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  • Globe Shows
    A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum 1991 My Fair Lady 1992 South Pacific 1992 Grease 1993 Oliver 1993 The Mikado 1993 Into the Woods 1993 Me and My Girl 1994 Anne of Green Gables 1994 The Music Man 1995 The Pirates of Penzance 1995 42nd Street 1996 Seven Brides for Seven Brothers 1996 Camelot 1997 Cabaret 97 A to Z 1997 The Secret Garden 1997 Funny Girl 1998 Cabaret 98 A Century of Song 1998 The Sound of Music 1998 The Pajama Game 1999 Cabaret 99 Earth and Sky 1999 The Gondoliers 1999 Annie 2000 Cabaret 2000 Encore Encore 2000 Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat 2000 West Side Story 2001 Cabaret 2001 Hooked on a Feeling 2001 Kiss Me Kate 2001 Crazy for You 2002 Cabaret 2002 Waiting in the Wings 2002 Anything Goes 2002 Evita 2003 Cabaret 2003 Hooked on a Feeling II 2003 The King and I 2003 Cabaret 2004 Cabaret 2004 Don t Touch That Dial 2004 Wizard of Oz 2004 City of Angels 2005 Cabaret 2005 Globetrotting 2005 Oklahoma 2005 Big The Musical 2006 Nunsense 2006 Once Upon a Mattress 2006 Urinetown 2007 The War Show You ll Get Used to It 2007 Oliver 2007 Singin in the Rain 2008 Ragtime The Musical Concert Version 2008 South Pacific 2008 Best Little Whorehouse in Texas 2009 All You Need is Love 2009 The Wizard of Oz Youth Company 2009 Guys and Dolls 2010 Assassins 2010 Beauty and the Beast Youth Company 2010 Man of La Mancha 2011 Into the Woods 2011 Cabaret A Time to Remember 2011 Seussical the Musical Youth Company 2011 Jesus Christ Superstar 2011 Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat 2012 Cabaret The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber 2012 Annie Youth Company 2012 Music Man 2013 Showstoppers 2013 Disney

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  • Awards
    Best Set Design Norma Roman My Fair Lady 1991 Best Technical Achievement Musical Best Supporting Actor Ken Gorin as Doolittle Me and My Girl 1993 Best Musical Production Best Supporting Actor David Ambrose as Parchester The Music Man 1994 Best Musical Production Best Supporting Actress Marny Malcolmson as Mrs Paroo Best Achievement in Set Design Jacky Willows 42nd Street 1995 Best Musical Production Best Supporting Actress Nanci McNeil Llewellyn as Maggie Jones Best Musical Director Terry Champ Pajama Game 1998 Best Supporting Actress in a Musical Lee Livingstone as Gladys West Side Story 2000 Best Lighting Design Chris Rosser Best Technical Achievement Best Director Joe Gomes Best Set Design Gerry Andrew Best Choreographer Cheri Lindsay Jarvis Best Presentation of a Musical Michael Domet Producer Crazy for You 2001 Best Actor Reston Williams Best Choreographer Cheri Lindsay Jarvis Best Director Craig Marshall Best Presentation of a Musical Michael Domet Producer Evita 2002 Best Costume Design Musical Mary Bilik Best Performance by a Male in a Leading Role Chris Burke as Peron Best Performance by a Female in a Leading Role Nicole Latham as Eva Outstanding Achievement as an Ensemble Best Director Joe Gomes Best Presentation of a Musical Jane Adair and Allyson Rea Producers Cabaret The Musical 2003 Best Lighting Design in a Musical Carla Miller Best Set Design in a Musical Jacky Willows Outstanding Achievement in Stage Management Cat Heaven City of Angels 2004 Best Sound Design Geoff Nantes design Jim Bergsma operator Best Performance by a Female in Leading Role Cheyenne Harvey as Donna Oolie Best Director Craig Marshall Best Presentation of a Musical Melissa Fischer Jennifer Marshall Heather Sanderson Producers Big The Musical 2005 Adjudicator s Award for Stage Management Katrina Moore Urinetown The Musical 2006 Best Supporting Actress in a Musical Cecily Restivo as Little Sally Best

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  • Old Armoury
    scheduled for demolition Community reaction was one of great concern the prospect of losing yet another historical and distinctive landmark was tragic The Town delayed the final decision on The Old Armoury until the end of 2008 in order to give organizations one last chance to come forward with a proposal to save the structure At the same time Globe was under increased pressure to find a home of our own the John Elliott Theatre where we perform was to be closed for renovations until 2013 there was to be a 30 increase in rent at the hall we were utilizing we were outgrowing our rehearsal set construction and costume space and there was a high impetus to continue the newly formed Youth Company but no capacity to accommodate the youth within our existing rental facility Globe also realized quickly that it was unlikely that our assets as a small community group would ever be sufficient to purchase both land and a building in today s real estate market Discussions between Globe and The Town of Halton Hills began in early spring 2009 regarding the feasibility of Globe taking possession of The Old Armoury In September 2010 we were excited to sign a contract with The Town of Halton Hills giving Globe ownership of The Old Armoury as our permanent home This contract also stipulates that should Globe cease to exist then ownership of The Old Armoury will revert to the Town with the guarantee that it will always be used solely for the benefit of arts culture and heritage When the renovation is completed The Old Armoury will include a 120 seat performance space and a 1000 square foot multipurpose room There will also be set building and costume workshops The building will accommodate a full range of activities from rehearsing and live theatre to meetings and social events Globe will also offer The Old Armoury to support Fairground Park events and to assist other community groups To date over 450 000 has been committed to The Old Armoury project This includes Globe s 170 000 building fund 30 000 from the reallocation of demolition costs from The Town of Halton Hills a 150 000 Ontario Trillium Fund Grant and 100 000 in interest free loans from private sponsors Although we are only half way to the project s completion what we have accomplished is fabulous The building structure has been stabilized using a steel post and ridge beam support system allowing the original timber structure to remain intact A new and fully insulated Vic West steel roof was laid over the original roof boards and will hopefully last another 100 years The interior timbers roof boards and barn boards all original were sandblasted to restore their rich wood tone and texture The East end and mezzanine has been completely renovated to include barrier free washrooms a costume workshop storage a kitchen a mechanical room and lobby These improvements have enabled Globe to turn a building about to be

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  • History of the Old Armoury
    the deterioration of The Old Armoury and in 2008 the Town proposed that it be scheduled for demolition Community reaction was one of great concern the prospect of losing yet another historical and distinctive landmark was tragic The Town delayed the final decision on The Old Armoury until the end of 2008 in order to give organizations one last chance to come forward with a proposal to save the structure At the same time Globe was under increased pressure to find a home of our own the John Elliott Theatre where we perform was to be closed for renovations until 2013 there was to be a 30 increase in rent at the hall we were utilizing we were outgrowing our rehearsal set construction and costume space and there was a high impetus to continue the newly formed Youth Company but no capacity to accommodate the youth within our existing rental facility Globe also realized quickly that it was unlikely that our assets as a small community group would ever be sufficient to purchase both land and a building in today s real estate market Discussions between Globe and The Town of Halton Hills began in early spring 2009 regarding the feasibility of Globe taking possession of The Old Armoury In September 2010 we were excited to sign a contract with The Town of Halton Hills giving Globe ownership of The Old Armoury as our permanent home This contract also stipulates that should Globe cease to exist then ownership of The Old Armoury will revert to the Town with the guarantee that it will always be used solely for the benefit of arts culture and heritage When the renovation is completed The Old Armoury will include a 120 seat performance space and a 1000 square foot multipurpose room There will also be set building and costume workshops The building will accommodate a full range of activities from rehearsing and live theatre to meetings and social events Globe will also offer The Old Armoury to support Fairground Park events and to assist other community groups To date over 450 000 has been committed to The Old Armoury project This includes Globe s 170 000 building fund 30 000 from the reallocation of demolition costs from The Town of Halton Hills a 150 000 Ontario Trillium Fund Grant and 100 000 in interest free loans from private sponsors Although we are only half way to the project s completion what we have accomplished is fabulous The building structure has been stabilized using a steel post and ridge beam support system allowing the original timber structure to remain intact A new and fully insulated Vic West steel roof was laid over the original roof boards and will hopefully last another 100 years The interior timbers roof boards and barn boards all original were sandblasted to restore their rich wood tone and texture The East end and mezzanine has been completely renovated to include barrier free washrooms a costume workshop storage a kitchen a mechanical

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  • Work in Pictures
    purchasing the Armoury at Georgetown Fairgrounds and receiving the grant from the Trillium Foundation Globe got to work and in only one year renovated the building we now call our home See the work in progress View the embedded image gallery online at http www globeproductions ca index php the old armoury projects armoury work in pictures sigProId974fc41d14 Globe Productions Old Armory Georgetown The Old Armoury History of the Old

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  • 100th Anniversary of WW1
    Rallying the Troops 100th Anniversary of WW1 One hundred and forty eight years ago under the threat of an attack on their homes and their freedom the people of Georgetown joined together to build this armoury to provide a rallying point and drill hall for the local militia They were all volunteers who were landowners farmers shopkeepers craftsmen businessmen and even politicians One year later the Old Armoury stood witness to Confederation when all Canadians joined together to provide for their common security and future In August 1914 a new threat to global freedom arose and ordinary men from those same walks of life put down their tools and pens and rallied here at the Old Armoury ready to take their place in line with all free men against oppression On September 27th 2014 the community of Georgetown rallied together once again to honour those men who so bravely went to join the fight for freedom View the embedded image gallery online at http www globeproductions ca index php the old armoury projects rallying the troops 100th anniversary of ww1 sigProId345153be09 Old Armory Georgetown WW1 Military Display The Old Armoury History of the Old Armoury Work in Pictures 100th Anniversary

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  • News/Auditions
    Both camps will focus on musical theatre skills acting singing dancing and performing and provide a fun safe environment for kids to learn the skills they will find valuable in their future on or off stage Junior campers ages 7 11 July 4 15 2016 Senior campers ages 12 16 July 18 29 2016 access time 11 59AM 26 February 2016 Call for Summer Camp coordinators Musical Theatre Summer Camp two Summer Camp Coordinators Georgetown Globe Productions is seeking energetic team players with exceptional musical theatre skills to provide a dynamic camp experience for our junior and senior members at the Old Armoury in Georgetown Ontario Employment Period July 4 to 29 Mon Fri access time 11 45AM 26 February 2016 Globe Appreciation and Social Night January 16 2016 Globe wants to show it s appreciation to all its members and volunteers We couldn t do it without you Come on out for a fun evening with your fellow Globe members All members 7 years and older are welcome Please bring a salad or a dessert and we will provide pulled pork sandwiches Beer and wine will be available at a slight cost We may watch a movie or just visit with our friends When January 16 2016 at 6pm Where The Old Armoury Please RSVP by January 9th 2016 email This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it access time 03 07PM 27 December 2015 Last Call For Music Director and Producer For Cabaret June 2016 We have extended the deadline for submitting the applications for a Music Director and Producer for our cabaret style fundraiser until January 15 2016 The show will be performed the first two weekends of June 2016 and will be a compilation of show tunes on the theme of villains Sample song list available upon request If you are interested in music directing producing or for further information please contact Melissa at This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it access time 06 09PM 19 December 2015 Lucy Maud Montgomery s granddaughter to attend Anne of Green Gables Yes Kate Butler MacDonald will attend the opening night of Anne of Green Gables the musical on November 20th 2015 For some of us this is an event comparable to meeting One Direction As you may know Lucy Maud Montgomery lived in Norval from 1926 1935 with her husband Ewan Macdonald who served as minister in Norval Presbyterian Church Kate is the daughter of Lucy Maud s son Stewart and the spokesperson of the Heirs of L M Montgomery society access time 01 17PM 19 November 2015 Anne of Green Gables public adjudication Thursday November 26th Correction from our Newsletter In our newsletter from November 10th we incorrectly stated that the public adjudication will take place on Tuesday November 26 That would work for some other year but not 2015 To set things straight the public adjudication by Association of Community Theatres

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  • News
    Both camps will focus on musical theatre skills acting singing dancing and performing and provide a fun safe environment for kids to learn the skills they will find valuable in their future on or off stage Junior campers ages 7 11 July 4 15 2016 Senior campers ages 12 16 July 18 29 2016 Call for Summer Camp coordinators Musical Theatre Summer Camp two Summer Camp Coordinators Georgetown Globe Productions is seeking energetic team players with exceptional musical theatre skills to provide a dynamic camp experience for our junior and senior members at the Old Armoury in Georgetown Ontario Employment Period July 4 to 29 Mon Fri Globe Appreciation and Social Night January 16 2016 Globe wants to show it s appreciation to all its members and volunteers We couldn t do it without you Come on out for a fun evening with your fellow Globe members All members 7 years and older are welcome Please bring a salad or a dessert and we will provide pulled pork sandwiches Beer and wine will be available at a slight cost We may watch a movie or just visit with our friends When January 16 2016 at 6pm Where The Old Armoury Please RSVP by January 9th 2016 email This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it Last Call For Music Director and Producer For Cabaret June 2016 We have extended the deadline for submitting the applications for a Music Director and Producer for our cabaret style fundraiser until January 15 2016 The show will be performed the first two weekends of June 2016 and will be a compilation of show tunes on the theme of villains Sample song list available upon request If you are interested in music directing producing or for further information

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