Project Description

Rag & Bone Puppet Theatre

Felicity Falls – Virtual Performance

A group of animals find a new place to live, in Felicity Falls. In a series of short stories, the show follows their everyday lives as they build their home and their community. These gentle, funny stories about families are told with stuffed animal toy puppets that encourage children to engage in play-based learning. The show encourages optimism and resilience in the face of adversity. It values the importance of community, a sense of belonging, having a network of caring adults, and self-respect.

Booking Inquiry

Curriculum Connections

Folktales from various cultures

Musical instruments

Stylistic features of drama and theatre forms, including puppetry

Literacy

Problem solving

Oral and visual communication.

Characteristics: Integrity, empathy, kindness and caring, relationships, rules, and responsibilities.

Teacher Resources

Booking Details

School Fee: $400.00 + HST
Audience Size: 500
Maximum number of links: 150
Grades: K-3
Language: English
Availability: Limited Year-Round

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 musicians Russell Levia and Ainsley McNeaney in productions of exceptional creativity and value for young audiences. Over 100 performances a year take the company to schools, libraries, children’s festivals and theatres. Kathy has also written for many children’s TV shows, including Mr. Dressup, Under the Umbrella Tree, and Theodore Tugboat. John appeared as Jackson on the YTV show Crazy Quilt. Numerous awards include an ACTRA award and a Citation of Excellence in the Art of Puppetry from UNIMA, the international puppetry association.

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