The Jungle Book

Adapted and Directed by Rohit Chokhani  
Based on the books of Rudyard Kipling  

November 29 – December 31, 2022
Family Holiday Show


Running Time: Approximately 2 hours and 20 minutes (including a 20-minute intermission)

Expect the unexpected! The Jungle Book like you’ve never seen it before!

This holiday season, escape into the jungles of India with this vibrant reimagining of the legend of the boy raised by wild animals. Mowgli lives by the law of the jungle, where survival depends not only on strength and courage but on wisdom and reliance on the wolf pack for survival. When a confrontation with a dangerous tiger isolates Mowgli, he is forced to confront the truth: is he a man-cub or a human? Caught between two worlds, with the support of his friends, Mowgli must search for his sense of self in a quest to discover where he truly belongs. Experience this timeless fable where a cast of familiar characters come to life through puppetry, stylized props, masks and movement. Delight in this colourful and dynamic adventure that explores the true meaning of family.

Exploring themes of courage, identity, and seeking to understand our place in the world – The Jungle Book’s coming-of-age story is as relevant today as it was when the stories were originally written.

Audience Considerations: Suggested for ages 6+. This production includes theatrical haze and dramatic sound and light effects including strobing of lights. Please be advised that the play also contains representations of violence between animals, and sometimes between animals and humans as well as depictions of colonization by human characters. Viewer discretion and parental guidance is advised.

If you are sick or feeling unwell

*If you are sick or feeling unwell leading up to your performance, we ask that you please reach out to our Ticket Office and we will exchange your tickets into another performance. Thank you!

Ticket Office: 403-294-7402 (Monday-Friday, 9:30am-5:00pm),


The following performances of The Jungle Book will be Masked Performances:

Friday, December 16, evening performance
Thursday, December 22, matinee performance
Wednesday, December 28, matinee performance

What this means is that masks will remain mandatory throughout the lobby and in the Martha Cohen Theatre for the duration of these performances. At this time, we are requesting that audience members please wear masks of a surgical/procedural quality or better. Surgical masks will be provided to guests upon entry should they need it.

Masks may be taken off while actively eating and drinking in the lobby, while you are at a stationary table or chair. Food and drink will not be allowed in the theatre for this performance.

We thank you for your understanding as we aim to accommodate the needs of all of our valued guests, and your help in ensuring everyone can enjoy their theatre experience.

If this change presents any causes of concern for you, or a member of your party does not wish to remain masked the entire time, please contact our Ticket Office at or 403-294-7402 for a ticket exchange into an alternate performance.

Masks Encouraged

Ticket Office hours: Monday-Friday, 9:30am-5:00pm MT

Masks are no longer required for most performances (with the exception of the masked performances listed above). However, ATP continues to strongly encourage wearing a mask where possible. Alberta Theatre Projects staff, including the Box Office Team, ushers and volunteers will continue to wear masks.