The Players (L to R): David Sauvé, Shannon Hardy, Bill Riley, Bob Hardy, Katie Ditschun, and Lesley Orr.
ANNOUNCING OUR NEXT SHOW
A Down Town Abbey Spring Special
featuring May Flowers and Naughty Goings On
The NAV CENTRE, 1950 Montreal Road, Cornwall, Ontario.
Saturday, May 14, 2016 - The evening beings with cocktail hour in the lounge at 5 o'clock p.m. Attendees will be able to pose for photographs with period costume items while enjoying live cocktail music featuring Katie Ditschun. The NAV CENTRE’s Executive Chef Luc McCabe, will prepare the delectable, English-style Down Town Abbey Dinner. Following the 6 o'clock meal, Participation's Music Hall Theatre Productions will top off the evening with a unique show that includes music, theatre, comedy, Glengarry's own "Down Town Abbey."
Sunday, May 15, 2016 - The performance begins at 2 o'clock in the afternoon. Attendees will be able to pose for photographs with period costume items prior to the show. The NAV CENTRE’s Executive Chef Luc McCabe, will prepare the delectable, English-style Down Town Abbey High Tea, to be served during Intermission. Participation's Music Hall Theatre Productions will top off the afternoon with a unique show that includes music, theatre, comedy, Glengarry's own "Down Town Abbey."
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Saturday, May 14
Sunday, May 15
PARTICIPATION'S MUSIC HALL THEATRE PRODUCTIONS
MAKES HISTORY WITH THEIR SOLD OUT 2015 CHRISTMAS SHOW!
Last November, Cornwall was a buzz with the sounds and images from the roaring 20s! Hugo Mobility, in association with La Plume Moderne and The NAV CENTRE proudly presented A Down Town Abbey Christmas Special in Cornwall, Ontario.
In a stellar performance to a full house, Participation transported the audience back to the 20s with their ragtime music. Everyone had a rip-roaring time!
During the show, Robert had a terrible time attempting to play his clarinet. It was oddly stuffed with a pink boa, and a dead mouse. Fortunately, he had the forethought to bring his other instrument. Thomas Fullerton, the footman, also experienced some misfortune by mispronouncing a name - the audience was delighted by his blunder.
Audience reactions to
A Down Town Abbey Christmas Special...
Debbie Burrows said it was "a really amazing night... or should I say, fantastic!"
"Participation is a fun show! Entertaining...as they pull their audience into participating in song and dance from the ragtime era!" ~ Jim Glover
Katalin Kennedy said “What a fun and entertaining troupe of skilled musicians accompanying the delicious,
mellow voice of gorgeous Katie. Loved every minute!”