Judy Moody & Stink

Judy Moody & Stink

Produced by ArtsPower

Dynamic sister and brother duo, Judy Moody and Stink, take audiences on a hilarious musical adventure. As usual, Judy is in a mood. After seeing her classmate's picture on the front page of the newspaper, Judy wants to be famous and sets off to find fame and happiness. All the while, Stink and his foul-smelling sneakers become a real distraction as he vies for the coveted Golden Clothespin Award. Judy Moody and Stink are the perfect pair for their imperfect capers that lead to fun, mystery, sibling rivalry, and, in the end, true friendship.

Grade: K - 6
Duration: 55 min

Curriculum Connections

Subject: The Arts, English
Curriculum Strand: Dance, Drama, Music, and Visual Arts (gr. 2-6), English - Oral Communication, Reading, Writing (gr.2), English - Oral Communication, Reading, Writing and Media Literacy (gr.3-6)
Big Ideas: This production explores themes of friendship, family

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, April 7, 2020 - 10:00am
Tickets
Student: $10.00
Contact Us
For more information contact:
Meadowvale Theatre Box Office
905-615-4720

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