THANK YOU!

17 Jul

Our crowdfunding campaign for #LearTO has closed!

THANK YOU to all who donated: Jen Kervin, Gabriel Nylund, Suzanne Thorpe, Katie Saunoris, Gaby Grice, Jim Armstrong, Jeff Dingle, Rebecca Kingsmill, Sophia Fabiilli, Thomas Gough, Eric Hopkins, Andrew Fleming, Chris James, Tom Arthur Davis, Mark Cassidy, Ginette Mohr, Emma Ward, Erin Steele, Chris Jodoin, Janet Beck & Roger Beck, Peter McKinnon, Barbara Fingerote, Emma Mackenzie Hillier, Unspoken Theatre Company, Dale Darling & Steve Coughlan, Kim Barton, Paul Rivers, Sarah Elizabeth, Carlo Adamo, Ian Hoare, Vicki Koitsopoulos, Wayne Johnston, Adriano Sobretodo Jr., Ann & Michael Bedard, Dave & Liz Pelletier, Martin Dewar, Jason Silzer, Karen Singh, Justin McLean, Gerke Haigh-Geissler, L. Aquilina, Maureen Goodspeed, and several Anonymous donors! We’ll be getting in touch with you all soon regarding your prizes.

THANK YOU LD Photo & Video for shooting and editing our promotional video and artist interviews, Fook Communications for assisting us with the graphic design for our postcards, Wendel Wray for your on-going assistance on the administrative end, and Leslie Thorpe-Dermody for stage managing our big shoot day.

THANK YOU to the local theatre companies who donated prizes: Tarragon TheatreBuddies In Bad Times Theatrefu-GEN Asian Canadian Theatre CompanyTheatre Passe MurailleCahoots Theatre, and Nightwood Theatre.

THANK YOU to the artists and organizations who helped us spread the word: Truths ‘n’ Lies Theatre, Morro and Jasp, Brian Goldenberg, Canadian Stage, Randolph Academy for the Performing Arts, Minmar Gaslight Productions, Thick & Thin Theatre, House of Rebels Theatre, Physically Speaking, how.dare.collective., The Templeton Philharmonic, Theatre by the River, Seven Siblings Theatre, Kindling Collective, Let Me In Theatre, Portius Productions, The Creation Coffin, Sex T-Rex, The Howland Company, Malfi Productions, Unspoken Theatre Company, Circlesnake Productions, and La Fille du Laitier.

THANK YOU to the cast and crew for your time, talent, and patience: Thomas Gough, Heather Marie Annis, Kwaku Okyere, Kathleen Werneburg, Eve Wylden, Justin Haigh, Melanie Hrymak, Katherine Belyea, Randy Lee, Claire Hill, and Monty Martin.

Between what we raised through the FWYC and donations made directly through our website, we raised a total of $4,279. It’s not enough to get the show on its feet, but it’s a great start, and thank you all for helping us get to this great starting point. Our next step will be to write grant applications and hopefully get the rest of the funding we need that way. For any donors who are to receive production-related prizes, those will be honoured once we have enough funding to put the show on its feet, and we will be in touch as things develop.

Stay tuned to our website, FacebookTwitter Instagram, and sign up for our e-newsletter for further LEAR developments and details on our other projects. We also accept donations 24/7 through our website in case you know anyone who wanted to donate to the FWYC but didn’t get to before the deadline.

Thank you all so much again for your support! Making theatre happen is such a community effort, and we wouldn’t be where we are today without you – our wonderful community.

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MEET OUR SOUND DESIGNER

5 Jul

In our final behind-the-scenes video for #LearTO: it’s sound designer Justin Haigh (sound designer/set designer/producer/writer on many of our productions). Check out the video and donate today!

Shot by LD Photo & Video.

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MEET OUR LIGHTING DESIGNER

28 Jun

Next in our behind-the-scenes video series for #LearTO: lighting designer Randy Lee (lighting designer/set designer on many of our productions). Check out the video and donate today!

Shot by LD Photo & Video.

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MEET OUR STAGE MANAGER

21 Jun

Next in our behind-the-scenes video series for #LearTO: stage manager Katherine Belyea (stage manager on our 2014 production of CIRCLE JERK and 2013 production of A HAND OF BRIDGE). Check out the video and donate today!

Shot by LD Photo & Video.

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MEET OUR PROJECTION DESIGNER

14 Jun

Next in our behind-the-scenes video series for #LearTO: projection designer Monty Martin. Check out the video and donate today!

Shot by LD Photo & Video.

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MEET OUR “BODICE”

7 Jun

Next in our behind-the-scenes video series for #LearTO: actor Kate Werneburg, who will be playing Bodice. Check out the video and donate today!

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MEET OUR FIGHT CHOREOGRAPHER

31 May

Next in our behind-the-scenes video series for #LearTO: fight choreographer Melanie Hrymak (fight choreographer on our 2015 remount of HERETIC). Check out the video and donate today!

Shot by LD Photo & Video.

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Meet Our “Fontanelle”

24 May

Next in our behind-the-scenes video series for #LearTO: actor Eve Wylden, who will be playing Fontanelle. Check out the video and donate today!

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New Facebook Page!

23 May

We’re moving! We’re migrating away from our Facebook group page to our brand new fan page! Give us a ‘like’ to stay up to date on #LearTO and all things Soup Can!

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Meet Our “Gravedigger’s Boy/Ghost”

17 May

Next in our behind-the-scenes video series for #LearTO: actor Kwaku Okyere, who will be playing The Gravedigger’s Boy/The Ghost. Check out the video and donate today!

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