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(North Bay, Ontario)

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2015-2016 Season Launch
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~~2015-2016 Season Brochure PDF~~
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The Gateway Theatre Guild proudly plays host to

THEATRE ONTARIO DRAMA FESTIVAL 2016

May 18-22, 2016

We require volunteers in several different areas.  This is a great opportunity for Guild members, friends and family to get involved with what will surely be a fabulous event.

Please have a look at the spreadsheet below to see where you mnight be able to share some of your time.

Please contact Kelly Boegel if you can participate and in what area(s).

Email: kelly@organizen.ca

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Theatre Ontario 2016 is proudly hosted in North Bay by the Gateway Theatre Guild

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2015 MUSIC THEATRE WEEKEND

Hair the Musical

 

The Third Annual Music Theatre Weekend is now borderline full for registration but there may be an opening for last minute stragglers.

This year's weekend will take place on April 30 and May 1 2016 from 10am-3pm.

A "pay what you can" public performance of the weekend's material will be performed on Sunday May 1 at 6:00 pm

This year's weekend will feature selected material from The "Rock Tribal Musical" HAIR!

To register email candotheatre@hotmail.com

Maximum 35 participants/first come fist serve
registration fee:
$10.00 for Gateway Theatre Guild members
$40.00 for non-members

Registration deadline was - April 1

- Michelle and Tracey

MAY BE ROOM FOR 1 OR 2 MORE SPOTS!

 

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Curved

Written by Kristin Shepherd
Directed by Maureen Cassidy

Curved wins at Quonta! 

Next stop Theatre Ontario in North Bay again hosted by yours truly Gateway Theatre Guild

Curved  is about family relationships.  This is the story of an eleven year old girl growing up in an extended family of strong, compelling and imperfect women, all of whom struggle with freedom, love, sexuality, and dying.  Curved is Kristin Shepherd's new darkly comic and intelligent play about what it is to live a curved life.

THIS SHOW IN NORTH BAY WAS A GREAT SUCCESS.

THANK YOU FOR ALL THOSE THAT CAME OUT TO SUPPORT.

NEXT STOP... QUONTA DRAMA FESTIVAL 

Noth Bay dates: November 4-7, 2015
Time: 7:30 PM
Where: L'Ecole Secondaire Publique Odyssée, 480 Norman Ave., North Bay, ON
Tickets: 705-358-1425 --- Adults $20 / Students $15


CAST:

GRANNY WAVE - June Keevil
 
ESTELLE - Joanne Bernier

WAVY - Patsy McVicars

DEL - Tanya Webb

CHLOE - Johanna McPherson
 
NURSE - Stephanie Haines

 

North Bay tops at Quonta

Monday, March 21, 2016 6:42:25 EDT PM

 

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SUDBURY - The Gateway Theatre Guild's production of Kristin Shepherd's Curved will be the Quonta representative at the Theatre Ontario Festival in May in North Bay.

 

Tania Webb won best actress for her performance as Del.

Other awards included outstanding technical achievement to Brian Nettlefold and Dilip Patel and an adjudicator’s award Sing to Me Award for Health Gardiner and the Living Fit Choir.

The Gateway Theatre Guild also had nominations for outstanding visual presentation, outstanding actress in a supporting role (June Keevil), outstanding actress is a lead role (Patsy McVicars) and outstanding director (Maureen Cassidy).

Curved is a play about family relationships, focusing on an 11-year-old girl growing up in an extended family of strong, compelling and imperfect women, all of whom struggle with freedom, love, sexuality and dying.

Marc Beaudette of the Sault Theatre Workshop was named best actor at the five-day Quonta Regional Drama Festival. He was a serial killer in Sault Theatre Workshop's production of Bryony Lavery's Frozen.

Beaudette and Kassandra Bailey received an adjudicator's award for their “scary relationship.” Bailey appeared as a forensic psychologist who researches the reasons why people kill.

Gore Bay Theatre won several major awards including director (Walter Maskell and Andrea Emmerton), supporting actor (Jack Clark) and supporting actress (Tara Bernatchez) for Kindertransport.

 

 

North Bay tops at Quonta

Monday, March 21, 2016 6:42:25 EDT PM

SUDBURY - The Gateway Theatre Guild's production of Kristin Shepherd's Curved will be the Quonta representative at the Theatre Ontario Festival in May in North Bay.

Tania Webb won best actress for her performance as Del.

Other awards included outstanding technical achievement to Brian Nettlefold and Dilip Patel and an adjudicator’s award Sing to Me Award for Health Gardiner and the Living Fit Choir.

The Gateway Theatre Guild also had nominations for outstanding visual presentation, outstanding actress in a supporting role (June Keevil), outstanding actress is a lead role (Patsy McVicars) and outstanding director (Maureen Cassidy).

 

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QUONTA Drama Festival 2016

The QUONTA Drama Region includes groups from Sault Ste. Marie, Elliot Lake, Espanola, Sudbury, Timmins, Gore Bay, and North Bay, and it has held professionally adjudicated annual five-day festivals since the 1950’s. For the first time since 2003, the QUONTA Drama Festival is returning to Sudbury. Festival Chair Helen Landry said “This year’s theme is Northern Ontario’s Friendliest Blood Sport”.

This year’s entries are Tuesday, March 15, “Curved” – Gateway Theatre Guild (North Bay); Wednesday, March 16, “The Foursome” – ELATE (Elliot Lake); Thursday, March 17, “Kindertransport” – Gore Bay Theatre (Gore Bay); Friday, March 18, “Nightingale” – Take Two Theatre (Timmins); Saturday, March 19, “Frozen” – Sault Theatre Workshop (Sault Ste. Marie); Sunday March 20, “Awards Brunch” – 11 am at the host hotel – The Lexington (formerly Howard Johnson) on Brady Street.

 

Curved