Gateway Theatre will be holding auditions for Norm Foster’s The Long Weekend November 26th and 27th.
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.
Casting is for two female and two males able to play any age between 30 and 50. Auditions will require individuals to prepare a monologue in the style play (i.e. Norm Foster or Neil Simon).
For more information or to book an audition please contact Carri at firstname.lastname@example.org or 705 498-9297.
Written by Kristin Shepherd
Directed by Maureen Cassidy
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
2015-2016 SEASON LINE-UP
Curved by Kristin Shepherd/Directed by Maureen Cassidy - Nov 4-7
The Long Weekend by Norm Foster/Directed by Michelle Webster - Feb 24-27
GTG Proudly hosts Theatre Ontario in North Bay, ON - May 18-21
(Dates/Location/Times/Productions TO BE DETERMINED)
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2015-2016 Season Brochure PDF
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Good day patrons, supporters, fellow thespians and theatre goers. For the first time in many years, we've changed our ticket pricing to adhere to today's inflated expenses for materials required to build sets, purchase playrights, pay for professional talents to produce these plays, and all of this is to sustain our non-for-profit community theatre organization so that we can continue to provide you with exceptional theatre and entertainment. While still quite affordable, we tried as long as the organization could sustain itself with the now expired ticket prices.
Please click the link below for our rates for this upcoming 2015-2016 season.