First RCTC Dinner Theatre “Eat Your Heart Out”

First RCTC Dinner Theatre “Eat Your Heart Out”

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.

Show and Ticket Details!

RCTC Bottle Drive 2022

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 ANY Return-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…

Club Improv 2022

Club Improv 2022

We are happy to invite for the
REMOUNT of our

Improv Club

Join us for the fun…

For Ages 6 - 18 great and exiting!

We are excited to announce the return of our Playworkers Workshop and Improv Club.

If you have the City’s Recreation Guide, you will find our programs on pages 51-56.

You can register online, over the phone (604-501-5100) or in person at any Surrey facility.

Registration opened on December 5th.


  • Playworkers – Children 6-12 | Tue 18 Jan – Tue 8 March | 3:30-4:30pm | $125.20
  • Playworkers – Youth 13-18 | Tue 18 Jan – Tue 8 March | 4:45-5:45pm | $125.20
  • Improv Club – Youth  13-18 | Tue 18 Jan – Tue 8 March | 6:00-7:00pm | $125.20

All programs will take place at the Clayton Community Centre
7155 187A Street, Surrey BC V4N 6L9.

 

Playworkers Workshop 2022

Playworkers Workshop 2022

We are happy to invite for the
REMOUNT of our

Playworkers Workshop

Join us for the fun…

For Ages 6 - 18 great and exiting!

We are excited to announce the return of our Playworkers Workshop and Improv Club.

If you have the City’s Recreation Guide, you will find our programs on pages 51-56.

You can register online, over the phone (604-501-5100) or in person at any Surrey facility.

Registration opened on December 5th.


  • Playworkers – Children 6-12 | Tue 18 Jan – Tue 8 March | 3:30-4:30pm | $125.20
  • Playworkers – Youth 13-18 | Tue 18 Jan – Tue 8 March | 4:45-5:45pm | $125.20
  • Improv Club – Youth  13-18 | Tue 18 Jan – Tue 8 March | 6:00-7:00pm | $125.20

All programs will take place at the Clayton Community Centre
7155 187A Street, Surrey BC V4N 6L9.

 

Auditions: Eat Your Heart Out – CLOSED

Synopsis:
Charlie is a young actor living and working in New York City, and while he works towards his big break he waits tables at various restaurants. The people populating these restaurants are all played by the other members of the cast.
Eat Your Heart Out
by Nick Hall
(presented as Dinner Theatre)
Directed by:Ellie King
Location(s):Sheraton Guildford,
Surrey, BC
Run:January 27-29, 2022
Rehearsals starting:month of January
The Studio
10660 City Parkway, Surrey
Callbacks:December
(Only those invited to call-backs will be contacted.)
Auditions:December 14th & 15th
evenings
by appointment only at
The Studio
10660 City Parkway, Surrey
Deadline:Please submit by
December 13th, 2021
Contact name:ellie@rctheatreco.com
Application:eMail your complete bio, headshots and video to our mailbox above on or before the deadline.
Payment:Non-union:
$100 per performance
rehearsals unpaid
NOTES:
No specific accents required, although encouraged if of professional level.
As per BC's public health guidelines as well as venue policy, we are only able to cast actors who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Actors will be required to provide proof of vaccination before commencing work.
*LOCAL SUBMISSIONS ONLY FOR THIS CASTING CALL*
Breakdown:
Sides:
List below...
Links below...
CharacterRole Ages
CHARLIEcharming, ambitiousmale identifying
20s to early 30s
BOYvarious roles including:
aspiring actor,
snobby young man,
hyper ad executive
male identifying
20s to early 30s
WOMANvarious roles including:
dissatisfied wife,
lonely widow and
crazy ad executive
female identifying
40s to early 50s

The Royal Canadian Theatre Company encourages submissions from diverse artists of all backgrounds regardless of race, sexual orientation or gender expression.

The Royal Canadian Theatre Company employs non-discrimination in all areas of casting, production staffing and management.

Click to download sides...

COVID-19 Precautions

The Royal Canadian Theatre Company will be following Provincial Health guidelines with the following approaches:

  1.  Practising Social Distancing:
    • All seating in the green room will be socially distanced.
    • There are physically distanced circles in the actual audition room for you to keep your distance for yourself or if auditioning with a partner.
  2. Using the Outdoors:
    • Because people will be congregated in our green room, we will be opening our garage door to give more space and fresh air to all applicants.
  3.  Masks and hand sanitizer:
    • We do recommend everyone coming to the audition wears a mask in the green room as that will be the busiest area.
    • We have both hand sanitizer and an area to wash your hands whenever needed.
  4. VACCINATIONS:
    • As per public health guidelines as well as venue policy, we are only able to cast actors who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
    • Actors will be required to provide proof of vaccination before commencing work.

Alice Storybook

Alice Storybook

We are happy to present the Relaxed storybook of our Panto

Alice in Wonderland

View it here or download…

Alice in Wonderland tickets on sale - - GET yours!

We are excited to announce our 2021-22 season launch with the sale of tickets at
Surrey Arts Centre and Massey Theatre now live!

Miranda Croft

Miranda Croft

Miranda is so excited to be back on the RCTC stage this holiday season. No stranger to performing, Miranda grew up taking dance and theatre classes from a young age. She continues her dance training, mainly tap, through local dance companies in the lower mainland. Her past credits include Starlight Radio Theatre Show (Fraser Valley Stage) Romeo and Juliet (Bard in the Valley) Snow White the Panto (RCTC) The Wizard of Oz (Imagine That! Productions). Miranda wishes everyone a wonderful holiday season and hopes to see you back next year.

Roles at RCTC

Stefani Delišimunović

Stefani Delišimunović

Stef is so happy to be back working with The Royal Canadian Theatre Company. She started her musical theatre journey with them in 2008 and is so honoured to be joining them in Alice in Wonderland! Stef is a 2019 graduate of the triple threat program at Randolph College for the Performing Arts in Toronto. Her favourite credits include, Ensemble (Spamalot- WRPC) Donna/Oolie (City of Angels-RCPA), Astrid (Once Upon a Fairytale-Capricorn Prod.) Hope (Urinetown-Lindbjerg). Stef would like to thank her friends and family for all the endless love and support! CHEERS!

Roles at RCTC

Jacqueline Bruce

Jacqueline Bruce

Jacqueline is so excited that theatre is back on and she can reprise her role as Principal Boy, this year as Prince Argent. Jacqueline has been performing in pantomimes with Royal Canadian Theatre Company for well over a decade, and going to see Ellie’s pantos for over two! You may have seen her in recent roles such as Prince Roland (Snow White), Sinbad (Sinbad, the Pirate, and the Dinosaur), and Puss (Puss in Boots). She’s thrilled to be back on the stage and she hopes you enjoy being back in the audience!

Roles at RCTC

Stephen Elcheshen

Stephen Elcheshen

Stephen is a Hydrostatic Recertification Technician by day and theatre geek by night. As one of the founding producers of Shadows And Dreams Theatre Co, he can be found in the bandshell at Queen’s Park every summer in better times showing off his Shakespeare. Recent roles include Rev. Teller in Cariboo Magi (Far From The Tree) and Arthur, Sir Bors, and half the other characters in Spamalot (White Rock). When not on stage, he is often called upon as a Fight Choreographer, recently having worked on Spider’s Web (RCTC), A Wrinkle In Time (Gallery 7), and We Are The Body (Pacific Theatre). As always, he’d like to thank his family for their love and support.

Roles at RCTC