Mermaid’s intrepid Treasured Stories by Eric Carle company has been on the road for almost nine months. That’s quite a long road trip. I’m hoping that they wrote down their odometer reading when they started. Leave your guesses as to their final distance traveled in the comment section. My guess is 35,000km, and that’s probably a low estimate.
They will be home returning home to Nova Scotia soon, and here’s what’s coming up for them before the end of the tour. Click the venue’s name to go to their ticketing page.
|Sat||May 18||Banff Center for the Arts, Banff, AB||4:00pm|
|Wed||May 22||Calgary Children’s Festival, Calgary, AB||10:30am, 1:00pm|
|Thu||May 23||Calgary Children’s Festival, Calgary, AB||10:30am, 1:00pm|
|Fri||May 24||Calgary Children’s Festival, Calgary, AB||10:30am, 1:00pm|
|Sat||May 25||Calgary Children’s Festival, Calgary, AB||10:30am, 1:00pm|
|Sun||June 2||Mermaid Imperial Performing Arts Centre (MIPAC), Windsor, NS||3:00pm|
|Fri||June 7||Stages Theatre Festival, Neptune Theatre, Halifax, NS||7:00pm|
|Stages Theatre Festival, Neptune Theatre, Halifax, NS||2:00pm, 7:00pm|
In addition to the public show at our home base theatre, MIPAC, we’ll also be performing school matinee performances on June 4, 5, and 6 at 10:00am. The Tuesday and Wednesday are full, but if your local (Windsor, NS) school or child-care group wants to come to a weekday morning matinee on Thursday, June 6, we still have some room in that show. Call the office (798-5841) to book your group in now.
We’re also pleased to be performing in Halifax on June 7 and 8 at the Stages Theatre Festival, presented by Eastern Front Theatre. Public shows are at 7pm on Friday, and 2pm and 7pm on Saturday. A nice way to end a tour.
Have a good long weekend!