Pigs in a Canoe and Other Watery Stories


Audiences will meet McTavish, an adorable pig and his six piglet friends, the Greedy Frog, shadowy creatures from the deep, and other watery puppet characters.  Hilarious stories, historical anecdotes, fascinating facts, interactive songs, sayings and axioms explore humankind’s intricate relationship with water. Told with a variety of unique puppets this show will inspire both thinking and laughing.

  • Recommended maximum 150 – 200  people
  • Ideal for grades K‐6, or families ages 4 and up
  • Running time: 50 minutes plus Q&A
  • Performance area 18 x 16 feet, indoors, power required
  • Great for schools, community events and festivals
  • Includes this online study guide: Pigs in a Canoe Study Guide activities to enrich the learning experience
  • Pigs in a Canoe curriculum connections such as art, drama, music, social studies, language arts and science
  • 90 minute set up and 60 minute strike. For full details see our Technical Rider

Use our online form to book a show, or contact us at admin@wppuppet.com or 403.228.3373.

“It was amazing how the show touched on so many areas in the curriculum, from social studies to science,
music and language arts, and the students were engaged the whole time!” – Barb (teacher)

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