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Box Office
Kenneth DeBaeremaeker's picture

Halfway there. 3 down, 3 to go. We have hit our mid-season break here at GCTC but business is business as usual. Every year around this time GCTC offers a special on tickets. We offer or Holiday "Evergreen" pass that gets you 2 tickets to any performance of any remaining play in our 2012-2013 season. This is available through the box office at a discounted rate. It comes complete with a gift bag and gift card that can be given as the perfect gift for the holidays. GCTC box office is also operating the annual GCTC "It's a BIG Deal" Fundraising raffle.

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4 years 48 weeks ago
Production
sgerry's picture

There's nothing like intensive production meetings, whiteboard markers, post-it notes and 20 message email streams to compliment a cup of mulled apple cider and a glowing holiday fire. ...... Oh wait. It's the season for undercurrents: theatre below the mainstream planning, my friends! Pat Gauthier and I have been hard at work in the confines of the GCTC Holiday Workshop (aka Administration Offices) preparing for the hottest theatre during for the coldest time of the year in our fair city.

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4 years 48 weeks ago
Playwright in Residence
laronovitch's picture

The last show of GCTC’s season is a new play by Toronto’s Rosa Laborde, Like Wolves. Although rehearsals for the show won’t start until well into the new year, the creative team has already been assembled and is already hard at work.

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4 years 48 weeks ago
Friendship Circle
dcaytak's picture

Hello to everyone!  I am the co-director of Friendship Circle, an organization that is dedicated to matching teenage volunteers with families who have a child with special needs.

Guess what?  We are having a concert on Monday, December 17 at GCTC at 7 pm.  This is a Gala Benefit Concert with the famous 8th Day Band.

You can check them out on YouTube.  Because they are so famous and play amazing music they have close to 2,000,000 hits on YouTube.

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4 years 49 weeks ago
Fritzi
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4 years 49 weeks ago
Community Outreach
kbeckett's picture

On Thursday November 29th bus number 5931 was parked in front of the Irving Greenberg Theatre Centre not such an unusual site you say. Well, this vintage 1959 GM coach with the original green, red and beige paint, its single row seats and its manual sign changer is anything but usual. It was definitely a huge hit at opening night of the play now running at the GCTC called The Number 14.

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4 years 50 weeks ago
Artistic
ecoates's picture

Years ago I heard a story about a young broadcaster who spent an entire university semester sending a late night show out from the campus radio station, only to discover that the transmitter was turned off every night before he took to the airwaves. The show lived in his mind, but nowhere else. This is the secret fear that I harbor as I take my turn on the GCTC blog. The fear is entirely unfounded, however, as several GCTC supporters have commented that they did indeed read my early contributions to the site.

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4 years 50 weeks ago
Rentals & Events
jgrant's picture

What an adventure! If any of you drove by GCTC last night you may of seen the vintage OC Transpo bus that was parked out front. A fitting prop for the opening night of The Number 14, a comedy about riding the bus! Thanks to The Courtyard Restaurant who presented a lovely array of delicious post show snack that were just as pretty as they were yummy. The restaurant located at 21 George Street in the ByWard Market offer superb cuisine and a charming atmosphere for any occasion! I hope everyone who was there had a great time and enjoyed the show. See you all in 2013!!!

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4 years 50 weeks ago