ELORA COMMUNITY THEATRE NEWSLETTERS


Elora Community Theatre Newsletter
 
                                  December,  2016

Welcome back everybody! Warm welcome to our new members and wonderful memories of It's a Wonderful Life!  More new members from The Sting  Cast and Crew and we are very glad to have you with us as well as our faithful supporters over the years.  Best Wishes to each of you in 2017!  
On behalf of the ECT Board, wishing you all the very best over the holiday season!
                        Julie Wheeler Bryant - Newsletter
(By now, you should have received October and November Newsletter from me.  Let me know if you haven't and we will remedy the situation as soon as possible.)

The Sting 

Feb. 24-26, 
March 3-5, 2017


Hey, thought you'd missed your chance to be in the great new play coming up first in 2017 for ECT?

If you are a fellow who can play/look between 20 and 40 years old, you just might be in luck for a role!  Contact Jim Monaghan, director, and give it a try!         heartjim@hotmail.com



And in regards to performances, this season we have added two extra performances on the Saturday afternoons of each our weekends.  So that'sFriday nights, Saturday nights and Saturday and Sunday afternoons of each weekend.

If you don't think of yourself as an actor, we still need you in the audience.  Don't miss it.  Tickets available now at Box Office at the Fergus Grand Theatre.
   519 787 1981     fergusgrandtheatre.ca


 

PUBLICITY!   WE NEED YOU!

Deb Stanson has stepped in to fill the gap with publicity for our shows and events.  (Big thank you, Deb!)  But she would love your help in whatever small (or large) way you can offer.  Please don't hesitate to call her or email her.  She'd be glad to hear from you.  Have questions?


 Get in touch with her.

debstanson@gmail.com  519-496-6481

 
Calling all directors!   For ECT's 2017/2018 Season!
 

Our deadline for submissions will be January 15th 2017. The play selection committee would also like potential directors to submit the following with their submissions

 

Potential directors need to submit –

-          Play (PDF and/or Physical)

-          Theatre Resume

-          Whether they have their own production team or not

-          Potential Budget breakdown

-          A paragraph as to why they want to direct this play and why we should choose it.

-          Director availability

-          Deadline for submissions January 15th 2017 to Adrian, or Nancy Baker 

 nancyida@sympatico.ca     and/or   adrianbaker79@gmail.com

 


 
              

Don't miss the opportunity to come out and audition for this classic!  Coming up soon!  January 8th and 9th...Read on.....

 

    Alice in Wonderland

 

Written By:  Lewis Caroll (adapted by Charlotte Chorpenning)

Directed By:  Jennifer Zirk

Stage Managed By:  Conn Gartley

 

Play Synopsis:

Chasing the White Rabbit, Alice tumbles down the rabbit hole into Wonderland.  There she meets all its famous residents including the King of Hearts, Red Queen, White Queen, Tweedledee and Tweedledum, the Gryphon, Mock Turtle, the Dormouse, Mad Hatter and March Hare, the Frog Footman, the Dutchess, the Caterpillar and of course, White Rabbit.  This adaptation of Lewis Caroll's classic "Alice and Wonderland" by award-winning children's playwright Charlotte Chorpenning will resonate with people of all ages as it explores the various themes of growing up, identity, and never-ending curiosity. 

Characters:

Alice – Females between the ages of 10 and 14 will be considered

White Rabbit, King of Hearts, Red Queen, White Queen, Knave, The Duchess, The Cook, Caterpillar, Tweedledee, Tweedledum, Mad Hatter, March Hare, Frog Footman, The Gryphon, Doormouse, Mock Turtle

Adult males and females of all ages will be considered for the all of the roles above.

 

Performance Dates:  

May 5, 6, 7, 12, 13, 14, 2017

There will be 8 public shows over 2 weeks including Friday evening performances and Saturday and matinee and evening performances, and Sunday matinees.  There will also be 2 private performances for local schools in the afternoon on Friday, May 5th and Friday, May 12th.

Audition Dates:

Sunday, January 8th     7 to 9 pm

Monday, January 9th  7 to 9 pm

 

Call backs:

Tuesday, January 10th  7 to 9 pm

 

 

Auditions will be held at the Elora Community Theatre rehearsal hall.

Auditions will be cold reads from the script.

 

For further information, please contact the Director (Jennifer)  at:

 jlzirk@hotmail.com

 

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 A Christmas Gift -  Solve your last minute gift problems, make someone on your list happy and support ECT.  It's a WIN-WIN-WIN.




IT'S NOT TOO LATE!   YOU CAN STILL GET GIFT CERTIFICATES FOR THOSE THEATRE LOVERS (AND WHO ISN'T!) ON YOUR LIST.     THEY WILL ESPECIALLY THANK YOU WHEN THEY ARE TREATED TO THE STING AND/OR ALICE IN WONDERLANDIN THE SPRING
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Call  Fergus Grand Theatre Box Office 519 787 1981  or   go tofergusgrandtheatre.ca  
 
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Meet Your ECT Board Members and Their Jobs:


Deb Stanson-President and taking on Publicity!

Denise Gismondi-Vice President

Jim Monaghan-Past President and Director of The Sting!

Suzanne Trivers-Treasurer and Membership and Website Helper and Operations

Laura Hunter-Secretary

Zoe Clemens-Website and Social Media

Nancy Baker-Artistic (currently working on play selection with promising directors for next year's season) and Properties

Adrian Baker-Artistic (also currently working on play selection with promising directors for next year's season)

Maggie Parent-Costumes and working on each show's set painting

David Tanner-Technical and always working on our shows

Connie McTaggart-One of our new board members who is already helping us out in many ways

Julie Wheeler Bryant-Newsletter

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That's it for now, folks!  Talk to you in January!  And in the new year, I will be starting special profiles on our members...stay tuned for the next newsletter! 
                                                                                         Julie


jwheelerb@cogeco.ca
 


November 2016
The Sting  

When?  Feb. 24-26, March 3-5, 2017 Friday evenings, Saturday evenings and Saturday and Sunday afternoons



Director Jim Monaghan reports:  "Rehearsals are underway and the cast has really impressed directors. Also there is an exciting set concept by ECT master-set builder/designer Robert Banning.   Sarah Dunbar and her very experienced costume team are starting to pull together colorful period outfits." 

Give a gift certificate from the Fergus Grand Theatre as a Christmas present and give your friends and relatives an opportunity to see this show!  And support ECT at the same time.  See Christmas Gift ideas below.


 

It’s a Wonderful Life   by Director, Deb Stanson


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Our first show of the season was a great hit with the audiences and was well attended.

Review "It's A Wonderful Life" This play is a MUST SEE!! Wow! We saw the Sunday matinee at the Fergus Grand Theatre. What an amazing production of Frank Capra's classic movie. The performances are fantastic. The stage direction is awesome. The sets are super. Everything in the production is just brilliant. Spoiler alert: bring Kleenex. We were crying in the first ten minutes. Take your family, and friends. You MUST see this great production. Kudos to everyone involved in bringing this to the stage here in town. Loved it!

John Hoffmann - Fergus

With a cast of 41 and a terrific crew we managed to bring this 31 scene play to life.

Special thanks to all of the new actors and veterans of ECT and the stage crew lead by our Stage Manager extraordinaire Ed Langevin. Once again Robert Banning and his team of Lawrence Lee and Maggie Parent worked their set design magic!  Thank you to my Assistant Director Kevin F. Johnston for his huge contribution to the success of the show.

We also entertained over 400 schoolchildren, several seniors and audience members from the local Food Bank and Homewood Health Care for our Friday afternoon shows!

ECT collected food for the local Food Bank during the run of the show. Thank you to all who donated to this worthwhile charity.

 

 

Wonderful Show!  Congrats to all involved!  

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Publicity help urgently needed!  by   Deb Stanson

As Julie Wheeler Bryant has stepped down after a much needed break from the Marketing Director for ECT after 6 years. A huge thank you to Julie from all of us at ECT!

                      

We need to assemble a new team to assist with Publicity for the remainder of the season.  If you are interested in being a part of this vital part of ECT, please contact Deb asap at debstanson@gmail.com or call (519) 496-6481 anytime. Creative ideas, a sense of fun and energy a must!

 


President’s Message – Deb Stanson

We here at Elora Community Theatre believe it takes a community to put on a production.

When most people think of a theatre production, the director, the actors, and the audience quickly come to mind.  In reality, it takes a small army of dedicated volunteers often working behind the scenes to create an evening of magic, our community.  Countless numbers of hours are spent not only by costume, set, light and sound designers crafting the mood and environment; building and painting sets, the marketing team must also promote the shows.

One of the most valuable commodities today is time.  We are honored that our volunteers share their time with us. For in today’s world of competing forms of entertainment, live theatre plays a special role.

If you've been wanting to get involved with the Elora Community Theatre but are concerned about the time commitment, there are many different volunteer positions that can accommodate your busy life. Set painting, putting up posters, searching for props, costumes or helping out backstage are great opportunities to get your feet wet and meet a terrific bunch of people. Our thanks go out to all of you and if you have any comments, concerns or suggestions, please don't hesitate to contact me at (519) 496-6481.

We hope that you will continue to be a part of our community as we continue the joy of performing live theatre in Centre Wellington.

2017 promises to be an exciting year for us with our 2 upcoming productions for the 2016/2017 season: The Sting directed by Jim Monaghan and Simon Liebovitz and Alice in Wonderland directed by Jennifer Zirk. To learn more about these productions visit our web page at www.eloracommunitytheatre.com or join us on Facebook.

Get involved! 

 
Calling all directors!   For ECT's 2017/2018 Season!
 
 Submit your favourite play to direct for next season.

Please contact:
 Nancy Baker nancyida@sympatico.ca
 or
Adrian Baker  adrianbaker79@gmail.com

Maybe you can be one of  Elora Community Theatre's directors for next season.  
 

 

AUDITION NOTICE

 

       Alice in Wonderland

 

Written By:  Lewis Caroll (adapted by Charlotte Chorpenning)

Directed By:  Jennifer Zirk

Stage Managed By:  Conn Gartley

 

        

Play Synopsis:

Chasing the White Rabbit, Alice tumbles down the rabbit hole into Wonderland.  There she meets all its famous residents including the King of Hearts, Red Queen, White Queen, Tweedledee and Tweedledum, the Gryphon, Mock Turtle, the Dormouse, Mad Hatter and March Hare, the Frog Footman, the Dutchess, the Caterpillar and of course, White Rabbit.  This adaptation of Lewis Caroll's classic "Alice and Wonderland" by award-winning children's playwright Charlotte Chorpenning will resonate with people of all ages as it explores the various themes of growing up, identity, and never-ending curiosity. 

Characters:

Alice – Females between the ages of 10 and 14 will be considered

White Rabbit, King of Hearts, Red Queen, White Queen, Knave, The Duchess, The Cook, Caterpillar, Tweedledee, Tweedledum, Mad Hatter, March Hare, Frog Footman, The Gryphon, Doormouse, Mock Turtle

Adult males and females of all ages will be considered for the all of the roles above

 

Performance Dates:  

May 5, 6, 7, 12, 13, 14, 2017

There will be 8 public shows over 2 weeks including Friday evening performances and Saturday and matinee and evening performances, and Sunday matinees.  There will also be 2 private performances for local schools in the afternoon on Friday, May 5th and Friday, May 12th.

Audition Dates:

Sunday, January 8th     7 to 9 pm

Monday, January 9th  7 to 9 pm

 

Call backs:

Tuesday, January 10th  7 to 9 pm

 

Auditions will be held at the Elora Community Theatre rehearsal hall.

Auditions will be cold reads from the script.

 

For further information, please contact the Director at jlzirk@hotmail.com

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Christmas Presents!

Give them a gift certificate to see one of our ECT shows!

Go to the Fergus Grand Theatre Box Office or website.

  519 787 1981 or fergusgrandtheatre.ca 

Solve your Christmas dilemma and support ECT at the same time.



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Santa Claus Parade is coming to Fergus!

Contact Denise Gismoni for more information:   

denmargis58@gmail.com
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Warm Welcome to new members from It's A Wonderful Life and The Sting!     And if you are a long time member, thanks!  We need you.  Stay tuned for more  ECT News next month!

                                       Talk to you next month!
                                           Julie Wheeler Bryant
                       ECT Newsletter Volunteer
                        jwheelerb@cogeco.ca


ELORA COMMUNITY THEATRE NEWSLETTER - OCTOBER 2016

IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE      DIRECTED BY DEB STANSON

This year if you’re searching for an alternative to Ebenezer Scrooge and his ghosts, we recommend you come to the Fergus Grand Theatre and spend some time with George Bailey and Clarence his Angel, Second Class!

  Every time a bell rings, an angel gets its wings” Based on Frank Capra’s holiday classic movie, and recreated for the stage by Doug Rand “It’s a Wonderful Life” will be presented November 4 – 13, 2016 at the Fergus Grand Theatre and tells the tale of how George Bailey, with the help of an angel, comes to see what life would have been like had he never been born, and learns how wonderful life truly is!

All of the familiar characters from the beloved movie are faithfully portrayed in this stage production. Veteran ECT director Deb Stanson assisted by Kevin F. Johnston guide the talented cast, many of whom play multiple roles, in this heart-warming story.

William Brezden performs the lead role of George Bailey, who learns “no man is a failure who has friends.”  By his side, Laura Hunter plays the lovely Mary Hatch Bailey, while actor Gary Seibert plays the kindly guardian angel Clarence on a mission to earn his wings and John Dibben plays the role of the greedy Mr. Potter.

The cast of 41 includes several cast members making their ECT debut as well as many ECT regulars who all contribute to bring to life the many memorable characters from Bedford Falls.

The set is designed by Robert Banning and costumes by Sara Marsh.

  A delightful start to the holiday season!

 

Elora Community Theatre is proud to support the Centre Wellington Food Bank during the run of It’s a Wonderful Life. Bring in your nonperishable food items  when you come to see the show!

Tickets are on sale now at the Fergus Grand Theatre Box Office or online

Call (519) 787-1981 or fergusgrandtheatre.ca

Friday November 4, 11,   8:00 pm

Saturday November 5, 12,   2:00 pm & 8:00 pm

Sunday November 6, 13,   2:00 pm




It's a Wonderful Life- Cast and Crew

CAST


CHARACTER

NAME



Uncle Billy 

Adrian Baker

Miss Davis/Miss Partridge

Connie McTaggart

Person #1 & 3 Woman #2

Connie McTaggart

Young George

Ben Neufeld

Mrs. Martini/Mrs. Thompson

Wendy McDonnell

Woman #1

Wendy McDonnell

Young Violet/Jane Wainwright

Sarah McDonnell

Mrs. Hatch/Edna/Flo

Nikki Everts

Harry Bailey/Random Guy 1

Shaun Purves

Martini Child

Paris Bonneau

Mr. Carter/Jake

Cody Miller

Secretary/Bank Teller

Lily Brousseau

Annie

Nancy Baker

Young Mary/Ruth Bailey

Amy Ryan

Freddie/Mr Potter's Assistant

Nick Haney

Violet

Zoe Clemens

Bert

Kevin Solie

Janie

Teagan Hiller

Tommy

Mason Kaspar

Pete

Liam Hill

Jo (angel)

Amy Gismondi

Zuzu

Gray Dibben

Mr Potter

John Dibben

Clarence (angel)

Gary Seibert

Nick /Random Guy 2/Dr. Campbell

Acey Kaspar

Mr. Bailey /Watchman 

Wayne Moore

Cousin Tilly

Jayne Simpson

Cousin Eustace

Nancy Reaume

Frankie (angel)

Deb Dalziel

Young Sam

Joel Zimmerman

Mary Bailey

Laura Hunter

Mr. Martini

Keith Martin

Person #2

Keith Martin

Martini Child

Riley McGlone

Martini Child

Bianca Bonneau

Young Harry

Jack Murphy

George Bailey

William Brezden

Mrs. Bailey

Terry Wilson

Ernie

Cory Sanders

Mr. Gower

Shayne Coffin

Rent Collector

Shayne Coffin

Sam Wainwright/Tom

Hayden Tallon

Bouncer #2

Hayden Tallon

Mickey/Director 2/Randall/Photographer

Timothy Hutten

Customer Page 78

Timothy Hutten

Marty Hatch/Mr. Welch/Director 3/Sheriff 

Patrick Hebden 

Director #1/Townsperson

Greta Halwatch

Baldman/Bouncer #1

Jamie Hiller



CREW


ROLE

NAME

DIRECTOR  

Deb Stanson

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR

Kevin F. Johnston

STAGE MANAGER

Ed Langevin 

APPRENTICE STAGE MANAGER/Ast. Stage Manager

Wendy Leyden Smith

AST. STAGE MANAGER 

Eileen McLaughlin 

HEAD SET DESIGN /BUILDER

Robert Banning

SET DESIGNER

Robert Banning

SET PAINTING

Maggie Parent

SET BUILDER

Lawrence Lee

SET ASSISTANT 

Don Antosh

HEAD OF COSTUMES

Sara Marsh 

COSTUMES ASSISTANT

Mataya 

PROPS MASTER 

Terri Arora

ASSISTANT PROPS AND WHERE EVER NEEDED

Mary Anne Neville

LIGHTING/SOUND DESIGN 

David Tanner

MUSIC 

Kara Shaw

PLAY POLISHER  

Stan Jensen 

PHOTOGRAPHER

Malcolm Quinn

HAIR STYLIST 

Tamzin Morris 

LIGHTING OPERATOR 

Chris LaPointe

SOUND OPERATOR 

Chris LaPointe










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Buy Season and Save- Only Available For Limited Time

If you buy the season now for all three wonderful shows (It's a Wonderful Life, The Sting and Alice In Wonderland), you can save money!  Only $51 for all three plays, $45 for seniors.  This amazing offer is only available if you get your tickets soon.  Call Box Office 519 787 1981 or fergusgrandtheatre.ca to reserve now before time runs out.  

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 ECT Awards and ECTies

Awards at the Elora Community Theatre’s

Annual General Meeting

Sunday, September 23rd, 2016

A special award in memory of  Lis Pieper, who was an active member of local theatre for many decades, is presented each year to a person who has given continuous commitment to theatre in Centre Wellington.

Last year’s winner was Deb Stanson from Elora Community Theatre, who has directed many ECT shows over the years including Peter Pan, Tom Sawyer, Anne of Green Gables, Shakespeare in the Park Series and who has been president and involved in all aspects of productions year round.

This year the highly regarded award was presented to Judy and Paul Faires who have been involved since 1996 with the Not So Grand Players.  Paul acted, produced, built sets and made props and Judy stage managed and operated lights and sound, created costumes and acted as treasurer of the group and since 2003 with On The Spot Productions.  This award was presented by an active person involved in many theatre projects in the community, Terry Wilson.  The moving spotlight you see today at the Fergus Grand theatre is a result of the contributions of this group and the involvement of Judy and Paul.  Judy has also worked as a volunteer in the box office giving many hours to greet the public, look after selling tickets and helping the theatre administrator, Eric Goudie .  Together Paul and Judy have painted stage floors and dressing rooms, done general spring cleaning, cleaned and helped place stage lights and assisted in the facelift of the lobby.  Both Paul and Judy are members of the Fergus Grand Theatre Volunteers, Judy as secretary, Paul as treasurer.  They both organize and keep the concession stocked with supplies and they contribute to the snacks and refreshments for the variety of lobby meetings and gatherings that take place at the theatre.  They also decorate the lobby at special times such as Halloween and Christmas.

The Elizabeth Pieper plaque hangs on the wall in the Fergus Grand Theatre Box Office proudly displaying the names of past and present honourees.


At the AGM, awards voted on by the ECT membership and hence fondly called the ECTies, honoured people involved in productions over the past year including Twelfth Night (Shakespeare in the Park), Don’t Talk to the Actors, The Drawer Boy and Little Women.  The results were as follows:

Best Actor (female)- Katy Chapman as Jo in Little Women

Best Actor (male)-Gary Bryant as Morgan in The Drawer Boy

Best Overall Show/Production for the Season-The Drawer Boy  

(The Drawer Boy-Also awarded BEST PRODUCTION OF A CANADIAN PLAY by the Western Ontario Drama Festival Adjudicator)

Best Youth-Olivia Rumbell as Beth in Little Women

Best Supporting Actor (male)-Acey Kaspar in Little Women

Best Supporting Actor (female)-Beth Lanigan in Little Women

Best Newcomer-Lily Brosseau as Katy and Rachel Kaspar as Minnie in Little Women

Honourable Mention-Barbara Kidd as the fiddler in The Drawer Boy

Best Direction-Deb Stanson and David Tanner in Little Women

Best Set Design and Build-Robert Banning in The Drawer Boy and Little Women

Best Décor-Maggie Parent for The Drawer Boy and Little Women

Best Light Design-David Tanner for Please Don’t Talk to the Actors, The Drawer Boy and Little Women

Best Sound Design-David Tanner for The Drawer Boy and Little Women

Best Costumes, Makeup and Hair-Suzanne Trivers, Sara Marsh, Maggie Parent for Little Women

Best Props-Sue Kennedy for The Drawer Boy

Best Stage Manager-Zoe Clemens for Little Women

Special Directors’ Awards went to:

Jayne Simpson for Don’t Talk to the Actors

Robert Banning, Lawrence Lee and Maggie Parent for The Drawer Boy

Nancy Baker for Little Women

A Special President’s Award went to: David Tanner

The Elora Community Theatre season opens with It’s a Wonderful Life Nov. 4-13. Tickets are available now at the Fergus Grand Theatre Box Office 519 787 1981 or online.  Special reductions for the season tickets which includes The Sting in Feb/March and Alice in Wonderland in May.

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Play Selection-Be a part of it!

ECT invites a few volunteers to join the play selection committee.

We are looking to make selections for the Shakespeare in the Park, Fall, Winter, and Spring playbill for the 2017-2018 season.

Please contact Adrian Baker and/or Nancy Baker

Adrian at 519 589 2253 or adrianbaker79@gmail.com

Nancy at 519 822 6653 or nancyida@sympatico.ca

by Nov. 5th to offer your services to this committee.

Special Thank You to Deb Stanson and David Tanner for successfully integrating Shakespeare in the Park as an integral part of the ECT season.

 

DIRECTORS AND PLAYS NEEDED

for the 2017-2018 Season.

Directors, please submit your ideas for plays you would like to direct to

Adrian Baker and Nancy Baker,

Co-chairs of the ECT Play Selection Committee.

Deadline for submissions is November 30, 2016.

Contact Adrian and Nancy with your ideas at

ECTplaysubmissions@gmail.com


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Volunteers Needed for 50/50 Draw at EAch Show!

 A big thank you to Jim Monaghan who has handled this responsibility for many years.  Denise Gismondi has volunteered for the job and she would appreciate your help.

Volunteers needed for 50/50  Draw. Needed two people per show, which makes a total of 16 slots over the run to fill. Denise would like interested people to call 519-362-0645 or email denmargis58@gmail.com, if interested.  


Contact:  Denise Gismondi
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Christmas Cabaret Postponed for this year!  Stay tuned for next year!

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The Sting-Cast and Crew


Female Characters

Characters One Role

  • -         Mrs. Vanderkieft (Older Billie)……Mary Anne Neville
  • -         Miss Hastings……..Kim Young
  • -         Younger Billie…..Rochelle Collingwood Eckert
  • -         Ivy Niles….Nancy Baker

Characters Multiple Roles

Ingrid Fast

Dawn,Ginger , Mrs. Lombard, Manicure Woman, Miss Richmond, and New Waitress

Chiv Chivaul

Crystal, Lola/Chiv, Cigarette Girl

Jules Docherty

Fern, Woman Gambler, Rhoda, Lola

Jennifer Zirk

Loretta

Connie Mc Taggart

Four Star, Alva, Countess Boudreau and Dolores/Countess Boudreau

 

Male Characters Single Roles
  • -         Hooker……John Settle
  • -         Gondorff…..William Brezden
  • -         Lonnegan…..Adrian Baker
  • -         Maxie…..Ray Kavanaugh
  • -         Digger….Ben Parent
  • -         Groves…..Dan Williams
  • -         Erie….Danny Drew
  • -         Snyder…..Ted Shier
  • -         Polk…..Dave Beynon

Male Characters Multiple Roles

Cory Sanders…..Granger , Singleton

Haydon Tallon…….Mottola, Kid Twist

Rod Saunders…Combs, Conductor , Harmon , Man in Raincoat, FBI agent

Jim Monaghan/Simon Liebowitz…..Mr. Clayton/Mr. Jameson…


Crew to date:

- Simon/Jim - Directors

- Kevin Johnston - SM

- Dave Tanner‎ - Tech

- Sarah Dunbar/Sharon Vanderburg - Costumes

- Zoe Dunbar/Terri Arora - ASMs

- Robert Banning/Lawrence Lee/ Maggie Parent - set

 

Want to help out with this exciting production??    We need you for props and set decor!  Please contact Jim Monaghan to volunteer.

 heartjim@hotmail.com

OPPORTUNITY!!

Also we need one more male actor for fair sized role. Age from 20 to 50ish...flexible...


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Stay tuned for Audition Date for


Alice In Wonderland


which will be performed in May, 2017!

Directed by Jennifer Zirk!


 



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Now Meet your New ECT Board....and remember members are very welcome always at the meetings and to volunteer for jobs.   And if you are not a member, we would love to have you join us at ECT.

Returning Members Voted In:
Deb Stanson
Laura Hunter
Suzanne Trivers
Nancy Baker
Adrian Baker
Zoe Clemens
Julie Wheeler Bryant
Maggie Parent
Denise Gismondi
Jim Monaghan


Welcome New Members Voted In:
DAvid Tanner
Connie McTAggart

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I am excited to be doing your newsletter for the coming year after doing publicity for several years!
If you wish to contact me to submit ECT news, please do:  jwheelerb@cogeco.ca 


Julie Wheeler Bryant




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