Live Theatre Returns To Morin Heights September 25, 2020
Theatre Morin Heights is delighted to announce the return of live theatre this fall at Chalet Bellevue in Morin Heights. COVID-19 protocols will be respected to ensure the health and safety of performers and viewers alike.
We will present a selection of plays ranging from 30 to 60 minutes each from September 25 to November 8. Some of the plays will be performed as staged readings. Plus we will offer more traditional performances of few one-act plays.
All of the plays will be rotated for viewing on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday afternoons from 4 to 5 pm, giving everyone a chance to see each play over the six weeks of presentations. The performances are offered free of charge, although donations are always appreciated.
The number of seats at each performance is very limited, so reservations must be made in advance. Details regarding exact dates, the play rotations and how to reserve will be available here mid-September!
Theatre Morin Heights (TMH) is a grassroots, not-for-profit English community theatre troupe that has operated in the Laurentians for more than 30 years.
Since 2002 we have provided a continuous program of theatre-related activities that has included presentations of short and full-length feature plays, public play readings, Christmas pageants for children, acting workshops and many other theatrically oriented cultural events.
The efforts of our dedicated team of TMH volunteers who act on stage and work behind the scenes touches close to 500 enthusiastic patrons every year. As such, TMH has gone a long way towards preserving the Anglophone cultural heritage of our community and region.
Community theatre depends on its friends and neighbours to take the role of actors, producers, directors, set builders and stagehands, as well as the audience. It is a collaborative effort. All who take part are volunteers with a love of theatre. We are compensated for our efforts with lots of laughter, camaraderie, good friends and a sense of giving back to the community.
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