Finding Home: A Salmon Journey Up the Humber River

Created and performed by Alexandra Simpson and Morgan Brie Johnson

Directed and dramaturged by Rebecca Northan
 
Original compositions by Anders Azzopardi, Stefan Hegerat and Sabine Ndalamba
 
Stage management by Rebecca Ballarin
 
Puppet creation by Alexandra Simpson, Morgan Johnson and Nina Keogh
 
Special thanks to Martha Ross
 

An Animacy Theatre Collective Production
Presented and Co-Produced by Theatre Direct

Come along for this outdoor adventure performed by two clowns with giant puppets accompanied by a trio of live musicians @ King’s Mill Park
(21 Old Mill Road, Toronto)

School Performances: Tuesday October 12 to Friday October 15, 2021
Public Performances: Saturday October 16 and Sunday October 17, 2021
10am | 2pm
Ages: 5 to 10

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Finding Home: A Salmon Journey Up the Humber River is the story of two best friends, who also happen to be salmon from Lake Ontario. Beagle and Sojo do everything together (as true best friends always do) – until one day Beagle starts to change and gets the urge to set off on an adventure upstream, whether Sojo wants to come or not. It’s tough to swim against the current of the Humber River and the two face all kinds of challenges together: fishermen, pollution, sharp rocks, and rapids. Along the way they learn what it means to ‘reach maturity’, what it means to be a real friend, how beautiful it is to complete your life cycle, and why salmon really are the Rockstar’s of the fish world!
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