Welcome to the Century House Players drama group, formerly known as The Golden Age Theatre Group
What We Do: Theatrical Performances
Current production: Working entirely from their homes using Zoom, the Century House Players group, formerly known as the Drama Club, rehearsed and recorded “Quarantine Humour,” a set of eight skits on Zoom, under the direction of Marilyn Remus. The cast worked extra hard to learn new techniques of acting, and our talented director Marilyn Remus also had to learn new ways of directing. Each of them had to learn how to create a scene without many props to help them. Technical help was provided by Valerie Ross, Curtis Albertson, Tim Hicks, and Joy St. John.
In December we’ll present a very funny play called “What’s On TV?”
In mid-November our member Eileen Mackenzie will do a solo Irish-accented presentation of “Grace O’Malley the Irish Pirate.” It’s a tale she wrote as a comical version of a true story about a wild Irish woman who was a wife, a mother, a pirate, a gambler, a soldier, and leader of men. Grace lived in the 16th century when Queen Elizabeth was conquering Ireland. The highlight of her story is when she travels to England to plead her case to Queen Elizabeth. Please watch for the details.
Important to Know: No acting experience is necessary.
When Do We Meet?: To be announced
What Is the Cost?: None
Who Can Join?: Century House members
Golden Age Theatre is looking to increase the number of men on its roster of actors and technical crew. You’ve never acted before? No Problem!! Discover your hidden talents.. For more information about our seniors’ group of aspiring “thespians”, please call or email: Marilyn Remus, Artistic Director 604.522.1741 or Joy St-John, Stage Manager 604.819.1946.
Previous Production: “Those Were the Days” – A celebration of Century House’s 60th Anniversary, June 1 & 2, 2018
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Last Reviewed on 2020-10-21