ACT will be holding its AGM on Monday June 13th at 7:00 PM at the Ajax Community Centre, 75 Centennial Rd., Ajax.
The election of Board directors will be held and we encourage all of those interested in guiding our future to run for the Board positions.
If you have any questions, please email: email@example.com
We are looking for a DIRECTOR for:
“Five Women Wearing the Same Dress” a comedy by Alan Ball
– February 16 – 25, 2017
All plays are performed in the beautiful, state-of-the-art St. Francis Centre, Ajax.
Please submit your name, resume, and play(s) of interest to Dave at firstname.lastname@example.org
Patrons attending ‘And Then There Were None’ are advised that there are gunshots and the use of e-cigarettes.
“I’ll Be Back Before Midnight” by Peter Colley
November 17 to 26, 2016
After enduring a recent nervous breakdown, Jan and her archaeologist husband, Greg, rent an old farmhouse haunted by the ghost of a murder victim, or so says their quirky landlord George. Jan’s mental recovery soon takes a turn for the worse due to the arrival of Laura, her husband’s manipulative sister. As well, a series of unexplained events that only seem to affect Jan occur, leading us to to question whether she’s suffering a nervous relapse – or if something more sinister is afoot.
“Five Women Wearing the Same Dress” by Alan Ball
February 16 to 25, 2017
This heart-felt comedy set in Knoxville, Tennessee follows the all-too-familiar tale of five acquaintances awkwardly crossing paths for what seems like a brief moment in their lives – their friends’ wedding. With conflicting interests and strong personalities, the five bridesmaids struggle at first to get along, but it isn’t long before the girls find something to unite them in friendship – a common dislike for the bride. Moments of friction resolve themselves giving way to an unbreakable bond between the women. Please be advised that strong language is used throughout this play.
“The Explorators Club” by Werner F. Schmidt
April 27 to May 6, 2017
Hours after the death of Tom – president of the Explorators Club – members of the Arctic Institute attempt to stage his death as an accident in order to collect a large insurance policy for their Institute. A disorderly scheme to stage the body ensues, plagued by unexpected guests and technical errors resulting in a hilarious and chaotic mess.
Eric Newton, Director of ‘Looking’, is pleased to announce that the following actors have been cast.
In order of appearance:
Kate Arms, Director of ‘And Then There Were None’, is pleased to announce that the following actors have been cast.
Ajax Community Theatre is currently seeking the following Production Team roles for this season:
Producer and Stage Manager Required for:
- And Then There Were None
If you are interested in these roles please send your information to email@example.com.
The Ajax Community Theatre selected it’s new Board Members at the Annual General Meeting. Congratulations to the New Board Members listed below:
Mark Salonius – President
Dave Edwards – Vice President
Sarah-Liis Jones – Secretary
Eric Newton – Fundraising Coordinator
Ian Speiran – Box Office Coordinator
Meghan Thompson – Publicity
Nancy Palumbo – Treasurer
Sherry Clarke – Volunteer Coordinator
Janice Donnely –
November 19, 2015 to November 28, 2015
February 18, 2016 to February 27, 2016
April 21, 2016 to April 30, 2016
Ajax Community Theatre is looking for volunteer Producers for our second and third shows of the upcoming season (“Crimes of the Heart” and “One for the Road”).
Producers are responsible for co-ordinating production staff; maintaining communication between everyone involved in a production; ensuring that the Director has all that he/she needs to achieve their artistic vision of the show; ensuring that the Stage Manager has all that he/she needs to successfully and safely execute the show; ensuring the production is adhering to previously agreed-upon budgets; and, most important, helping ensure that everyone volunteering their time has a fun and rewarding experience.
In addition ACT is looking for volunteers to staff key positions – for the entirety of our 2014-2015 season – to assist us in completing our goal of presenting quality live theatre.
Costumes and Props Inventory Co-Ordinator:
The primary goal of this role is to maintain the inventory of props and costumes in our storage unit and thus be able to provide in-flight shows with information as to what we have in storage and what would need to be acquired.
This role is the prime on set construction activities for all in-flight shows, including co-ordinating construction activities, managing our inventory of construction materials, and over-seeing the final build and ultimate removal of our sets.
This role is responsible for staffing and managing the concessions, including managing inventory and stocking the fridges; setting up concessions displays; counting money, reporting to house manager the evening’s sales and safe transfer of money to a designated individual.
This role is responsible for staffing ushers (with the assistance of our Volunteer co-ordinator); supervising all front of house staff including ushers, 50/50 draw person, concessions staff; placement of lobby displays (sponsor table, cast and crew photos); reporting to stage manager status of house (ie. all patrons accounted for and seated); and liaise with the box office.
Box Office Manager:
This role responsible for printing and issuing tickets to patrons who purchase tickets as walk-ins, have reserved tickets, or have selected “will call” as their ticket option; taking cash and credit card orders on site; counting up the evening’s sales and safe transfer of money to a designated individual.
We are looking for 2 to 4 individuals to assist in our overall Publicity Strategy; posting notices, distributing flyers, and creating/posting to social media.
If you are interested in filling any of these roles, or wish additional information, please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org