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Moonlit adventure coming mid-December

Escape the winter chill in A Midsummer Night’s Dream! Barbara Poggemiller directs the students in Shakespeare’s evocative moonlit adventure.
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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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Spotlight on Alumni: Marlie Collins

Marlie has played lead roles in Xanadu The Musical and Rock of Ages at the Arts Club Theatre, and teaches voice at the Sarah McLachlan School of Music.
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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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Backstage: Spirit of a Nation Alumni Return

Get to know us in our Backstage at CCPA blog! Communications Officer Dorothy Eggenberger interviews visiting alumni, Onegin stars.
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“Company C” Strips Down This Wintertime

Company C presents Wintertime: this cozy comedy features a collection of lovestruck characters that wear their hearts on their sleeves.
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Oak Bay News: Remembrance Day

Oak Bay News featured CCPA’s annual Remembrance Day tribute.
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Under Milk Wood, 2017 | director Alison Greene | photo credit Peter Pokorny