A story told through tap dance, I Think I Can is a dance play about bullying, disability and the power of the imagination, suitable for audiences of all ages. A class of 8 kids learns collectively to handle bullying in the schoolyard, and in the process wins first prize at the science fair when they demonstrate how to dance at the speed of light squared.
Joule/Big Boots 3
Alexander/Big Boots 2
Newton/Big Boots 1
Male Cast: 4
Female Cast: 4
Other Cast: 1 (Male or Female)
Specific casting requirements: Tap Dancers
2007, The Lorraine Kimsa Theatre for Young People, Toronto, ON
The script is available through the CPO Website.
For more information about the playwright and her work, visit the CWPO Collection.
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Co-created with Shawn Byfield. “The class science teacher Miss McColl… energizes her students with her passion for physics and discovery and challenges them to win first prize and this year’s Science Fair.” (Shawn Byfield, “Black Holes, Photosynthesis, and Electromagnetic Coils–For Dummies”, shawnbyfield.com)
I Think I Can received the Dora Mavor Moore Award for Outstanding New Musical in 2007.