One Thing Leads to Another

February 14-18, 2019, shows at 10:00 am and 12:30 pm daily

A Collective Collaboration by Maja Ardal, Audrey Dwyer, Mary Francis Moore and Julia Tribe

Developed from the original concept, research and theme by Maja Ardal

Produced by Young People’s Theatre, Toronto – Presented by Boca del Lupo In Association With The Vancouver International Children’s Festival and Carousel Theatre for Young People

Performers – Maja Ardal and Malindi Ayienga

Music initiatives – Maja Ardal

Director/Arts Education initiatives – Mary Francis Moore

Design initiatives – Julia Tribe

YPT’s critically-acclaimed, award-winning show for babies comes to Vancouver as part of its national tour! An innovative work of theatre created specifically for infants, this production transforms everyday objects into fabulous, fanciful, theatrical phenomena as it engages, stimulates and delights babies and adults alike.

As they develop and thrive, infants use all of their senses to learn about the world. In this production, performers engage with these youngest of audience members using music, enticing visuals and tactile experiences. When the show is over, babies and caregivers can explore the set and experiment with objects from the play, enhancing their own individual experience.

“Baby theatre delights tiny Toronto audience” – Toronto Star

“…invites first-time theatregoers to play and leaves them hungry for more.” – CBC TV, The National

“Fascinating show for infants demonstrates that theatre can appeal to the youngest audience.” – NOW Magazine

 Recommended for ages 3 to 12 months but suitable for up to 24 months 

Click here to view YPT’S PARENT GUIDE for One Thing Leads to Another.

Click here to view CBC TV News video clip on One Thing Leads to Another.

We are seeking front of house volunteers to greet guests, take tickets, seat guests, answer questions, and light tidying post-performance. Full training and a ticket to the show is provided. CLICK HERE TO VOLUNTEER.

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