staged readings

KWLT presents the final staged reading in our studio series this year.

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The Giver, Adapted by Eric Coble from the Newbery Award-winning book by Lois Lowry.

Saturday, May 23rd 8pm at the Kitchener-Waterloo Little Theatre, 9 Princess St. E. Waterloo. 

Admission by donation to the theatre. 

Join a fantastic cast as they explore what perfect control does to a society. 

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Announcing the final staged reading of the 2014/2015 season!

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Staged readings are a great way to try acting in a low pressure setting, to scratch the theatre itch without the 3 month time commitment, or to try something new that you want to work on for the stage! You'll spend Friday night and the day on Saturday working on the script with the director, adding characterization and some staging, and then present your work to an audience Saturday night followed by some discussion and feedback from the audience!

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KWLT Presents: A staged reading of A Mad Breakfast

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Join us next Saturday February 21 at 8pm for a staged reading of a classic Vaudeville farce, A Mad Breakfast by Isabel McReynolds Gray. Directed by Adrienne Dandy.

In a boarding house, practical jokers Mr Jones and Miss Brown tell each of the Guests that wealthy visitor Mr Long is especially interested in their individual hobbies. They also tell Mr Long that the boarding house is a lunatic asylum. 

Admission is by donation. After the reading, we'll have a discussion about the play and the performance. Find the facebook event here: https://www.facebook.com/events/800677499981505

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May Staged Reading

The Giver, Adapted by Eric Coble from the Newbery Award-winning book by Lois Lowry.

Join a fantastic cast as they explore what perfect control does to a society. 

12-year-old Jonas is just like everyone else. Or at least, he thinks he is until he is chosen for a particular honour. Jonas will be trained to hold the memories of his entire community.

A Mad Breakfast

Practical jokers Mr Jones and Miss Brown tell each of the Guests that wealthy visitor Mr Long is especially interested in their individual hobbies. They also tell Mr Long that the boarding house is a lunatic asylum.

Part of the Staged Readings series. Also join us in May for our 3rd and final reading. Details to come!

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