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Comet in Moominland • OCT. 12-27 • Ages 5-8

• Beneath a canopied dome, a miniature universe of mysterious forests, magical caves and sailing seas fills the theatre. From Tove Jansson's series of beloved Moomin books.

an mtyp production

Still/Falling • NOV. 2-4 • Ages 13+

a green thumb theatre production (vancouver, bc) in

• A realistic, honest and bitingly funny look at the difference between ‘teen angst’ and mental illness.

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The House at Pooh Corner • NOV. 30–DEC. 30

Ages 3-8 • an mtyp production • “This gorgeous piece of theatre will send ...MTYP patrons home to dust off these stories to read, & appreciate, once again." – wpg free press

Torn Through Time • JAN. 25-FEB. 3 • Ages 7-12

WORLD PREMIERE • an mtyp production • Jess is in the middle of a writing assignment on one of her heroes and it’s not going well. Out of frustration, she rips the pages out of a library book and summons three female heroes into the present.

What if Romeo & Juliet... • FEB. 15-24 • Ages 9+ a production from dynamo (montréal, qc)

• What if Romeo and Juliet could change their families’ hate to love? Could there be another ending? What if someone decided to lay down one’s weapons?

The Polar Bears Go Up! • MARCH 15-24 • Ages 3-8

a unicorn theatre (uk) production • Two lovable intrepid polar bear explorers are going on a wild expedition, climbing trees, jumping on clouds, reaching for the stars and, of course, stopping for sandwiches!

20,000 Leagues Under the Sea • APRIL 5-14

Ages 8-13 • a kidoons and wyrd production (toronto, on) • Join us aboard the Nautilus for an unforgettable ride to the depths of the sea. A stage adaptation of the classic Jules Verne Sci-Fi adventure, exploring the power of nature and the nature of power.

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I also remember the fun of playing all kinds of games. Salt, Pepper and SuperPepper was a personal favorite of mine at a young age; it consisted of standing on a ledge and having the choice of being picked up and gently placed on the ground (salt), jumping and landing loudly (pepper), or… Well, I’ll let you imagine what super-pepper was. My teen years may have been filled with more solitary games (Tetris was certainly one of them), but there are ways to make those games a point of connection with family and friends too. Watch the show and you’ll know what I mean. So, whether it is through bedtime stories or through play, I hope you will get to build special memories here with us.

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Many great memories are built around moments of enjoyment and tenderness. I was an avid reader as a child, but I also distinctly remember how it felt to be curled up in bed as my parents read us stories. They may not have been the stories you have had read to you, like Goodnight Moon or The Runaway Bunny, but the feeling of being loved and cared for is the same.

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An Arch8 Production

TETRIS Recommended for ages 5+ 50 minutes with no intermission

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Tetris was originally made in collaboration with ‘De Dansers’ in Utrecht. It has also been reset on Dansstationen in Malmo, who tour it in Scandinavia. Arch8 tours the work globally. choreography

Erik Kaiel


Kim Jomi Fischer, Ryan Djojokarso, Paulien Truijen, Mayke van Kruchten ABOUT ARCH8 This isn’t an everyday dance company. We view theatrical traditions as a resource, using them to create new forms. We then share these new forms in public space, architectural space, and theatrical space. There is a high degree of interactivity in the work. We consistently encourage an active viewing, a participatory imagining on the part of the public. With its innovative approach, the company has performed around the globe, including St. Petersburg, Istanbul, Cairo, New York, San Francisco, Vancouver, Senegal, and throughout Europe. The company has also made collaborative performances with local artists in Benin, Senegal, Alexandria, Cairo, Frankfurt, Dusseldorf, Utrecht, the Hague, Maastricht, and Hasselt.

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BIOS • CREATOR AND PERFORMERS Creator ERIK KAIEL • Erik has been making dances for many years. In subway stations, sculpture gardens, empty swimming pools, city streets, and occasionally on stage. In 2003, after a decade in New York City, he moved to the Netherlands. He performs, choreographs and teaches throughout Netherlands, Europe, and the world. In the last few years, he taught and built public space performances with local dancers in Benin, Senegal, Utrecht & the Hague. He is the artistic director of Crosstown Den Haag, a choreographic fellow at Danslab, and a faculty member at the Artez Dance Academy in Arnhem. In 2010 he won the Dutch national prize for choreographic talent, and the No Ballet competition in Germany. Tetris, a piece he made for young audiences, is currently touring internationally. Current projects include a co-production with Tanzhuis NRW/Het Lab (premiere fall 2012), a new cross-border collaborative work with Dutch and Belgian youth and a series of public space performances in Cairo, Denmark and Sweden. “We are of the opinion Erik Kaiel is the most promising choreographer in the field of Youth Dance, not only in the Netherlands, where he lives, but also one of the most interesting in Europe.” — Kees Blijleven, artistiek directeur de krakeling “We have been interested in Erik’s work for a number of years now as previous performances have been of great inspiration to Scottish artists making work for and with children and young people. We do not underestimate the importance of this type of work for our sector and for the opportunities this creates for us in our artform development programme.” — Fiona Ferguson, imaginate festival edinburgh Performer RYAN DJOJOKARSO • Ryan Djojokarso was born in Paramaribo and decided at 20 to become a dancer. He graduated from Codarts, and has worked with Sassan Saghar Yaghmai, Itzik Galili, Arno Schuitemaker, Karen Levi, Liat Waysbort and Tabea Martin. He began working with Arch8 in fall 2010, and helped to create Tetris and O Snap. Performer HELEEN VAN GIGCH • Heleen van Gigch graduated from Codarts, and has been creating and performing with Arch8 ever since. She has also worked with different choreographers for Station Zuid, Noord Nederlands Dance, Dans Ateliers and Random Collision.

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BIOS • CREATOR AND PERFORMERS Performer KIM-JOMI FISCHER • Kim-Jomi was born in Utrecht, the Netherlands, on the 21st of July, 1985, in a family of street performers. From an early age, Kim was especially involved in partnering acrobatics, which still influences his work today. Kim graduated at Codarts, Rotterdam’s dance academy, in 2007. Since then, he has worked as a freelance dancer in the Netherlands for choreographers like Ann vd Broek, André Gingras, Liat Waysbort, Loïc Perela, and Suzy Blok. In 2011, he left for London to work for DV8 Physical Theatre in the production ‘Can we talk about this?’. Today, Kim is back in the Netherlands. Here, he mostly works with Erik Kaiel, whom he has collaborated with since 2004. Kim’s current work involves a lot of contact improvisation, location work, and a physical blend of different dance styles. Performer MAYKE VAN KRUCHTEN • Mayke van Kruchten from the Netherlands completed her dance training at the Modern Theatre Dance department at the Amsterdam University of Arts. As a freelancer she has worked with choreographers such as Itamar Serussi-Sahar, Liat Waysbort, Ryan Djojokarso, and Edin Gorlicki. In 2013 she was awarded the Outstanding Dancer Award at the 6th CICC for her performance in Balts by Ryan Djojokarso. Mayke has been working with Erik Kaiel since 2013 and performs in many of his productions. Performer JASPER DZUKI • Jasper Dzuki graduated from Codarts, and has been creating and performing with Arch8 ever since. He also regularly choreographs his own work. He has also worked with the Netherlands Opera, Jose Navas, & Slagwork Den Haag.

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Mermaid Theatre of Nova Scotia presents

GOODNIGHT MOON & THE RUNAWAY BUNNY Winter 2018 U.S./Canada Tour Recommended for ages 3+ 60 minutes with no intermission

approximate running time: stories by

Margaret Wise Brown

pictures by

Clement Hurd

adapted by

Jim Morrow

director/production designer

Jim Morrow


Steven Naylor


Deborah Allen

stage manager

Larry Copeland


Graeme Black Robinson, Michael Venn, Michelle Urbano associate designers

Jonathan Ford, Deborah MacLean

video design

Windoverdaun Films


Bob Williams

Andrew Dill, Avard Woolaver and the Nova Scotia Tourism Agency

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Goodnight Moon copyright © 1947 by Harper & Row.

text copyright

© renewed 1975 by Roberta Brown Rauch.

© renewed 1975 by Edith Hurd, Clement Hurd, John Thacher Hurd George Hellyer, as trustees of the Edith & Clement Hurd 1982 Trust. the Runaway Bunny copyright © 1942 by Harper & Row Publishers. text copyright renewed 1970 by Roberta Brown Rauch. illustrations copyright © 1972 by Edith T. Hurd, Clement Hurd, John Thacher Hurd, and George Hellyer as trustees of the Edith & Clement Hurd 1982 Trust. illustrations and

Mermaid Theatre of Nova Scotia gratefully acknowledges the support of the Canada Council for the Arts and Arts Nova Scotia. Mermaid Theatre of Nova Scotia is a member of the Professional Association of Canadian Theatres and engages professional artists who are members of Canadian Actors’ Equity Association under the terms of the Canadian Theatre Agreement.

ABOUT MERMAID THEATRE OF NOVA SCOTIA Founded in 1972, Mermaid Theatre's unique adaptations of children's literature have delighted more than five million young people in sixteen countries on four continents. Based in Windsor, a small rural town in Nova Scotia’s Avon Region, the company performs for more than 300,000 spectators annually, and currently ranks among North America’s most active touring organizations. Closer to home, Mermaid offers instruction at all levels through its Institute of Puppetry Arts, welcomes artists-in-residence through its Theatre Loft, provides a unique outreach program for adolescents through the Youtheatre, and offers a vibrant performing arts series at MIPAC (the Mermaid Imperial Performing Arts Centre). Mermaid Theatre of Nova Scotia is represented by: KIDS’ ENTERTAINMENT tel (416) 971.4836 • fax (416) 971.4841 • email website mermaid theatre of nova scotia gratefully acknowledges the support of the canada council for the arts and the province of nova scotia.

for general information, please contact: Mermaid Theatre of Nova Scotia P.O. Box 2697 Windsor, Nova Scotia, Canada B0N 2T0 tel (902) 798.5841 • fax (902) 798.3311 • email website

THE STAFF OF MERMAID THEATRE OF NOVA SCOTIA artistic director general manager

Jim Morrow

Danny Everson

public affairs consultant administrator

Sara Lee Lewis

Cathy White

office & tour coordinator

Jason Tucker

production manager

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production associate

Struan Robertson

artistic advisor for music & sound design technical director scenic painter seamstress

Steven Naylor

Michael Jamieson

Sarah Haydon Roy

Sarah Harvey Hart

ABOUT THE PRODUCTION • Goodnight Moon is a celebration of familiar bedtime rituals and in The Runaway Bunny, a baby bunny wants to leave home, but his loving mother says, “If you run away, I will run after you.” Both feature endearing rabbit characters, and the soothing rhythms of bunny banter and dream-like imagery never fail to infuse young readers with a reassuring sense of security. Mermaid’s staged adaptation brings a new sense of appreciation to stories that have delighted several generations. ABOUT THE AUTHOR • Few writers have been as attuned to the concerns and emotions of childhood as Margaret Wise Brown (1910–1952). Brown, a former teacher, believed that very young children could be fascinated by the simple pleasures of the world around them. Few had previously attempted to write specifically for children aged two to five, and Brown created some of the most enduring and beloved children’s books of all time as well as developed the concept of the first durable board book. ABOUT THE ILLUSTRATOR • Clement Hurd (1908–1988) graduated from Yale University and studied painting in Paris in the 1930s with Fernand Léger and others. His engaging semi-abstract style became world-famous with the publication of The Runaway Bunny in 1942 and Goodnight Moon in 1947 collaborations with Brown that became two of the 20th century’s best-known children’s books.

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BIOS • CREATIVE TEAM AND THE COMPANY Director/Production Designer JIM MORROW creates puppets for stage, television and film. He's directed numerous shows for the Theatre, including Stella, Queen of the Snow; The Very Hungry Caterpillar & Other Eric Carle Favourites; Guess How Much I Love You & I Love My Little Storybook; Swimmy, Frederick, and Inch by Inch; as well as designed many others. A gifted performer, Jim has toured extensively in Canada, the United States, the United Kingdom and Japan. He serves as director of puppetry for Symphony Nova Scotia's production of The Nutcracker, and frequently conducts master classes in puppetry in North America and abroad. Jim is Mermaid Theatre’s Artistic Director. Composer STEVEN NAYLOR has created the music for more than a dozen Mermaid shows, including Stella, Queen of the Snow; Guess How Much I Love You & I Love My Little Storybook; Swimmy, Frederick, and Inch by Inch; The Very Hungry Caterpillar & Other Eric Carle Favourites and many others. His many other professional activities include original film and television scores; contemporary music composition and performance; university teaching and curriculum development; and a long-term international involvement with electroacoustic concert music. Steven is Mermaid Theatre's Artistic Advisor for Music and Sound Design. Narrator DEBORAH ALLEN began her theatrical career in Halifax, NS as Neptune Theatre’s first apprentice in 1965. Since then she has made a successful career as an actor, director, producer, radio broadcaster and voice specialist. Deb toured with Mermaid Theatre’s production of The Journey in 1974, which played to First Nations communities throughout Nova Scotia. Since that time she has had extensive experience in theatre, film, television and radio. Deb has lent her voice to countless documentaries for the National Film Board, TVO, commercials and museum installations. Among her very favorite narrations would have to be for those little people in her family. Stage Manager LARRY COPELAND is a stage manager who divides his time between Canada and the United States. In the U.S., he has worked on Broadway (Leap of Faith), off-Broadway (Primary Stages) and regionally (Two River Theater and White Plains Performing Arts Center). In Canada, he has worked for Mirvish Productions, Canadian Stage, National Arts Centre, Charlottetown Festival and Theatre New Brunswick to name a few. Larry joined the Mermaid team in the summer of 2016.

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BIOS • CREATIVE TEAM AND THE COMPANY Performer GRAEME BLACK ROBINSON was born and raised in Toronto, Ontario. Since graduating from George Brown College's Theatre Arts program, he has studied physical theatre forms across Canada with many esteemed teachers. Graeme is the Artistic Director of Toronto's Silent Protagonist theatre company. He starred in their inaugural mask and puppet show, Or Be Eaten, at the 2013 Toronto Fringe Festival. Most recently he wrote and directed Cryptids of the Canadian Shield for the Toronto Puppetry Collective's Puppet Allsorts Festival. Graeme joined Mermaid in 2014, and has since toured with Mermaid across the U.S., Canada, and the People’s Republic of China. Performer MICHAEL VENN is a graduate of the Sir Wilfred Grenfell College theatre program in Corner Brook, NL. It was there that he earned the Andre Noble Award for outstanding achievement as well as a BFA in Acting. Always striving to improve his craft, Michael went on to train as a circus performer at the Academy of Circus Arts in the UK and has entertained audiences all over England, Italy, Canada and the U.S. Michael completed Mermaid Theatre's Institute of Puppetry Arts training program in 2015 and joined the company as a touring performer shortly thereafter. Performer MICHELLE URBANO is a Toronto theatre artist working as an actor, puppeteer, puppet designer, playwright and producer. After graduating from Humber College’s Theatre Performance program she co-founded Artichoke Heart, an object theatre company creating original devised puppetry works. Artichoke Heart completed residencies at Mermaid Theatre and Cahoots Theatre, performed at several puppetry festivals (including Casteliers International Festival, Puppetmongers’ Fresh Ideas), and found success at the Toronto and Montreal fringe festivals. Michelle joined Mermaid in 2016.

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MTYP Tetris / Goodnight Moon & The Runaway Bunny program  

24 page program for Manitoba Theatre for Young People‘s production of Tetris / Goodnight Moon & The Runaway Bunny.