ABOUT THE SHOW
“Safe?” said Mr. Beaver; “don’t you hear what Mrs. Beaver tells you? Who said anything about safe? ‘Course he isn’t safe. But he’s good. He’s the King, I tell you.”
This Christmas, 9th Hour Theatre Company brings back the deep magic of Narnia to the Ottawa stage with the beloved characters and timeless story by C.S. Lewis. Rediscover the magic of Narnia through the magic of theatre with this classic tale of good and evil, talking animals, the bravery of children, and a sacrifice of love.
This production is generally suitable for all ages, with recommended ages being 6 and up for children able to appreciate and sit through a live theatre performance. The total running time is approximately 2 hours and 15 minutes, which includes an intermission.
TICKETS & SHOW TIMES
Tickets for all performances are general admission (“first come, first served” seating), and are available for purchase through the box office at the Shenkman Arts Centre in Orleans and the Meridian Theatres at Centrepointe in Nepean, by calling 1-866-752-5231, or online through the links below:
School performances, with reduced pricing, are scheduled for Friday, December 14th (12pm noon) at the Shenkman Arts Centre and Thursday, December 20th (12pm noon) at the Meridian Theatres at Centrepointe. Reduced ticket prices are available to home school groups with 10 students or more. Limited seating for these performances are also open to the general public at regular pricing. To book tickets for your class or school, please email 9th Hour Theatre Company directly by info at 9th-hour.ca.
This Christmas, 9th Hour is pleased to accept donations after every performance of The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe on behalf of our partnering charity.
OrKidstra is a social development program that empowers kids from under-served Ottawa communities by teaching life skills – such as teamwork, commitment, respect and pride in achievement – through playing and singing music together. OrKidstra began in 2007 with 27 children and the passionate belief in the transformative power of music. It has since grown to include over 700 children, ages 5-18, from 42 cultural and linguistic backgrounds, and has become a world-class example of why music is called the universal language.
THE ARTISTIC TEAM
RUTH ALLISON (Costume Designer) | CARE BALDWIN (Assistant Director) | DALENE GALLO (Make-up & Hair Designer) | GEORGE DUTCH (Dramaturge) | JONATHAN HARRIS (Director) | CAMERON A. MACDONALD (Lighting Designer) | SUSAN MARRINER (Graphics Designer) | CALEB ROBINSON (Assistant Make-up Designer) | TERESA SEASONS (Properties Designer) | MARGARET SMITH (Composer) | ANDREA STEINWAND (Set Designer) | J. KATRINA WONG (Sound Designer)
THE PRODUCTION TEAM
FLO ALEXANDER (Production & Hospitality Coordinator) | ISABEL BATTEN (Second Assistant Stage Manager) | ALEXANDRA BENDER (Community Engagement Director) | SHARON DICKSON (Stage Manager) | SARAH KNOWLES (Production Photographer) JENNA LAFORET (Costume Assistant) | ROB LINKE (Managing Director) | CAMERON A. MACDONALD (Technical Director) | TINA SEGRETO (Front-of-House Manager) | CHRIS SPENCER (Promotional Videographer) | TANYA SYLVESTER (Assistant Stage Manager)
THE ENSEMBLE CAST
TROY ARSENIAN (A Centaur) | MARISOL CAVAS (Lucy) | TOM CHARLEBOIS (Father Christmas) | GEORGE DUTCH (Mr. Beaver) | GABRIELLA GADSBY (The Dwarf) | ABIGAIL GRAVES (An Elf) | PETER GRAVES (Aslan) | KENNY HAYES (Mr. Tumnus) | JULIE KEVAN (Mrs. Beaver) | IAN MCMULLEN (Peter) | CARLEY RICHARDS (Fenris Ulf) | MORGAN ROY (A Unicorn) | REBECCA RUSSELL (The White Witch) | JACOB SEGRETO (Edmund) | CLARA SILCOFF (Susan)
Partner with 9th Hour in Telling The Story through charitable giving this season.