The Wind in the Willows

Events, Shows
Dramatized by Joseph Baldwin, based on the story by Kenneth GrahameDirected by Lorna Stratton November 22, 23, 29 & 30 at 7:30pmNovember 24 & December 1 at 2:00pm St Mary’s Assumption Hall, Brantford, ON Kenneth Grahame's Wind in the Willows is a classic story, in the style of Beatrix Potter's Tale of Peter Rabbit and others. Wind in the Willows is about the wealthy Mr Toad of Toad Hall, who lives the carefree life of an English country gentleman. When he sees his first motor car, he promptly falls uncontrollably in love with motoring, so he immediately buys one. He loves to go as fast as possible but doesn't know how to stop, so he promptly crashes. Another car is bought, followed by another crash, and another, and another. Once at the throttle, Toad, in his goggles…
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Quagmire’s Quandary

Quagmire’s Quandary

Events, Shows
An Interactive Children's Show by T.P. Strong May 25th, 2019Brantford Public LibraryFour showings throughout the day – 9:30 AM, 11:30 AM, 1:30 PM and 3:30 PM. FREE Admission. QUAGMIRE'S QUANDARY, written by TP Strong, directed by Lorna Stratton, presented by ICHTHYS Theatre Productions – a tremendously fun, energetic interactive children's show to be held at the main branch of the Brantford Public Library on Saturday May 25, 2019. Please visit our event page on FaceBook: Quagmire's Quandary by ICHTHYS Theatre . Starring Emily Clayton and Jerad Lawrence, (who you may have seen in Charlotte's Web as the spider Charlotte and Fern's dad Mr. Arable), and a talented backstage crew of puppeteers, Zoey Henze and Ava Ford. Captain Quagmire and his first mate Snags embark on a quest to find the hidden treasure, with the audience helping…
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House for Sale

House for Sale

Events, Shows
A dramatic comedy by Ron Hill House for Sale June 7, 8, 14, and 15 at 7:30pm June 9 and 16 at 2:00pm St. Mary's Parish Hall - 133 Murray St. Brantford HOUSE FOR SALE is a dramatic comedy by Ron Hill. Glen Martin is a widower with a tough decision to make. His daughter wants him to sell his home and move in with her. Glen has no desire to move so he comes up with an idea, get a roommate. Turns out, you never know who will show up. HOUSE FOR SALE explores themes of change, loss, friendship and family. Directed by Jessica Hamilton
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House for Sale           Character Descriptions

House for Sale Character Descriptions

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Primary RolesGlen (Age 60+): A stubborn and independent widower. He does not wish to move from his marital home. Helen (Age 30-45): Glen’s only child who is worried about her father living alone. Max (Age 60+): Glen’s best friend next door. Has a zest for living. Secondary RolesGoodsell (Age 40+): the realtor. (Gender flexible) Gary/Grace (Early 20s): Grocery delivery person. (Gender flexible) Faye (Age 60+): Glen’s wife. (Dream Sequence) Tertiary RolesKate (Early 20s): Cute, bubbly, talkative. Roommate applicant. Chuck (Age 25-40): Married, tired, just off of work. Roommate applicant. Fanny (Age 50+): Comes on strong. Roommate applicant. Sylvia (Age 60+): Direct and to the point. Roommate applicant. Apostle (Age 25+): Easily distracted from their mission. (Gender flexible) Also looking for behind the scenes help: Assistant DirectorStage ManagerProducerProps and SetsSponsorships Auditions
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Annual General Meeting & Workshop with John Tench

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ICHTHYS Theatre is very excited to announce that the teaching talents of actor, writer, director of stage and screen, John Tench, will be returning to ICHTHYS Theatre's Annual General Meeting (AGM) on February 16, 2019 at the beautifully renovated Coach House at Glenhyrst Gardens, 20 Ava Rd. Brantford, ON. Doors open at 9:30 am and then John Tench will take the floor at 10 am leading a special Workshop he calls, Truth in Character and Believability. The business of the annual meeting will begin at 11:30 am.“I will be talking about the monologue from Hamlet where Shakespeare, using Hamlet's words, gives directions to the Player King about the upcoming performance,” says Tench.  He asks those participating to prepare a short monologue from any Contemporary or Classical theatre source, no more than…
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Burs of a Feather

Burs of a Feather

Events, Shows
A Comedy Between Friends by Martin Smith Burs of a Feather March 29th, 30th, April 5th, 6th at 7:30pm March 31st and April 7th at 2:00pm St. Mary's Parish Hall - 133 Murray St. Brantford BURS OF A FEATHER is the story of three women who set out to spread the ashes of their dearly departed friend. They arrive at a cabin deep in the woods and very little goes according to plan, especially after they encounter Joseph, who appears to be a hapless squatter. A comedy with a splash of drama, BURS OF A FEATHER is written and directed by Martin Smith. Poster and Painting by David Wierzbicki
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