Jillian Jiggs

Jillian Jiggs

To Be Determined Theatre Co.

"Jillian, Jillian, Jillian Jiggs your room looks like it was lived in by pigs!"

Jillian has no end of adventures to travel through, but her mother does! Can Jillian travel the world and back in time for dinner... and clean her room before her mother comes back? With the help of her friends she will certainly try. This incredibly engaging journey is full of live music, dance, comedy, audience interaction and special surprises.

Jillian Jiggs', book by Pheobe Gilman, adaptation by Alexandra Lent, music & lyrics by Andrew Nagel & Brianna Gorsline. Performances by To Be Determined Theatre Co. Based on the book The Treasury of Jillian Jiggs. Copyright 2008 by Phoebe Gilman. Published by Scholastic Canada Ltd.

"I am so impressed that you kept them engaged from beginning to end. They were in a made up world with you for the entire show!"
-- Teacher, Branksome Hall

Recommended Audience: Ages 3 - 9

School Group rate available.

Thursday, February 1, 2018 - 10:00am to 11:00am
Tickets
Child: $10.00 tax incl.
Adult: $16.00 tax incl.

Supported By

Food Sponsor: Domino's Partner
Contact Us
For more Information Contact:
Meadowvale Theatre Box Office
905-615-4720 ext. 2588

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