NSC News – October 2021
Hello and Happy Fall!
A new season is upon us and we are excited to be gearing up for a new theatre season! We are planning on having our first show, OPAL’s HUSBAND by John Patrick, in January 2022.
We are working diligently to cover all Covid protocols, making sure that cast and crew are safe while rehearsing and our patrons will be safe attending. Stay tuned for details in November’s newsletter.
September’s Radio Shows
Thanks to the super effort of our casts and crew of our September (10th & 11th) Radio Shows, MY FAVORITE HUSBAND and MY FRIEND IRMA. Both shows were a huge success! Everyone worked as a team and patrons really enjoyed the shows. Congratulations to all!!
Thank you to Newmarket Mayor, John Taylor for making a special appearance at the shows!
Annual General Meeting – October 18th at 7:30pm.
Our AGM will be Monday, October 18, 2021 at 7:30pm on ZOOM. Hope you will be able to join us.
You must REGISTER in advance for this meeting. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing the link for the actual meeting.
Current board members have agreed to run for office again for the 2021-2022 season, ending June 30, 2022.
Any member of the Newmarket Stage Company who would like to join our board, please contact us at email@example.com
BEFORE October 18, 2021.
Coming Soon – E-Transfer
We soon will be offering e-transfer services.
This will facilitate payments for tickets, donations, membership fees, etc. without using cash. Of course cash and cheques will still be accepted.
It is with sadness that we acknowledge the passing of former NSC member, Rick Koury this past August. For at least 10 years, Rick was very involved with the Newmarket Theatre Centre and Newmarket Stage Company. He loved playing the ‘dame’ in pantomimes and was on the Board as President for many years. He left the NSC when he went on to manage the Newmarket Theatre. He will be missed.
We also lost former member, Frank Johnston this past August. Frank acted in several plays and was also Treasurer on the Board for a few years. Our condolences to his family.
In this season of Thanksgiving, the NSC Board is most thankful for all our members, both past and present, who have supported us over the years.