Bottle Tree Productions Presents: Cinderella – A Christmas Pantomime!

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

December 6th, 2011
Kingston, Ontario

Bottle Tree Productions presents

CINDERELLA – A CHRISTMAS PANTOMIME

Saturday, Dec. 17th @ The Kingston Christian School: matinee 3pm; evening 7 pm tickets $10/children, $12/seniors, $15/adults

Sunday, Dec. 18th @ L’Octave Theatre: Matinee 3pm; evening 7pm, tickets $10/children, $12/seniors, $15/adults

Our holiday offering for 2011 is Cinderella, a tried and true favourite for people of all ages. This fast-paced pantomime is Cinderella with a twist – the Prince is afflicted by a serious condition that only true love can cure!  Familiar characters of the stepmother and stepsisters conspire against Cinderella and she is helped by her Fairy Godmother.  Come see what’s happening at the Palace Ball!

This version of Cinderella was adapted for the stage by Charles Robertson with music and lyrics by popular local musician Michael K Myers.

This year, it’s a family affair!  The talented MacPherson brothers, John and Ian, have already recently starred in two big musicals in Kingston.  John starred in the Kinsmen Production of Footloose where he starred as Ren while Ian played the Artful Dodger in the Meistersingers production of Oliver!  The boys hail from Napanee.

Sara Sturgeon and her brother Eric Sturgeon also recently appeared in Oliver!

Director Anne Marie Mortensen of her experience with Oliver! said, “Ian, Sara and Eric were great to work with.  We feel very lucky to have them perform in Cinderella.  They are very dedicated young actors.  And what’s more to have such a talented young actor as John involved in the show is great.”

Anne Marie’s son Daniel also had played in Oliver!  Her daughter Hannah will add to the festivities by singing before the show.  She recently starred in KCVI’s musical Blood Brothers as Mrs. Johnson.

Co-director Charles Robertson commented that, “Both Daniel and Hannah are very dedicated and talented kids in acting and singing.  They are also extremely high achievers in academics. They have a great work ethic.”  He went on to say, “Each theatrical production creates its own family where oftentimes life-long friendships are formed.  There are never friendships anywhere else like those that are made in theatre.  For a show to work, actors and crew need to be able to trust each other; to be able to pull together as a team.  I think that after a show is done, many performers feel a great sense of loss.  But while it lasts, it’s a wonderful family to belong to.”

Anne Marie Mortensen (Oliver!) and Charles Robertson (Romeo and Juliet) co-direct this family-friendly pantomime version of Cinderella, the rags to riches story of a kind young girl forced to work from morning ‘til night by her mean stepsisters and stepmother.  Forced to wear rags and to sleep not in a bed but by the fireplace, she dreams of meeting the handsome Prince Charming.

But Prince Charming has problems of his own.  Prince Charming has no charm. He is a nerd. Boy is he a nerd!  A fun-filled treat for the whole family! Starring John Macpherson (Ren in Footloose) as the shy and awkward prince, and Sara Sturgeon (Oliver!) as the beautiful and kind-hearted Cinderella. Other cast members include John Farant as the malpractice-waiting-to-happen, Doctor Doc and Khira Wieting and Daniel Powell as the ugly stepsisters.  Try to guess which stepsister is really a girl.  Bryden Trapp is their conniving mother.  Ian Macpherson who starred as the Artful Dodger in Oliver! plays the long suffering servant to the prince.  The boot scene alone is worth the price of admission.

Allyson Foster plays the beautiful Fairy Godmother who has a few magic tricks up her sleeve.  Daniel Smith and Meg Morgan play the king and queen.  Catchy songs and silly dialogue make this a light treat for the Holiday season.  Ian Lamb, Eric Sturgeon, and Ted Mathers also star.  No actors, animals or pumpkins were harmed in this production.  Stage managed by Claire Morgan.  For more information and to purchase tickets please go to www.bottletreeinc.com.

Pre-show entertainment will feature songs by 18 year-old Hannah Smith, who teams up with Alex Whitehead. Her great contralto voice is sure to leave you wanting more.

Bottle Tree Productions contact info: www.bottletreeinc.com or http://bottletreeinc.blogspot.com
or call us at 613-384-8433

FOR MORE INFORMATION, TO BUY TICKETS, or to FIND OUT ABOUT PROGRAM ADVERTISING:

http://www.bottletreeinc.com/cinderella_2011.html

Wellington Street Theatre Presents Beauty and the Beast for One Performance Only on July 27th!

One performance only!

The Wellington Street Theatre Project presents Beauty and the Beast at Sydenham Street United Church on Wednesday, July 27th at 2 pm.

General seating tickets are $12/per person and are available online at www.wellingtonst.net and www.bottletreeinc.com or at the door.


Beauty and the Beast
has been adapted for the stage by Charles Robertson, with music and lyrics by Michael K. Myers.  This is one of six fairy tales that Robertson and Myers have collaborated on.  These shows have been seen by thousands of kids across Ontario.

Directed by Anne Marie Mortensen and starring Megan Ready-Walters as Beauty.

Beauty’s father is a merchant whose wealth has been stolen by his unscrupulous partners.  Despondent, he seeks shelter during a storm in a magnificent castle.  In this castle lives a fearsome beast who to spare the merchant’s life makes him promise to send his youngest daughter, Beauty, to live with him.  The Beast is actually a handsome prince who has been the victim of a spell by a jealous witch.  In her heart, Beauty holds the key to set him free.

Director Anne Marie Mortensen says,

“Charles and Michael have created a wonderful story for the whole family.  There is comedy with the three clumsy suitors of Beauty and her two sisters.  There is the magic of the Beast’s castle and this is one of the classic romances in literature.”

She went on to say,

“In Megan Ready-Walters, we have a very talented young actress with a marvelous voice. Megan has recently won an award for her acting at the Sears Drama Festival and she was great as Sandy in K.C.V.I.’s ‘Grease.’  Her performance as the beautiful Lucy in Bottle Tree Productions’ ‘Sweeney Todd’ showed off her singing skills.”

For more on The Wellington Street Theatre Project go to www.wellingtonst.net.

The Wellington Street Theatre Project Presents For One Performance Only: Romeo and Juliet

One Performance Only!

The Wellington Street Theatre Project presents Shakespeare’s most popular play at Sydenham Street United Church for one performance only:

Wednesday, July 27th, 2011 at 7:30 pm

Tickets are $20/adults. $15/seniors & students. $12/children 12 and under.

Group rates available for eight or more. $10/person.

Tickets can be purchased online at www.bottletreeinc.com and www.wellingtonst.net or at the door.

Romeo and Juliet is Shakespeare’s popular story of young love set against a back drop of gang violence in Italy.  Two families; the Capulets and the Montagues are battling each other for control in the ancient city of Verona. Romeo and Juliet fall in love despite the fact that their families are sworn enemies.  Their secret romance turns the gears of this tragedy of ‘star-crossed lovers.’

Director Charles Robertson says, “Sydenham Street United Church is a great environment to do a classical play.  In many ways it mirrors old European theatres.”  Over the years, Romeo and Juliet has been performed in a multitude of environments, including theatres, parks and bridges.  Robertson went on to say that, “A friend of mine; Lynne Rafter, directed Romeo and Juliet in a former hostel in Toronto as a punk take on the bard’s work.  Many young people write poetry as a way of healing their wounded souls.  Romeo and Juliet rises above other hurting heart tales because the poetry with its rigid rules and rhythms much like a romantic ballad can more easily tug at the emotions.  Prose cannot possibly reach the heights of emotions like poetry can.  In Hannah Smith, who has won 13 awards for acting in her very young career and Alex Whitehead, an accomplished actor who also happens to be the current provincial fencing champion, we have two very talented leads.  These young actors are just the latest in a long line of talented young actors that I have had the pleasure of working with.”

A Wellington Street Theatre Project Production in association with Bottle Tree Productions.

Bottle Tree Productions International One Act Play Competition For Writers 2011

PRESS RELEASE

For Immediate Release
December 30, 2010

Bottle Tree Productions International One Act Play Competition for Writers 2011

COMPETE AGAINST THE WORLD

Kingston, Ontario, Canada, January 3rd, 2011:

Bottle Tree Productions has launched its third annual International One Act Play Competition for Writers for 2011. It is an international competition for English-speaking playwrights with a top prize of $1,000.

Charles Robertson who organized the contest with company President Anne Marie Mortensen said, “As a writer, I wanted to give a voice to other writers. I very much appreciate the struggle most writers have in getting recognition.” He went on to say, “I wanted to create a platform for pulling together the work of the best unknown writers of the English-speaking world.” Anne Marie Mortensen added that, “We are a business that is interested in the business of writing. Unlike several free competitions, we are not funded by the government or by a university. We are an arts and entertainment business.”

Stepping onto the international stage “has meant a 400% increase in web traffic over the last year,” says Charles. “The internet is a great way to build connections around the world, a great way of finding out that no matter where the writer is from, he or she is essentially on the same page as every other writer. They have a story to tell.”

First prize is $1000. Second prize is $250. Third Prize is $100. Entry fee is $25. Email entries are preferred for environmental and storage reasons.

The contest is open from January 1, 2011 to November 30, 2011 and the winner will be announced in January of 2012.

For more information about Bottle Tree Productions International One Act Play Competition for Writers 2011 you can contact Artistic Director Charles Robertson or President Anne Marie Mortensen at 613-542-0070 or online at www.bottletreeinc.com.

17 Questions For 17-Year-Old Rising Star, Actress Hannah Smith

I have been following the acting career of Kingston, Ontario based rising star, Hannah Smith, for a couple of years and have been thoroughly impressed by her remarkable performances in Miss Julie, Ghost Of The Tree, Sweeney Todd, and A Tribute To Patsy Cline to name a few. She has also appeared in Sense and Sensibility, Sleeping Beauty, Til The Boys Come Home, and her latest play, Educating Rita, directed by Valerie Robertson for Theatre 5 has just completed a very successful run at the Baiden Street Theatre.

Hannah was an absolute revelation in Educating Rita, which was the best play I’ve seen in Kingston in ages! She and G. Robert Bowes were perfectly matched and gave fantastic performances!

The lovely Hannah, who is a 17-year-old student at Kingston Collegiate

Hannah Smith and Justin Robertson in Miss Julie

& Vocational Institute, has been acting in local theatre for almost ten years already and what I’m most struck by is her ability to perfect different accents and to convince her audience that she is many years older than she really is. She’s a superb young actress with an undoubtedly successful career in acting ahead of her.

I recently had the opportunity to talk with Hannah about her experiences in acting and what she hopes will be in store for her in the future.

1. Hannah, how old were you when you appeared in your first play?

I was eight years old. The play was “A Little Princess”, an adaptation of the Frances Hodgson Burnett story.

2. Have your parents encouraged you to pursue acting?

My parents certainly are not adverse to the idea. They have been very supportive, driving me to rehearsals for the last nine years.

3. Who is your acting coach and what can you tell me about him/her?

Charles Robertson has taught me theatre and acting for nine years. He’s very supportive and provides all sorts of opportunities for young people in theatre that they may not get with other people. Charles and Bottle Tree Productions are certainly a great part of the reason that I enjoy theatre so much.

4. You’re a wonderful singer. Have you taken singing lessons?

Thank you! Until late this fall, no. I’ve never had any formal vocal training, I just love to sing and do it all the time.

5. How many plays, in which tickets were sold, have you appeared in so far?

Oh wow. Let me count…33 in total, with one more in rehearsal right now.

6. Have you been featured in any movies? If so, what can you tell me about the differences between performing for the stage and screen?

I’ve completed filming for one low-budget film. There are many differences between film and theatre acting. When you’re acting on film, you can afford to be much more subtle. With theatre, smaller movements are lost, while in film every shift of the eye is seen. You also have to be much more conscious of being still and only moving when absolutely necessary. They’re very different, but both a lot of fun.

7. Will you share your most memorable acting experience to date and what made it so memorable?

One of the most memorable experiences I have had acting was during opening night of Sense and Sensibility. I played Marianne, and during a particularly emotional scene I ran offstage, in the process twisting my ankle and falling offstage. I had to continue the show and the rest of the run with a limp and a tenser bandage.

8. Is acting a career that you want to pursue as an adult?

I would love to pursue acting as an adult. It’s one of the only fields that I can see myself working in and enjoying myself.

Hannah in Til The Boys Come Home

9. What is it about acting that incites your passion?

I’m not sure what it is about acting and theatre that I like so much. I love having the opportunity to, for an hour or two, become a completely different person. There’s nothing quite like having the lights blinding you while you can feel the audience around you. If an actor ever tells you that they don’t like to be looked at, they’re lying. I think it’s just the combination of all the different aspects of theatre that I’m so passionate about.

10. What are some of your favourite plays that you haven’t yet had a chance to perform in?

I love Tennessee Williams, so The Glass Menagerie or Streetcar Named Desire would be up there on the list.

11. Who are some of your favourite actors and actresses?

I really admire classic film stars like Audrey Hepburn and Humphrey Bogart. The poise and class that they brought to film is hard to come by nowadays. Kate Winslet is another actress that I like to watch.

12. What traits do you respect the most in an actor?

Versatility and subtlety. I admire actors who are able to play many different roles and bring subtlety to each. It’s the small things that really bring characters to life.

13. What do you have coming up in the near future?

I’ve been cast as Rizzo in K.C.V.I.’s school musical this year, Grease. The show opens early in May. Before that I’m planning on producing and directing a show for the Sears Drama Festival, something I’m very involved with through school.

14. Do you have an agent? Are you looking for one?

At the moment, no, I don’t have an agent. But as I am now becoming more interested in pursuing acting as a career I am aware that finding representation is the next step.

15. Are you willing to relocate to Toronto or another big city in order to further your career?

In order to successfully work in entertainment, this sort of relocation is necessary and something that I would be willing to do when the time is right.

16. What are your career goals for the not too distant future?

Hannah as Mrs. Lovett in Sweeney Todd

Not too distant goals would probably include finding representation and surviving my final year of high school. Which I think could technically be considered a “career goal.”

17. Finally, what part is it that you feel that you were born to play?

That’s a tough question. Probably something along the lines of Lady Macbeth. I love how manipulative she is. And playing crazy is always fun.

Bottle Tree Productions Presents Sleeping Beauty

PRESS RELEASE
For Immediate Release
November 22, 2010
Kingston, Ontario

Bottle Tree Productions presents ‘Sleeping Beauty’ from Wednesday, December 15th to Saturday, December 18th at 7 pm. Saturday and Sunday matinees at 2 pm.

A beautiful princess, an evil fairy and an enchanted castle = a Christmas treat for the whole family!

Bottle Tree Productions presents the musical fairy tale ‘Sleeping Beauty’ at The Wellington Street Theatre.

Tickets are only ten dollars with HST included and are available at Bottle Tree Productions.

Written by Charles Robertson with music and lyrics by Michael K. Myers, the play is “funny and heartwarming” according to director Anne Marie Mortensen.

This version of the popular fairy tale tells how The King and Queen entrust Jack, the Royal Messenger, with some very important invitations for the christening of the royal princess, but Jack has made a big mistake. He has forgotten to invite the evil fairy Carabasse.

Carabasse casts a spell on the princess which causes her to fall asleep for a hundred years. The palace and everyone in it is put into an enchanted sleep as well. Carabasse covers the palace with a menacing wall of thorns and only the bravery of a King’s son can rescue the princess and everyone inside. Jack, the Princess, the fairies and a host of others tell this entertaining story in one act. Perfect for everyone who loves a happily ever after story. For more information see more about Sleeping Beauty.

The magic, music and fun stars Dana Lynn Farrell as Sleeping Beauty; Davin Allan as the King; Khira Weiting as the Queen; Cameron Watson as Jack; Allyson Foster as the evil fairy Carabasse; Alex Whitehead as the handsome prince; Michela Kaduck as the foolish fairy, Fauna; and Kira Meyers-Guiden as the good fairy, Flora.

All tickets $10 HST included. Purchase Tickets here.

Bottle Tree Productions Presents ‘Til The Boys Come Home

PRESS RELEASE
For Immediate Release
October 15th, 2010
Kingston, Ontario

Bottle Tree Productions is proud to present ‘Til The Boys Come Home at The Wellington Street Theatre, starring young guns: Tom Sinclair, Nick Carswell, Jacob Wilkins, Justin Robertson, Davin Allan, David Pearsall, Adam Elliot and Alex Whitehead; and talented young ladies: Megan Ready-Walters, Hannah Smith, Allyson Foster, Anna Kidd and Khira Weiting.

During the week of Remembrance Day – Monday, November 8th-Sunday, November 14th – Monday-Saturday @ 7 p.m.; Sunday matinee at 3 p.m. at The Wellington Street Theatre.

Written by Charles Robertson, ‘Til The Boys Come Home features songs and stories of the Second World War. Robertson says the play “starts off in 1939 when the dark clouds of war hang over Canada. The young men and women of a small town in Canada are getting ready for the incredible sacrifices that freedom demands.” The play spans the 6 years of the war. The play opens in a restaurant where the teens are spending a typical Saturday afternoon. It ends up being the last Saturday afternoon of their relative innocence. The audience learns about the characters and their relationships. When an army recruiter shows up everything is changed forever. Their lives will never be the same. Bottle Tree Productions producer Anne Mortensen says, “This play shows how people’s loyalties and friendships are tested, how in the intervening six years of the war, these teens become men and women, and how things are changed forever for them. Their lives and loves will never be the same.” Mortensen went on to say, “This is a very exciting play, very emotional, more like a movie than a play.”

At The Wellington Street Theatre
126 Wellington Street, Kingston, Ontario

Warning-Simulated battle scene-loud noises

‘To you from failing hands we throw the torch’
Lieutenant Colonel John McCrae, MD (1872-1918)
Canadian Army

Tickets $20/adults & $15/seniors, students & military families
Purchase tickets online at www.bottletreeinc.com or at the door.
For further info, email info@bottletreeinc.com or phone 613-642-0070

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Sleeping Beauty Coming To The Wellington Street Theatre!

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For Immediate Release
June 26th, 2010
Kingston, Ontario

Bottle Tree Productions presents ‘Sleeping Beauty’ July 6th-17th Tuesdays to Saturdays

A beautiful princess, an evil fairy and an enchanted castle. Summer fun for the whole family!

Bottle Tree Productions presents the musical fairy tale ‘Sleeping Beauty’ at The Wellington Street Theatre.

Written by Charles Robertson with music and lyrics by Michael K Myers; the play is “funny and heartwarming” according to director Anne Marie Mortensen.

This version of the popular fairy tale tells how The King and Queen entrust Jack, the Royal Messenger, with some very important invitations for the christening of the royal princess, but Jack has made a big mistake; he has forgotten to invite the evil fairy Carabasse. Carabasse casts a spell on the princess which causes her to fall asleep for a hundred years. The palace and everyone in it is put into an enchanted sleep as well. Carabasse covers the palace with a menacing wall of thorns, and only the bravery of a King’s son can rescue the princess and everyone inside. Jack, the Princess, the fairies and a host of others tell this entertaining story in one act. Perfect for everyone who loves a happily ever after story.

The magic, music and fun stars Cassie Burrell as Sleeping Beauty, Alex Stein as the King, Allyson Foster as the Queen, Simon Derome as Jack, Hannah Smith as the evil fairy Carabasse, Josh Jia as the handsome princess, as well as Shannon Broekhoven, Michela Kaduck, Amanda Verner, Dana-Lynn Farrell, Cameron Hill-Watson, Brogan Chaput, Taylor Liggett, Katrina Pacheco, Victor Kaduck, Mallory Watson, Kendra Pacheco and Danielle Gervais.

Show Dates:
July 6-10 & July 13-17, Tuesdays to Saturdays @ 3 pm
July 8-10 & July 15-17 Thursdays to Saturday evenings at 7:30 pm

Tickets: $15/adults. $12/seniors & students

Tickets available online at:

www.bottletreeinc.com

The Wellington Street Theatre at the corner of Johnson and Wellington Streets (Phone 613-542-0070)

The Grand Theatre Box Office, 218 Princess Street, open Mondays to Saturdays from 12 noon to 6 pm

Online at www.kingstongrand.ca, (Phone 613-530-2050)

The Tourist Information Office in Confederation Basin across from City Hall at 208 Princess Street (Call Toll Free: 1-888-855-4555 or Tel: 613-548-4415)

Renaissance Music, 1057 Midland Avenue (Phone 613-384-9225)


Charles Robertson

At The Wellington Street Theatre

Sleeping Beauty
July 6-17 – 3:00 pm
Tues. & Sat., Thurs. & Sat. evening shows – 7:30 pm

Ask about our summer drama camps

Til The Boys Come Home – November
Season Tickets

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The Wellington Theatre Hosts Weekend Theatre Festival

The Wellington Street Theatre

PRESS RELEASE

For Immediate Release
June 3, 2010
Kingston, Ontario

The Wellington Street Theatre hosts a weekend theatre festival on Friday, June 11th, Saturday, June 12th and Sunday, June 13th, 2010.

Collective Productions, Two Women Productions, Theatre 5 and Bottle Tree Productions have combined to form a weekend theatrical festival from June 11th to the 13th at The Wellington Street Theatre in downtown Kingston.

The weekend starts off on Friday, June 11th at 8 pm, with a night of music featuring pop rock numbers from Chelsea Swain, Jake Deodato, and Meredith Slack. R & B singer Ryan Lewis, Folk singer Chris Morris and Jazz singer Glenna Green make this a fun musical night for everyone – Tickets only $10

Two Women Productions, celebrates Pride Month June 12th at 8 pm, with story-tellers Jennifer Cayley and Jan Andrews from Ottawa. Book of Spells is the story of their journey of self-discovery, about finding their love for each other. Tickets $20/adults, $18/seniors, $15/students

Theatre 5 presents a one-act play; The Dark Lady of the Sonnets by George Bernard Shaw, a humorous look at William Shakespeare, Queen Elizabeth 1st, and the mysterious dark lady of the sonnets. Show time Sunday, June 13th at 2 pm. Tickets $10

Bottle Tree Productions stars Hannah Smith in two productions including Ghost of the Tree on Sunday, June 13th at 4 pm: an emotional one-act play about seven generations of mothers and their daughters and about the dangerous secrets that destroy the family tree. Tickets $10

Hannah Smith then stars in Patsy Cline – Her Last Concert along with Justin Robertson and Anton Kaduck on Sunday, June 13th at 8 pm. Tickets $20/adults and $15/seniors & students

The Wellington Street Theatre Gallery presents mixed media works by Celia Piper, photos by Denise Love and images by Eva Kidd for sale.

A Festival Pass is available for $30, which entitles the bearer to see any of the shows. Total value of the pass $60 for students, $63 for seniors and $70 for adults. Passes available online at www.wellingtonst.net


Charles Robertson

At The Wellington Street Theatre
Night Life with R&B recording artist Ryan Lewis, and many others – June 11th, 8 pm
Anna Kidd – One Woman show, 1 pm
Book of Spells A Love Story – about two older women, June 12th
Dark Lady of the Sonnets – A one act play by Theatre 5, June 13th, 2 pm
Ghost of the Tree – June 13th, 4 pm
Patsy Cline – Her Last Concert – June 13th, 8 pm
Sir John A. MacDonald – July
Sleeping Beauty – July
Til The Boys Come Home – November
Season Tickets

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www.bottletreeinc.com

The Wellington Street Theatre Presents ‘The Bobby Show’

THE BOBBY SHOW

Written and performed by Michael K. Myers

The Wellington Street Theatre will be presenting ‘The Bobby Show’ on Saturday, May 22, 2010 at 8pm.

The show is a tribute to the great ‘Bobby’ singers of the late 50’s, and early 60’s. Featured will be songs originally recorded by Bobby Darin, Bobby Vee, Bobby Vinton,

Bobby Vinton

Bobby Curtola, and other Bobbys from that perhaps more innocent era of pop music, and stories behind those singers, and their songs.

The songs include Rockin’ Robin, My Special Angel, The Night Has A Thousand Eyes, Fortune Teller, Blue Velvet, Honey, Dream Lover, Mack The Knife, and many more. The Bobby Show is sung and performed by Michael K. Myers, with his band ‘The Real Gone Cats’.

Michael Myers, the creator of the show says, ” I thought it would be fun to put together a music revue featuring just songs by, and stories about, the various Bobby singers who come from an overlooked, and often critically looked down upon period in popular music -the late 50’s, through to the early 60’s, prior to the British Invasion, and the arrival of The Beatles. I think some exciting, well crafted, and memorable music was produced then, by talented singers, and songwriters, including the Bobby’s, and it definitely had, and still has, a big influence on my performing, and songwriting career.”

Bobby Curtola

Tickets are $20/adults and $15/seniors & students

Tickets can be purchased online at www.wellingtonst.net
and www.bottletreeinc.com, at Renaissance Music, or at The Grand Theatre at 218 Princess Street. Call 613-530-2050.

At The Wellington Street Theatre
Fred Eaglesmith – Friday, May 21st
The Bobby Show with hits from the 50’s and 60’s – Saturday, May 22nd
Book of Spells: A love story about two older women – Saturday, June 12th
Sir John A. MacDonald – July
Sleeping Beauty – July
Til The Boys Come Home – November