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1st STAGERS: Ages 7-11

Brief Interviews with Internet Cats: A Stay-At-Home Play by Patrick Gree

Celebrity interviewer Ian McWorthy has a dream line-up for tonight’s episode of the World Wide Window: a veritable litterful of felines whose internet antics have catapulted them to fame. In this fast-paced series of hilarious interviews, Ian uncovers the story behind Tuffy’s first dramatic foray into a cardboard box, learns just what makes Nelson the Grouchy Cat so very, very grouchy, contends with the diva-like antics of Kitty Boo Boo and her entourage, and so much more. So stay tuned! Things are bound to get a little…hairy.

Directed by Vicki Odanga

Stage Managed by Demis Odanga

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Recommended for performers ages 7-15.

Performers can only be in one show at a time, please do not register the same performer for both shows.

Rehearsals run Tuesday Evenings and Saturday Mornings

February 23rd – May 15th 2021

Show will be available to stream throughout June 2021

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Produced by special arrangement with Playscripts, Inc.
(www.playscripts.com)


at Virtual Event on Feb 23, 2021 - May 15, 2021 at All Day


2nd STAGERS: Ages 12-15

The Show Must Go Online by Jessica Penzias, David Hudson and Denver Casado

The hilarious story of a group of passionate students desperate to keep their annual musical alive…online!

Directed by Stefannie Flannigan

Musical Direction by Jaclyn Cunneyworth

Stage Managed by Isaac Atfield

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Recommended for performers ages 7-15.

Performers can only be in one show at a time, please do not register the same performer for both shows.

Rehearsals run Tuesday Evenings and Saturday Mornings

February 23rd – May 15th 2021

Show will be available to stream throughout June 2021.

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THE SHOW MUST GO ONLINE is presented through special arrangement with Beat by Beat Press (www.bbbpress.com).


at Virtual Event on Feb 23, 2021 - May 15, 2021 at All Day


SPOTLIGHT: Youth Mentorship Program
For theatre enthusiasts in Grades 10/11 with performance experience.

Program Coordinator: Tyneisha de Baize

Program Overview:

Youth mentors will act as Rehearsal Assistants for the 1st and 2nd Stagers Virtual Shows in exchange for a certificate of program completion and high school volunteer hours. Directors for the Virtual Shows will provide the Program Coordinator with a list of actors who require additional rehearsal time every week, and then the Program Coordinator will assign a mentor to each actor.

Potential mentors will apply below and the Program Coordinator (STAGES Youth Liaison), STAGES Artistic Director and TW General Manager will review applications and select successful candidates.

Expectations:

Mentors will be required to read and familiarize themselves with the scripts/songs for both shows.

Mentors will be required to attend Tuesday evening rehearsals from 7pm-9pm and run lines, discuss character work, review blocking and notes with the younger actors assigned to them that week.

Mentors are encouraged to attend Saturday rehearsals to observe progress and understand directors’ goals and expectations.

Mentors are expected to assist with additional tasks, including set construction/art, prop making, and editing.

Mentors must record all one-on-one Zoom sessions with performers and share the recording with the Program Coordinator and General Manager.

Benefits:

Potential to earn 60+ volunteer hours.

Receive a Certificate of Program Completion.

Expand personal theatre education.

Fast track future STAGES Camp Counsellor applications.

Resume growth for post-secondary applications and jobs.

Timeline:

End of February to middle of May


at Virtual Event on Feb 28, 2021 - May 15, 2021 at All Day