Nathan Pond is a faded rock star launching a come-back at the local grassroots music festival. After a life of sex, drugs & rock’n roll, his brain cells are not always firing on all cylinders. Nathan still has his fans who remember the glory days and follow him…literally ‘follow’ him.
Mike Fortin plays the part of Nathan. He comes to us from Orangeville. Mike has been with the company since 2009 when our director begged him to take a small roll–just this once. As they say, the rest is history.
Cassandra Blue is Nathan’s agent, manager and life support system. She rescued him from re-hab and is determined he will stay clean to make his rock star comeback. Cassandra is one ‘Foxy Lady’ with her own demons to manage.
Tanya Nordin from Inglewood appears as Cassandra. You’ll know her from Body Perks and Riverdale Fitness Mill in town. Tanya has lent us her sons to move heavy objects & take part in plays. She’s done makeup but this time Tanya has taken on a role herself. We welcome her enthusiasm.
Saskia Ballttina is the only hotel employee. She is from Latvia and is completely unflappable in even the most ludicrous situation. Her goal is to appear busy but do as little as possible.
Sheilagh Crandall who lives in Caledon, plays the part of Saskia. Around 1997 our director coerced Sheilagh into taking a small part and she’s been ‘filling in’ ever since. She even persuaded her sisters to join. Sheilagh has also done some directing for our group.
Daphne Flannel is Nathan’s #1 fan–to extreme. This crazed Stalker scares the stuffing out our Nathan. Will it be enough to push him over the edge & sent him back to re-hab?
Laurette Wyshnicki plays the part of Daphne Flannel. Laurette joined our group in 2009. She is our only member who can sing! Last year she took a break from us to join Globe Theatres’s musical production, War & Revolution, where she was part of the cast and sang the solo, “I’ll Be Seeing You”. We’re glad she’s back with us.
Come and get your tickets now! We are rehearsed, the sets are up and all that is left is for you to get your ticket and show up!
We can’t wait to see you there!
Things are really coming together and looking good. Have a look at some of the in progress pictures. The team has been really working hard and this is going to be a great event.
We have a new play and many new cast members.
Save one (or more) of these dates in 2015:
Fri March 27
Sat March 28*
Sat April 4 (Easter weekend)
Fri April 10
Sat April 11*
* At least one of these Sat will have a dinner at the Inglewood United Church. TBA
The Play: How Does Your Garden Grow? by Geoff Bamber.
A small hotel is at risk of foreclosure by the bank if it doesn’t fill its 6 rooms over a weekend.
Will it be saved?
Come and find out if this “Faulty Towers” establishment can do it.
Check out the new website and facebook page of the Inglewood Schoolhouse Players.
Tickets will go on sale in the new year.
We’ll let you know when & where to get them!
Looking forward to entertaining you in 2015!
It was a wonderful opportunity to meet new people. We’re excited to begin our new project. It’s not to late. Contact Us for information.
We are looking for actors, stage/production helpers for our upcoming play:
How does Your Garden Grow by Geoff Bamber
Please join us at our Open House
Sunday September 14, 2-4 pm
At Inglewood Community Centre
15825 McLaughlin Rd, Inglewood
Further info: Kathie Maloney 905 838 3351
or Peggy Dickey firstname.lastname@example.org
or just drop in and share our community theatre experience