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Little Red Riding Hood

Written by Ann McInulty Gogo, Jim Maher, and Peggy Harris.

Directed By: Ann McInulty-Gogo                             Produced by: Sandee Phillips

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Special update: an extra matinee Preview Performance has been added! Sunday December 10 at 1:30pm. See details and buy tickets here.

The story: Come along with Little Red Riding Hood and her trusty companions Bisque and Baguette Bickerton as they brave the dangers of the Bailey Forest. Will they escape the clutches of the Big Bad Wolf and make it safely to Glamma's house? With a hero, a good fairy, a talking tree, and of course music, dancing, and laughter, this traditional pantomime is a wonderful holiday treat for the whole family.

Please note:

In consideration of the actors and other patrons children must be a minimum of 3 years old to attend.


Ann McInulty-Gogo

NTG is proud to support Ann as co-writer and Director for her first Pantomime for NTG. Ann has choreographed many previous Pantos for NTG in the past, so she is very familiar with the genre. 

As a child I vividly remember accompanying my parents to pantomime rehearsals. Mom was the inspired pianist and Dad played various roles from a giant to an ugly stepsister.


It seemed a natural progression to become a choreographer for theatre after I closed my dance studio.  Working with the talented and generous members of NTG over the past few decades I was more than inspired to create and co-write a Panto.  The process has been a great adventure and I'm confident that the results will reflect this labour of frivolity and love. I can't explain how Little Red Riding Hood popped into my head, but once it was there I ran with it. Peggy Harris and Jim Mahar put "ink to paint" and helped bring out the silly. I'm a huge fan of collaboration. It takes a village! 


Our story has Red Riding Hood navigating her way through the Bailey Forest. With the help of friends Bisque and Baguette Bickerton will Ruby avoid the Big Bad Wolf and safely make it to Glamma's Cottage with the soup and biscuits? 


With thanks and great admiration to Peggy Harris for mentoring me through the joy filled forest of my first time directing a NTG pantomime.

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