Camp Runs from August 8th to 26th
Monday to Friday 9am – 3:30pm
Registration is $500.00 at our box office 519-537-2582.
Performances: Click here
Join us for the most exciting summer camp in the Oxford County
Four weeks of dramatic training, friendships and fun
What happens at summer camp?
We explore many of the skills, games and workshops we use in our other programs but jam them all into weeks packed full of fantastic fun!
Theatre is an exciting way to help discover ourselves, develop a life skills and gain confidence to us serve them for many years. Learn while losing yourself in dramatic adventure, playful storytelling and Hootenanny team building!
Did you know that Cinderella has a long lost twin brother named Bob living in the same kingdom with his own wicked stepfamily? The separated siblings have enlisted the services of the Fairy Godmother, the Godfather (he ain’t no fairy!) and two enchanted gerbils to help wile their way into the exclusive royal festivities of Wychwood-under-Ooze. Bob has his sights set on Prince Percy’s all-kingdom baseball game, while Cinderella eyes the birthday gala for Princess Petunia. When the two strangers disappear at midnight after Cinderella hits a game winning homerun, the search is on to find the feet that fit the glass slipper and the muddy cleat! This hilarious musical send-up of Cinderella will delight actors and audiences alike!!
Directed by Betty Ford
Musical Director Desiree Ford
Choreographer Maddy Kozak
Stage Manager Joanna Sweete
at The Market Centre on Aug 08, 2017 - Aug 25, 2017 at 12:00 am
“Songs of Simon” celebrates the music and career of the legendary Paul Simon, and stars the multi-talented Kim Ladd in the lead role. Filled with timeless music from the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s, “Songs of Simon” features classic tunes from Simon & Garfunkel combined with Paul Simon’s greatest hits as a solo artist. Song highlights include “Sound of Silence”, “Homeward Bound”, “The Boxer”, “Graceland”, “Slip Sliding Away” and many more audience interactive favourites.
at The Market Centre on Sep 23, 2017 at 8:00 pm - 10:15 pm