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Based on Jon Klassen's beloved book, I Want My Hat Back is a delightful, interactive, cumulative musical with a mischievous twist. Bear's hat is gone. He loves his hat. He wants it back! None of the animals in the forest have seen it... but wait! The joy of the tale lies in figuring out the explicit plot from the implicit details. Can the audience help Bear solve the mystery of his missing hat? The quirky humour, catchy songs, and dynamic visuals wink at the audience with a wry irreverence that will have everyone, young and old, thrilled to be in on the joke.
Be sure to catch this wonder of a show which
played at the National Theatre (UK) to critical acclaim! Book early as
tickets are bound to sell-out.
Highlights of the Show
I Want My Hat Back is an extraordinary piece of theatre for children, young people and families. It is stimulating, creative, and has social and literary breadth.
I Want My Hat Back incorporates audience interaction, dynamic visuals, unique staging techniques, creative use of props, and imaginative effects.
Want My Hat Back is a play
with strong educational value. It:
Deals with inventiveness, resourcefulness, and creative problem solving.
Allows the child to discover irony and subtext in the spoken/written word.
Encourages children to look beyond the obvious.
Stimulates the imagination and thinking outside of the box.
Nurtures in your child the
joy of books and reading by linking the page to the stage.
Introduces children to drama and dark comedy as a theatrical genre, and the musical as a theatrical style.
Question & Answer Session.
All our shows have a post-show Q&A session if possible. The Q&A helps
young audience members consolidate their thoughts of the show, clarify
any questions they might have on who, how, why and to ask the actors any
questions about themselves or how theatre is made.
Players Theatre is
pleased to be working with schools to supplement the Ministry of Education’s
STELLAR Literacy programme with our literature based theatre exposure and