Canada’s leading educational musical series, EAC’s ‘Once Upon a Tune’ musicals, have become a staple educational field trip for Ontario and Quebec elementary schools. About 50,000 students and teachers will see this exciting, interactive, curriculum-integrated show. Book early so your students don’t miss out — many performances sell out far in advance.
ON TOUR FEB-JUNE 2020
JK-3 • Approx 55 mins
Goldi loves to play her electric guitar -all the time…. When her mom takes it away, Goldi runs off into the forest where she meets the three bears. Along the journey, Goldi learns there is more to life than her guitar, like family and friends.
It’s a wacky musical twist on the traditional “Goldilocks and the Three Bears” fairly tale. With fun sing-along songs, humor for all ages, fanciful costumes and sets, and a cast of 12, BeanStock will be one of the best theatre experiences your school will have.
- Professional full-scale musical with 12 performers
- High-energy, sing-along fun for JK to Grade 3
- FREE Teachers Resource Guide and audio resource
- Wonderful introduction to live theatre
- Great addition to your fairy tale, literacy, music and drama curriculums
Some quotes from our latest Once Upon a Tune tour:
The performances are fantastic! The actors and actresses are so talented, great songs, great sets and plots to the performances. There are tons of curricular connections and ways to bring the play back to the classroom. This is my second year attending an Education Arts presentation and I’ve be so thrilled with both experiences, thank you so much!Charles Bowman Public School
An excellent experience for students to attend a live performance which captivated their attention throughout the entire performance.Sweet’s Corner Elementary School
The show was extremely engaging and all of the students, teachers and adults thoroughly enjoyed it. It was the right amount of audience interaction and fun for all ages! Divine Infant Elementary School
We have attended as a large primary division (K-3) the last three performances and have loved every one of them. The performances are highly engaging and include lots of opportunities to move around and engage with the performers by joining in with singing and dancing. The performances have taken classic tales that students love and add dashes of current culture (e.g., the dab, flossing, current pop stars).– Power Glen School
2020 GoldiRocks Tour (Subject to change)
Feb 24-27 Markham • Markham Theatre March 2-5 Vaughan • City Playhouse March 9 Newmarket • Newmarket Theatre March 10 Peterborough • ShowPlace Performing Arts Centre March 11-12 Milton • Milton Performing Arts March 24-26 Scarborough • P C Ho Theatre March 27 Brampton • The Rose Theatre
March 30 St Catharine's • Partridge Hall March 31 Petrolia • Victoria Playhouse April 1 Cobourg • Victoria Hall
April 2 Mississauga • Meadowvale Theatre April 3 Oakville • Meeting House April 6 Orillia • Orillia Opera House April 7 Huntsville • Algonquin Theatre April 14-15 Waterloo • Humanities Theatre April 16 Brantford • Sanderson Centre April 17 Toronto • Hart House Theatre April 20-21 Barrie • Georgian College Theatre April 22 Blyth • Blyth Memorial Hall April 23 Chatham • Capitol Theatre April 24 London • Forest City Community Church April 27 Ajax • Forest Brook Church April 28-29 Oshawa • Regent Theatre April 30 Hamilton • Mohawk College May 1 Keswick • Stephen Leacock Theatre May 4 Brockville • Brockville Arts Centre May 5-6 Kingston, The Grand Theatre May 7 Lindsay • Academy Theatre May 11 Windsor • Pentastar Theatre
May 12 Sarnia • Imperial Theatre
May 13 Walkerton • Walkerton Community School
May 14-15 Owen Sound • Roxy Theatre
May 25 Montreal • Oscar Peterson Theatre
May 26 Ottawa • Bronson Centre
May 27 Ottawa • Harold Shenkman Hall
May 28 Oshawa • Oshawa Little Theatre
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