Executive Board 2018-2019

Theatre Burlington Executive

President Chuck Learn
Vice President Mark Collis
Secretary Liz Boydell
Treasurer Peter Malysewich
Business Administrator Lawrie Bonanno
Past President (automatically appointed)
Member-at-large (appointed) Fay Bonanno & Leanne Briere

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Box Office
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Leanne Briere & Fay Bonanno
Play Reading Secretary
Liz Boydell
Advertising & Promotion Fay Bonanno & Rosemary Rhodes
Membership Peter Malysewich
Newsletter Chuck Learn
Webmaster Mark Collis & Adam Collis

 

2018 Theatre Burlington Awards Presentation

Held June 21, 2018

The Townsend Award for “Best Cameo Appearance”
WINNER: Brandon David as Prince Greatheart in Sleeping Beauty

The Post Award
The Gift of Burlington Post for “Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role”
Nominees
– Inese Hill as Fairy Lightning in Sleeping Beauty
– Heather Baer as Queen in Sleeping Beauty
– Liz Buchanan as Bobbi in Hilda’s Yard
WINNER: Inese Hill

The Hayes Award
The gift of Inez Hayes for “Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role
Nominees
– Mark Collis as Pip in Sleeping Beauty
– Julian Nicholson as George Willowby in I’ll be Back before Midnight
Ryan Trepanier as Gary in Hilda’s Yard
WINNER: Julian Nicholson

The Harold P. Sellers Memorial Award
Gift of Theatre Burlington for “Best Technical Achievement #1”
Nominees
– Tom Levely for Set Design on The Gin Game
– Brian Nettleford for Sound Design on I’ll be Back Before Midnight
Nancy Dykman for Set Design of Hilda’s Yard
WINNER: Brian Nettleford

The Lawrence Bonanno Award
Gift of Lawrie Bonanno for “Best Technical Achievement #2”
Nominees
– Tom Levely for Set Design on The Gin Game
– Brian Nettleford for Sound Design on I’ll be Back Before Midnight
Nancy Dykman for Set Design of Hilda’s Yard
WINNER: Nancy Dykman

The Sondra Learn Award for “Best Coordinated Costumes”
Nominees
– Eleanor Cook for costumes in The Gin Game
– Liz Boydell for costumes in Hilda’s Yard
WINNER: Liz Boydell

The Patricia Howlett Award
Gift of Patricia Howlett for “Outstanding Actress in a Leading Role”
Nominees

– Judi Skinner as Foncia Dorsey in The Gin Game
– Terry Brunsting as Jan Sanderson in I’ll Be Back Before Midnight
– Kimberley Jonasson as Hilda in Hilda’s Yard
WINNER: Kimberley Jonasson

The Flo & Wes Lee Memorial Award
Gift of Theatre Burlington for “Outstanding Actor in a Leading Role”
Nominees
– Tom Levely as Weller Martin in The Gin Game
– D’Arcy Wilson as Greg Sanderson in I’ll Be Back Before Midnight
– Will Armstrong as Sam in Hilda’s Yard
WINNER: Tom Levely

The Randolph Rhodes Award
Gift of Rosemary Rhodes for “Outstanding Ensemble Work”
Nominees
– David Mallis director of The Gin Game
– Michael Hannigan director of I’ll Be Back Before Midnight
– Moe Dwyer director of Hilda’s Yard
WINNER: Moe Dwyer

Best Director Award
Gift of Tom Machan for the “Best Directed Play”
Nominees
David Mallis for The Gin Game
Michael Hannigan for I’ll Be Back Before Midnight
Moe Dwyer for Hilda’s Yard
WINNER: David Mallis

The Best Production Award
Gift of Michelle Spanik for the “Best Production”
Nominees
– Michelle Spanik for The Gin Game
– Penny Oliver for Hilda’s Yard
WINNER: Michelle Spanik

The President’s Award
For outstanding contribution to Theatre Burlington during the present year
WINNER:
Fay Bonanno

Auditions: Strangers Among Us

By Aaron Bushkowsky

Directed by Maureen Dwyer
Produced by Penny Oliver

Two people suffering from Alzheimer’s Disease meet and fall in love over and over again because they don’t have very good short term memory.

Gabrielle and Michael meet by accident, fall in love, part, meet again and fall in love all over again. Every time they meet, they forget each other’s name because they suffer from Alzheimer’s Disease. Eventually, they end up at a long-term care facility where they meet other people suffering from the same malady, extraordinary people who live and die with courage and hope. In the end, Michael and Gabrielle find love again and, in the process, change the lives of the people around them. This sad, romantic tale shows that hope remains even after tragedy strikes.

Audition Dates
Sunday September 16, 2018 – 6:00-9:00 PM
Monday September 17, 2018 – 7:00-9:00 PM

Rehearsals
Sunday afternoons 1:00-5:00 PM, Monday and Wednesday 7:00-10:00 PM.

Production Dates
Dates: February 1-2-3*, 8-9-10*, 15-16*, 2019
*Matinee

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Seasons Ticket Deadlines

Box Office phone renewal of Seasons (Series) Tickets ends July 15, 2018.

Online Sale of Seasons (Series) Tickets runs July 16-31, 2018.

Online Ticket Sales of individual performances starts Aug 1, 2018

Box Office phone 905-639-7700.
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Waiting For The Parade

Written by John Murrell

Directed by Sondra Learn
Produced by Penny Oliver

A touching drama that speaks honestly and directly to the heart.

Waiting for the Parade by playwright John Murrell, is an award winning Canadian play which takes place in Calgary in the 1940s during WWII.  With music and costumes from the era, it captures life back home as people rallied to support the war effort amid shortages and personal loss.

The are the women who also served during World War II, providing munitions and knitted socks, battling food shortages and devastating loneliness, who were expected to “keep smiling through” unit the boys came home.

Dates: September 14-15, 21-22, 28-29, 2018
Curtain 8:00 PM

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