On Friday June 7 2013 at the Clarion Pinewood Resort, the Gateway Theatre Guild will be presented with a recognition award for our long standing history in North Bay as a non-for-profit community organization. The award will be added to the Northgate Hall of Fame where many other artists and musicians have been recognized.
The criteria to grace the wall includes being considered a shining star in the community, whose contributions provide historical benefit and enhance public value and lifestyle for the betterment of the community.
It's mostly musicians but it can be anything to do with entertainment," he said, adding various disciplines are covered including dance, acting and media.
Nomination suggestions are made to board members, biographies are turned in and the final decision lies with a selection committee.
The Use of Movement and Mask as an Acting Preparation Method
Come see how gesture, dance, and the different qualities of movement can deepen your work as an actor. How can simply changing the pace of your walk alter who you appear to be onstage? Participants will have the opportunity to use Commedia, Balinese and Clown masks, while exploring how movement can help you find and improve your understanding of any character you are asked to play. Directors will benefit from the understanding of Space, Weight, Time and Flow as they can directly be applied to blocking and staging as well as being used by the actor in developing character. Participants can bring scripts for roles they are currently working on, or scenes will be provided. Loose clothing is essential as most of this workshop will be spent in motion.
Glen Blair is a Director/Actor and a trained Drama Therapist. Glen’s passion for mask work comes from his work as a therapist where masks have the power to unleash real emotion. Also his travels to Bali, China, Tanzania, Thailand and Tibet have provided ample opportunity to witness the power of Mask in Theatre. Glen has provided acting and directing workshops in Thailand, Malaysia, Canada, China, Tanzania and the United Kingdom.
This free, 4 hour workshop will be held on 15 June 2013 at the Voyaguer Inn in North Bay starting at 1pm in the Greenery Room and is open to the first 14 GTG members who send their request to firstname.lastname@example.org or call the GTG box office at 705-358-1425.
QUONTA One Act Festival Still Waiting For Entries!
Workshop members and potential directors have shown a lot of interest but actual entries for the One Act Festival Workshop that will take place June 7, 8 and 9 in Sault Ste Marie have not come in yet. All submittals are welcome.
If you need more info or would like to enter, please contact Harry Houston by Phone: (705 946-4081)
or email (email@example.com <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org> )
as soon as you can. It’s a great learning experience you don’t want to miss.
CONGRATULATIONS CAST & CREW FOR 4 OUTSTANDING SELL OUT PERFORMANCES.
THANK YOU SO MUCH NORTH BAY FOR YOUR CONTINUED SUPPORT.
THANK YOU SO MUCH TO ALL OUR PATRONS & SPONSORS!
I LOVE YOU, YOU'RE PERFECT, NOW CHANGE is presented though special agreement with R & H Theatricals: www.rnh.com
Al MacAskill Michelle Jackett-Webster
Jeremy Cormier Roxey Size
Bryan Elsey Lisa Boivin
Blake Cerisano Jodi St-Pierre
Maria Maille Tania Lavigne
Caleb Geden Tahlia Zaloski
Chip Kean Deanna Hodgins
Our Crew (to date)