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When a tiger named Shere Khan wants to make a defenseless young girl his next meal, a family of wolves steps in to save the child, who they call Mowgli. Together with Balou the bear and Bagheera the panther, Mowgli learns how to live in the jungle and stay away from Shere Khan, who hates all mankind. Growing up in the dangerous Indian jungle, Mowgli must discover what family and friendship really mean.

Recommended for ages 6 and up.

We're encouraging all young patrons who attend  to dress up as their favorite jungle creature—though certainly all other creative costumes are welcome as well—and asking parents to be sure to snap a photo of them while they're at the theatre participating in some of our pre- and post-show activities.

Then post photos to your own social media pages—either Facebook, Twitter or Instagram—using the hashtag #CostumeContestMTC. At the end of the run (after 11/6) we'll comb through the photo submissions to see who's gained the most Likes and the winner will be announced on OUR social media pages AND will receive 4 free tickets to come back and see 
Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley in December!

Performance Schedule


Sat, Oct 29, 10am, 12:30pm, 3pm

Sun, Oct 30, 10am, 12:30pm

Sat, Nov 5, 10am, 12:30pm, 3pm

Sun, Nov 6, 10am, 12:30pm

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Ticket Prices

Performance Center
Adult $22 $22
Child $18 $18

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MTC Engaged Special Events

Oct. 29 - Nov. 6 | All Showtimes


We're encouraging all young patrons to come in costume, and asking parents to be sure to snap a photo of them while they're at the theatre.

Then post photos to your own social media pages using the hashtag #CostumeContestMTC. 

At the end of the run we'll view the photo submissions to see who's gained the most Likes and the winner will be announced on MTC's social media pages AND will receive 4 free tickets to come back and see The Snow Queen in December!


  • Khalia Davis*

    Khalia Davis*

    Narrator 3/Wolf 3/Bagheera/Monkey 3/Vulture 3

    Khalia is making her MTC debut with The Jungle Book. Regional credits include: Bay Area Children's Theatre (Resident Artist-TBA Award Nominated); California Shakespeare Theatre (You Never Can Tell); Aurora Theatre (The Heir Apparent), 42nd Street Moon (Sail Away- SFBATCC Nominated,The Boyfriend); Center Repertory Theatre (The Book Club Play-Shellie Award Nominated); TheatreWorks Silicon Valley (Once on this Island-TBA Award for Best Ensemble, Memphis, Jane Eyre) and more. Tours: Gold Rush the Musical, Rock the Block, Ladybug Girl and Bumblebee Boy the Musical. She holds a BA in theater arts from the University of Southern California.

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  • John R. Lewis*

    John R. Lewis*

    Narrator 1/Father Wolf/Wolf 1/Balou/Monkey 1

  • Jasmine Osborne

    Jasmine Osborne

    Narrator 5/Mother Wolf/Kaa/Monkey 5

    Film/TV: HOW TO BE A MAN (Fox 20th Century Digital Studios), WHAT WOULD YOU DO (abc), ONE LIFE TO LIVE (The OnLine Network). NYC stage credits: Manscape, The Musical! (Algonquin Theatre), Kris Kringle (Manhattan Theatre Club), You & I (workshop starring Boyd Gaines). Jasmine holds a BFA (Acting) from NC School of the Arts. Jasmine thanks her mother and father for their unconditional love and support. She is  grateful to everyone at Marin Theatre Company for welcoming her into the family.

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  • Sango Tajima

    Sango Tajima


    Sango Tajima is making her first appearance at MTC with The Jungle Book. An Oakland-based artist, she is member of a political theatre collective The Bonfire Makers, and a Performance Core Artist of Ragged Wing Ensemble. She has appeared in Stegosaurus or Three Cheers for Climate Change at FaultLine Theater, Life is a Dream at Cutting Ball Theater, Bad Kitty at Bay Area Children's Theater, Year of the Rooster at Impact Theater, Holy Crime with Campo Santo, Destination Home with Ragged Wing Ensemble, Water by the Spoonful with Dirty Hands, and created PLACE to LAND (an Oakland love story) and We Go Boom with The Bonfire Makers. BFA in Acting from the University of Michigan.

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  • Kenny Toll

    Kenny Toll

    Narrator 2/Shere Kahn/Wolf 2/Monkey 2/Vulture 2

    Kenny is proud to making his debut at MTC with The Jungle Book. Kenny has appeared in The Heir Apparent at Aurora Theatre, Bad Jews at the Magic, Peter and the Starcatcher at TheatreWorks, Manifesting with Hope Mohr Dance, Romeo and Juliet at Shakespeare at the Castle in Ohio, Ondine at Cutting Ball, Eurydice, Antigonick, The Coast of Utopia and Woyzeck at Shotgun Players, Henry IV at John Hinkle Park. He was nominated for a TBA Award for his performance in Dracula Inquest at Central Works.

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Creative Team

  • Greg Banks

    Greg Banks


    Greg Banks’ work as an actor, writer and director has taken him all over the world from Singapore to Seattle via the Arctic Circle. Greg’s plays include Tir Na N’og (Travelling Light/West End, Broadway,Touring/ Winner of Samuel Beckett Award/TMA nominee for best play for young people 1998), Why The Whales Came (Plymouth Theatre Royal/ Theatre Alibi/West End) Dorian Grey (American Drama Group/International touring) Too Many Cooks (Travelling Light) Huck Finn, Pinnochio, Robin Hood, Antigone (Minneapolis Children's Theatre) Me and My Shadow (Theatre Alibi) Snow Queen (Norden farm) Arabian Nights, Hansel and Gretel, Keep on Moving, (Fair Game Theatre). He has directed for many companies including The Bristol Old Vic (Endgame), The Unicorn Children's Theatre London (The Wizard of Oz), Minneapolis Children's Theatre (Romeo and Juliet. Winner of the 2009 Ivey award for Direction and voted best play of 2009 by Twin Antigone, Huck Finn, Pinnochio, Robin Hood) Vedogon Theatre, Moscow (Comedy Of Errors) American Drama Group (The Great Gatsby) The Birmingham Stage Company (Kensukes Kingdom; nominated for a 2006 T.M.A. award, Treasure Island, Why The Whales Came),Polka Children's Theatre, (Just So  by Jamila Gavin) New Perspectives,Travelling Light (Stones, Tir Na N’og, Too Many Cooks), M6 Theatre Company (Forever, Peacemaker, Trouble), 1157 Performance Company, Seattle Children's Theatre and The New York State Theatre (Tempest, King of Shadows by Adrian Mitchell). Most recently, he wrote an adaptation of The Jungle Book for the The Minneapolis Children's Theatre. 

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  • Rudyard Kipling

    Rudyard Kipling


    Joseph Rudyard Kipling was an English author, journalist and poet born in Bombay, India. There, he worked with a much renowned newspaper The Pioneer, Allahabad before taking up writing as a profession. Best known for his works such as The Jungle Book, Kimand Just So—Stories for Little Children, Kipling ranks among the greatest English novelists and authors and regarded as the leader of the art of the short stories. The author has written a number of other stories, including the famous The Man Who Would Be King, and several poems and short stories that contributed greatly to English literature during the 19th and 20th century. The author received the honorary Nobel Peace Prize in Literature in 1907 and became the first English writer and the youngest recipient to have received the award till this day.

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  • ​Logan Ellis

    ​Logan Ellis


    Logan Ellis returns to MTC having directed The Little Mermaid and assistant directed Waiting for Godot. He serves as the Producing Artistic Director of Theatre Battery, Literary Manager of Playwrights Foundation, and Producer in Residence at Magic Theatre. Directing: Water by the Spoonful (Dirty Hands), The Firefly Project (Magic Theatre), Year of the Rooster (Impact Theatre), dark play or stories for boys (Do It Live), Inay's Wedding Dress, Nanay's Lullaby (Bindlestiff Studio), Origins of Love (USF Mainstage), Chatroom, Neighborhood 3: Requisition of Doom, Dog Sees God, Milk Like Sugar, A Maze, Hooded or Being Black for Dummies (Theatre Battery). Former Artistic Direction Apprentice at Magic Theatre, BA Drama from Ithaca College.

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  • Yusuke Soi

    Yusuke Soi

    Scenic Designer

    Yusuke Soi is a Japanese native Theatre designer of the Bay Area. He studied set design at San Francisco State University and has been designing since 2013 including his recent designs for Bat Boy the Musical at Los Altos Stage Company, 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee at Hillbarn Theatre, Red Demon at Theatre of Yugen, and Midsummer Night's Dream at Tri-School Productions. His upcoming shows are Sideshow at Foothill College this coming winter and [title of show] at Los Altos Stage Company coming spring. He joined Bay Area Children's Theatre as a technical director in March 2016 after worked for Palo Alto Children’s Theatre as a prop/puppet master and New Conservatory Theatre Center as an assistant technical director.

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  • Danny Osburn

    Lighting Designer

    Danny Osburn is a lighting designer and electrician native to the East Bay. This is his fourth lighting design for MTC (The Little Prince, Charlotte's Web, and Around the World in 80 Days). He has also designed locally for Ragged Wing Ensemble (Through the Wall). Prior to joining MTC, Danny spent seven years in Chicago. There he worked as the Master Electrician for Lifeline Theatre and Adventure Stage Chicago, and served four summers as the Assistant ME for Northwestern University’s Cherubs program. Danny cut his teeth as a professional electrician as an intern for MTC in 2010. He earned a BA in Theatre and Philosophy from Northwestern in 2011.

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  • Natalie Barshow

    Natalie Barshow

    Costume Designer

    Natalie is excited to be designing for MTC's family series. Recent costume designs include On The Verge (Dragon Productions), On Clover Road (SF Playhouse), The Tempest (Silicon Valley Shakespeare), Dead Man Walking (San Jose State University), Fuddy Meers (SPOTLITE Stage Co.), and several short films. Her assistant designer credits include Much Ado About Nothing (Cal Shakes), Anne Boleyn (Marin Theatre Company), and The Tempest (Cal Shakes). Natalie is currently the Wardrobe Coordinator for ODC/Dance. She is a graduate from San Jose State University, holds her B.A. in Theatre Arts, and is currently a freelance costume designer, assistant, and wardrobe person for theatre and film around the Bay Area. More information available at

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  • Edna Mira Raia

    Edna Mira Raia

    Sound Designer

    Edna Miroslava Raia is a music-lover, sound designer and actor/comedian, who finds great satisfaction in exploring the obscured corners of the sentient experience. During her career in independent radio at the late college station, KUSF, Edna was exposed to an immense library of eclectic underground music and quickly taught herself how to emulate these influences to produce her own foley. For nine years, she has been producing sound for stage, radio & short films. Notable sound endeavors include multiple “Rising Voices” projects by incarcerated women and Michelle Maxson; For all the Babies’ Fathers, directed by Jessica Heidt; Hunter’s Point, directed by Christine Young; and more recently, Origins of Love, at the University of San Francisco. This is her second design production for director, Logan Ellis. Special thanks to Shena von Spronsen.

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  • Rachel Hurado

    Props Designer

  • Alicia Lerner*

    Alicia Lerner*

    Stage Manager

    Alicia Lerner is happy to be making her MTC debut. She recently worked as a Production Assistant on the National Tour of Hedwig and the Angry Inch and stage managed Fields of Gold for the A.C.T. Young Conservatory. Other stage management credits include Old Hats, Indian Ink, Let There Be Love, I’m Still Standing, The Big Meal, Fields of Gold (A.C.T.); West Side Story (Mountain Play); How to Succeed… (Bay Area Musicals); The Secret Garden (Lucky Penny); The Sound of Music, The Wiz, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (Berkeley Playhouse); The Train Driver, Shirley Valentine, Agnes Under the Big Top (Long Wharf Theatre); Annie Get Your Gun, Radio Girl (Goodspeed Musicals); and The 2007 – 2009 Shakespeare Festivals, Dancing in the Dark, Working (The Old Globe). She holds a BFA in Media-Film Studies from The University of California, San Diego and is a Proud member of Actors' Equity.

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* Denotes member of Actors Equity Association
+ Member, United Scenic Artists
^ Member, Society of Stage Directors and Choreographers

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