Talespinner will return to the stage once state and federal officials have given the all clear to gather with others and TCT has solidified a health and safety plan for our guests and artists. Keeping everyone safe is our top priority. Thank you for your support!

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The Kid from Kittlerumpit (a Scottish Fairytale)

Mac is faced with a Pa who has mysteriously gone missing, a wily old witch, and a Ma who has been turned into a sheep. When she meets a helpful house elf, will the two of them be able to get her parents back and return things to normal?

Perfect for schools, family groups, libraries, day-cares, festivals, and more! Now booking through December 2020. For pricing, or for more information, please email Katelyn Merold.

TCT's 2020 touring company comes home to the mainstage for two weekends!
May 8 through 17, 2020
Fridays 7PM; Saturdays 3PM; Sundays 3PM
Ohio Savings Pay What You Can Series performances Friday, May 8th & Friday, May 15th

TCT's Exceptional Inclusion program now applies to every mainstage (and touring) production! Last year, TCT introduced its Exceptional Inclusion program, stand-alone productions that worked with and supported kids and families in the Cleveland area living with disabilities. This year the program will be incorporated into every mainstage show; each production will provide support for sensory needs such as lower lighting, audience interaction, and sight and sound experiences as well as providing pre-curtain touch tours, sensory kits, personnel to assist audience members, and comfortable areas in the facility where kids and families can step away if they need to.

  • By Erin E. Dolan
  • Directed by Katelyn Merold

TCT's touring program is made possible in part by the generous support of

Char and Chuck Fowler Family Foundation