The Magician's Nephew - Shaw Festival Theatre

A magical, spectacular journey into Narnia —
and beyond. Thrilling for all ages.
Festival Theatre
April 4 - October 13
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WORLD PREMIERE! Take a magical, spectacular plunge into Narnia … at its very beginning. Young Digory and his friend Polly stumble on a way to explore other worlds — but accidentally unleash a malevolent queen who could destroy every world. Packed with visual thrills and wonders, this adventure is a profound story of what it means to do the right thing. Inspiring for all ages.

Workshop – Creating The Magician’s Nephew. Only $5!

Relaxed Performance – October 4 @ 2pm

Technical Credits
Book by C.S. Lewis
Adapted for the stage by Michael O’Brien
Directed by Tim Carroll
Set designed by Douglas Paraschuk
Costumes designed by Jennifer Goodman
Lighting designed by Kevin Lamotte
Projections designed by Cameron Davis
Original music and sound designed by Claudio Vena
Movement and puppetry direction by Alexis Milligan
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Creating The Magician’s Nephew
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Join an actor from The Magician’s Nephew and help to create the show. Fun for all ages.
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The Magician’s Nephew Backstage Tour
The Magician’s Nephew Backstage Tour
Festival Theatre
Discover the magic involved in the creation of Narnia. Fun for the whole family.
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Continue the Conversation
Moderated discussions. Long after the curtain falls, Shaw audience members continue to talk about the intellectual and emotional meanings of the play.
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