Local talent abounds in “Tales of Foreign Lands and People”.
“People tell stories as a way to keep memories of people alive,” explains lead performer, Papa Say.
“Not me!” calls out a sea of children when Papa Say asks, “Who wants to be like everybody else?” That starts us on a journey of appreciating the good in others.
I think every adult should take in at least one kids show to appreciate the range of subject areas offered in the 188 shows this year. I chose this one not only to support locals but because of the content.
Papa Say shares three unique vignettes that give a flavour to “foreign lands.” My assistant theatre critic, Michelle (age 7) and I both agree the third story in the repetoire is our favourite. We like audience participation.
We also like the song, “Nothing Can Harm You,” and we like responsive singing and drumming.
You can still take the kids or get in touch with your inner child who loves to be told stories:
Thu. July 27 at 11:30 a.m.
Sat. July 30 at 2:45 p.m.
Sun. July 30 at 1:15 p.m.