JUNGLE BOOK

Written & Directed by Craig Francis & Rick Miller
Adapted from the works of Rudyard Kipling
Produced by Kidoons and WYRD Productions in association with The 20K Collective

ON THE MAINSTAGE FEB. 13-MAR. 21, 2020
RECOMMENDED FOR SK-GRADE 6 | AGES 5 & UP

Performance Calendar

Curriculum Connections

Gallery

Description

PLEASE NOTE: Young People’s Theatre has cancelled the remainder of its 2019.20 season, including all remaining performances of Jungle Book (Mar. 14-21) due to growing global concern around the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. Learn more.

A wild ride awaits in this inventive and timely take on the beloved classic! An immersive multi-media adaptation, Jungle Book will transport you from the urban jungle to Mowgli’s childhood in the forests of India – with Baloo the Bear, Bagheera the Panther, and more of your favourites along for the journey!

“BEAUTIFULLY EXECUTED. INCREDIBLY INVENTIVE…
Adults will be no less delighted by the production than will children.”
– Stage Door

“There is RAPTUROUS JOY in this ‘Jungle Book’. It’s a definite go to and MUST SEE for the family.”
– Onstage Blog

“An IMAGINATIVE, BEAUTIFUL PRODUCTION. For a story with such dark content, this production does a phenomenal job of adjusting its scarier parts for its intended younger audience…age-appropriate, stunningly designed, and immensely fun.”
– Broadway World

Ancestral Teaching: Exploring the concept of Respect challenges both the conventions of colonialism and the continuing human domination of the animal world.

Runs approx. 70 min.*
*Run time does not include the post-show Q&A that takes place immediately after most performances (with the exception of previews or cancellations due to unforeseen circumstances).

Enter our Jungle Book-inspired Video Contest! 

Cast

Program & Study Guide

PROGRAM

STUDY GUIDE

Drama Workshop

Curriculum Connections

Full-Day Kindergarten Curriculum; The Arts – Drama and Music; Science and Technology – environmental education and life systems: Language Arts; Health and Physical Education – healthy living; Social Studies – heritage and identity, people and environments

7 Ancestral Teachings

Respect

Themes

Humanity’s place in the natural world, Finding one’s community, Navigating power and hierarchy

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Performance Calendar

Calendar

  • March
  • Public
  • School and Groups
MonTueWedThuFriSatSun
1
11AM | Relaxed Performance2:30PM
23
10:15AM
45
10:15AM1PM
6
10:15AM
7
11AM2:30PM
8
1PM4PM
910
10:15AM
11
10:15AM
12
10:15AM
1314
2:30PM7PM
15
11AM2:30PM
1617
March Break11AM2PM
18
March Break11AM2PM
19
March Break11AM2PM
20
March Break11AM
21
2:30PM
22
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Members of the public are welcome to attend weekday school performances, subject to availability, at regular Family/Public ticket prices. Please call 416.862.2222 to inquire.