Come have fun in the sun!
Village Theatre, Waterdown is participating in the first ever
Saturday August 20th and Sunday August 21st in downtown Waterdown.
Come and join us in promoting Village Theatre, by either helping out in our information booth or by strolling through the crowds in fanciful costumes handing out flyers and being generally engaging and welcoming. Other ideas are welcome!
It’s shaping up to be a really great festival, with artists and well-known performers like Dan Hill and Ashley MacIsaac. http://artsfest.ca
Bring your own theatrical costume or hat, or let us know you’d like one provided.
We’re looking for people able to do 2 hour shifts, but you’re welcome to stay longer if you’re having a good time.
If you’re interested (and why wouldn’t you be!) please contact our Volunteer Coordinator Steve Sharpe at: Steve.firstname.lastname@example.org
MURDERED TO DEATH
By Peter Gordon
A spoof in the Agatha Christie tradition. Set in a Manor house in the 30’s, an eclectic group of characters tries to determine who murdered the owner.
Auditions: Tues. July 5th, Sun. July 10th and Sun. July 17th, 2016
5 Female, 5 Male
For more information see our “Auditions” page
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The Village Theatre AGM is to be held on June 26th at 3.00pm at St James Church.
The purpose of the AGM is to :
· Present reports from all members of the Executive Committee;
· Elections to the Board of Directors and the Executive Committee;
· Discussion of any motions presented by the Board, the Executive or by members of the Corporation.
· The exercise by the Board of clause 3.2b of this Constitution (delegation of annual spending authority to the Executive).
The following key positions are vacant on the Executive:
(3) Membership Coordinator.
Members in good standing are invited to apply for any vacancies on the Executive, either in advance to the President (email@example.com) or as a proposal from the floor of the AGM. Positions are filled by secret ballot.
The City Advices that Memorial Hall should be complete by the end of the first week in July, 2016.
A big thanks to the Cast and crew for such a terrific production of Move Over Mrs. Markham. This was an excellent romping farce in the best traditions of this particular artistic form. seats sold reasonably well and all are to be congratulated for covering our costs and making a small profit towards future productions.
A big thank you to everyone who came out to see “Move Over Mrs. Markham” in May. Our cast and crew are all taking a well deserved rest until next fall.
Stay tuned for “Murdered To Death” by Peter Gordon.
November 17th, 18th, 19th and November 24th, 25th and 26th 2016.
Auditions will be posted as soon as they are available.