Presented by Theatre Sarnia Junior Youth Group
In the fairy tale criminal justice system, the characters from fairy tales and nursery rhymes are represented by two separate yet equally ridiculous groups: the fairy tale police who investigate fairy tale crime, and the fairy tale district attorneys who prosecute the fairy tale offenders. These are their stories !
Presented by Theatre Sarnia Intermediate Youth Group
Tons of fun and physical comedy energize this truly “wild” one-act farce. Revolu
tionary pet therapist Dr. Marla Brett has recently developed a new pill that she claims will help people better understand their pets. Her protégé, Dr. Lizzie Linkester, is overjoyed to handle the trial run of the new drug at her veterinarian clinic. Eager patients, including a US senator, a farmer, and an exterminator, flood the clinic in hopes of learning to communicate better with their pets. But medical breakthrough turns to chaos as the pet owners return, suffering from an unforeseen side effect — they’re now starting to act like their animals! Skillfully written so that each actor has his or her moment in the spotlight, you won’t be barking up the wrong tree when you see this riotous show. It’s the cat’s meow!
Please support these two youth groups...they are the future of Theatre Sarnia
February 21, 2019 - 7:00 p.m.
February 22, 2019 - 7:00 p.m.
168 Christina Street North,
PO Box 43, Sarnia, Ontario
N7T 7H8, Canada
There are approximately 100 spaces on Christina Street and the adjacent streets, all within 5 minute walk of the Imperial Theatre. There is a 2 hr free on street parking limit Monday to Friday until 6 pm. Parking on street is free all day on Saturday and Sunday and after 6 pm every evening. Parking rates vary during the day Monday to Friday until 6 pm. After 6 pm parking is free, as well as all day on Saturday and Sunday.