Some of our friends are doing this show in the Fringe. Let’s support Theatre that promotes and showcases #AllAbilities!
DramaWay Showcase Attendees:
TTC AND ROAD CLOSURES
Here are the TTC and road closures scheduled for June 17th. Please find an alternate route to get to the Papermill Theatre (67 Pottery Road).
There will be no subway service between Sheppard West and St George stations on June 17 and 18 due to signal upgrades. All trains on Line 1 will turn back southbound at St George Station.
Shuttle buses will operate between Sheppard West and Lawrence West stations during this closure. Customers are encouraged to use existing east-west bus/streetcar routes to the Yonge portion of Line 1 or north-south bus routes to Line 2.
F. G. Gardiner Expressway
• Gardiner At Off Ramp York/Bay/Yonge
• Gardiner Expy From Bathurst St To York St
• Gardiner Expy EB At Rees St
W. R. Allen Roadway
• WR Allen Rd From Sheppard Ave W To De Boers Dr
Lake Shore Boulevard
• Lake Shore Blvd W At 1 York St
• Lake Shore Blvd W From Fort York Blvd To Newfoundland Rd
• Lake Shore Blvd W From Rees St To Bathurst St
• Lake Shore Blvd W From Bathurst St To Parkside Dr
We are passing along some rehearsal resources on our google drive for at home practice for those who are familiar with that also. If not, just use the Youtube link above.In the Google folder (for those not accessing YouTube) you will find a tutorial to help the Lunites learn their parts. Keep in mind our Royal Lunites are both speaking while also using some sign language. This has been an exciting challenge but our actors are rising to the occasion and doing a wonderful job.There is also the song (Oh Luna) for anyone playing a Royal Lunite or Royal Queen Luna. The words are in the scripts. We also have the Count on Me Song attached for the Star Crew/Star Fleet (Full first Verse & Chorus) and Lunites (Chorus only).
Thanks for doing at home rehearsals so we can ensure everyone is familiar with their scenes. The Starcrew Team does more individual based lines, therefore a tutorial is not needed other than for the Count On Me song.
Hello DramaWorks Group A & Group B, DramaWorks East & DramaWorks West:
We are sharing this on behalf of our volunteer & Support Staff Zoe Stark.
She recently become acquainted with a wonderful organization that is holding an event in Toronto in May. They have asked her to help them find artists to round out their collection in order to represent different demographics and communities. She is reaching out to DramaWay in hopes that some of our Artists or someone that you are in contact with, knows of any artists with a disability who would like to get their art out and seen, and also make a little cash!
If you are interested, please, please e-mail Zoe as soon as possible (they are in a bit of a time-crunch), even more preferable email her and attach a picture of an art piece/pieces the Artist has created and is willing to sell.
A bit about Time Raiser:
“Timeraiser150 is a Canada 150 Signature Project supporting emerging Canadian artists and nonprofit organizations. 10 Timeraiser150 parties in 10 provinces allow Canadians to bid on original art by investing volunteer time, not dollars, to causes they care about. Each Timeraiser150 pulls out all the stops to throw a great party – from live performances to delicious local food and drink. Timeraiser is truly a celebration of creativity and community! Artists are paid for their work, nonprofits find skilled volunteers, Canadians find meaningful volunteer opportunities.”
Learn a bit more:
This is a pretty fabulous opportunity that we are happy to share. Please feel free to pass this e-mail along to anyone who may be able to help!
(416)-319-8478 Zoe Stark
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