STEP OUT OF THE
CLASSROOM AND INTO
THE MAGICAL WORLD
OF THE STAGE
THIS SEASON AT STC!

Thousands of students attend productions at the Sudbury Theatre Centre each year, where they experience the best of professional theatre at Northern Ontario’s premiere performance facility.

Our new season offers a variety of programming suitable for elementary and secondary school audiences that will excite and engage students and educators alike.

Each production presents opportunities for classroom discussion and lesson tie-ins and offers themes and content to match curriculum material and character education topics.

Download our 2019.2020 Educators’ Guide below.

STC Educators Guide Fall 2019

To book your school’s seats for one of our shows, complete the Matinee Request Form found on page four of the Guide.

For more information about weekday matinees or other educational programs, contact the DiBrina Box Office at boxoffice@sudburytheatre.ca or call 705 674 8381 x21.

2019.2020 OFFERINGS

Each production tells a story that will resonate with children and/or youth – several also feature student actors, or adults playing youthful characters that your students will easily identify with.

MAINSTAGE SERIES

20-29 FEB 2020

FROM JUDY TO BETTE:
THE STARS OF OLD HOLLYWOOD

written and performed by REBECCA PERRY
directed by MICHAEL RUBENSTEIN
musical direction and arrangements by QUINTON NAUGHTON

Grade 9+ Matinee Thursday 27 FEB (11 am)

“Rebecca Perry does more than impersonate, she encapsulates.”

It’s the 1930s and movies are being made faster than you can say MGM! Within the industry, four women emerge who refuse to be “just another ingénue”. Judy Garland, Betty Hutton, Lucille Ball and Bette Davis each made their own strides to make women a more prominent and powerful force in Hollywood.

Rebecca Perry gives us a night of marvellous melodies and scandalous headlines as she brings these legends from the Golden Age of Hollywood to life. This critically-acclaimed creator and performer – last seen at STC in Confessions of a Red-Headed Coffee Shop Girl – has previously toured Nova Scotia, Ontario and the United Kingdom with this production.

MAINSTAGE SERIES

16-25 APR 2020

INNER ELDER

created and performed by MICHELLE THRUSH
directed by KAREN HINES

Grade 9+ Matinees Wednesday 15 APR and Thursday 23 APR (11 am)

“Thrush’s recollection is so vivid, it sears itself into your consciousness.”

Inner Elder takes the audience on a journey of transformation through laughter and the real-life memories of Gemini Award-winning Cree artist Michelle Thrush. Michelle seamlessly transforms from a curious child into a mischievous spry old woman who holds nothing back. Once this magical transformation begins there is no stopping this inner elder, as she captivates the audience using a delicate blend of Bouffon and Indigenous clowning.

This performance offers a magical theatre experience and an extraordinary vision of our world. Staged previously in Calgary and Toronto, Inner Elder will play at the National Arts Centre in Ottawa before coming to STC.

THE STUDENTS ON STAGE
PROGRAM 
ENGAGES STUDENTS
IN THE PROCESS OF CREATING
A THEATRICAL PRODUCTION
CULMINATING IN A SERIES OF
PERFORMANCES FOR PARENTS
AND THE COMMUNITY

Established in 2003, the program encourages participants to develop their performance abilities in acting, voice and movement, and contribute to the creation of props, sets, and costumes. Recent productions include The Wind in the Willows, Alice in Wonderland, Peter Pan and The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe.

CINDERELLA

Students on Stage

Grades 1-8 Matinees Tuesday 26 MAY to Thursday 28 MAY (2 shows per day – 9.45 am and 12.15 pm)

Be kind, have courage, and always believe in a little magic…

STC will turn Cinderella on its head as our Students On Stage cast and crew re-imagine this timeless fairy tale in a present-day setting! This new musical adaptation, featuring over 20 local children and youth age 10-17, is sure to delight audiences young and old alike.

For more information about weekday matinees or other educational programs, contact
Ralph McIntosh, Director of Education
education@sudburytheatre.ca

705 674 8381 x 27