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Theatre Orangeville PD Day Camp – Grades 2 to 6

Nancy & Doc Gillies Rehearsal Hall 065371 Dufferin County Road 3, Orangeville, Canada

Join us as we Play in a Day and unleash our creativity and imagination. This one-day theatrical extravaganza blends fun and learning as kids explore acting, improv, and collaborative storytelling. This camp guides budding actors through engaging activities, performance and exploring their imaginations. fostering teamwork, self-expression and confidence. With crafting characters, staging miniplays, and participating…

Authors on Stage – Roméo Dallaire

Theatre Orangeville 87 Broadway, Orangeville

A discussion with Roméo Dallaire about his new book, The Peace: A Warrior’s Journey, moderated by former CBC host Carol Off. Roméo Dallaire shows us the past, present and future of war through the prism of his own life. Trained in classic warfare during the Cold War era of mutual deterrence, Dallaire in good faith…

Theatre Orangeville PD Day Camp – Grades 2 to 6

Nancy & Doc Gillies Rehearsal Hall 065371 Dufferin County Road 3, Orangeville, Canada

Join us as we Play in a Day and unleash our creativity and imagination. This one-day theatrical extravaganza blends fun and learning as kids explore acting, improv, and collaborative storytelling. This camp guides budding actors through engaging activities, performance and exploring their imaginations. fostering teamwork, self-expression and confidence. With crafting characters, staging miniplays, and participating…

The Darktown Strutters’ Ball

Theatre Orangeville 87 Broadway, Orangeville

By Leslie McCurdy and Cassel Miles based on an original script by Leslie McCurdy. The song The Darktown Strutters’ Ball was the earliest jazz recording ever made, and it was written by Shelton Brooks, an Afro-Canadian who was the music industry’s first superstar. This compelling new musical review will take you back to the early…

The Darktown Strutters’ Ball

Theatre Orangeville 87 Broadway, Orangeville

By Leslie McCurdy and Cassel Miles based on an original script by Leslie McCurdy. The song The Darktown Strutters’ Ball was the earliest jazz recording ever made, and it was written by Shelton Brooks, an Afro-Canadian who was the music industry’s first superstar. This compelling new musical review will take you back to the early…

The Darktown Strutters’ Ball

Theatre Orangeville 87 Broadway, Orangeville

By Leslie McCurdy and Cassel Miles based on an original script by Leslie McCurdy. The song The Darktown Strutters’ Ball was the earliest jazz recording ever made, and it was written by Shelton Brooks, an Afro-Canadian who was the music industry’s first superstar. This compelling new musical review will take you back to the early…

The Darktown Strutters’ Ball

Theatre Orangeville 87 Broadway, Orangeville

By Leslie McCurdy and Cassel Miles based on an original script by Leslie McCurdy. The song The Darktown Strutters’ Ball was the earliest jazz recording ever made, and it was written by Shelton Brooks, an Afro-Canadian who was the music industry’s first superstar. This compelling new musical review will take you back to the early…

The Darktown Strutters’ Ball

Theatre Orangeville 87 Broadway, Orangeville

By Leslie McCurdy and Cassel Miles based on an original script by Leslie McCurdy. The song The Darktown Strutters’ Ball was the earliest jazz recording ever made, and it was written by Shelton Brooks, an Afro-Canadian who was the music industry’s first superstar. This compelling new musical review will take you back to the early…

The Darktown Strutters’ Ball

Theatre Orangeville 87 Broadway, Orangeville

By Leslie McCurdy and Cassel Miles based on an original script by Leslie McCurdy. The song The Darktown Strutters’ Ball was the earliest jazz recording ever made, and it was written by Shelton Brooks, an Afro-Canadian who was the music industry’s first superstar. This compelling new musical review will take you back to the early…