An Honour, An Audition, A Schedule!

GPLT is honoured to be one of the nominees for the Grande Prairie and District Chamber of Commerce Awards of Distinction in the Arts and Culture Category. We are asking for your support. NO LATER THAN SEPTEMBER 27, please show your support for the volunteers of Grande Prairie Live Theatre by voting on the Chamber’s online survey : http://survey.constantcontact.com/survey/a07ed7bn5v5it1lplpi/start.

Learn more about the Chamber at:http://www.grandeprairiechamber.com/

After voting, enjoy  these entertaining events:  a performance of Last Chance Romance by Sam Bobrick a Romantic Comedy Sept. 22- Oct 1; a Free Evening at a CBC Daybreak Special Event Sept. 28; the second hit GP Comedy Jam Oct 9

ANNOUNCING AN AUDITION: GPLT is looking for a hearty company of men and women to create the zany, crazy, challenging and funny world of Spamalot. To audition – sing your favourite song from a Broadway Musical or from Spamalot plus read from a selection of off the wall readings. Phone 780 538 1616 to book an audition time or just come out Sept. 24 and 25 from 1-5 pm.

Tickets, audition and event info online at gplt.ca or call 780 538 1616.

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Building Madness by Kate Danley Wins Major Playwriting Award!

Award Winning New Play – Farce – Canadian Premiere! Tickets on Sale Now!

On July 22, 2016, Building Madness was as announced the winner of the MILDRED and ALBERT PANOWSKI  playwriting competition! GPLT is thrilled to have been selected to produce the CANADIAN PREMIERE of this award winning new play!!! Congratulations to playwright, Kate Danley!

Auditions Building Madness run September 18. Contact the theatre box office for more information.

The Canadian Premiere of Building Madness by Kate Danley runs January 9 to February 4, 2017.

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GPLT wants to Honour Special People! Nomination deadline July 11, 2016

Call for Nominations for GPLT Special Awards! Deadline July 11, 2016.

Every year at our September Annual General Meeting, Grande Prairie Live Theatre recognizes special volunteers with three Awards.

The Jennie Tetreau Award is given to someone who has made exemplary long term contributions to GPLT for at least 10 years.

The Short But Sweet Award is given to someone who has made exceptional short term contributions to GPLT over a period of not more than 5 years.

The Rising Star Award is given to someone less than 18 years of age who has made a dramatic impact in one or more ways with GPLT.

More than one award recipient may be recognized in any category each year. The contributions can be made in one or more areas including onstage, offstage or behind the scenes.

Nominators must submit their nominations in writing by email to manager@gplt.ab.ca or delivered or mailed to the theatre marked: Nomination. Nominators must give the reasons for the nomination and details of the nominee’s contributions. All nominations are held in confidence and reviewed by the Nominating Committee lead by Past President Sandra Pippus. The GPLT Board makes the final decision. Only the names of successful award recipients are made public.

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