Due to provincial regulations, all in-person TSO concerts through January 30 are cancelled. Ticket holders have been contacted regarding their options.


A collaboration between Red Sky Performance and the TSO, in association with Crow’s Theatre

Available for digital viewing beginning September 30 until October 18, 2021

Students, teachers, and families are invited to experience Mistatim, a digital reimagining of Red Sky Performance’s acclaimed production, featuring music co-created by TSO musicians and Indigenous music creators. This digital film will be released on September 30, 2021, Canada's first National Day for Truth & Reconciliation.

An unforgettable story of reconciliation for children and families, Mistatim is about the taming of a wild horse and the truest of friendships.

Under a prairie sky, a simple wooden fence is all that separates Calvin on his ranch and Speck on her reservation. In many ways, they are worlds apart, that is, until a wild horse named Mistatim turns their worlds upside down.

Nominated for a Dora Mavor Moore Award for Outstanding Production.

Winner of Best Script, Best Direction, and Best Production by Youth Drama Awards in China

To purchase access for multiple classrooms or schools, please contact SchoolConcerts@TSO.CA
To purchase access for a single classroom, visit Red Sky TV’s school viewing page
For all other purchases, visit Red Sky TV’s home and family viewing page.

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