Manitoba Theatre for Young People : SUBSCRIPTIONS TO OUR NEW SEASON ON SALE NOW!

MTYP's new season begins in October, but subscribe now and you can guarantee your family a season full of entertainment and fun.

Bad Hats Theatre's (Toronto, ON)


October 18-27 • Ages 5+

Pirates. Lost Boys. A ticking crocodile. And a child who never wants to grow up. With live folk and jazz music, this award winning adaptation reimagines J.M. Barrie's for a new generation.

"...(celebrates) the joy of unfettered imagination." – The Globe and Mail


An MTYP Production and Tour

November 8-17 • Ages 8+

Thirteen year old James is caring for his unwell mother while helping to raise his younger sister. When a school trip comes up, James has to choose between caring for his family or what it would be like to care for himself for a change.


An MTYP Production

December 6-29 • Ages 3+

Waking from hibernation, Frog and Toad plant gardens, swim, rake leaves, go sledding and learn life lessons along the way. Part vaudeville and part make believe, A Year with Frog and Toad follows two best friends whose friendship endures throughout the seasons.

"It's really virtually impossible not to fall in love with." – CBC


A Last Great Hunt Production (Perth, Australia)

January 30-February 2 • Ages 8+

Bernie is a boisterous puppy waiting to be chosen from the animal shelter. Mabel is a lonely widow, trying to fill the hole in her heart. The day they find each other is the beginning of Bernie's next adventure.


Created and Produced by Santee Smith

Co-presented with Kaha:wi Dance Theatre (Toronto, ON)

February 21-29 • Ages 13+

Created by award-winning dance artist Santee Smith, The Mush Hole is a powerful and timely performance that uses song, dance and theatre to explore the lives and spirits of children who were forced to attend Ontario's Mohawk Institute residential school.


A Windmill Theatre Production (Adelaide, Australia)

March 20-29 • Ages 3+

Beep's crash landing in Mort's village disrupts both breakfast and the comfortably predictable life the villagers lead. Yet, when the robot Beep's power source starts to drain, it will be up to Mort and the villagers to help her.

"Forget Star Wars' BB-8 or Pixar's WALL-E, Beep is the most endearing robot of them all." – Adelaide Review


An MTYP Production and Tour

May 1-9 • Ages 5+

Two brothers share a room, a love of comic books and a rather strict routine. Jake is on the autism spectrum; his older brother Simon has to adhere to a routine to help Jake get through the day. When a televised spelling bee contest is announced, Simon sees an opportunity to be the centre of attention for a change.

Subscribe for as little as $36. Call 204.942.8898