Hello Teachers and Administrators!
Today we have a treat for you: a look backstage at our production of Dadventure by Andrew Taylor in May 2016. You can see Andrew Taylor, Jackie Green and Crispi Lord working hard in this scene on the pirate ship Notachance.
Good day Teachers and Administrators, Here’s a clip from a previous Munsch collection. This should give you an idea of how Munsch Mania will look in your school but keep in mind the kids participate throughout the performance, they sing the songs and round out the show. The stories presented here are written by Robert … Continue reading Munsch More For You!→
I just wanted to say how WONDERFUL & ENTERTAINING the puppet show was on Wednesday. Ashley, Caitlyn and Jacklyn did a fantastic job!!! They were so professional, funny and had so MUCH energy. We can’t wait until next year for your next show!!!
Rhonda Gregus, St. Michael’s School, Bow Island
Once again my students and staff were very impressed with the show. The performers were very enthusiastic and well prepared. All of our students from Pre-K to Grade 8 enjoyed the show. Columbia School, Yorkton, Saskatchewan
Today we had a puppet show at our school and I must tell you how impressed we were. The teachers and students just loved it. The Grade One teacher said “that was the best puppet show I have ever seen!”. All the teachers agreed. We were impressed with how engaged the students were.
I was impressed with how the three performers took charge and organized the students and make everything so easy for us. Thanks again for a great morning!
Lin Hylton, Principal, Ethel Milliken School
I just wanted to drop you this note to tell you that Mammoth Munsch is all-capitals-with-a-period-after-every-letter F.A.N.T.A.S.T.I.C.!!! It seems to me that the performers actually enjoy what they’re doing and that they really like kids. Or they’re just really good at pretending. And if that’s the case, they deserve an Oscar ‘cause it looked and sounded like they were having a great time! Our students loved the show, as did the adults. Thanks for a really great afternoon!!
Janet Jackson, SERT / Vice-Principal, Hepburn School
The first three performances of our tour in 2015 were donated to community schools in Saskatoon via a random draw on December 1st. Congratulations to our winners: Bishop Roborecki, Westmount Community School and Howard Coad School. We will be giving away three performances in 2017. Email us tour[at]wideopen[dot]ca to be included in the draw! (performances must take place in Saskatoon).