Little Red Riding Hood
(or Grandmother Slyboots)
- October 30 at 6-7pm
- October 31 at 5-6pm
- November 1 at 6-7pm
- November 2 at 2-3pm
- November 2 at 6-7pm
General Admission: $4; Family Pass (6 people): $18; Babes in Arms Free
Tickets available at the door or by calling 435-554-8311
Audience members are encouraged to bring pillows from home (or use pillows provided by Unicorn Theatre) but we just want you to be comfortable in your seat!
Fall Class: September 19-November 16
Enrollment open to ages 5-18.
Wouldn’t it be great if there were a place for kids to go crazy with their imaginations, making up stories, playing fun games and learning through theatrical exploration? Well there is such a place! The Creative Drama classes at Unicorn Children’s Theater encourage children to act their age. Students will develop an understanding of emotional expression while exploring the dramatic process. Come play in a no-performance pressure environment where creativity and imagination blossom.
For more information:
- Unicorn Pillow Theatre on Facebook
People to Know
R. Giselle Call
Giselle Call is Artistic Director of Unicorn Theatre, a nonprofit theatre for and by children in Logan, UT. She serves AmeriCorps VISTA in the Ridgeline High School Counseling Department, where she develops programs to ensure at-risk and undeserved high school students receive effective educational and social support services.
Giselle has worked with a variety of organizations including Cache Arts, USU Public & School Partnership, Little Theatre of Alexandria, Classika Theatre, Shakespeare Theatre Company, USU Caine Lyric Theatre and Burley High School.
Giselle holds a degree in Humanities and Social Science from Utah State University. She has over fifteen years’ experience assisting with combined intellectual property law and civil law, and has cultivated significant grant writing experience.
Ruth Burleigh Call
Ruth Burleigh Call, wife of W. Vosco Call, was a graduate of Utah State University. She was an actress, teacher, director, advisor, mentor, playwright, and above all, an advocate of young people’s imaginations. Ruth believed in the theatre’s power to enrich the lives of everyone, but especially the lives of young people. She believed that they deserved no less than the very best work her cast and crew could give a production, no matter how large or small the show. Ruth expected hard work and absolute dedication – if theatre was to be done, it should be done as well as possible.
She established Unicorn Theatre in 1962, which unlocked the imagination of thousands of youth. Many of those young people have gone on to pursue careers in theater because of Ruth and her vision. Unicorn Theatre teaches classes from pre-school through High School, and gives them a chance to perform as they learn.
She began “Pillow Theatre” as a forum for the youth in her classes to have the opportunity to perform. The shows are performed by youth for audiences of youth and parents who sit on the floor with pillows and become part of a magical experience beginning at a very young age. Pillow Theatre helps teach the audience as well, showing them how to sit quietly, how to show their appreciation of the actors, and how to foster an interest and love for the performing arts that stay with them as they grow.
Ruth’s life was dedicated to teaching young people to think on their feet, to value and share their own ideas without self consciousness, and to make live theatre an integral part of the everyday lives of the youth in our valley.