Fall 2017 Newsletter

Don’t miss the first show of our 53rd season!

You still have time to see Moliere’s Tartuffe. Get your tickets now.

  • Friday, November 10, 2017 – 8:00 PM
  • Saturday, November 11, 2017 – 2:00 PM
  • Saturday, November 11, 2017 – 8:00 PM

In memoriam

It is with sadness that we announce the passing of Brenda Hilton, a long-time and life-time member of Lakeshore Players. Brenda contributed to and supported the work of this company in so many ways, but she will be remembered most for decades of dedicated work with costumes.  She was an incredibly talented seamstress who understood costume construction, design, and fashion history. In the era when Lakeshore Players had one of the largest costume departments in the area, Brenda was the go-to person for other companies looking to rent or borrow. Her humour and warmth also made her a great teacher to many of our members who still work in costume design. Brava, Brenda, and thanks!

December 8 – Save the date

The annual Lakeshore Holiday Party will take place on Friday, December 8 at Strathmore United Church. Keep your eyes peeled for more information soon.

November 14 & 16 – Audition

Audition for our February production Calendar Girls. All the information and sides are available on the Lakeshore Players Dorval web pages.

Our members

Catch some of our members in other shows around the city.

Late CompanyNovember 8-19, Mainline Theatre. Inspired by the real-life case of bullied teen Jamie Hubley, Late Company is a powerful new drama that delves into the shattering aftershocks of bullying, homophobia, mental health, and teen suicide. It’s a poignantly relevant contemporary story of forgiveness, accountability and reprisal. Featuring member Sterling Mawhinney. Information and tickets available on the d2 productions web page.

Queen of the Chesed

November 15 & 16, Outremont Theatre. An original production, Queen of Chesed, is a dramatic comedy loosely based on the real life of Faigie Jacobson, a dynamic, religious Jewish woman who opens her Crown Heights, Brooklyn home to the needy. “Chesed” is a Hebrew word meaning “acts of loving kindness”. An eccentric, funny and lovable cast of characters come for a meal and often stay indefinitely. Two nights only! Featuring members Evy Soloman, Adam Recine and Bill Fletcher. Information and tickets available on the Labyrinth Stage Productions web page.

Happy Birthday to our members born in the autumn!

September: Sharon Adams, James Barryman, Joanne Miller
October: Natalie Darbyson, Bill Fletcher, Don Fletcher, Natalie Gafoor, Mary Hunter, Charyl Hyndman, Julie Le Couteur, Lia Ludbrook, Jo-Ann Pine, Marian Pine, Wayne Saray, John Sheshko
November: Clive Brewer, Jeremy Glenn, Lorne Kelton, Janet Spencer, Stephen Walters