This collection of "Fairy Tales for Grown-Ups" is not for the easily offended. No topic is safe as we follow the adventures of Poona and her friends, punctuated with catchy musical numbers.
MATURE CONTENT WARNING: Adults only please!
A special blog post from our KWLT community! Over the next few months, we will hear from various community members on a wide range of theatre-related topics. KWLT looks forward to providing this forum for theatre patrons, volunteers and fans to tell us about their experiences, love of community theatre, and perhaps some useful advice for those aspiring to get more involved.
Sean is a twenty two year old student, musician and aspiring game designer. Sean has been involved in community theatre in both Brantford and KW for the past eight years, volunteering mostly as an actor, with some experience in directing, stage managing, and technical direction. Sean specializes in musical theatre, and has been a member of KWLT since 2014.
The deadline is less than one week away. Get your entries in now!
One night. Several teams. One script… and that script could be yours!
March Madness is an annual theatrical competition hosted by the Kitchener-Waterloo Little Theatre (KWLT). Production teams are given a short script one night, audition their actors the next day, and then perform a week later. It’s a night of theatrical mayhem, with one play seen through some very different artistic lenses.
KWLT is looking to expand content on our website to include semi-regular or regular blog submissions from individuals in the community. The blog entries should have a connection to community theatre, though not necessarily KWLT specifically, and can cover any number of possible topics.
Perhaps you are interested in writing about your first experience with community theatre or theatre in general?
Do you have some knowledge and experience you want to share (as an actor, director, stage manager, etc)?
Two down, one to go. If you are interested in being a part of the next show at KWLT you should come by the theatre on this final night of auditions! Just because it is audition night doesn't mean you need to be an actor. Come by and talk to the crew to volunteer in another capacity! For all the details on the auditions themselves check the event page.
KWLT was born in 1935. The first season contained three shows including Shaw’s The Devil’s Disciple, in March of 1936. This year our staged readings will feature shows from our first year, the second of which is George Bernard Shaw's The Devil's Disciple.
KWLT was born in 1935. The first season closed out with W. Somerset Maugham’s The Circle in May 1936. This year our staged readings will feature shows from our first year, wrapping up with W Somerset Maugham's The Circle.