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We Can’t Wait to see You in 2021!   Update to Century Church Theatre patrons (October 2020)

These past months have been challenging for all of us as we confront the impact of COVID-19 especially as it pertains to the operation of local community theatres. We would like to take this opportunity to thank you – our loyal audience members – for all the support and patience you have shown us as we work through these most difficult times. Our Board of Directors from the Erin Arts Foundation continue to prioritize the health and well-being of our membership and our audience members. Delaying our return until the start of the new year in 2021 will effectively afford us the necessary time required to ensure all health and safety protocols and measures are in place for the anticipated return of live theatre here at Century Church Theatre in the new year.

The current season here at Century Church Theatre will tentatively be adjusted as follows (in keeping with current COVID-19 restrictions):

  • The Fall show The 39 Steps, the Pantomime Dick Whittington and His Cat, The Muir Family and Bob Milne concerts are postponed now until the Fall of 2021
  • We plan to open again with the suspenseful thriller – To Die For in March 2021, followed by the hilarious comedy – Jack Of Diamonds in May 2021
  • We will communicate any changes to this schedule, should they become necessary, to our patrons via our website and database. We encourage you to share this information with friends and family who may not have access to email or the Internet.

The Box Office will also remain open in the meantime to assist you in planning for our upcoming productions…we can be reached at (519) 855-4586 from 9:00-9:00 each day. We thank you once again for your ongoing support of the Arts and your understanding and patience in the days and months ahead as we diligently work “behind-the-scenes” to ensure the safe return of live theatre performances here at Century Church Theatre for audience members like you!

Recognition for Century Theatre Guild at ACT-CO Festival, 2020

Century Church Theatre is celebrating a number of nominations garnered by its Century Theatre Guild members for the most recent plays that were entered in the 2019-2020 Association of Community Theatres, Central Ontario Festival. Nominations and winners were announced April 4, 2020 at ACT-CO’s first-ever virtual broadcast.

Always a Bridesmaid, written by Jessie Jones, Nicholas Hope and Jamie Wooten and directed by Jim Monaghan, was nominated in the following category:

Best Performance by a Female in a  Supporting Role (Comedy)

Nadia Comeau as Sedalia Ellicott

Congratulations to everyone involved!

Sleeping Beauty, written by Jo Phenix and directed by Doug MacDougall, was nominated in the following categories:

Musical Adjudicator Awards

Darcy Tyrrell as Thorne

Outstanding Young Performer

“Nominated for exceptional work in combining the roles of Music and Stage Director to achieve an incredibly strong vision in both areas.”

Doug MacDougall

Music and Stage Director Award

Congratulations to everyone involved!

Recognition for Century Theatre Guild at ACT-CO Festival, 2019

Century Church Theatre is celebrating a number of nominations garnered by its Century Theatre Guild members for the most recent plays that were entered in the 2018-2019 Association of Community Theatres, Central Ontario Festival.

Dixie Swim Club, written by Jessie Jones, Nicholas Hope and Jamie Wooten and directed by Nick Forrow, was nominated in the following categories:

Best Production Brigida Scholten, Producer

Best Director (Comedy) Nick Forrow

Best Set Design, Jo Phenix

Adjudicator’s Awards: 

Best  Ensemble, The cast of Dixie Swim Club

Uniformity, Clarity and Consistency of Dialect and Accent 

* THEA AWARD WINNER *

Michelle Salmon as Vernadette

Outstanding Performance in an Ensemble

Congratulations to everyone involved!

Robin Hood, written by Jo Phenix and directed by Doug MacDougall, was nominated in the following categories:         Chris Warzin as Sheriff of Nottingham

Best Lead Male in a Comedy

Darcy Tyrrell as Much

Outstanding Performance in a large Cast

Congratulations to everyone involved!

Recognition for Century Theatre Guild at ACT-CO Festival, 2018

Century Church Theatre is celebrating a number of nominations garnered by its Century Theatre Guild members for the most recent plays that were entered in the 2017-2018 Association of Community Theatres, Central Ontario Festival.

(Pictured here clockwise from left to right – Doug MacDougall, Jo Phenix, Neville Worsnop, Angie Sapalovski, Lisa Sandlos, and McLean Edwards)

Aladdin, written by Jo Phenix and directed by Neville Worsnop, was nominated in the following categories:

Adjudicator’s Awards:

“Above and Beyond”: Exceptional Theatre Magic

Jo Phenix, for her unique Panto script

Outstanding Youth Ensemble, Vocal and Dance Corps

Musical Director, Doug MacDougall
Choreographer, Lisa Sandlos

Fatal Attraction, written by Bernard Slade and directed by Nick Forrow, was nominated in the following categories:

Adjudicator’s Award: 

Honourable Mention – Acting   

McLean Edwards as Tony Lombardi

Best Performance by a Female in a Supporting Role

* THEA AWARD WINNER *

Angie Sapalovski as Maggie Stratton

 

Congratulations to everyone involved.

 

Recognition for Century Theatre Guild at ACT-CO Festival, 2017

Cast & Crew of The Murder Room, Century Church Theatre

Century Church Theatre is celebrating a number of nominations garnered by its Century Theatre Guild members for the most recent play that was entered in the 2016-2017 Association of Community  Theatres, Central Ontario Festival.

The Murder Room, by Jack Sharkey, was nominated in the following categories:

Best stage-manager of a comedy: Martyn Worsnop

Adjudicator’s Award: Jeff Cottam, for skillfully playing two different roles.

The entire company for Best Ensemble:

Jeff Cottam
Rhonda Hewitson
Jean Miller
Nick Forrow
Kathy Venneman
Doug MacDougall
Director, Pamela Niesiobedzki-Curtis

Congratulations to everyone involved.

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