Please DONATE during the month of JUNE 2022. This is a great chance for us to win an extra $20,000.00 from CanadaHelps.org since they will enter RCTC into their draw for each and every donation. Well, if you have the time you could even split your $100 donation into 10x $10 (for 10 entries to win… YEAH! Simply click on the banner for the challenge and you will be taken to CanadaHelps.org who will process your donation.
THANKS for supporting us – we need a lot of support to continue after our first “post-COVID” season. EVERY penny is appreciated – even though pennies are no longer in our wallets and purses…
The Royal Canadian Theater Company are proud to announce a special event and performance with our first foray into “Dinner Theatre”…
A three course gourmet meal from the award-winning chef of one of BC’s most prestigious hotels paired with
the live performance of Nick Hall’s “Eat Your Heart Out”.
This this will be a night to remember and one to help banish the blahs that always seem to plague us after the holidays. The perfect evening to enjoy with family members, friends, clients and it all takes place in the same luxurious surroundings.
So don’t miss out on the fun… ONLY 3 performances and limited seats… so book early!!!
The Royal Canadian Theater Company present Nick Hall's "Eat Your Heart Out" directed by Ellie King. MIXT Lobby Lounge at the Sheraton Guildford present a 3 course gourmet meal.
CONTINUED for 2022… Please donate your bottles… THANKS!
Due to COVID 19 our “Bottle Drive” has become a “Bottle Drop Off” … Hope that made you smile!
The GREAT thing about this new version of an old and tried fundraiser is that you can make your donation at your convenience and near to your home or work! YES, simply drop off your bottle donation (types in the picture) in a single bag at ANYReturn-It Depot in the lower mainland.
PLEASE use our account number: 604 209 5644 and mark it on the bag(s) or put a slip inside… The staff at the Return-It Depot will do the rest after you drop it off.
DONATE at any time and as many times as you like! We are VERY GRATEFUL for each and every donation!
THANKS for supporting us – we need a lot of support to re-start after the COVID-19 restrictions.
EVERY penny is appreciated – even though pennies are no longer in our wallets and purses…
We have a huge treat for you and your family, sponsored by The Royal Canadian Theatre Company: The Silly Adventures of Robin Hood!
Come and enjoy a boisterous, wacky and comical rendition of Robin Hood.
Grab a blanket and a picnic basket to enjoy this family friendly, hour long performance. Written and Directed by Ellie King and performed by the Merrie-Makers Travelling Players.
Everyone knows the traditional story of Robin Hood: Steal from the rich, give to the poor and marry Maid Marion! But this production brings you new songs, ingenious jokes and up-close sword combat! Maid Marion and Robin Hood banding together to defeat Sheriff Poltroon and Lord Knickerbocker brings warmth to your heart and a smile to your face!
Join us for an all-ages theatre show guaranteed to be fun for all the family. This one-hour show is the story of Robin Hood, as told by a travelling troupe of players who are bringing music, comedy, and a large dollop of silliness. Enjoy high-jinks and hilarity with Jack Pudding, Tallie Longbottom, and the rest of the ‘Merrie-Makers’ as you travel back in time to find out what really happened at that famous archery competition in Nottingham all those years ago.
Grab your tickets now!
Presented by: Fraser Valley Cidery, 21128-16th Avenue, Langley, BC
July 17th 2:00 pm & 7:00 pm July 18th 2:00 pm
$14.99 for those under 16 $19.99 for those over 16 major money saver
This summer, PlayWorkers Youth Theatre will be running 6 workshops. Each workshop will focus on a different aspect of theatre. Each workshop is available to a variety of ages. You can sign up for one class, multiple or all 6. Workshops will run on Fridays, excluding long weekends.
When: Fridays, 12-4pm. (No long weekend Fridays.)
Where: RCTC Studio, 10660 City Parkway, Surrey, BC
What: Theatre Workshops
Cost: $20 for one session. $120 for all 6. $60 for any 3.
Must pay in advance to secure placement in workshop. Spots limited to 12 per class.**Must have at least 4 students to run a workshop.
Mask Workshop: August 23, 12-4pm, Ages 13-19
With Steve Weller We all wear masks, we just don’t know it. In this workshop, students will learn about neutral and character masks. What is the difference and how do they make us act differently. Steve Weller will teach students about respect for masks, discovery of characters through mask and how to bring those characters to life. Monologue Workshop: August 9, 12-4pm, Ages 13-19With Crystal Weltzin Monologues are a whole play and performance within themselves. No other actors on stage to help or hinder you, monologues are all about the only performer onstage. How do you take the space and hold an audience’s attention. Going back to the basics, students will learn about presence, objectives basic acting skills and how to apply it into a monologue. Dancing for Beginners: August 16, 12-4pm, Ages 10-19With Ellie King and Crystal Weltzin Dancing for Beginners is a great workshop for anyone who have never danced before or who are nervous about dancing onstage. Learn basic musical theatre moves that are essential to dance, and maybe a little bit more. Ellie King, trained in dance and drama, will be teaching you how to confidently move your feet and body so dancing becomes a little easier with every step. Her trusty dance captain, Crystal Weltzin, will be there to assist and help anyone who needs just a little more one-on-one. Performance Design: July 12, 12-4pm, Ages 13-19With Crystal Weltzin What does it take to create a good show? It’s more than just acting. It’s a beautiful, well rounded design. This workshop will focus on concept and set design, specifically looking into realism, melodrama (Commedia dell’arte), and immersive theatre. At the end of this workshop, all students will try to create their own concept around a fairy tale, thinking about new ways to tell well known stories. Voice and Movement: July 19, 12-4pm, Ages 10+With Crystal Weltzin How do actors move differently for different characters? How do you change or use different parts of your voice for varying emotions on stage? In this workshop, we will explore how to warm up our voice and body professionally, as well as how to use our voice and body in new characters. By the end of this workshop, students should feel more confident in using their voice and have more ideas on how to move for different characters. Improv Workshop 2019With Crystal WeltzinJuly 26, 12-4pm, Ages 13-19
New date to be announced.
Do you ever feel like you freeze up in stressful situations, either at work or on stage? Have ideas but are nervous to share them? Improvisation is a great skill to have both onstage and off. Start learning to how to open your mind to new ideas, roll with the punches and bring your creative thoughts to the table. After this workshop, led by the incredible Michael Charrois, you should feel more open to give and take ideas and step into new situations.
This fundraiser is dedicated to mentoring the kids you’ll see on stage at the Massey in our upcoming pantomime, Snow White !
We are so lucky to have the one and only Simon King, an amazing stand-up comedian, with us for this event. He will have a guest with him, and together they will bring us an exceptional, hilarious, side-splitting evening of entertainment. Simon will also be on stage this holiday season at the Surrey Arts Centre and the Massey Theatre.
Simon has numerous national television appearances including Comedy Network, CBC, CTV, TBS, Comedy Central to name but a few, plus regular radio play on both terrestrial and satellite radio, and in person appearances at all the major North American Comedy Festivals. It is only a matter of time before this grass roots superstar becomes a household name.
His unmistakable style, commanding stage presence and lightning wit will win you over but the scope, meaning and sheer hilarity of his material will blow your mind. There is no question that Simon King is an absolute force of nature.
“Small Town Talk” are the grooviest kids in town. Lead by that crazy cat, Chris Thornley, they will be playing up a storm when Stuart Revill, Dave Gilbert and Simon Williams bring the beat to raise the heat…
We’re jazzed for this fundraiser for our Youth Mentorship Program, so make the scene for the groovy music, cash bar (RCTC members get a free drink with valid membership card) and 1950’s New York Jazz Club ambience. No smoke but lots’a gas! Maybe hit the jackpot with the 50/50 and bring home a smoooooth family pack of RCTC Season 2020/2021 theatre tickets from the free draw prize. So don’t be square; see you there! Like crazy man………
Tuesday, November 20, 6-9pm Dell Lanes, 10576 King George Boulevard, Surrey, BC [Location Map] Royal Canadian Theatre Company is hosting a Bowling Night at Dell Lanes in Surrey on November 20th. This fundraiser will help raise money for RCTC’s upcoming Pantomime, their March production and make improvements to the studio. Not only will you be helping raise money for a local theatre company, you will have pizza, wings and 3 hours of bowling! Includes:
One Large Three topping pizza and 1 pound of chicken wings per lane