Lakeshore Players – In The Media

Please take a moment to check out the coverage of
Lakeshore Players in the media:

Click below to enjoy the video presentation shown during
the Lakeshore Players 50th Anniversary Gala.

 

Click below to view an interview with our own Matt Langton
on Global Montreal’s “The Morning Show”.

Click here for the Linda Sheshko interview with
Stanley Asher from Arts Notebook on Radio Centre-Ville

Click the image below to read the article
or follow the link to The Montreal Gazette, West Island.

Click the image below to read the article or
follow the link to Your Local Journal, page 22.

Click the image below to view the article
from the West Island Chronicle‘s November 5th issue.

Click the image below to read the article or
follow the link to The Suburban Magazine, page 22.

page 18

 

 

 

METAs – TWO LAKESHORE PLAYERS PRODUCTIONS NOMINATED

MONTREAL ENGLISH THEATRE AWARDS

Two Lakeshore Players productions from last season were nominated in the category “Outstanding Community Theatre Production” for the METAs – Montreal English Theatre Awards;

“You Can’t Take It With You” and “Don’t Dress For Dinner”.

While the awards may have slipped through our fingers, we are very proud of what we have accomplished. Congratulations to everyone involved!

Click the image below to see the nominees and the winners in each category.

 

 

 

 

Sabrina Fair

 

November 6 – 15, 2014.

 

 

Our first production, just as it was 50 years ago, is SABRINA FAIR by Samuel A. Taylor. It tells the story of Sabrina Fairchild. Sabrina has just returned from five years in Paris. She is no longer the shy and demure daughter of the Larrabee chauffeur. She is now a confident and independent young woman who not only turns the heads of the Larrabee sons, but in short order turns the Larrabee family on its head. Sabrina Fair offers a glimpse into social rank and how appearances, desires and reality can quickly turn in the most surprising ways. Enter into the world of the super-rich and see how one spirited young woman can throw the whole works completely off the rails.

 

 

Directed by Kevin John Saylor