Toopy and Binoo add a show

Local tots are so into seeing Toopy and Binoo that a second show was added in Red Deer on Sept. 25.

Local tots are so into seeing Toopy and Binoo that a second show was added in Red Deer on Sept. 25.

Toopy and Binoo and the Marshmallow Moon is a theatrical production based on the bestselling children’s books by Dominique Jolin. The same characters are also known from a Treehouse cartoon TV series for kids for two to six years old.

The stage show by Koba Entertainment is described as “a fairy-tale for our times,” incorporating music, theatre, dance, puppetry, and multi-media to tell the story of a musical quest.

While Toopy and Binoo are looking for the perfect song to sing they encounter a Blue Cat Blues Band, a Loud Mouth Crooner Fish, some Strollin’ Sheep, and Pair of Love Struck Dragons, and other zany characters.

Tickets for the new show at 3:30 p.m. are $24 from the Black Knight Ticket Centre. There’s also some tickets still available for the previously announced 6:30 p.m. show.

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