Globe Summer Camp Juniors - final show

Globe's highly popular summer camp runs each summer at the Old Armoury. For two weeks, kids learn their musical theatre skills and rehearse a full show! Our Junior Summer Camp for kids ages 7-11 had a lot of fun rehearsing full show "School's Out". Take a look at the pictures.

Canada Day 2015

Once again, Globe Productions participated in Canada Day celebration in Glen Williams. See photos from the parade. After the parade, Globe members sang at St. Alban's Church Annual Chicken BBQ dinner & Fireworks. 

Globe Productions' AGM - June 15, 2015

Globe Productions' Annual General Meeting will take place on:

Monday June 15th, 7:00 pm

The Old Armoury
1A Park Avenue
Georgetown Fairgrounds

All Board positions are open for nominations. We are also looking for a new Publicity Assistant Officer.

Villains are Thrilling in The Little Mermaid Jr.

Three young ladies from Georgetown are having a ton of fun spooking the sold-out crowds at The Little Mermaid Jr. Shaelyn Girvan, a Grade 9 Christ the King student, delivers a powerful performance as the devious sea witch Ursula.  

“I really like playing villians. You can put so much into them,” says Shaelyn who has been acting in musicals since the age of three and is enjoying tapping into her “evil side” for this role.

“Little Mermaid is my favourite Disney movie. I love the characters and how elaborate they are. And I’ve always really liked how sassy, slinky, and slimy Ursula is,” she says.

Rachel Currie Set to Soar as ‘Scuttle’

Rachel Currie has traded in her ruby red slippers for a pair of wings this season with Globe Productions Youth Company.

The star of last year’s Wizard of Oz is now taking the stage as Scuttle, an eccentric seagull, in The Little Mermaid Jr.

The Grade 6 student from Alloa Public School says that playing Dorothy prepared her well for the role of Scuttle. For instance, she knows there’s a lot of hard work involved in putting on a major production, but the rewards will be fun.

“Scuttle is so much fun to play. He’s a bit of a flatliner and never really knows what’s going on even when he thinks that he does. It is just so fun to act all clueless,” says Rachel.

The Brampton native fell in love with musical theatre when she was just seven. She’s appeared in several plays including Aladdin Jr. (Globe 2013) and Alice in Wonderland Jr. (Brampton Theatre School 2012).

Schoolmates Share the Stage Under the Sea

What do a bossy crab and a frightened fish have in common? They are roles played by two friendly and fearless students from Robert Little Public School in Acton.

Brynn Swenarchuk and Olivia Doyle are set to impress audiences this May as Sebastian and Flounder in The Little Mermaid Jr. by Globe Productions Youth Company. The ten year olds are stepping into the spotlight for the first time having played in the Junior Ensemble for past Globe performances.