Biscuit

Biscuit

Produced by ArtsPower

Little Girl is thrilled when she receives Biscuit as a birthday present, but will this rambunctious puppy learn how to behave and accept being part of a family? Based on the iconic series of books by Alyssa Satin Capucilli and illustrator Pat Schories, ArtsPower's popular musical features a frolicking little puppy who loves exploring, making new friends, and even stirring up some mischief. With over 23 million books in print, Biscuit is a modern classic!

Grade: K - 3
Duration: 55 min

Curriculum Connections

Subject(s): The Arts, English
Curriculum Strand(s): Dance, Drama, Music, and Visual Arts (K to gr.3), English - Oral Communication, Reading, Writing (K to gr.2), English - Oral Communication, Reading, Writing and Media Literacy (gr.3)
Big Ideas: This production is a musical adventure that explores themes of cooperation, making new friends and caring for animals.

Ticket Information
  • Call 905-615-4720 or email meadowvale.boxoffice@mississauga.ca to book a performance
  • Receive one complimentary ticket for every 10 tickets booked
  • Contact the Box Office for details about Free Busing for Mississauga schools sponsored by Holly Frontier Lubricants & Specialty Products Division
Tuesday, May 12, 2020 - 10:00am
Tickets
Student: $10.00
Contact Us:
For more information contact:
Meadowvale Theatre Box Office
905-615-4720

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