The Snow Queen Holding Auditions This Weekend

The Snow Queen

The Snow Queen

by Lorraine Payette, written June 3, 2014

The enchantment of The Snow Queen will soon be here as What’s My Line? Productions begins auditions this weekend for Madeline Ferris-Baker Carnwright’s adaptation of the Disney blockbuster, Frozen.

“We are currently rescheduling a third date, so let us know if this weekend is a conflict for you,” says Lisa Flannigan of WML. “We are double casting older and younger roles so everyone has an opportunity. No experience is necessary.” – to read more>

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“All Fall Down” Opening at Firehall Theatre This Weekend

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by Lorraine Payette, written February 10, 2014

Welcome to the year 2097. In this pristine time, the most disgusting of annoyances are being brought under control, cleaning up not only our environment but our social contacts as well. Oh, my, did I say contacts? No, no, there’ll be none of that here.

Thanks to the wonder of technology and the gracious McCloud Industries, it is no longer necessary to participate in the filthy habit of human contact or “touch” in order for our species to reproduce. Matches can be made at the most perfect level, and all breeding is taken care of selectively in our labs through the use of our wonderful machines. – to read more>

Auditions for “We All Fall Down” Being Held in Gananoque

Ashes, ashes…

Ashes, ashes…

by Lorraine Payette, written October 19, 2013

(GANANOQUE, ONTARIO) Picture a world where hugs and kisses, holding hands, even a happy high five are now not only frowned upon, but against the law. An Orwellian style fantasy where all skin-to-skin contact has become illegal, a place where the intimacy of love and affection seem to have vanished forever…

Welcome to “We All Fall Down”, a new play written and directed by Maddi Ferris-Baker Carnrite. Auditions will be held on Saturday, October 19 from 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. at Gracey Hall, St. Andrews Presbyterian Church, in Gananoque. Rehearsals start on November 2. – to read more>