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Auditions - Snapshots: A Musical Scrapbook

An original new musical featuring the beloved songs from Academy Award-winning composer Stephen Schwartz (Wicked, Pippin, Godspell) Snapshots: A Musical Scrapbook is a touching and authentic look into how we fall in love and the poignant power of trusting our hearts and memories. Sue has her bags packed, her farewell note written and the resolution to leave her husband, Dan, after decades of their lives entwined. Finding herself in their dusty, suburban attic for a final goodbye to the life...

Artistic team for Snapshots: A Musical Scrapbook

Globe's Executive is proud to announce the artistic team for Snapshots: A Musical Scrapbook. Director: William ReillMusic Director: Alix Kingston The catalogue of Academy Award-winning composer Stephen Schwartz springs to new life in this moving, re-imagined story. Featuring songs from Wicked, Godspell, Pippin, and more, Snapshots: A Musical Scrapbook will be performed at The Old Armoury in June 2024. Are you interested in performing in this show? Auditions will be held in January. Stay tuned...

Auditions: Frozen JR.

Auditions: Friday December 15th, 2023 at 7 PMSaturday December 16th, 2023 at 10 AM Those auditioning must be 8-18 years old on May 12, 2024. Please download the Audition Information document for all the details & audition tips. DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT >>...

Information Night for Frozen JR.

Join us on November 12 to learn more about our spring production of Frozen JR. This is your opportunity to meet the team, hear about their vision of the show, learn about audition requirements, and ask questions. It’s also the first opportunity to book an audition. Auditions will not be booked by email until after info night. Director/Choreographer: Mitchell MunroMusic Director:Emily Zathey Information Night Sunday, November 12 at 7 pmGlobe’s home – The Old Armoury1A Park Ave,...

Musical Theatre Georgetown

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    Georgetown Globe Productions is a not-for-profit musical theatre group whose members live in Halton Hills and the surrounding areas. For more than 40 years Globe has been providing local audiences with top-notch musical theatre. Throughout its history Georgetown Globe Productions has drawn from the Halton Hills community a wide array of talent that is manifest both onstage and off. Our members come from all walks of life and encompass all ages. Over 300 volunteers are involved on a yearly basis including 100 youth and their families. In addition to bringing quality musical theatre to the Town of Halton Hills, Globe is an active community supporter including participating in numerous community events, sharing our resources, and contributing our skills and expertise to the broader community.

    Led by our founder Mr. Ralph Ursel, Globe’s precursor was originally started in 1964, the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s birth, hence the name Globe. The original concept consisted of “Vaudeville/minstrel” style shows of music and comedy organized on behalf of the Rotary Club.

     Influenced by the British background of many of the founding members they soon shifted to presenting English pantomimes. The “pantos” were performed in the Secondary School on Kennedy Road in Brampton because it had a decent stage. In the English tradition, we opened on Boxing Day. We did this for 3 years presenting Dick Whittington, Aladdin and Babes in the Wood. The scripts were imported from England and extremely corny!

    Rehearsals took place in various locations – old warehouses, gas stations etc. Scenery was made and painted in an old barn in Glen Williams and paint brushes were washed by breaking the ice in the Credit River to get a bucket of water!

    In 1967 Ralph Ursel had a serious car accident and a change of career so the organization then ran out of steam. It went into abeyance until 1981 when the John Elliott Theatre was built in Georgetown. With Ralph still at the helm we were off and running again!  In 1983 we were incorporated under the name of Georgetown Globe Productions, producing one show each year.

    Over our history we have produced more than 100 shows and garnered more than 60 awards for our production and performance achievements. Each season Globe produces 4 shows encompassing both traditional and contemporary material. The experience of being part of Globe is both an educational one and a lively social outlet. Over the years several members have gone to careers in professional theatre.

    In 2009, Globe identified in our growing community a need to provide an avenue for growth and mentorship for up-and-coming talent who will inherit our legacy of quality productions. As such, we are dedicated to produce one main stage Youth Company Show each season and to run educational camps and workshops covering all aspects of being involved in musical theatre.

    One of our greatest community achievements has been the 2009-present day project to renovate and preserve the historic (1866) Old Armoury in the Georgetown Fairgrounds Park as our multi-function rehearsal/performance space. This journey culminated in 2023 when The Old Armoury was officially Designated by The Town of Halton Hills as “culturally and historically significant” under the Ontario Heritage Act.


  • 2013 THEA AWARD for the Best Presentation of a Musical - Lori Girvan, Producer

    Production Team:

    Director: Craig Marshall
    Music Director: Erica Harvey
    Choreographer: Jen Marshall

    Cast:

    Chad: Ryan Gauvin
    Jim Haller: Rob Woodcock
    Natalie Haller: Cheyenne Harvey
    Sylvia: Elizabeth Bell
    Lorraine: Jamie Nelson
    Dennis: Paul Stodolny
    Sandra: Erin Hyde
    Mayor Matilda Hyde: Bobbie Flatt
    Dean Hyde: Adam Dolson
    Sheriff Earl: Reid Mowat

    Dance Ensemble:
    Jane Adair, Jasmine Gilmour, Melissa Comstock, Erin Noble, Jenn Johnson, Hayley Sevigny, Carolyn Sevigny, Heather MacKenzie

    Ensemble:
    LeeAnn Jones, Meaghan Praught, Abby deNardis, Emily Park, Marissa Baptista, Thomas Morley, Mark Burns, Daniel Stubbington, Cullen Jackson, David Brown, Alex Ellison, MacKenzie Burton

    Photos courtesy of Ron Stiel

  • We bring you the latest photos and videos from Anne rehearsals. Check it out and come back for more!

  • We bring you the latest photos and videos from Anne rehearsals. Check it out and come back for more!

  • We bring you the latest photos and videos from Anne rehearsals. Check it out and come back for more!

  • We bring you the latest photos and videos from Anne rehearsals. Check it out and come back for more!

  • We bring you the latest photos and videos from Anne rehearsals. Check it out and come back for more!

  • We bring you the latest photos and videos from Anne rehearsals. Check it out and come back for more!

  • Fantastic artistic team and cast of 36 talented actors star in this production. Find out who they are.
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    Production Team:

    Director: Matt Willis
    Choreographer: Jennifer Marshall
    Musical Director: Dale Wood
    Producer: Leann Playter

    Cast:

    Annie: Mari MacDonald
    Miss Hannigan: Victoria Galvao
    Grace: Meghan Praught
    Lily: Harmonie Poirier
    Bert Healy:Thomas Morley
    Roosevelt: Dylan Thring
    Warbucks: Ryan Jeffery
    Rooster: Jared Doke

    Orphans:

    Hannah Carruthers, Abigail DeNardis, Calista DeSousa, Ava Dey, Hannah Dey, Annie Elgie, Cerys Evans, Natalie Gago, Shaelyn Girvan, Cayleigh Graham, Madeleine King, Jenna Lausic, Emily Moore
    Nadia Nikolov, Fiona Smith, Megan Somerville, Raychel Thornhill

    Ensemble:

    Owen Adema, Emma Ayers, Marissa Baptista, Larissa Berger, Brody Brown, Magdalena Dubravsky, Brianne Cantwell, Jordan Clark, Evelyn Elgie, Holly Girvan, Lewis Hendry, Matea Klassan, Savannah Kritschgau, Sarah Kunica, Chloe MacLeod, Sebastian Martino, Stefan Martino, Clara Miedzwiedzka, Cameron Playter, Kaitlin Playter, Stella Poirier, Dawson Somerville, Miriam Wielinga

    Photos courtesy of Ron Stiel


  • 2014 THEA AWARD for the Best Actress In The Supporting Role - Elizabeth Bell

    Production Team:

    Director: Danny Harvey
    Music Director: John Pugh
    Choreographer: Erin Noble

    Cast:

    Adam Dolson - Emcee
    Amanda Dwyer - Kost / Kit Kat Girl
    Andy Ingram - Cliff
    Cheyenne Stodolny - Sally
    Bob Deutsch - Schultz
    David Brown - Victor / Kit Kat Boy
    Elizabeth Bell - Schneider
    Erin Noble - Kit Kat Girl
    Heather Mackenzie - Kit Kat Girl
    Julia Gorban - Kit Kat Girl
    Matt Willis - Max / Gorilla
    Melissa Comstock - Kit Kat Girl
    Ryan Gauvin - Ernst
    Stephanie Rowe - Kit Kat Girl/Lady
    Lauryn Vetro - Kit Kat Girl/Lady
    Brody Brown - Young Boy
    Roberto Ercoli - Bobby
    Daniel Stubbington - Hans

    Photos courtesy of Ron Stiel

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    Production Team:

    Director: Jenn Johnson
    Choreographer: Jen Marshall
    Music Director: John Pugh
    Producer: Lois Fraser

    Photos courtesy of Ron Stiel


  • A Musical Journey Through Times of War and Revolution

    Production Team:

    Director: Laura Caswell
    Music Director: A. Dale Wood
    Producer: Melissa Fischer

    Cast:

    Alex Ellison, Alex Jones, Brian Mills, Craig Marshall, Jaime Brown, Jordan May, Laurette Wyshnicki, Lois Fraser, Madison Jones, Margaret Zabokrzycki, Richard Moore, Robin Sinclair, Stefanie Dragan

    Photos courtesy of Ron Stiel

  • Globe Productions presented the musica of Andrew Lloyd Webber at the beautifully renovated Acton Town Hall Centre in March 2012.

  • Production Team:

    Director: Rob Woodcock
    Choreographer: Elizabeth Bell
    Music Director: Dale Wood
    Producers: Leann Playter

    Cast:

    Aladdin: Jordan May
    Jasmine: Abigail DeNardis
    Genie: Meghan Praught
    Jafar: Daniel Stubbington
    Sultan: Miriam Wielinga
    Igao: Gabriel DeNardis
    Abu: Cameron Playter
    Magic Carpet: Natalie Gago
    Razoul: Spencer Reed
    Narrarators: Jenna Brown, Hannah Dey, Calista DeSousa, Mari MacDonald, Katie Pound, Fiona Smith
    Guards: Owen Adema, Thomas Morley, Luke Ritchie, Jake Zanth

    Harem Girls:
    Shannon Bain, Marissa Baptista, Darcy Daquano, Sarah Kunica, Kaitlin Playter, Neha Sindhwani

    Townspeople:
    Ethan Adema, Mackenzie Britton, Brody Brown, Hannah Carruthers, Patrick Charrett, Ellen Crawley, Rachel Currie, Bergen Eppers, Daelyn Eppers, Shaelyn Girvan, Gregory Glen, Cayleigh Grahm, Emma Hurst, Jenna Lausic, Madeleine King, Bryce Messmer, Emily Moore, Brynn Swenarchuk, Sohpie Whenham

    Photos courtesy Ron Stiel


  • Production Team:

    Director: Craig Marshall
    Musical Director: Lumena Daniel
    Choreographer: Jennifer Marshall
    Producer: Leann Playter

    Cast:

    Ariel - Colleen McGuckin
    Eric - Jordan May
    Ursula - Shaelyn Girvan
    King Triton - Daniel Stubbington
    Sebastian - Brynn Swenarchuk
    Scuttle - Rachel Currie
    Grimbsy    - Matthieu Verdon
    Flounder- Olivia Doyle
    Flotsam    - Scarlett Lowrie
    Jetsam - Gloria Tobin
    Chef Louis - Gabriel DeNardis
    Pilot - Brody Brown
    Carlotta - Katia Sheepwash
    Seahorse - Caitlyn Bloom

    Mersisters:
    Aquata - Natalie Gago
    Andrina  - Kaitlin Playter
    Arista - Jenna Lausic
    Atina - Abbey Johnson
    Adella - Jaidyn McFadden
    Allana - Matea Klassen

    Ensemble
    Isabelle Annett, Patrick Charrett, Tess Christie, Chloe Carruthers, Hannah Carruthers, Nathan Carruthers, Ellen Crawley, Emily Deschenes, Magdalena Dubravsky, Madelyn Gander, Sarah Hachey, Kira Hughes, Emma Hurst, Allyda King, Madeleine King, Stephanie Kolitsopoulos, Corissa Larson, Tyler Larson, Alyssa MacDonald,  Chloe MacLeod, Emily Moore, Shelby Muise, Nadia Nikolov, Cameron, Playter, Paige Richardson, Shayla Spalding, Riley Ware, Sophie Whenham, Emily Wood, Jake Zanth 

    Photos courtesy of Ron Stiel

     

  • Time to register for Globe Productions' Fall Workshop Series! Focus will be on theatre / improv games, building confidence, movement and dance.. Saturdays Sep. 14 - Nov. 16, 2019 | 10am – 12pm.


  • Fiddler on the Roof Jr. - May 1, 2, 3, 8, 9, 2020

    Music by Jerry Bock
    Book by Joseph Stein
    Lyrics by Sheldon Harnick
    Based on Sholem Aleichem’s stories, by special permission of Arnold Perl.

    Artistic Team:

    Director: Mitchell Munro
    Music Director: Matt Morrison
    Executive Producer: Leann Playter
    Show Producers: Ann DeNardis & Susan Stewart
    Stage Manager: Kevin May

    Performance Dates:

    May 1,8 and 9 @ 7:30pm
    May 2, 3, 9 and 10 @ 2:00pm

    John Elliott Theatre
    9 Church Street,
    Georgetown, Ontario

    Synopsis:

    This special adaptation of the nine-time Tony Award-winning Broadway musical, Fiddler on the Roof JR. follows Tevye the milkman as he tries to protect his daughters and his way of life from a changing world. 

    Set in the little village of Anatevka, the story centers on Tevye, a poor dairyman, and his five daughters. With the help of a colorful and tight-knit Jewish community, Tevye tries to marry off his daughters and instill in them a sense of tradition in the face of growing anti-Semitism in Czarist Russia.

    Cast:

    Tevye - Darcy Tyrrell
    Golde - Phoenix Ren
    Tzeitel - Scarlett Lowrie
    Hodel - Hannah Climaco
    Chava - Riley Ware
    Sprintze - Victoria Freitas
    Bielke - Grace Guzzo
    Yente - Kealey Sarjeant
    Motel  - Brodie Unsworth
    Perchik - Zach Gomes
    Fyedka - Connor McQuat
    Lazar Wolf - Josh Hughes
    Grandma Tzeitel - Gloria Tobin
    Fruma Sarah - Lucy Bolton
    Mordcha -  Mitchell Panabaker
    Mendel - Taylor Phillips
    Avram - Angelina Zganjer
    Rabbi - Grace Phillips
    Constable - Ella Ryan
    Sasha - Ana Jelicic
    Yussel - Zara Martin
    Fiddler - Jenna Wittich

    Ensemble  

    Abigail Guberman
    Amy Wolfe
    Anna Neving
    Annabeth Cook
    Briar Calaminici
    Cadyn Rossi
    Calia Rossi
    Camryn Rossi
    Charlotte Melnechuk
    Chloe Agla
    Ellina Berthe
    Emily Anslow
    Erika Waytowitch
    Hannah Calvert
    Jordan Brown
    Kaelyn Doyle
    Kaitlynn Hunter
    Kate Grootendorst
    Landon Copeland
    Larissa Nieuwenhoff
    Maddie Goertz
    Molly Bolton
    Rebecca Centrone
    Saphara Melnechuk
    Sapphire Sante
    Sofia Marsella
    Zoe Wolfe 

     

  • Globe Productions, an award-winning community theatre, is proud to have won over 60 Act-Co awards.

  • Production Team:

    Director: Amanda Dwyer
    Music Director: David Bernacki
    Choreographer: JQ Smith

    Producer: Melissa Fischer
    Stage Manager: Holly Bell-Young

    Performances:

    April 6, 7, 13, 14 at 8pm
    April 8, 15 at 2pm

    The Old Armoury | 1 Park Avenue | Georgetown

    Synopsis

    Musical theatre is full of fabulous characters that we have come to know and love over the years. Through these characters we have discovered wonderful music - beautiful ballads, rocking solos, gorgeous torch songs, and energetic ensemble numbers.  Now prepare to re-discover them! Come join Globe as we break down barriers, stereotypes and genders for He Sang, She Sang!  A cabaret full of sensational numbers where we turn the tables on songs traditionally sung by men and those sung by women, for a fresh take on some old favourites.  A night to remember, you will be thoroughly entertained as our talented cast take on roles and songs they would never have the chance to perform otherwise!

    Cast:

    Andrew Skuza
    David Brown
    Emily Zathey
    Jaime Brown
    Jenna Brown
    Jordan May
    Katrina Gibson
    Kelly Baker
    Margaret Zabokrzycki
    Meg Cate
    Mikayla Falk

    Tickets: 

    All seats $20 until March 31. $25 as of April 1. General Admission

    Cash sales
    Tickets will be available on Tuesday and Thursday evenings at The Old Armoury from 7 to 8:30pm beginning March 20th. Only cash may be accepted in person.

    Electronic payments
    to pay by credit / visa debit / PayPal please click the PayPal button below (you do not need a PayPal account to do this), and select the number of tickets you wish to purchase, complete your payment. Our Ticket Manager will email you to confirm receipt of your payment and confirm which performance you'd like to attend. You tickets will be held at the door for pick up on the day of the performance.

    Questions? Email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and we'll be happy to help!


  • Book by Timothy Allen McDonald
    Words and Music by Benj Pasek and Justin Paul

    Based on the Book James and the Giant Peach by Roald Dahl

    Production Team:

    Artistic Director: William Reill
    Music Director: Matt Morrison
    Choreographer: Melissa Lombardi
    Producers: Leann Playter, Susan Stewart
    Stage Manager: Ann DeNardis-Tomcko

    Performances:

    May 4, 11, 12 at 7:30pm
    May 5, 6, 12, 13 at 2pm

    John Elliott Theatre | 9 Church Street | Georgetown

    Synopsis

    Based on one of Roald Dahl’s most poignantly quirky stories, Roald Dahl's James and the Giant Peach JR. is a brand new take on this tale.  Featuring wonderfully tuneful music and a witty and charming book, this adventurous musical about courage and self-discovery is destined to be a classic.

    When James is sent by his conniving aunts to chop down their old fruit tree, he discovers a magic potion that grows a tremendous peach, rolls into the ocean and launches a journey of enormous proportions. James befriends a collection of singing insects that ride the giant piece of fruit across the ocean, facing hunger, sharks and plenty of disagreements along the way.

    Cast:

    Principals

    Nate Carruthers - James
    Nate Dawes - Ladahlord
    Josh Hughes - Grasshopper
    Grace Phillips - Ladybug
    Jonah DeNardis - Earthworm
    Jordan Ball - Spider
    Jacob Tomcko - Centipede
    Lucy Bolton - Aunt Spiker
    Morgan Bond - Aunt Sponge

    Ensemble 

    Emily Anslow                Oasys Bain  
    Taylor Ball                     Thea Barron  
    Caitlyn Bloom                Brooke Brown  
    Ella Butler                      Elliana Crowshaw  
    Simon Dawes                Jayson Dee  
    Eden Fleming                Zachary Gomes  
    Kate Grootendorst         Kira Hughes  
    Ana Jelicic                      Allyda King  
    Scarlett Lowrie               Sofia Marsella  
    Saphara Melnechuk       Brynn Mumford 
    Larissa Nieuwenhoff      Ella Ryan  
    Sapphire Sante              Kealey Sarjeant  
    Sophia Succo                Gloria Tobin  
    Darcy Tyrrell                  Amy Wolfe
    Jeremy Verdon              Riley Ware  
    Mady Wight                  

    Photos courtesy of Ron Stiel

  • 2011 THEA AWARDS

    Best Lighting Design – Geoff Nantes
    Best Sound Design – Geoff Nantes
    Best Costume Design in a Musical – Mary Udell

    "Globe Productions’ depiction of ‘Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat’ was simply stunning. From the colourful costumes to the lively singing and dancing to the sweetness of the children’s chorus, Globe Productions exceeded the audience’s expectations with the hit musical."
    Robin Downton-Poirier, Inside Halton
    "If I didn't know it to be different, I would have thought that I was at a Mirvish production. If you're looking for criticism, you'll be disappointed, because I have none".
    Autumn Smith, Professional Critic

    Production Team:

    Artistic Director: Danny Harvey
    Music Director: John Pugh
    Choreographer: Renée Beiforte
    Producer: Donna Feggans

    Starring:

    Chris Ning as Joseph
    Erica Harvey as The Narrator

    Also featuring:
    Matt Willis, Doug Feggans, Adam Dolson, Max DeNardis, John Gallant, Erik Noesgaard, Philip Peterson, Ryan Gauvin, Ryan Jeffery, Nigel Briell, Jason Guest, David Di Giorgio, Katie Fraser, Alana Bostock, Amanda Dwyer-Scarlett, Elizabeth Kmiec, JQ Smith, Makenzie Smith, Madison Jones, Katrina Gibson, Alex Jones, Rachel Quinn, Stephanie Dragon

    Children's Chorus:
    Deanna Berdusco, Brody Brown, Cameron Burns, Hannah Carruthers, Aiden Craig, Ava Dey, Hannah Dey, Abigail DeNardis, Gabriel DeNardis, Jonah DeNardis, Annie Elgie, Alina Hartley, Vivian Hicks, Madeline King, Mari MacDonald, Jenna Lausic, Caitlin Playter, Madison Schmidt, Dorothy Simon, Megan Somerville, Jordan Strand

    Photos courtesy of Ron Stiel

  • Thanks for visiting our website. If you are new to Globe, we hope that you find the information you need to join us, either in the audience or backstage as a member.  We hope that you will join in the fun and help us to continue our commitment to providing Georgetown and surrounding areas with quality musical theatre!  If you are a current or returning member, we know that this site will help keep you connected and that you will enjoy the memories created as you flip through our photos and history section.


  • Production Team:

    Artistic Director: Rob Woodcock
    Music Director: Diane Murray-Charrett
    Choreographer: Angel Ottema
    Producer: Leann Playter

    Photos courtesy of Ron Stiel

  • The Music Man performed at the Milton Centre For The Arts in November 2012.


  • Production Team:

    Director: Rob Woodcock
    Music Director: Dale Wood
    Choreographer: Elizabeth Bell

    Cast:

    Dorothy: Rachel Currie
    Lion: Jake Zanth
    Tin Man: Thomas Morley
    Scarecrow: Matthieu Verdon
    Witch: Fiona Smith
    Wizard: Daniel Stubbington
    Glinda: Jenna Brown
    Uncle Henry: Nick Schumacker
    Auntie Em: Miriam Wielinga
    Mayor/Emerald Guard: Gabriel DeNardis
    Coroner/ Queen Jitterbug: Grace Turner

    Junior Ensemble:
    Ethan Adema, Mackenzie Britton, Brody Brown, Patrick Charrett, Chloe Carruthers, Hannah Carruthers, Tess Christie, Olivia Doyle, Aniela Gregori, Sarah Hachey, Alina Hartley, Madeleine King, Scarlett Lowrie, Emily Moore, Nadia Nikolov, Cameron Playter, Alyssa Primdahl, Brynn Swenarchuk, Sophie Ison Whenham, Emily Wood

    Senior Ensemble:
    Owen Adema, Ellen Crawley, Cameron Charrett, Magdalena Dubravsky, Natalie Gago, Madelyn Gander, Shaelyn Girvan, Gregory Glen, Tyler Groves, Emma Hurst, Abbey Johnson, Hannah Jones, Matea Klassen, Corissa Larson, Jenna Lausic, Chloe Macleod, Kaitlin Playter, Luke Ritchie, Shayla Spalding

    Photos courtesy of Ron Stiel

  • We invite all youth from the ages of 8 – 18 to become a member and bring their excitement and enthusiasm to learn the crafts of acting, singing, dancing, and all aspects of directing and backstage duties. This group is for the youth, by the youth and mentored from the expertise of the Globe Membership past, present and future.

Globe Productions

Georgetown Globe Productions is a not-for-profit musical theatre group whose members live in Halton Hills and the surrounding areas.