Mermaid Theatre of Nova Scotia The Rainbow Fish

“The sparkling story that became an international publishing phenomenon!”

Mermaid Theatre of Nova Scotia’s elegant new show, “The Rainbow Fish,” will include an original stage adaptation of Marcus Pfister’s colourful story as well two of the author’s companion tales, “Rainbow Fish Discovers the Deep Sea and Opposites.”

If you loved last season’s performance of “The Very Hungry Caterpillar,” you certainly don’t want to miss this show!

Based on the book Rainbow Fish by Marcus Pfister
Directed by Jim Morrow
Narrated by Laura Benanti and Linda Wonneberger
Performed by Katie Dorian, Franziska Glen, Kya Mosey
Photography by Michael Venn


Join us for a fun, family-friendly reception at 3:00 PM before the show at 4:00 PM!

Become a Center Member ($60 levels and up) and your family of 4 can attend for FREE!**

Non-Member Access
Adults $16, 2 kids under 12 eat free (does not include performance tickets)
Family Four Pack $60 (includes performance tickets)
Please click HERE to purchase your spot or call 205 996 6113 for more details.

Center Member Access
FREE // RSVP
Please RSVP to ASCmembership@uab.edu (does not include performance tickets) 


Ticket Information

  • Ticket prices: $15 Adults, $10 Children
  • Tickets valid for performance date and time only.
  • No refunds. Exchanges issued only to ASC Members.
  • Late seating at discretion of house management.
  • All performances are subject to change.

Mermaid Theatre of Nova Scotia | The Rainbow Fish

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