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Royal Sask. Museum’s T-Rex starring in ‘Twas The Night Before Hibernation’

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The interactive play by the Royal Saskatchewan Museum teaches children what animals do in the wintertime – including the T-rex.

The Royal Saskatchewan Museum is putting a Cretaceous twist on a classic Christmas poem with their latest stage show.

Twas The Night Before Hibernation explores what animals do in the wintertime – especially the T-rex.

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“That’s one question that will be answered in the show,” show creator Hannah Dove said.

During the 25-minute production, children will be pulled from the audience to play the roles of Saskatchewan winter animals – from bears and moose to warblers and chickadees. Tini the T-Rex will also make an appearance.

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“We’re hoping to teach families what all these animals do [during winter] and… get them up and moving and interacting with us on stage,” Dove said.

The stage show takes place daily at 2 p.m. on Dec. 28, Dec. 29, Dec. 30, Jan. 2, Jan. 3 and Jan. 4.

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Admission is by donation or free for members.