The Woodstock Experience

The Woodstock Experience

Posted by on Jun 14, 2019 in Events, Partner Events | 0 comments

SS7 Muzik Productions

Presents

The Woodstock Experience

The Woodstock Experience

In 1969 the greatest music festival ever happened – Woodstock.

2019 marks 50 years since then and we invite you to come back with us to that incredible time in music history.

Featuring performances by Cheryl Lescom, Rick Taylor, Chuckee Zehr, Steve Toman, and Grant Heywood.

Appropriate for audiences 10+. For more information contact David Harland at ss7muzik@gmail.com


Friday June 14, 2019

Doors @ 7:00 pm

Show @ 8:00 pm

Tickets: $35 + fees

Tickets available soon at Ticketscene

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The Woodstock Experience

The Woodstock Experience

Posted by on Jun 14, 2019 in Events, Partner Events | 0 comments

The Woodstock Experience

In 1969 the greatest music festival of all time happened – Woodstock.

Now 50 years later we invite you to allow us to take you back to that time in music history. Featuring performances by Cheryl Lescom, Chuckee Zehr, Rick Taylor, Steve Toman, Grant Heywood and Marc Shickluna. We highly recommend timely fashion and dress, encouraging us to greater heights!

Friday June 14, 7 pm

Tickets” $35

Buy Tickets Online

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Playground: Festival of New Work

Playground: Festival of New Work

Posted by on Jun 6, 2019 in Events, JM Drama, Registry Events | 0 comments

JM Drama Alumni

presents

Playground: Festival of New Work

 

From June 2-9, 2019, Playground: Festival of New Work will feature short medium works/excerpts by emerging artists from the Waterloo Region and surrounding area.

Submissions are now being accepted from all theatre and performance creators looking to present their fresh concepts on the stage. Whether your project is performance ready, or needs some shaping to come off the page and be experienced by an audience, whether it is text based or a performance experiment, Playground is a new theatre community platform where you can present your next exciting idea.

We love to work with first timers, as much as we enjoy supporting all emerging and established artists. By submitting to our festival, you will join a community of local theatre and performance makers. Our invitation extends to musicians, choreographers, designers, filmmakers, animators, and new media artists who are looking for opportunities to present in harmony with theatre and performance arts.  Our festival team is looking to adapt as best as possible to your creation needs, and is willing to look for opportunities to support works outside of the traditional theatre setting. Please join us, especially if what excites you most is the chance to workshop and produce at the region’s most popular venue: The Registry Theatre!

 


How To Submit

 

In the spirit of playing and grounding, we are recruiting short-medium projects that deliver brevity of storytelling, and where our available resources can best compliment the work. We ask that you submit a maximum 20-page excerpt or project proposal. Please note that all submissions need to be at least at the first-draft stage, and by no means need to be polished. All works that are accepted into our festival will have access to technical and creative support from the festival team for revisions and development in the months leading up to the festival.

For those who are outlining a proposal, please give us a clear idea of what your technical and personnel needs are, as well as what kind of environment you envision your work in. The more you can describe in detail, the better. Please provide any applicable supporting materials, including: images, examples, and samples of previous work.

Deadline for submissions is October 15, 2018.  Electronic submissions are highly encouraged and can be sent via email to info@registrytheatre.com; please include your name and contact information with your submission.

Creators selected for further development will be invited to join a Writer’s Circle that will meet four times from November 2018 through February 2019 to share work, develop ideas, and become part of the production planning team. Works might be produced, read before an audience, or shared in whatever way is of most benefit to the work, and within the means of the overall project.

If you have any questions, you can contact Sam Varteniuk, Artistic Director at 519-745-6565 x 1.

 


 

Our official call for directors, stage managers, designers, and performers will be released separately – please feel free to express your interest in these opportunities with your submission.

We look forward to hearing from you!

 

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Elora Chamber Winds

Elora Chamber Winds

Posted by on Jun 2, 2019 in Classics at the Registry, Events, Registry Events | 0 comments

The Registry Theatre

presents

Elora Chamber Winds

Brahms by Arrangement

Johannes Brahms idolized Joseph Haydn. His variations on a theme by Haydn was based upon Haydn’s Saint Anthony Chorale. Plus Brahms’ Quartet in G minor. All arranged for woodwind quintet and piano.

Les Allt ~ Flute
Jim Mason ~ Oboe
Pater Shackleton ~ Clarinet
Ian Hopkin ~ Bassoon
Derek Conrad ~ Horn
plus special guest pianist


Sunday June 2
3 pm

Tickets:
$28 Adult / $25 Senior

6 concert series pass:
$140 Adult / $120 Senior

Call 519-578-1570 or Buy Tickets Online

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Jeremy Brubacher and Friends Cancer Benefit Concert

Jeremy Brubacher and Friends Cancer Benefit Concert

Posted by on May 26, 2019 in Events, Partner Events | 0 comments

Jeremy Brubacher and Friends Cancer Benefit Concert

 

 

Musical concert featuring a variety of musicians playing country/folk/rock covers and original music. Funds raised go to the Grand River Regional Cancer Center.

 


 

Sunday May 26 

Doors open at 3:30 pm

Show from 4 pm – 6 pm

 

Tickets: $10

Tickets available at the door or by contacting Jeremy Brubacher at 226-789-9485.

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SchubertNow: The Journey Outward

SchubertNow: The Journey Outward

Posted by on May 25, 2019 in Events, Partner Events | 0 comments

NUMUS

Presents

SchubertNow: The Journey Outward

Conceived for big sound and image, “The Journey Outward” explores re-writings of Schubert songs for a contemporary ensemble of baritone, cello, piano, drums, and pre-recorded electronics, alongside continuous and immersive projections. Set in the 21st century, this show formulates Schubert’s “Winterreise” not as an inward human-centric journey, but as an outward journey into the natural world. The wanderer’s alienation from his fellow humans emerges as a result of his separation from nature.

For more information contact info@numus.on.ca


May 24-25, 2019 at 8:00 pm

Tickets are $30 General or $10 Student

Tickets will be available on Ticketscene or at the door. Cash and credit cards are accepted.

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