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Presented by Paramount Center for the Arts.
Based on the book by Jack London
Adapted by Jason Tremblay
Produced by Theatre Heroes
JACK LONDON’S CLASSIC TALE LIVE ON STAGE
This multi-media adventure mixes classic story telling with projected illustrations to tell the story of Buck, the magnificent cross-bred offspring of a St. Bernard and Scottish Collie. Kidnapped from his lavish life on a California estate and sent to work as a sled dog during the great Klondike Gold Rush, Buck fights to survive and becomes the most famous dog in the whole history of the northland.
Best for: Grades 3rd+ (8 years+)
Call of the Wild is a special presentation for school groups only. Please contact our box office for more information: 320-259-5463 / firstname.lastname@example.org.
WHAT ARE PEOPLE SAYING?
“My students enjoyed the play. I loved the use of the vocabulary because it correlated with the vocabulary that we use in class. It also gave them a love for the fine arts. Especially for those who would not have gone on their own or whose parents would not have taken them.” – Teacher
“Noel Gaulin is such a gifted storyteller; you simply cannot help but fall in love (and experience a little heart-break) with his portrayal of Buck. The projections are truly stunning, adding to the company’s concept of an “Illustrated Edition” and the music captivates from the beginning. – Jennifer Luck, presenter, Paramount Theatre
“Gaulin is…a force of nature in Austin theatre and while he is necessarily out there on the edge given the roles he masters, he is also nuanced, capable of expressing something with the twitch of a finger or the curve of an eyebrow.” – Central Texas Live Theatre
“I loved how Language Arts and History were integrated. The kids were blown away by how many different characters the actor played.” – Teacher
“Thank you so much for the delightful experience seeing Call of the Wild. My students are still talking about it. They loved it.” – Teacher
May 12, 2023, All day