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Lig & Bittle

By Elyne Quan & Jared Matsunaga-Turnbull

Directed by Tracy Carroll

Touring Elementary Schools
January 30-February 10, 2012

2002 Sterling Award Winner!

School shows at the Westbury Theatre, TransAlta Arts Barns
10330 84 Avenue       
January 26, 2012, 10 am and 1 pm
January 27, 2012, 1 pm
Tickets are $7 per person but must be booked through Irene Kunda, Bookings Coordinator, Concrete Theatre: bookings@concretetheatre.ca or (780) 439-3905

Public shows at the Westbury Theatre, TransAlta Arts Barns
10330 84 Avenue
January 27, 2012, 7 pm
January 28, 2012, 11 am and 2 pm
Adult Tickets: $18.90
Senior/Student Tickets: $15.75
Child (12 and under) Tickets: $13.13
These prices include all service charges and tax.
These tickets are available at the Fringe Box Office or through their website: www.fringetheatreadventures.ca

 

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“Lig & Bittle is a charmer of a physical comedy about the desire to blend in…The writing is deft, light, non-preachy and knowing.”
Liz Nicholls, Edmonton Journal

“Dear Lig & Bittle: I learned from your play that you don’t pick on others and different people are OK.”
Mat, Grade 2 Student

Praise for past Elementary productions:

I can only praise Concrete Theatre for their great work! From the booking agent to the cast and crew, it was an absolute delight to work with them… I am already counting down until next year’s performance!”
Lindy Bonn, Children’s Program Coordinator, Yellowhead County

 

 

We are bringing back a company favorite…

Lig & Bittle is about two people trying to find their place in a hard-to-fit-in world. Lig who is big and Bittle who is little are invited to Perfeckt Phitt – a mysterious place where they will fit in. On their adventure they discover many things about themselves, about friendship and about what it means to be different from those around you. This engaging and energetic production celebrates the diversity in all of us.

Curriculum Ties:
• Aligned with the goals of Elementary social studies that include recognition and respect for individual identity and values of social compassion, fairness.
• General Outcome 5 of the Elementary English Language Arts Program: “Respect Others and Strengthen Community” and the specific outcome of appreciating diversity.

50 minutes with a 5-10 minute Q & A.

For more information or to book a school show in your gym or community please contact:
Irene Kunda, Bookings Coordinator 
780-439-3905 or bookings@concretetheatre.ca

2011- 2012 Production Information:

Starring:
Ming Hudson
Paul Welch

Directed by Tracy Carroll
Production Design by Marissa Kochanski
Sound Design by Jay Lind
Stage Managed by Betty Hushlak

Photography by Epic Photography

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