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May 6
May 17

Boys Girls and Other Mythological Creatures

Young Simon is on a quest to battle a fearsome dragon, with the aid of his friend Abby.

Along the way, Simon’s older brother resists the pair’s magical world and shares his discomfort with Simon dressing up to
transform into his ‘true self’.

This playful and moving story explores the search for a place to be ourselves safely, fully express who we are without judgement, and to find out what we are made of with the support of our friends and family.

Curriculum Relevance: Drama, Language Arts, Bullying, Gender and Social Studies and Character Education

Boys, Girls and Other Mythological Creatures is a part of the Theatre Orangeville 2023/24 FREE Education on Stage Programming. Please contact Programs Coordinator Kait Gallant for more info and to register!!
Shows will be touring into schools from May 6th though 17th, 2024.




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Directed by - Murdoch


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What is Theatre for Young Audiences?

We believe theatre is a powerful tool. It dramatizes and contextualizes the world. It invites us to walk in other’s shoes; see the world through their eyes.

All of our Theatre for Young Audiences (TYA) shows are grounded in the Ontario curriculum; they teach, through theatre.

Bonus: we hire educators to create study packages, so your classroom can get the most out of the experience.

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