Cow Over Moon’s Hansel & Gretel is a modern twist of the classic tale. In our show the brother and sister duo, who have long relied on gadgets and technology, suddenly find themselves in a situation where they have to rely on their cunning and instinct instead.
Will they make it to the Enchanted Gingerbread House without an iPhone, and what will they do when they meet the witch?
Watch Hansel and Gretel discover the importance of teamwork and truly understand the meaning of the words family and home.
With dancing, singing, improvisation and audience participation Hansel & Gretel has something for everyone.
Join us this winter in Toronto and Mississauga for a show that is fun for the whole family!
Red Sandcastle Theatre
922 Queen East
Wed Dec 3* at 10.30am
Wed Dec 3* at 1.30pm – SOLD OUT
Thu Dec 4* at 10.30am – SOLD OUT
Thu Dec 4* at 1.30pm – SOLD OUT
Fri Dec 5* at 10.30am – SOLD OUT
Sat Dec 6 at 2pm
Sun Dec 7 at 2pm
Maja Prentice Theatre
3650 Dixie Road
Tue Dec 9* at 10.30am
Wed Dec 10* at 10.30am
Thu Dec 11* at 10.30am
Fri Dec 12* at 10.30am
Sat Dec 13 at 2pm
Sun Dec 14 at 2pm
* Performances for school, groups and daycares as well as general public. Call 905.510.8210 for performance and group rate details.
$10 for children/seniors
$15 for adults
1 hour plus talk back
|Sarah ‘Pip’ Bradford – Stage Manager
Sarah ‘Pip’ Bradford has lived and worked in the Toronto theatre community for the past five years. She freelances as a technician and stage manager for many companies in Toronto, including The Randolph Academy of the Performing Arts, Aluna Theatre, Theatre Passe Muraille, Factory Theatre, Steady State Theatre, and the Toronto Fringe.Pip has a BA in Technical Theatre and Scenography from The University of King’s College in Halifax, is the founder of Art Is Hard, a grassroots arts philanthropy project, and sits on the board of Steady State Theatre Project.
|Laura Wilson – Associate Producer
This is Laura’s first foray into the world of producing, and she is very excited to be taking on this new challenge with such an amazing group! Her previous experience in theatre has been as a performer, and she has been lucky enough to take part in productions in genres ranging from Shakespeare to musical theatre. She even got to tap dance in a shiny gold vest as the title character in The Velveteen Rabbit.Recently returned from a few years in Vancouver, Laura got to live out her nerd dreams on such Sci-fi TV shows as Supernatural, Smallville and V, she also got some experience working in the world of fairy tales with a twist on ABC’s Once Upon A Time.
|Rebecca Vandevelde – Sound/Lighting Designer
Rebecca is a designer, technician, and anything-manager based in Toronto. Recent experiences include production/stage management for the national tour of You Should Have Stayed Home (Praxis) video co-design for Red Snow (Shanghai Dramatic Arts Festival); video design for IXOK’ (Panamerican Routes Festival); TD for Head a Tete (Theatre Direct, Canadian tour); venue technician & production work for The Toronto Fringe, Summerworks, Luminato festivals and the Toronto Festival of Clowns; and an apprenticeship in lighting and video design with scenographer Trevor Schwellnus. She is also an experienced video surtitler, production craftsperson, administrator, caterer, bartender, barista, and film festival venue manager; and holds a BA in Drama, History and speaking French sometimes from Glendon College at York.