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Hanover Community Players

Hanover Community Players is closing in on the launch of their 2014 Christmas musical treat, Everything’s Groovy, a tribute to the 1960’s, which opens Dec. 11th and runs through Dec. 14th at the Hanover Civic Theatre.
Important message to the community from from Marg Poste inviting everyone who has an interest in keeping amateur community theatre alive in this area to attend its Annual General Meeting Wed. November 19th.

Special announcement from the Hanover Community Players :

The cast of 21 young people through adult have been rehearsing since early September and have lots of singing and dancing, with a neat story line, for everyone to enjoy. You’ll come away humming the catchy tunes that remind you of the ‘Love Generation’ and ‘Flower Power’.

HCP is reverting back to their previous ticket prices with adults at $17.00 and children 12 and under at $6.00. $1.00 from each adult ticket sold will be donated to an area charity.

Under the artistic direction of Sam Los, stage manager Jaime Fleet, vocal coach Shannon Loder, rehearsal pianist Karen MacTavish and choreographers Taylor Magwood and Ronin Remers, the cast has been eager to learn and get ready to show an audience just how professional they can be. They look forward to your support.

Please plan to attend the HCP Annual General Meeting on Wed. Nov. 19th at the St. James Anglican Church Parish Hall, 7:00 p.m. Link to Marg Poste Announcement >> 
Visit us at: hanovercommunityplayers.ca

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“The Hanover Community Players were formed in 2006 and started producing their plays and musicals in the spring of 2007. They are now in preparation for their 16th show, Everything’s Groovy, a musical tribute to the 1960’s.
On Wed. Nov. 19th, at 7:00 p.m. at the St. James Anglican Church Parish Hall, HCP is holding its Annual General Meeting. They are inviting everyone who has an interest in keeping amateur community theatre alive in this area to attend.
A number of the members have been on the board since the group’s formation and, while they enjoy their volunteer tasks, they are in deep need of new volunteers to learn the ropes and help out.
With the decrease in the number of arts activities in the schools, it is vital that our community have a place for all ages to experience and learn in the cultural areas at a very reasonable cost.
Live theatre helps people improve their memory, gain confidence in front of others and learn to work as a team.
As a retired physical educator, I believe in the place of sports in our communities but I am also a strong proponent of the arts: theatre, music, and dance. An involvement in these activities goes a long way in giving people positive images of themselves and thus creates well-rounded individuals.
The Hanover Community Players is also in need of an audience! The cast, crew and production people work for months to bring quality shows to the Hanover Civic Theatre. It is very disappointing to everyone to have small (although very appreciative) audiences.
There is an old adage in theatre…..you need ‘bums in seats’ in order to survive. It is the gate receipts that must fund most of the cost of the shows. Please give your support to the people who work so hard to entertain you. HCP offers quality theatre at very affordable prices.
Helping HCP to continue offering this valuable resource is good for you and for the community. Tax receipts are available for donations too!
The box office phone is open for your ticket orders……519-506-6902. Please support your local area community theatre. “

Marg Poste,
Hanover, Ontario.
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