Kids Corner

Exclusive content for families, inspired by the stage.

  • Curious Kids

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    Ages 6-13
    Curious Kids takes young audiences and their families behind the scenes of the Stratford Festival. This year, our hosts are the young performers from the Festival's 2022 production of Richard III. They take us through Archives, Props and Armoury and Technical Design to unveil the magic ...

  • Ursa: A Folk Musical


    What happens when a small-town Ontario teenager runs off into the forest in search of adventure? Why, she meets an anxious bear in the midst of an identity crisis, of course! Combining the joys of a folk concert with the timeless wisdom of a folktale, Ursa: A Folk Musical weaves a whimsical story...

  • Let's Play Theatre: Becoming a Character

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    Ages 6-13

    Learn how to develop your very own character with Stratford Festival actor, Lindsay Wu, from our 2022 production of Little Women! Character development and identity are essential to storytelling, so dive into this interactive workshop and discover how to move, talk and even breathe in ...

  • All the World's a Stage


    Ages 3-9
    "All the world's a stage," and it's time you found your spotlight! With a little bit of creativity and a lot of imagination, you can transform any space into a theatre - even your very own bedroom! Get ready to take the stage from the comfort of your own home with your new actor pals, Is...

  • Black Soul / Âme Noire

    Martine Chartrand's animated short dives into the heart of Black culture with an exhilarating trip though history. Watch as a young boy traces his roots through the stories his grandmother shares with him about the events that shaped their cultural heritage.

  • Marianne's Theatre

    In Co Hoedeman's animated short about a troupe of marionette acrobats, everything that can go wrong does. Brilliantly executed, this film dissolves the boundaries between theatre and animated film to create a magical experience.

  • Florent Vollant: I Dream in Innu

    The soul of the Innu language is the land, water and forests of the fast-disappearing caribou. Through his music, Florent Vollant continues to make this language heard around the world.

  • What If?

    "Always remember to play," says Leslee Silverman, the visionary force behind the Manitoba Theatre for Young People, to 10-year-old William. Drawing from Winnipeg's rich cultural tradition, she engages young people in the adventure of theatre, fired by the conviction that art belongs to everyone.

  • Medoonak the Stormmaker

    This short film is a retelling of the Mi'kmaq legend of Medoonak. A story colourfully interpreted in mime, dance and narration by elaborately garbed and masked actors of the Mermaid Theatre of Wolfville, Nova Scotia.