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Learn how to be a Director with our

Directing Workshop
Sat., Jan. 16th - 9 am to 4 pm
at PCT Rehearsal Hall - 305 Centre St. Petrolia.
Cost $10 per person Maximum of 20 participants

To attend please visit our Facebook event page and ask to be added to the list!

Directing WorkshopAbout the Workshop:We will be covering 4 aspects of Script Analysis (Character development, Beats and Script divisions, Pace and Choices in Timing), 5 aspects of Blocking (Givens, Dynamics of Voice & Range, Rank & File, Approach & Contact, and Tension), Several approaches to directing at rehearsals (Notes, Repetition & Revitalization, and Side Coaching), and Practical Exercises to help your actors reach their best. A full list of topics covered is on the Facebook event.

About the Trainer: For over 25 years, Joe Harwood has taught courses on acting, technical production, television and film production. He was the Drama Coordinator of Mount Allison University and has his BA and B Ed in theatre. He has worked for CBC and ran drama workshops for inmates at a medium security institution. He has won numerous awards and has taught and worked with a multitude of theatre companies in Ontario. See Joe's full bio on our Facebook event page.

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April 2016 - The Matchmaker by Thornton Wilder
Dates: April 20, 21, 22, 23 & 24

More information and cast requirements can be found on the Auditions page

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Hope you all enjoyed this brand new comedy by local author Warren Graham.

Congratulations to Director Carol Graham for an enormously successful show.

 

PCT is delighted to announce the recipient of our 2015 Scholarship is Lily Cardiff. Congratulations to Lily!

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Helpful & Interesting Links

  • WODL - The Western Ontario Drama League was founded by D.Park Jamison in 1932, W.O.D.L. has served the theatre community within Ontario.
  • Theatre Ontario - Provides theatre practitioners throughout Ontario with training and information to enhance and support their art form.
  • Pen and Stage - News and information about the visual & performing arts in the Blue Water Area of Michigan and Ontario