kids and company fort frances ontario childrens theatre

About Kids and Company

We introduce children and their families in the Fort Frances / Rainy River district to a wide spectrum of diverse entertainment to both foster an appreciation of the arts and to enhance the quality of life within our Northern community through unique and creative music, dance and drama.

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Tickets Information:

Season Pass : $35.00
Individual Shows : $12.00
Children 3 and under : FREE
Groups 10 or more : Call Tara 271-0320
Passports available at the Fort Frances Public Library, Betty’s, Revco Carpet and The Coffee Landing.

All shows at Townshend Theatre, located at the Fort Frances High School.

Tickets & Passports always available at the door, they never completely sellout.

Questions regarding season pass?
Call Tara (807) 271-0320

Fall 2017 & 2018 Session Pass

Session passes for Fall 2017 & 2018 are now avaiable and ready for purchase via PayPal.

 

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Raw Metal

Date: Oct. 23, 2017 @ 6:30PM

The four male dancers of Australia’s Raw Metal push dance to the outer limits, combining traditional tap dance with innovative street rhythms and astonishing feats of athleticism. Like Fred Astaire in Zero G, they move with fearless grace.

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Al Simmons

Date: Nov. 27, 2017 @ 6:30PM

Juno Award winner Al Simmons is a creative genius whose charm and humanity have won over a legion of fans at theaters and festivals around the world. His highly original performances of profound wackiness and his off-the-wall inventions take the arts of Music and Comedy to unparalleled heights of hilarity.

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The Three Musketeers

Date: Jan. 29, 2018 @ 6:30PM

Want to join the bravest crew in all of France and protect the King? Young country lad D’Artagnan sure does, and has trained his whole life to do so. But he discovers it’s not so simple in DuffleBag’s adaptation of the timeless Alexandre Dumas adventure!

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The Prisoner of Tehran

Date: Feb. 13, 2018

This is a FFHS Performance only and will be seen during school hours.
The Keynote for this performance is Marina Nemat speaking her story from her best seller book “Prisoner of Tehran”. The work is a spoken memoir within a landscape of movement with MOTUS O dance theatre followed by a Q & A with the audience.

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Jillian Jiggs

Date: April. 02, 2018

To some, Miss Jiggs might come across as a young lady who doesn’t want to clean her room. In fact that is not the case at all. She really, really does wants to clean her room, and has every intention of doing so. That was until something caught her eye. A broom, a scrap piece of paper, buttons, rubber gloves, card board boxes, duvets.

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