EODL One-Act Festival

November 6 - 8 2015

EODL One-Act Festival

This November the Eastern Ontario Drama League’s festival of one act plays is being hosted by The Highlands Little Theatre in the beautiful Haliburton Highlands.

Tickets are now available!!  Tickets are $20 per performance session or $70 for all 3 sessions plus brunch.  For tickets, call Jim Frost at 705-457-4031 or email frostdownhome@bellnet.ca.  All performances take place at the Northern Lights Performing Arts Pavilion.  For full ticket info, please click here.  PLEASE NOTE: Awards Brunch tickets are sold out.

Schedule:

Friday, November 6 at 7:00 pm

(Doors open at 6:30 pm)

Saturday, November 7 at 1:30 pm

(Doors Open at 1:00 pm)

Saturday, November 7 at 7:00 pm

(Doors open at 6:30 pm)

Highlands Little Theatre, Haliburton
“Oh Annie” by Fay Martin
Studio Theatre Productions, Perth
“Trifles” by Susan Glaspell
Ottawa Little Theatre
“The False Neighbour” by Step Taylor
Peterborough Theatre Guild
“Freud’s Last Session” by Mark St. Germain
Studio Theatre Productions, Perth
“The Way of All Fish” by Elaine May
Brockville Theatre Guild
“The Death of Me” by Norm Foster
Belleville Theatre Guild
“The Rosewood Art Society, established 1903”
by Peter Paylor
Domino Theatre, Kingston
“Verona Revisited” by Sara Beck
Vagabond Theatre
“Relative Strangers” by Sheri Wilner

 

 

A fixture on the local performing arts scene for 37 years, Highlands Little Theatre hosted this festival many years ago and is thrilled to be in a position to do so again. The venue for the Festival is the Northern Lights Performing Arts Pavilion. Opened in June 1999, the 226 seat theatre is a dream come true for the performing arts community in the Haliburton Highlands. The facility provides raked theatre seating with excellent sight lines from all angles and high quality acoustics throughout. Built with the latest lighting and sound equipment, the theatre provides patrons with a state of the art theatrical experience in a truly intimate setting. The comfortable seats are offset and have ample leg room. The theatre is fully air conditioned. With advance notification, the theatre can provide seating for wheel chair patrons. The venue also boasts 2 large, well lit dressing rooms each with their own bathroom and shower facilities as well as ample wing and backstage space.

All the Festival’s social activities, as well as the Saturday meeting and Sunday awards brunch will take place at the Bonnie View Inn. This family owned and operated waterfront country inn with big resort amenities recently received a TripAdvisor Traveler’s Choice Certificate of Excellence as one of the top 25 Inns in Canada.

The festival committee is hard at work to ensure that participants and patrons alike benefit from a satisfying and enjoyable theatre experience. Hope to see you in November.

Lesley English

Chair, EODL Festival Committee

 

Adjudicator

Adjudicator Carey Nicholson has been engaged in the performing arts for over 35 years, starting with dance lessons and community theatre in St. Catherines, Ontario. She then studied dance professionally with Lois Smith, O.C. at George Brown College and the School of the Toronto Dance Theatre, becoming a faculty member at STDT for 15 years before moving to Durham Region. Carey’s theatre studies include courses with theatre Ontario and Tarragon Theatre and she has received several scholarships and awards for her work in theatre. She has been involved with community and professional theatre companies in Durham, York region and elsewhere as a board member, producer, director, choreographer, performer, sound, set and costume designer. A past executive director of the Scugog Council for the Arts, Carey is now co-artistic director and founder of her own company, Theatre 3x60, a member of Theatre Starts Inc., and an independent theatre adjudicator and arts educator.

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