Fun and games with Toopy & Binoo

Victoria tots will be dancing in their seats when preschool pals Toopy and Binoo come to town Oct. 19.

Victoria tots will be dancing in their seats when preschool pals Toopy and Binoo come to town Oct. 19

Following their previous Toopy and Binoo and the Marshmallow Moon tour, BFFs Toopy and Binoo return to the live stage in Koba Entertainment’s latest musical extravaganza, Toopy and Binoo: Fun and Games.

Based on the best-selling children’s books by Dominique Jolin, the show features elements of music, theatre, dance, puppetry and innovative multimedia technology, coming together in an off-the-wall family experience.

Blending optimism, imagination and spontaneity in the duo’s quest to find the best game ever, the story unfolds when a toy chest full of mismatched games and puzzles ignites Toopy and Binoo’s imagination.

Plenty of fun – and games – follow, including dancing with Xs and Os, wiggling with smiling snakes, and trying to outsmart a gang of dancing ladders, not to mention tea-partying cats, energetic Dusteroos and a flock of fun-loving sheep, as the two friends embark on their wacky, interactive adventure.

The dynamic duo are on the McPherson Playhouse stage Oct. 19  for two afternoon shows, possible thanks to the all-star creative team that includes award-winning choreographer Patti Caplette as writer and director and musical director (and JUNO Award-winner) Norman Foote.

Tickets are available online at Ticketmaster.ca or by phone at1-855-985-5000. For for more details, see www.ToopyAndBinooOnTour.com

Victoria tots will be dancing in their seats when preschool pals Toopy and Binoo come to town Oct. 19

Following their previous Toopy and Binoo and the Marshmallow Moon tour, BFFs Toopy and Binoo return to the live stage in Koba Entertainment’s latest musical extravaganza, Toopy and Binoo: Fun and Games.

Based on the best-selling children’s books by Dominique Jolin, the show features elements of music, theatre, dance, puppetry and innovative multimedia technology, coming together in an off-the-wall family experience.

Blending optimism, imagination and spontaneity in the duo’s quest to find the best game ever, the story unfolds when a toy chest full of mismatched games and puzzles ignites Toopy and Binoo’s imagination.

Plenty of fun – and games – follow, including dancing with Xs and Os, wiggling with smiling snakes, and trying to outsmart a gang of dancing ladders, not to mention tea-partying cats, energetic Dusteroos and a flock of fun-loving sheep, as the two friends embark on their wacky, interactive adventure.

The dynamic duo are on the McPherson Playhouse stage Oct. 19  for two afternoon shows, possible thanks to the all-star creative team that includes award-winning choreographer Patti Caplette as writer and director and musical director (and JUNO Award-winner) Norman Foote.

Tickets are available online at Ticketmaster.ca or by phone at1-855-985-5000. For for more details, see www.ToopyAndBinooOnTour.com

 

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