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Our Touring Productions

MTYP is committed to accessibility and inclusion for all young people, regardless of their geographical location or their socio-economic status. We believe live theatre develops healthy, creative, lively children. We bring creative content to schools that augment the curriculum and offer educators new ways to enhance their students' learning.

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Study Guides

Did you know? MTYP offers free downloadable study guides for all of its shows! You may prepare your group for their live theatre experience on our MTYP Study Guide page.


By Michael Miller | An MTYP Production

TOURING MANITOBA November 2 - December 18, 2015, January 4-29, February 16-26, 2016
FOR GRADES: 4 – 12
RUNNING TIME: 60 minutes

A powerful story of courage and perseverance, The Power of Harriet T is based on the story of Harriet Tubman, who fled slavery and risked her life to help others find safe haven in Canada via the Underground Railroad. Harriet believed that if she could escape, others could too, and she worked with the network of people who hid and guided slaves north to freedom. She was completely devoted to the idea that "all people are created equal".

"Powerful message sent about acceptance, tolerance and celebration of differences." - Glenwood School

"It was fabulous. The kids were mesmerized by the play - that speaks wonders about the quality. Issues of racism have their roots in history and the students see racism every day." - Elwick School

Themes: Black History, Perseverance, Overcoming Barriers, Leadership, Respect, Human Rights, The Underground Railroad, Racism and Discrimination




Adapted by Monica Dufault from the book by Kenneth Oppel | Produced in Association with Carousel Players

TOURING MANITOBA April 4 - May 15, 2016
FOR GRADES: Nursery - Grade 3
RUNNING TIME: 60 minutes


A brave young girl named Peg sets out on a great adventure to climb Mount Everest. She travels across the world by boat, train and water buffalo until she reaches the Himalayas. After dodging an avalanche, she befriends a mysterious Yeti who helps her reach the top of the mountain. Led by Peg's parents, the audience participates in the expedition by creating the imaginary events and places along the way.

“The avalanche was awesome ... Walking up into the boat was fun ... I liked the songs they sang ... The yeti head and hands were so cool." - Kindergarten student from Southern Ontario

"The students as young as 4 and as old as 9 equally enjoyed the performance. They all could relate to Peg's adventurous spirit and enjoyed helping to create the surroundings of Peg's imaginary events and places. The characters were fabulous, held the audience's attention for the entire hour! Excellent study guide." - Lakeview School, Grimsby, Ontario

Themes: Children's Literature, Imagination and Creative Play, Friendship and Teamwork, Problem Solving, Kindness

Rural schools or organizations interested in booking a touring production please call MTYP's Tour Coordinator toll free at 1-877-871-6897 or fill out the Tour Booking Form.

Tour Fees (maximum audience size is 300 people)

One Show: $650 + GST
Two Shows, Same Location: $1250 + GST
Community Show: $1250 + GST