Kids’s drama membership takes the stage with two productions

FERGUS– Come on out and assist our native youth expertise and be completely entertained by two distinctive and humorous exhibits coming quickly to the Fergus Grand Theatre. 

On April 15 the Centre Wellington Kids’s Drama Membership presents its customized model of William Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Evening’s Dream at 2 and 7pm. 

And on April 22 is its authentic screenplay Ready for Goodrow, additionally at 2 and 7pm.

“The youngsters are very excited to hit the stage,” acknowledged the producer of Ready for Goodrow Jackie Fraser. 

“They’ve been working collectively since September, attending to know their roles, studying their traces, and stepping into character.”

The Centre Wellington Kids’s Drama Membership started within the mid Nineteen Seventies and is made up of 43 native children in Grades 4 to eight with a ardour for performing.  

They arrive collectively to be taught, develop, and improve their distinctive inventive skills by means of inventive dramatic expression, changing into proficient and assured younger folks. 

The youngsters work with their director for half of the 12 months studying and growing method, and for the opposite half of the 12 months working towards their play. 

The membership helps and encourages members in a optimistic and ‘play’-ful strategy. 

It’s again with two productions for the primary time since 2019.

“Our two administrators, Katy Chapman and Gerard Gouthro, have tailored/written two enjoyable and witty performs uniquely suited to the youngsters within the membership,” stated A Midsummer Evening’s Dream producer Erin Pratley.  

“We’re lucky to have such inventive, enthusiastic administrators who make weekly rehearsals so enjoyable and fascinating for the youngsters.”

The non-profit membership is organized by means of a grassroots, parent-run co-operative. Mother and father contribute their very own abilities and skills and all arms are on deck to assist with the ultimate manufacturing week and performances.

Tickets are $20 for adults, $15 for seniors and college students, and can be found on-line at or by calling 519-787-1981.

The aim of the Centre Wellington Kids’s Drama Membership is to offer a possibility for younger folks to boost self-confidence, vanity, self-discipline, oral communication, and efficiency abilities. 

Alongside the way in which they develop social abilities and the flexibility to work in a bunch, they usually be taught perseverance and dedication to a process.