‘Renovations’ Opens This Thursday (Nov. 27th)!

20141123-20141123-_DSF3330“RENOVATIONS A COMEDY” The second show of our season opens Thursday, November 27th and only runs until December 6th. If you haven’t already selected your tickets, you may want to do it now. This hilarious comedy was written by local playwright, Graeme Powell and we are very proud to host its world premiere! To be part of this historic event, get your tickets for the opening night performance on November 27th. On that evening only, we will be opening the doors at 6:30pm. Enjoy refreshments, live music and buy a glass of wine to help us celebrate the launch of this wonderful new play!

There are 2 easy ways to buy tickets.

1) ONLINE: go to our website or  click here for a direct link to our secure ticketing page. You will be able to select your own seats and receive an email confirmation with a link to tickets you can print at home and just bring to the theatre with you!

2) IN PERSON: go to our ticketing location, Little Acorn at 77 Brock Street West in Uxbridge during their regular business hours. (Mon-Sat: 10am-5pm, Sun: 11:30-2:30)

NOTE: If you have already purchased a Season’s Pass, you can also use either of the methods above to select your seats and get your individual show tickets using your pass code.

If you have any trouble with the online system, please email info@onstageuxbridge.com and we would be happy to help. There is also information on our website at: http://www.onstageuxbridge.com/online-ticketing-instructions/.

“Renovations” Opens Nov. 27th – Get Tickets Now

renovationsposterweb“RENOVATIONS A COMEDY” PREMIERE GALA ON NOVEMBER 27TH.

This hilarious comedy was written by local playwright, Graeme Powell and we are very proud to host its world premiere! To be part of this historic event, get your tickets for the opening night performance on November 27th. On that evening only, we will be opening the doors at 6:30pm. Enjoy refreshments, live music and buy a glass of wine to help us celebrate the launch of this wonderful new play!

There are 2 easy ways to buy tickets.

1) ONLINE: go to our website or  click here for a direct link to our secure ticketing page. You will be able to select your own seats and receive an email confirmation with a link to tickets you can print at home and just bring to the theatre with you!

2) IN PERSON: go to our ticketing location, Little Acorn at 77 Brock Street West in Uxbridge during their regular business hours. (Mon-Sat: 10am-5pm, Sun: 11:30-2:30)

NOTE: If you have already purchased a Season’s Pass, you can also use either of the methods above to select your seats and get your individual show tickets using your pass code.

 

Audition Notice: And Then There Were None

OnStage Uxbridge announces auditions for the classic Agatha Christie mystery

AND THEN THERE WERE NONE
Directed by Samantha Smilovic
Produced by Conrad Boyce

Show Dates
Apr. 2-11, 2015, Uxbridge Music Hall

Auditions
Sun., Dec. 7 at 2 p.m. and Tues., Dec. 9 at 7 p.m.
Sandford Community Hall, 433 Sandford Road

Callbacks
Thurs., Dec. 11 8 p.m. Same Locale

No preparation necessary, cold readings from the script. Just bring your best British accent!

If you’d like a copy of the script to peruse in advance, please contact Conrad at conradboyce@powergate.ca

If you’d like more information on the cast requirements, please contact Samantha at samstag@hotmail.com.

Here are the characters we need you to play (8 males, 3 females):

Vera: late teens – early thirties. Intelligent, resourceful, independent. A secretary.
Lombard: late twenties – early forties. Confident, strong, a bit of a scoundrel. An adventurer.
Wargrave: late fifties on. Focused, motivated, mindful. A judge.
Blore: late thirties – late fifties. Suspicious, foolhardy, certain in his convictions. An investigator.
Armstrong: late thirties – late forties. Nervous, gullible, cowed. A doctor.
Emily: mid-forties on. Rigid, cold, religious. A spinster.
MacKenzie: fifties on. Worn down, fatigued, confused. A retired general.
Marston: late teens – late twenties. Reckless, immature, self-involved. Rich.
Rogers: early thirties – late fifties. Misanthropic, domineering, self – important. A butler.
Ethel: early thirties – late fifties. Haunted, hysterical, heart in her throat. A cook.
Naracott: early thirties – late fifties. Proponent of serving class unrest, cockney. A boatman.

Look forward to seeing you at auditions!