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Marketing
asoobrian's picture

Now that everyone is back from their winter holidays, it’s time to get back to some serious work. Some of that serious work includes the beginning of the creative process of creating the brochure for GCTC’s upcoming season. This consists of brainstorming meetings with our graphic designer from Friction Creative. Friction Creative has been designing for GCTC for over 20 years (I think....definitely as far back as I can remember) and they’ve created a multitude of styles for our various seasons.

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4 years 2 weeks ago
Marketing
asoobrian's picture

It’s getting closer and closer to closing time at GCTC. Every year for the holidays, the office, theatre and box office close down so everyone can recharge their batteries and enjoy time with their families.  So right now everyone is focusing on wrapping up their final duties of the year. We launched the fourth annual undercurrents: theatre below the mainstream festival last week.

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4 years 5 weeks ago
Development & Marketing
Iliana Ordaz-Jeffries's picture

This week seems to be a week of firsts. My colleague Kerry is not the only one being faced with new experiences. Last night I assisted undercurrents Festival Director, Patrick Gauthier and GCTC Assistant Production Manager Seth Gerry in the auditions for the Annual Lawyer Play.

 

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4 years 7 weeks ago
Community Outreach
kbeckett's picture

Monday,  December 2nd was my first time at the Capital Critics Awards Gala in the Salon of the NAC. The NAC imagine that. I've heard of the Capital Critics Awards before, but this was my first up close and personal experience.  The Capital Critics Circle began in 1980 with a group of theatre critics with backgrounds as varied as the plays they review.  They have a number of categories similar to most theatre awards: Best Actor, Best Actress, Best Design, Best Production etc. They review local work, both professional and community.

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4 years 7 weeks ago
General Manager
Nancy Oakley's picture

Opening night of Ann-Marie MacDonald’s Goodnight Desdemona, (Good Morning Juliet) was fabulous. The audience loved the show with its smart writing and fun energy.  Whether the battles were with words or swords everyone was engaged in the theatrical magic. The five Ottawa actors Margo MacDonald, Pippa Leslie, Sascha Cole, Zach Counsil and Geoff McBride play numerous characters so there are lots of costumes and quick changes that keep the story moving at a fast pace.

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4 years 7 weeks ago
Rentals and Events
Marlo Xavier-Leroy's picture

My name is Marlo Xavier Leroy and I'm the new Events and Rentals Manager with GCTC! I'm here to assist you with your next event, seminar, fundraiser, showcase, baby shower, stag....you name it!

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4 years 8 weeks ago
Marketing
asoobrian's picture

Recently I ventured into our studio theatre to check out rehearsals of our upcoming show Goodnight Desdemona, (Good Morning Juliet) and to snap a few pictures. I was treated to some nice snippits of scenes from the show that were being rehearsed at the time. It started out with just Zach Counsil and director Ann Hodges rehearsing one scene. Because it was in the rehearsal hall, there were stand-in props and no real stage or set.

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4 years 9 weeks ago
Community Outreach
kbeckett's picture

If you are looking for macaroni art or pipe cleaner decorations you won’t find them at Glisten. But if it’s beautiful one of a kind jewelery, home decor and fashions items you are seeking then the Great Canadian Theatre Company is the place. On Saturday Nov. 16th from 10 am to 3 pm, GCTC and Urban Craft is hosting the third annual Glisten! A Handmade Holiday Event.

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4 years 10 weeks ago