Molly and the Oak Island Treasure

by Maritime Marionettes

Molly, her boat, and Pixie, her little fairy friend, set out on a marvelous adventure in search of buried treasure. Along the way she meets new friends that help her in completing her wondrous journey. This show features the music of the Barra MacNeils and has a rich Maritime theme.

Molly and the Oak Island Treasure is a 45 minute production which features 13 puppets.

The show premiered in 1994 and has since toured Atlantic Canada, Ontario, Quebec, Hawaii, Bermuda and France. The performance has been revised to highlight the companionship with her new found friend Ulgimmo, the Mik’maq boy. Also, new artistic shadow puppetry has been introduced, bringing a fresh beauty and wonder to the scenes on the ocean!

Script: Darryll and Heather Taylor

Marionettes: Bruce Wood, Heather Taylor

Voices: Deborah Allen, Jamie Bradley, Kelti MacMillan, Elizabeth Murphy, Darryll Taylor

Costumes: Robert Doyle

Original Music: Quita Gray

Instrumentation: Quita Gray, the Barra MacNeils (courtesy of Polygram Records)

Humpback Whale Sounds: Dr. Roger Payne and NYZS/the Wildlife Conservation Society

Project assisted by: the Canada/Nova Scotia Cooperation Agreement on Cultural Development, Cultural Affairs Division of the Nova Scotia Department of Education.


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