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Janis La Couvée: Cabaret

Janis La Couvée interviews the director and cast about Company C’s upcoming production of Cabaret. Director Ron Jenkins describes Cabaret as “one of the greatest musicals of all time” and “completely relevant in today’s political climate”.
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Black Press: Slip back into warm days with CCPA staging of A Midsummer Night’s Dream

The Saanich News, Victoria News, Oak Bay News, and Peninsula News Review featured CCPA’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
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Janis La Couvée: A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Janis La Couvée interviews director Barbara Poggemiller about the journey of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. “In this troubled time there is a deep need for an expression of spirit, and of a collective soul.”
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Monday Magazine: Wintertime a boisterous holiday comedy

Monday Magazine reviews Wintertime, calling it “a delightful evening of hilarity with moments of poignance and feeling.”
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Times Colonist: Victoria musical-theatre students get a jump on Wintertime

The Times Colonist interviewed Company C and director Sara-Jeanne Hosie about bringing their own light into Wintertime. “It wouldn’t be a farce if somebody didn’t get bumped in the head during rehearsal.”
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Oak Bay News: Sara-Jeanne Hosie adds music to Wintertime

Oak Bay News interviewed Company C Director Sara-Jeanne Hosie about weaving new characters into Wintertime. “I loved the idea that I could sit down with the script and find where the music lived in it.”
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Jim Hume: When The Play Becomes Reality

Jim Hume, one of the oldest working journalists in Canada, reflected on our Remembrance Day performance.
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Janis La Couvée: Company C presents Wintertime

Janis La Couvée interviews Sara-Jeanne Hosie and the members of Company C about Charles L. Mee’s writing, and the relationships at the heart of Wintertime.
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Oak Bay News: Remembrance Day

Oak Bay News featured CCPA’s annual Remembrance Day tribute.
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Shaw TV: The Old Curiosity Shop

Company C’s The Old Curiosity Shop was featured on Shaw TV Vancouver Island. Director Sarah Rodgers, who directed the initial run at United Players in Vancouver, has added more song and dance to the show for the cast of trained musical theatre students.
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