Alice in Wonderland
Annual Family Pantomime
November 23- December 9, 2017
By Andrew O’Leary
Directed by Angela Butler and Kelly Doney Morrison
Musical Direction and original score by Ralph Urquhart
Purchase tickets and attend on November 23 or 24 and be eligible to enter your name in a draw to win a pair of tickets to opening night for our next show (Canadian comedy, Having Hope at Home). There will be a draw for a pair of tickets away each night.
TAG theatre invites you to follow Alice down the rabbit hole as we take you on a magical, musical journey through Wonderland. Our annual holiday Pantomime is an adaptation of a familiar tale that has all your favourite characters and some new additions.
The Queen of Hearts has taken over Wonderland and it's up to Alice and her new friends to stop her before the Jabberwocky is released and destroys everything they hold dear. Come sing along with our grinning Cheshire Cat as we solve wriggles with Tweedle Dum and Dee; groove with the Caterpillar; discover why the Hatter is so mad; and much much more.
Directed by Angela Butler and Kelly Doney Morrison, with an original musical score by Ralph Urquhart - mark your calendars for this very important date because Alice in Wonderland The Pantomime is one show you won't want to miss!
Please Note: Due to our ongoing construction project, there are currently no facilities in our backstage area. This means that the actors are using the auditorium entrance constantly during the performance. To ensure everyone’s safety, patrons are asked not to leave the auditorium during the performance unless absolutely necessary and if you do leave, you MAY NOT be able to return.Volunteers are available to answer any questions. The Board of Directors and the cast and crew of Alice in Wonderland thank you for your understanding and cooperation.
Having Hope at Home
February 1 - 17, 2018
By Canadian Playwright David S. Craig
Director: Michele Moore
Stage Manager: Carolyn Boyer
The play opens in a dilapidated, draughty old farmhouse in rural Ontario. We meet grandfather Bingham, who shares the ancestral dairy farm with his granddaughter and her fiancé. They await the estranged parents for dinner in the hopes of resolving the family feud. This side splitting comedy mixes up long standing disputes, adds a midwife, and finally teaches us how to love again with the birth of the fourth generation of Bingham. A heartwarming story that will leave you in tears – of laughter and compassion.