Mar 10 – Apr 5, 2020
Best enjoyed by All Ages
A Message about COVID-19 to our Patrons
Children’s Theatre Company’s highest priority is the health and safety of young people, our patrons, our staff and our community. In an effort to help reduce the spread of COVID-19, we are canceling all performances and education programs beginning immediately through Sunday, April 5. This includes our current productions of Spamtown, USA and The Rainbow Fish.
To ensure the highest levels of customer service, our ticket office will be directly in touch with all patrons who have tickets to canceled performances and they will have a variety of options.
This original stage adaptation of Marcus Pfister’s colorful stories uses innovative puppetry, striking scenic effects, and delightful original music that will mesmerize the entire family. Together, you’ll travel with the beautiful Rainbow Fish through the great unknown deep sea, discover new worlds, meet a wise octopus and a helpful starfish, and learn what it means to share your most prized possession.
Produced by Mermaid Theatre of Nova Scotia
Written and Illustrated by Marcus Pfister
Directed and Designed by Jim Morrow
Composed by Steven Naylor
The Rainbow Fish by Marcus Pfister™ ©1992 NorthSouth Books, Inc. Licensed by RJM Licensing, Inc
1 hour with no intermission
Best enjoyed by
UnitedHealth Group Stage
Available for children 3 years and younger
Things to Know About the Show
- This show was created by Mermaid Theatre in Nova Scotia, Canada. It is based on the books The Rainbow Fish, Rainbow Fish Discovers the Deep Sea, and Opposites by Marcus Pfister.
- The puppets are painted with fluorescent paint, so they glow under black light! Along with visual storytelling, the show features pre-recorded music and narration of the stories.
- You may remember Mermaid Theatre from our 2013 – 2014 Season, in which they presented The Very Hungry Caterpillar and Other Eric Carle Favorites!
Plan Your Visit
Children’s Theatre Company is proud to offer information, tips, advice and handy guides so that our patrons’ theatre experiences are as rich, pleasant and convenient as possible. Whether you have been coming to CTC for generations or are a first time audience member, you’ll find everything you need to plan a memorable outing with us.
A Message from the Artistic Director
Learn more about The Rainbow Fish from Peter C. Brosius, CTC Artistic Director, as he sits down to talk about the show.
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