Buster Bear's Animated Adventure Series
Buster Bear is travelling through Canada's west to the Pacific, to find his nephew Barrie. Barrie is a lover of extreme sports, and he stays one step ahead of Buster while snowboarding, rafting, and biking to the coast! Buster meets many characters along the way, from Northern Alberta to the Rockies to the BC interior, and learns of the heritage and history of this land. He also learns about Canada's First Nations, whose land much of this still is! Meet bears and other animals along the way, from Grizz the grizzly, to Spirit the Kodiak bear!
Buster Bear episodes, stories and educational outreach are created by Kidoons in partnership with museums, national historic sites, and organizations.
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Rick Miller is a Dora and Gemini award-winning writer/director/performer who has played in 5 languages on 5 continents. His new theatrical production BOOM is a Kidoons and WYRD Production and premiered in 2014. His solo creations MacHomer, Bigger Than Jesus and HARDSELL have garnered critical and commercial acclaim worldwide and his co-creation production of Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea with Craig Francis will premiere in Toronto in 2015.
He hosted three seasons of ABC's Just for Laughs, and Entertainment Weekly called him “one of the 100 most creative people alive today”. A collaborator with Robert Lepage and Ex Machina, Miller has co-created and starred in the plays La Géométrie des Miracles, Zulu Time (with Peter Gabriel), LIPSYNCH and the film Possible Worlds. He hosts a History TV series Canadian Made and is developing a Bigger Than Jesus film, a HARDSELL TV series and a new performance production, BOOM. He is involved in several educational, environmental, and youth-empowerment initiatives.
Winner of the Dora Award for Best Production of a Play, 2005Winner of the Dora Award for Best Actor in a principal role, 2005