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Roseneath Theatre specializes in touring productions to venues across North America and beyond.


Please contact Managing Director Annemieke Wade at if you are interested in presenting Roseneath Theatre at your venue.

Illustration by Claudia Davila. Two children cheer under a tree shedding money instead of leaves.

The Money Tree

by Robert Watson

When Shasta’s father loses his job, she is devastated to learn that previously laid plans for her upcoming birthday party must be significantly downsized. Shasta and her new friend Simon meet a mysterious Traveler who gives them a seed that will make a tree grow leaves of money.

Grades 1-6


Themes: Friendship, Classism, Equity, Identity, Bullying

The main character in La Maleta (The Suitcase) leans on her suitcase sadly.

La Maleta

by Beatriz Pizano

The story of Roca, a ten-year old refugee who escapes her native Colombia. Incorporating both Spanish and English, ‘La Maleta (The Suitcase)’ will engage students’ imaginations and provide insight into what a new student who doesn’t speak their language might be feeling and thinking.

Grades 1-6


Themes: Immigration, Imagination, Bullying

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Ladies and Gentlemen, Boys and Girls

by Dave Deveau

Ladies and Gentlemen, Boys and Girls follows the story of 9-year-old Fiona who comes out as a boy and wants to be called Fin. Fin has always had this feeling – knowing something is different but not knowing what it was or how to say it. As Fin cuts his hair short and changes his name, his family works to understand and adjust to Fin’s gender identity. Dad is accepting of the change right away, but Mom doesn’t quite get it at first. Always from a place of good intentions, we see Fin’s family struggle with this change and through the course of the play ultimately begin to accept and embrace Fin for who he is.

Grades 4-8


Themes: Gender, Identity, Diversity, Equity

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Spirit Horse

by Dave Deveau

Spirit Horse is a powerful story that chronicles an incredible adventure involving two urban First Nations children. Angelina and Jesse’s lives are changed forever when their grandfather, who lives by the old ways on a prairies reserve, brings them a horse that has mysteriously appeared to him. The children feel an incredible bond to this majestic animal which links the girls and their dad to their Stoney Nation heritage. Is new hope and healing possible for a troubled single parent family caught between two worlds? A highly theatrical and imaginative story in which three actors play over 65 characters, accompanied by a live musician.

Grades 4-8


Themes: Aboriginal Culture, Racism, Bullying, Storytelling

The main character in Outside looks contemplatively in a reflective piece of metal.


by Paul Dunn

The story of Daniel, a teen who triumphs over homophobic bullying, depression, and suicide. During a meeting of the Gay Straight Alliance (GSA) at his new school, Daniel shares his story. Meanwhile at his old school, struggling to come to terms with what happened, his friends Krystina and Jeremy attempt to start their own GSA.

Grades 7-12


Themes:  Homophobia, Bullying, Mental Health, GSAs


No Big Deal

by Michael Kras

Longtime friends Ariel and Grayson are working at a horrible theme park for the summer to save up for college following their high school graduation. Their plan is to be roommates and take their first steps into adulthood together. But tensions created by their increasingly different ideas of growing into manhood - and a complicated incident involving fellow employee Lucy - might be enough to threaten the stability of their friendship. Tackling timely themes of contemporary masculinity, bro culture, and consent, No Big Deal is a complex, funny, and humane new play for high school audiences that's sure to provoke urgent discussion.

Grades 7-12


Themes:  Identity, Equity, Toxic Masculinity, Mental Health, loneliness, friendship between men

The cast of Meet Cute sit smiling on a bus stop bench. Jane looks down at a sketchbook.

Meet Cute

by Erin Norah Thompson

Two teens meet at a bus stop – could there be romance? ‘Meet Cute’ explores their conversation in three different ways using the same text and explores not only what you say, but HOW you say it.

Grades 7-12


Themes: Consent, Healthy Relationships, Critical Thinking

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