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The Importance Of Being Earnest

November 25-27, 2011 at Imperial Theatre
By Oscar Wilde

"Never Speak Disrespectfully of Society. Only People Who Can't Get Into It Do That"

In Oscar Wilde's most perfect comedy, loved for its sensational characters and popular one-liners, young bachelors Jack and Algernon each assume a pseudonym to woo the women who have won their hearts. Abandoned in London's Victoria Station as an infant and now living in a country manor, Jack has fallen in love with Algernon's cousin Gwendolen, the daughter of the formidable Lady Bracknell. In order to meet with her in London he invents "Ernest," a fictitious brother who demands his attention in the city. Meanwhile Algernon escapes his obligations in London to visit his friend "Bunbury" in the country. There Algernon meets and falls in love with Jack's ward Cecily, and the stage is set for clever manipulations and hilarious confusion. When each gentleman is forced to unwind his web of lies and reveal himself to the ladies - and in Jack's case, his parentage to Lady Bracknell - being earnest takes new meaning....

Featuring
(In order of appearance)
Gilbert Boyce
Scott Thomas
Rob Jeffrey
Jackie Oland
Lindsay Bell
Sarah Butler
Sandra Bell
Vince Gregg
Dean Turner
Production Team
Director: Robert Moore
Stage Manager: Andrea Cunningham
Assistant Stage Managers: Tina Ouellette & Nicole Slipp
Technical Director: Brian Goodwin
Head of Set Construction: Les Terry
Head of Properties: Tina Ouellette
Costumes: Sandra Donnelly & Jennifer Craft
Lighting: Darik Hatfield
Sound: Atlantica Centre for the Arts students
Head of Set Painting: Kiki Tanfara
Head of Makeup: Lynda Stamers-Gaunce

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Black Comedy

March 17-19, 2011 at Imperial Theatre
By Peter Shaffer

"The fun starts when the lights go out"

When the lights are on – the characters are in the dark. Imagine an already comic situation made even more chaotic as the characters fumble about in the dark – in full view of the audience. Struggling artist Brindsley wants to impress his fiancée's visiting father, so he dim-wittedly breaks into a neighbour's flat and "borrows" the fancy furniture. But just as the last antique is set in place, a fuse blows and the lights go out! A litany of unexpected guests and mistaken identities throw the evening into chaos—but the darkness also sheds hilarious light on everyone's true character.

Featuring
(In order of appearance)
Colin MacDonald
Chelsea Cusack
Kizzy Kaye
Robert Moore
Keith Dickson
Candice MacLean
Anthony Stuart
Scott Marshall
Stefan Verch
Kathryn Ann Keery
Dance Ensemble: Kristi Stuart (choreographer), Lesley MacLeod-Dickson, Angelina Cyr and Joanna Bryson
Production Team
Director : Scott Thomas
Stage Manager: Sarah Dever Letson
Assistant Stage Manager: Sally Kwong & Nicole Slipp
Set Construction: Less Terry
Set Design: Judith Mackin
Costume Design: Brenda McLeese
Sound: (Atlantica): Blaze Palmater & Yendi Brissett
Lighting: Darik Hatfield
Hair: Hairacy’s: Catherine Hamer
Properties: Sally Kwong & Nicole Slipp
Makeup: Lynda Stamers-Gaunce
Set Painting: Kiki Tanfara

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Cat On A Hot Tin Roof

May 19-210, 2011 at Imperial Theatre
By Tenessee Williams

In a plantation house, a family celebrates the sixty-fifth birthday of Big Daddy, as they sentimentally dub him. The mood is somber, despite the festivities, because a number of evils poison the gaiety: greed, sins of the past and desperate, clawing hopes for the future spar with one another as the knowledge that Big Daddy is dying slowly makes the rounds. In the midst of this, Maggie ‘the Cat’ struggles desperately to re-kindle the flames of passion with her disillusioned husband Brick.

Featuring
(In order of appearance)
Alex Goldrich
Emily Bartlett
Dean Turner
Bet O'Toole
Amber Arsenault
John Case
John Martin
Kevin McNeil
Rob Jeffrey
Christina Isbill
Elspeth Arbow
Kennedy McGeachy
Sophia Wilcott
Alex Sinclair
Marah Duncan
Production Team
Director: Stephen Tobias
Stage Manager: Sally Kwong
Assistant Stage Manager: Vincent Gregg & Rob Jeffrey
Wardrobe: Kizzy Kaye
Lighting: Darik Hatfield
Set Painting: Kiki Tanfara
Makeup: Julie Lewicki
Properties: Lynda Stamers-Gaunce
Set Construction: Les Terry
Technical Director & Set Design: Brian Goodwin
Hair: Catherine Hamer (Hairacy’s)
Sound: Atlantica Centre for the Arts

 

 

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2017-2018 Main Stage Subscriptions on sale now! To order please call Imperial Theatre box office at 1-800-323-7469. 

 THE GLASS MENAGERIE. A special touring performance of the Tennessee Williams' classic. Saint John (Oct 17-21), St Stephen (Oct 24), Sussex (Oct 26) andRiverview (Oct 28)Ticket & touring info.

 

MAMMA MIA! AUDITIONS. October 22-25, 6:30pm at the BMO Studio Theatre. Directed by Jennifer Mabey.

SARAH HAGENNovember 3, 8pm at the BMO Studio Theatre. An evening of live piano music with award winning Canadian pianist Sarah Hagen. Ticket info.  

 

 

 


 

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