Welcome to SLT's 2013-2014 "Our 67th Season"

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Welcome to Simcoe Little Theatre's 2013/14 season. Enjoy two musicals and three comedies this season. We welcome two new directors, Ken Lefebvre and Greig Graham and welcome back Tony Proracki, Sam MacLeod and Larry Dawson. Simcoe Little Theatre is a volunteer organization and we need the support of volunteers like you to keep presenting wonderful shows every year. Please buy a membership, or make a donation and volunteer to help. Speak to any executive members if you are interested in any way or come see us at our booth at the Friendship Festival or at the Norfolk County Fair. You can also call us at 519 426-7620. Again, we welcome you to our 67th season. We hope you will 'come out and play' with us.

Once again we are presenting five great shows for you.
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  • "Papers"

    By Allan Stratton and directed by Ken Lefebvre
    This sophisticated light comedy has a clever script peppered with fiery barbs at academics. Professor Moira Fitzsimmons is lecturing about a colleague's novel and gives her hilarious version of a love affair. Prepare for many belly laughs.
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  • "Forever Plaid: Plaid Tidings"

    By Stuart Ross and directed by Tony Proracki
    The boys are back to do a Christmas special. This a brand new show that offers the best of FOREVER PLAID tied up in a nifty package with a big Christmas bow on top. Enjoy the mixture of Christmas music and familiar Plaid harmonies.
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  • "[title of show]"

    By Jeff Bowen and Hunter Bell and directed by Sam Macleod
    This musical follows the struggles of the author and composer/lyricist and their actress friends during the initial brief creative period along with subsequent events leading up to the production.
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  • "Perfect Wedding"

    By Robin Hawdon and directed by Greig Graham
    A bridegroom wakes on his wedding morning, with his bride-to-be about to arrive, and finds a strange girl in his bed. The bride arrives. The girl is trapped in the bathroom. The brides' parents arrive. Enjoy this riotous comedy and touching love story.
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  • "The Dixie Swim Club"

    By Jessie Jones, Nicholas Hope and Jamie Wooten and directed by Larry Dawson
    5 women whose friendship began many years ago on their college swim team, set aside a long August weekend every year to recharge their relationships. This is a hilarious, touching comedy about friendships that last forever.

Simcoe Little Theatre is a volunteer organization and we need the support of volunteers like you to keep presenting wonderful shows every year. Please buy a membership, or make a donation and volunteer to help. Speak to any executive members if you are interested in any way or come see us at our booth at the Friendship Festival or at the Norfolk County Fair. You can also call us at 519 426-7620. Again, we welcome you to our Accessible season.
We hope you will 'come out and play' with us.

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