Youth Summer Workshop 2019
Once again Lauren Cassleman is directing a group of 11 to 17 years old in the production of Paul Williams and Alan Parker’s Bugsy Malone. This fun musical will be performed August 16 – 18, 2019, at the Winchester Old Town Hall. Tickets available mid July.
The Importance of Being Earnest, by Oscar Wilde, directed by Mike Carter. The Dundas County Players presented this witty and funny classic play with a fresh twist between April 26 and May 5, 2019: (view the press release here)
See the video trailer (on FB)
Marion Bridge – was written by Daniel McIvor, directed by Moira Law, with Elizabeth Barton as Assistant Director and Suzanne Steele as Stage Manager.
Saturday September 15th at 7pm:
The 39 Steps by Patrick Barlow, directed by Tony Glen.
November 3 to November 12 2017:
(music and lyrics by David Nehls and book by Betsy Kelso).
DCP’s 2017 Youth Summer Workshop
The Dundas County Players presented You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown, based on the Comic Strip “PEANUTS” by Charles M. Schulz, Book, Music and Lyrics by Clark Gesneron, on August 3-6, directed by Lauren Cassleman.
June 2017 Show
Nanny Featherbottom and the Neighbour’s Corpse.
April 2017Amanda Burger directed the Alex Haber play: “On This Day.” The production ran from April 21st to April 30th 2017.
Tony Glen and Liz Barton directed the sold out production of Tim Firth Calendar Girls November 18 to 29.
July and Aug 2016
Play readings and Workshops.
The DCP Youth Summer Workshop presented (Aug 12-14)
“Pump Boys and Dinettes”, presented by special arrangement with Samuel French. Book, Lyrics and Music by John Foley, Mark Hardwick, Debra Monk, Cass Morgan, John Schimmel and Jim Wann was directed by Terry Green.
Buzzz, Cabaret 2012: A series of songs and plays with a bug theme was directed by Elizabeth Barton. The Cabaret included two one-act plays: Troy Banyan’s “Crawl to be Kind” and David McGiver’s “Time Flies”.
1)Peterborough Examiner Award: “Best visual production for combined use of setting, signage, lighting & silhouette acting”
2) Helen R. McGregor Award “For representing a welcome trend in community theatre of presenting new, original work & also for writing a Hell of a good script”
Fall: Voice of the People*, & Canadian Cabar-eh –
The Voice of the People & An Unfortunate Series of Murders were taken to the One Act Festival put on annually by the Eastern Ontario Drama League, hosted by Merrickville that year and DCP won the following awards:
1)Penny Arril Adjudicator’s Award for best overall in technical & logistical to Voice of the People & An Unfortunate Series of Murders
2)Colin Mawson Award for Outstanding Contribution by a Student to Franziska Glen as Myrtle – Voice of the People
3)Nepean Little Theatre Acting Award:Leading Male or Female Role to Tony Glen as Shorty Morton – Voice of the People
4) Ottawa Little Theatre Best Production to The Voice of the People
Christmas: Pantomime –
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