Theatre

Academy of Speech and Drama

416-622-0727
Contact: Melanie Fernandez

Expression Zone offers a comprehensive range of speech and drama curriculum to children ages 4 to 12, designed to enhance the student's articulation, imagination, movement, listening, memory and observation while promoting self-expression and building self-confidence.

Arts Express and Etobicoke Creative Arts

416-239-3093
Director: Danelle Smith
info@etobicokecreativearts.com
www.etobicokecreativearts.com

Arts Express offers in school drama classes for children in grades JK-8. Classes are held in your child's school at lunchtime or after the school day ends. Studio classes and camps are also offered in the Etobicoke and Leaside areas for children ages 3-15.

City Centre Musical Productions

2150 Burnhamthorpe Rd W
Box 98034 RPO S Common Mall, Mississauga, ON L5L 5V4
905-820-1833
For more details, see http:www.ccmp-music.com/

City Centre Musical productions Inc. is co-producer Ic. of the Encore Subscriptions Series of full-scale musical theatre productions, presented at Mississauga's Meadowvale Theatre.

Etobicoke Musical Productions

PO Box 12510, 415 The Westway, Toronto, ON M9R 4C7

EMP produces two full cast Broadway musicals each year. Our company of volunteers, actors, set builders, lighting and sound folks, make-up artists, etc. work for many months to bring a professional quality show to the stage for our patrons. Our motto is " Downtown quality with the price and convenience of community theatre".

Expression Zone

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Kids on Broadway

416-237-9738
www.kidsonbroadway.net

Kids on Broadway is a musical theatre performance program for children ages 9 to 15 who are interested in being involved in a professional theatre experience. Auditions are held in June for the 12 week fall session beginning the first week in September in which students receive instruction in acting, voice and choreography. During the second session from Dec to the end of May, the students prepare for a full scale Broadway musical to be presented at The Assembly Hall

Music Theatre Etobicoke

905-816-0292
President: Gillian Manzarpour

MTE's aim is the advancement of the performing arts through the study and presentation of musical plays.

Sirius Theatrical Company

416-236-9011
President: Heather Dick
info@siriustheatrical.com
www.siriustheatrical.com

Sirius Theatrical Company runs a theatre school that provides on-going classes and workshops in acting technique, scene study, audition technique and presentation skills for business people.

Stage Productions

905-949-2624

STAGE Productions is a friendly little community theatre company based in South Etobicoke. The group is dedicated to producing quality performances and teaching theatre arts to those who wish to learn.

Star Potential Studios

866 The Queensway, Suite 100
416-354-2479
www.starpotentialstudios.com

Star Potential Studios offers expert training in Musical Theatre, Voice, Acting, Acting For Film Audition Prep and more Ages 2 1/2 - Adult. Our students have worked professionally in the entertainment industry, 99 percent success rate getting into arts schools and 100 percent success rate in placing first or second in the Kiwanis Music Festival. Plus... Don't miss our fabulous Musical Theatre Summer and March Break Camps!!

The Village Players Theatre Co.

416-767-7702
Publicist: Jane Marvy
www.villageplayers.net

Village Players' mission has always been to provide the community with professional-quality theatre at community prices. For almost thirty years The Village Players have offered a wide range of entertaining plays, from Comedies and Shakespearean dramas to modern tales of romance and suspense.

Theatre Etobicoke

416-245-4671
President & Producer: Paul Louie

Theatre Etobicoke is a community theatre group who welcomes its members to share their talents in all aspects of theatre administration, set construction, acting, costume design, etc. Through various workshops it aims to respond to the interests and needs of its membership.

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