Roseneath was the first young peoples theatre company in Canada to offer an LGBTQ+ themed show for each grade level in one season (2017-18), from Kindergarten all the way to Grade 12. Premiering these three plays doubled the number of LGBTQ2S themed plays for young audiences in Canada. We are continuing our dedication to LGBTQ+ arts and education by offering this exciting line up of summer programming.
PA Day Camp: Rainbow Celebration !!!!!
Join Roseneath Theatre as we celebrate Pride Month! Join Mother TKO Monroe as he takes campers through an exploration of vogue, dance and Drag culture. This is an exceptional opportunity for campers to explore creative self expression, while gaining the confidence to be fully and unapologetically themselves. Date: June 7, 2019 Cost: $60 (sibling discount and limited scholarships available) Time: 9:00am-4:00pm Early Drop Off (8:30am) and Late Pick Up (5:00pm) available at additional cost Register Here Ages: 6-14
You Betta Werk!: An Exploration of Ballroom
Ballroom is at the intersection of revolution, movement, fashion and dance. It is one of the purest forms of expression. Join Twysted Miyake-Mugler founder of the Toronto Kiki Ballroom Alliance as he takes campers through a week long exploration of the art form known as Ballroom. Campers will learn how to vogue, walk the runway, movement and body confidence. It is an exceptional opportunity to explore creative self expression.
Dates: July 22- 26, 2019 (5 day camp) Ages 8-16 Instructor: Twysted Miyake-Mugler Fee: $275 (single) $245 (siblings) Early drop off 8:30am – 4:00pm – (Additional charge of $25 for the week) Late Pick Up (5:00pm – additional charge $45 for the week)
Online Auction Extended Another Week and NEW ITEMS ADDED
Our online auction fundraiser continues. Your support in this auction is invaluable to help us balance the shifting funding and policy changes that happen to the Theatre Industry every few years. We are eager to meet our goal and several items still don’t have bids yet, so we have decided to extend the auction until May 17th 2019.
We have several new and exciting items up for grabs.
Our latest additions include exclusive, premiums seats to Toronto Raptors, who have been performing exceptionally this year and a second Blue Jays game.
We also have a lot of new works of professionally framed art from various donors.
Roseneath Theatre’s 36th season – Hope for a Better World – encourages audiences to consider how we can better understand and support each other in today’s society. These five plays offer hope and a positive way forward for us all. First up is a remount of Beatriz Pizano’s La Maleta (The Suitcase) which focuses on the refugee and immigrant experience, incorporating both Spanish and English. In February, we will be presenting Djennie Laguerre’s Rendez-vous With Home for Black History/Future Month, which tells the story of two sisters, who are sent by their mother on a trip to Haiti to bury their father. At the end of February we’re remounting Paul Dunn’s Outside which encourages the creation of Gay-Straight Alliances, and will also be spending two weeks in Saskatchewan schools. In March and April, we revisit our unique production of Meet Cute, which looks at consent from multiple perspectives by playing the same conversation between two teens at a bus stop in three distinctly different ways. To round out our season in the spring, Roseneath will be presenting the Bad Hats Theatre production of Princess Frownsalot. This fun Canadian children’s book by John Bianchi has been given an incredibly creative adaptation for the stage by Fiona Sauder.
November 4- 29 2019 – La Maleta (The Suitcase)– grades 3-8 February 18-26 2020 – Outside(Northern Ontario Tour) – Grades7-12 February 20-28 2020 – Roseneath Presents: Rendez-vous With Home – grades 4-8 March 30-May 1 2020 – Meet Cute – grades 7-12 April 20-May 15 2020 – Roseneath Presents: Princess Frownsalot – grades K-4