Congratulations to the newly announced cast of Sex Please We’re Sixty!
Production has started on the Norm Foster comedy ‘Skin Flick’. Directed by Brian Sears and running from March 11, 12, 13 & 14th 2015 at The Marigold Theatre in Truro, Nova Scotia. Doors open at 7:00pm with the play starting at 7:30pm Tickets are available Soon!
Skin Flick follows Rollie and Daphne Waters who fall upon difficult financial times and with the aid of a recently unemployed friend decide to venture into the world of Adult films. Recruiting a bookie and a singing telegram actress to star, the 5 wayward film makers embark on a hilarious journey of self and public exploration!
Rollie Waters – Paul Gamble
Daphne Waters – Nicola Scales
Alex Tratt – André Myette
Jill – Janice McCurdy
Byron Hobbs – Joshua Creelman
Reviews for the script
“Rockets along with excellent physical farce and one-liners.” — Halifax Chronicle Herald
Hubtown Theatre will be holding auditions for it’s next production a comedy directed by Brian Sears.
So you’d like to audition for a show! We’d love to see you! Here’s what you can expect:
No need for an appointment!
Typically, our auditions are done on a drop in basis on the date provided. If the audition call runs from 7:00 – 9:00 for example, drop in at any point during those hours. There will always be someone to greet you; that person will have you fill out a brief information form and can answer any questions you may have. Continue reading
From The Truro Daily News!
A Few Good Men to be presented at the Marigold Cultural Centre stage next week
TRURO – A popular movie will be brought to life next week in Truro.
Hubtown Theatre, in its 33rd year, is bringing A Few Good Men to the Marigold Cultural Centre stage from March 26 to 29. Directed by Truro’s Sheila Newell, the play will stay true to the movie that was a huge hit in 1992 on the silver screen.
The movie and play is about the trial of two marines for complicity in the death of a fellow marine at Guantanamo Bay. Cover-ups and suspenseful court drama add to the intensity of the piece.
“I chose it because I wanted to do something other than comedy. I deliberately wanted to do a movie … and to do a military-based piece with the costumes would add to the whole show because normally we do comedy with everyday street clothes,” said Newell.
Andre Myette, who’s been with Hubtown for almost 10 years, agreed deviating from comedy this time is a good idea.
“The community gravitates toward more comedies in Hubtown and we normally do three shows a year, most of them comedy. But it’s nice for the group to spread our wings and try something different,” said Myette, a resident of North River, who portrays Lieutenant Kendrick in the play.
Also in the play, which boasts of a cast of 18 people, is Truro’s Craig Richard, who takes on the character of Daniel Kaffee.
“There’s a great mentality here and in Truro,” said Richard. “I wasn’t a part of the community before this. Hubtown is great and people will like the play.” Continue reading