Artist: Mermaid Theatre of Nova Scotia
Windsor, Nova Scotia
Venue: Max Bell Theatre
Length: 60 minutes
Age: 3 and up
Join Us: ASD, ESL, Kids with Hearing, Mobility Impairments
Using innovative puppetry and black light effects, Mermaid Theatre of Nova Scotia has made an international name for itself with visually entrancing productions that bring children’s classics to life. Their brand new adaptation of The Rainbow Fish by Marcus Pfister inspires audiences across the nation with an award-winning story exploring beauty, cooperation, and generosity.
Performance Dates and Times:
Thursday, May 24 at 10:00 AM
Thursday, May 24 at 12:30 PM
Friday, May 25 at 12:30 PM
Friday, May 25 at 6:00 PM* *Pyjama Party – wear your pyjamas!
Saturday, May 26 at 3:00 PM
All sales are final. Tickets will not be refunded or exchanged. Latecomers will only be seated if there is an appropriate break in the performance. Latecomers not admitted to a performance will not receive a refund.
Children who have not celebrated their 2nd birthday may sit on an adult's lap without a ticket to the show. They may not take up a seat without a ticket.
Everyone 2 years and over must have a ticket to attend.
Max Bell Theatre
Ideal for: Performances and recitals
Accessibility: Theatre seating includes wheelchair accessible seats
Included: Fully customizable lighting and A/V options
Located on the south-east corner of Arts Commons, the traditional style of the Max Bell theatre breathes elegance, and is home to one of Calgary’s foremost theatre companies, Theatre Calgary.
A proscenium theatre, Max Bell Theatre has wrap-around seating on three levels and is versatile in scope through its adjustable seating and staging features. Moveable hinged box seats on both sides of the auditorium near the stage can be angled toward centre stage, left flat against the side walls or positioned somewhere in between creating a proscenium opening which can be adjusted from 35 to 75 feet in width. In 2016, Max Bell Theatre received a major face-lift, with all of its seats replaced, and a new paint job throughout. The audio systems in the theatre were upgraded from analog, to state-of-the-art digital in 2014, and today it remains at the top of industry standard for theatres in Canada.
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