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AUG 1-10
Saskatoon Fringe


"Catch Me in the Kitchen Story Adventures is a masterpiece of the imagination.

This show is nothing short of delightful, and enjoyable for the whole family.

They are dedicated to bringing each character to life, not only in the way they speak, but through their physical acting as well — flawless.

This lovely piece of storytelling theatre bears viewing more than once."


— Shelley Cook, Winnipeg Free Press


“ entertaining delight that promises to please audiences young and old… a magical showcase — one that makes a perfect introduction to the theatre.”

Joshua Chong, The Toronto Star

"We were delighted to host 'Catch me in the kitchen' at our school for our Kinder to Grade 3 students.  Ginette and Stephen's reimagined fairy tales kept the students at the edge of their seats waiting to see what would happen next!  The giggles were contagious and staff equally enjoyed the performance.  Ginette and Stephen are exceptionally good at captivating the young audience's attention with their dynamic performance.  We can't wait to see what they will come up with next!"

 - Anne Marie Jacoby, St. Cecilia School, Toronto

Directed by Liz Pounsett

Written by Ginette Mohr & Stephen LaFrenie

Performed by Ginette Mohr*, Stephen LaFrenie* & Chantale Groulx

Music by Tim Freeman & The Pickle Peppers

Backdrop design by Anne Solomon

 * appears courtesy of the Canadian Actors' Equity Association

Who will outsmart “the most handsome, most daring, most petrifyingly feared wolf in all the province of Ontario?” Join us for reimagined classic tales with delightful characters and surprising twists!


A joyous storytelling treat of a show!

Perfect for children ages 4-10 and families craving humorous and warm-hearted entertainment.


From the cocreators of
Night Feed ★★★★★ “Profoundly compelling.” – Now Magazine
Fool’s Gold ★★★★★ “...mastery of physical comedy” – Edmonton Sun

Snack Music ★★★★★ “The party starts as soon as you walk into the theatre.” – CBC

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