styles of puppets.

The music leads the show in this piece, that was created by Russian composer Sergei Prokofiev in 1936 to help young people get to know the instruments in a symphony orchestra.

The show is the creation of Bernd Ogrodnik, former Master Puppeteer for Iceland’s National Theater and founder and Artistic Director of the Icelandic Center for Puppetry Arts.

"...one of puppetry's most impressive talents.” - The Philadelphia Inquirer

"Bernd Ogrodnik has become widely recognized as a superb artist ...” Leslie Ash, Executive Producer of the Jim Henson Foundation.

Get a sense of this amazing show in this video, although the puppets won’t be accompanied by a live orchestra in Trail. 

To learn more about the show, visit their website

All performances suitable for ages 5-10.

Tickets are $15 for Single Admission.

45 minute performance with the opportunity to go onstage after the show and meet the puppets up close!

 

Tickets are $15. Or, buy a pass for all 4 shows for $40, or a Family of 4 series pass for $144.

Performances suitable for ages 5-10.

 

We acknowledge the support of the Canada Council for the Arts | Conseil des Arts du Canada

Nous remercions le Conseil des arts du Canada de son soutien.

#BringingTheArtsToLife

 

The Teck Family Series, presented by Trail & District Arts Council, also has these exciting shows in the series:

- Monday, February 18, 2019 join DuffleBag Theatre in Romeo & Juliet

- Sunday April 14, 2019 sees Montréal dance company Bouge de là characterise the alphabet in the 26 Letter Dance

- Sunday May 5, 2019 dance along with The Kerplunks whose catchy tunes are guaranteed to get kids joining in.

 

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Town: Rossland, BC
Venue: The Bailey Theatre
Address: 1501 Cedar Ave., Trail