Rag & Bone Puppet Theatre
The Dolls’ House – Performance
Tottie is a kindhearted wooden doll who lives in a shoebox with her loving, mismatched family. One day, their dream of living in a real doll house comes true, but their happiness is threatened when one of the original residents returns. Based on the acclaimed book by Rumer Godden, Rag & Bone Puppet Theatre share a story about acceptance, inclusion, self-sacrifice, and making good choices.
- Storytelling through puppetry and music
- Elements of stage production and dramatic adaptations of literature
School Fee: $720.00 + HST
Audience Size: 200
Availability: Oct 2017 & Apr 2018
Coming in September 2017
About Rag & Bone Puppet Theatre
Rag & Bone Puppet Theatre has toured across Canada and the U.S. since 1978. Founders John Nolan and Kathy MacLellan are joined by musician Ainsley McNeaney in productions of exceptional creativity and value for young audiences. The company believes in simple and aesthetically beautiful effects that encourage imagination and new ways of looking at things.
“There’s a delicate, wistful, nostalgia to the production that matches the story well. It’s a children’s story from another era, able to be sentimental without being saccharine.”