May 27th at Young People's Theatre
Yesterday was our first Spring Showcase for young audiences in the Peel region at Meadowvale Theatre. Great crowd, very nice staff, amazing artists. The night was a success!
Sultans of String (who just learned a few days ago that they have been awarded the 2014 SiriusXM Indie Awards in the World Artist Group of the Year category) opened the night with a bang.
Here are our best shots for the event. If you're interested in attending our next showcase in two weeks (in Toronto at the Young People's Theatre), click here or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Sultans of String during the rehearsal|
|The technicians are getting ready|
|Jim Dalling taking some time to text to his son. Awww...|
|Back stage. No tap shoes please.|
|The Peel Showcase took place at the Meadowvale Theatre in Mississauga|
|Getting ready for our guests (everyone got a copy of the best seller guide Toronto Fun Places)|
|Greg Frankson hosted the evening|
|Jim Dalling went wild!|
|Jim Dalling explaining one of Loki's dreams|
|Jim Dalling: Loved it! Loved it! Loved it!|
|Our own Jon pushing a broom (we're posting this to show to his mom)|
|AKA Dance in their own version of ballroom dancing|
|AKA Dance took everyone by surprise!|
|Not so serious ballroom dancing by AKA Dance|
|Getting ready for Puppetmongers|
|Hubert Brard, Instructional Coordinator, The Arts, Health and Physical Education |
for the Peel District School Board offered $500 to be redeemed on a Prologue show
|Puppetmongers and their professors mentioning that their show is "not suitable for adults"|
and explaining to the adults present how to deal with the situation...
|Puppetmongers Theatre's original puppetry|
|Khac Chi Bamboo Music: The bamboo flute, one of Chi's inventions|
|Khac Chi interacting with young participants|
|Khac Chi and their young helpers|
|Greg Frankson ended the evening with a funky poem|
|Mommy!... It's over!!!! See you next year.|