Announcing our Auditions for Rapunzel
by Ben Crocker
We are pleased to announce that we are doing auditions for our Fall show, Rapunzel - read below for details
ALL Auditions will be held at the NCAC in Bells Corners on Stafford Road. This is because the Ron Kolbus Centre is Closed for the months of MAY and JUNE for maintenance. NCAC - Art Studio 10, 35 Stafford Road, Bells Corners,K2H 8V8
7 - 12 principle (Lead) actors
Brunnhilde Blunderberg - -Dame
Young Max (Cameo 1 scene only)
King of Evergreen (Also plays King of England on the Wold)
Queen of Evergree (Also plays Queen of England on the Wold)
Gothel - Witch
Waylon - Weason, Belongs to Gothel
Max - Hiilda's Son
Landlord John Deere
Landlady Janey Deere
Cusfoms Officer Jobs
Cusfoms Officer Worth
Times and dates:
Thursday June 1st and Monday June 5 7pm-9pm for ALL Leads (Principle parts) interested
Sunday June 4th 1-4pm for ALL chorus parts. (Chorus parts are all 12 and under but we will up to 14 year old)
Please send an email to email@example.com to book your place today!!
Our show will be ON-STAGE at the Ron Kolbus Lakeside Centre Starting on November 9th to 12th with 2 shows Saturday November 11th
Rehearsals start in September the Sunday AFTER labour day. Chorus rehearsals are Every Sunday at NCAC, Leads are Monday and Thursday at RKLC
Statement from the Board: July 2020
Change is a constant in today's society, and we are witnessing history in the making. People are being called to address racism and other injustices and to be better, to acknowledge the injustices committed against all marginalized communities and to help heal the wounds inflicted by the generations that came before us, up to and including today. We are answering that call.
We at the Lakeside Players renew our commitment to our members and the community at large to be a safe place for ALL persons. In our 30 year history, we have witnessed acts of prejudice and racism as well as acts of kindness and compassion. We commit to acting on behalf of those whose voices have been systematically silenced. The Lakeside Players acknowledges that it can no longer stand by while our Black, Indigenous, LGBTQ2S+ and other communities continue to face discrimination. As such, we feel we have a duty and responsibility to speak out; to provoke thoughtful discussion, to educate, and to promote social justice, as we have always done.
We support your right to peaceful protest and share in your quest for freedom from oppression. We will always be by your side. We recognize that we must do better, to educate ourselves and others, to assist in the move away from past stereotypes. As a theatre organization that is member/community driven, we renew our dedication to accessibility and inclusion. We will continue to address our issues as they are identified and listen to our community, engaging and acting on social issues of the day. We commit to our community that we will be inclusive in all that we do, and we will continue to acknowledge our dedication to improvement and change as required.
The Board of directors,
Lakeside Players, Ottawa
That's a wrap...Jack and the Beanstalk
Congratulations to our amazing cast, chorus, crew, house band and many dedicated volunteers! See you at next year’s Ottawa pantomime!