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Guest Productions

Table Top Tales (The Halloween Edition)

Co-created by SNAFU and The Snack Music Collective
Presented by Theatre Direct
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Family Performances
at the Wychwood Theatre

Saturday October 29,  2PM
Sunday October 30,  11AM & 2PM



Family stories come to life! From the creators of the festival hit Snack Music comes a brand new work created especially for children 4 years and up. Table Top Tales is an adventure in storytelling, puppetry and music. Join us in a cozy, playful setting as we share stories of family and friends, and the adventures and challenges of growing up. Parents and children will be invited to tell a story from their family lore: funny stories, scary stories, embarrassing stories, silly stories, heart-warming stories, even sad stories. Families can come to the theatre in Halloween costumes and share their most memorable Halloween stories!

Creative Credits

Directed and Co-Created by Ginette Mohr
Co-Created and Performed by Andrew G. Young, Elliott Loran*, and Ingrid Hansen
Design Consultant: Andy Miller
Collaborators: Anne Soloman & Tim Freeman
Table Top Tales was developed with the support of Theatre Direct
*Artist appears with the permission of the Canadian Actor’s Equity Association

About SNAFU & The Snack Music Collective


Photos by Dahlia Katz

The Snack Music Collective was formed by Ginette Mohr, Elliott Loran, Ingrid Hansen and Andrew G. Young in 2015 with an inaugural performance of Snack Music at the Next Stage Festival. The team looks forward to taking their shows on tour this summer to the Edge of the Woods Festival in Muskoka and the Puppets UP! Festival in Almonte, Ontario.

SNAFU is an award-winning company most recently known for producing Little Orange Man and Kitt & Jane: A Survival Guide to the Near-Post-Apocalyptic Future. The company’s work creates dynamic spaces for people of all ages to experience art together under new terms. SNAFU’s creative collaborations connect multi-disciplinary artists in theatre, storytelling, puppetry, dance, live music, and visual art. Spectators are invited to have an active role in the action as it unfolds.


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SNAFU & The Snack Music Collective gratefully acknowledges the support of the Ontario Arts Council and the Toronto Arts Council.