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
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
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).
The Long Weekend by Norm Foster
Directed by: Michelle Webster
The Long Weekend is the story of two couples; Max and Wynn, and Roger and Abby. Max and Wynn invite their friends Roger and Abby up for a pleasurable weekend at their new house in the country. During the visit, the true nature of their relationships comes to the surface, with plenty of hilarious surprises along the way.
Max: Matthew Martineau
Wynn: Cindy Kettner
Roger: Bryan Elsey
Abby: Roxey Size
Stage Manager: Carri Johnson
Assistant Stage Manager: Tracey Cain, Joe Mathieu
Co-Producers: Rhona Kenny, Anna Iati, Joanna Miles
Line Prompter: Lynn Ingham
Sound Designer/Operator: Erin Dokis
Lighting Design: Bob White
Properties: Erin Dokis, Joe Mathieu
Set Design/Construction: Jim Harney
Box Office: Mandy Kerr
When: February 24-27, 2016
Where: Ecole Publique Secondaire Odyssée
480 Norman Ave. North Bay, ON
Doors Open at 7:00PM/ Curtain at 7:30PM
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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.
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 email@example.com
Maximum 35 participants/first come fist serve
$10.00 for Gateway Theatre Guild members
$40.00 for non-members
Registration deadline was - April 1
- Michelle and Tracey