Announcement: Annual General Meeting on Wednesday June 12
Phoenix Players will hold their Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Wednesday, June 12, 2019 in the Theatre Studio, at the Nepean Creative Arts Centre, 35 Stafford Road, Ottawa. The meeting begins at 7:30pm.
The meeting will consist of reports from various department heads, and elections for 2019-2020 board members. Afterwards, there will be a reception and performance by the Phoenix Players Ageless Players. Food and refreshments will be available, but everyone is welcome to bring extra treats.
Anyone who wishes to be put on the nomination list for the 2019 -2020 board is to contact John Cook at email@example.com by June 10, 2019.
Essentially, board members are responsible for ensuring that Phoenix Players is a thriving theatre company, both in its internal operations and in its external position and profile in the broader community and that the company is being managed and operated in ways that are healthy and sustainable.
Only members of Phoenix Players may vote at the meeting. Membership applications will be available for those wishing to renew their membership or join Phoenix Players.
We look forward to seeing you there.
President, Phoenix Players.
The Spring 2019 show (April 5 - Apr 13, 2019) is:
Heroes, by Gérald Sibleyras, translated by Tom Stoppard directed by Rich Huton
Heroes is set in August 1959 in a home somewhere in France for retired military men. The play takes place outside on a terrace in the garden of a convent hospital where Philippe, Henri and Gustave are hatching a plan to escape.
Founded in 2001, Phoenix Players is a community theatre company providing affordable, high quality live theatre entertainment to communities in and around Ottawa. We perform comedies, mysteries and dramas from the Canadian, American and English repertory. Our plays are selected for their entertainment value and audience appeal and are performed at the Gladstone Theatre in Ottawa's Little Italy. As a registered charity, we welcome donations to support our development by offering workshops in theatre arts and contributing to the resources of the Gladstone.