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Forum Theatre
An expert in interactive Forum Theatre, Sheatre accepts commissions for new work. Contact us at sheatre@sheatre.com to arrange a project with your group.


Be Our Ally
Homophobia hurts everyone. We can stop it.   Forum Theatre, music and photography confront stigma and discrimination in rural and small-town Ontario. For youth (grades 5 and up) and the general public.  Facilitators:  Joan Chandler, david sereda and Anna Gaby-Trotz

Next photo exhibition:  Join us at the GRAND OPENING of Lift Ground Print Studio/Gallery at 2-58 Dara Howell Way, Huntsville on Friday, June 13 at 7:00 p.m.  Visit the exhibit from June 9 - 28. The rear entrance is right across from River Mill Park.  Inquiries: 705-380-3360, liftgroundprint@gmail.com

Next theatre forum performance:  Owen Sound Library Theatre, Grey Bruce One World Festival, Friday, May 23 at 10:00 a.m.

Smile  Recipient of the Bluewater District School Board Award of Excellence in Education, May 2014.

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Far From the Heart
The girls and guys are concerned about image, popularity, and sexual conquest at The Big Party. Felicity finds herself first tormented by her controlling boyfriend, and then raped by the guy who seemed to want to help her. What can Felicity do?  Who will help her?

Far From The Heart is an award-winning dating violence prevention program engaging and educating teens to prevent dating violence and sexual assault and create safe relationships. A Forum Theatre presentation for students in grades 7 - 12, and an innovative interactive film at www.farfromtheheart.com.

Connect with Far From The Heart on twitter and facebook. Contact us to book a show or workshop.

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A Desperate Road to Freedom
Play-in-development. Choral workshops. Dance workshops.  Experience the birth of a new musical.  Joan Chandler and david sereda are the creative duo adapting the children's novel by Karleen Bradford (Scholastic Books publisher) for the stage.  This is the epic story of 11 year old Julia May Jackson and her famiy as they escape from slavery in the South, follow the Underground Railroad, and seek a life of freedom in Canada, finding barriers at every turn. 

We host workshops in St. Catharines, Toronto and Owen Sound to explore the music, choreography and text.  Work with Joan, david, choreographer Kevin Ormsby of Kashedance and theatre director Rhoma Spencer.  

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Miishoo Miinwaa Noki - You, Me, and Wrinkles

This audio drama series, Created with residents of Wikwemikong, Ontario, provokes conversations about elder abuse and older adults’ right to dignity and respect. Touching and humorous, these are authentic voices telling true stories that will have audiences saying I remember when….
This audio drama series, created with residents of Wikwemikong, Ontario, provokes conversations about elder abuse and older adults’ right to dignity and respect. Touching and humorous, these are authentic voices telling true stories that will have audiences saying "I remember when…"
Listen to a sample and learn more about taking action for the prevention of elder abuse.

 

Songs in the Key of Tom

Concert featuring singer/songwriter david sereda and his songs inspired by Canadian artist and icon, Tom Thomson.

Author Michael Ondaatje said: "david sereda sings like an angel and writes like a sinner."

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Artists in the Classroom
Brush

In this five day workshop, students explore the life, times and art of Tom Thomson with Joan Chandler and david sereda.  Grades 4 - 8. Contact us to book now.

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Meet Sheatre

Sheatre is a multiple award-winning community-based professional arts organization.

We believe in the power of theatre and the arts to change lives and help build a compassionate and healthy society.

We use collaborative community arts methods to create interdisciplinary and interactive work.

“nothing short of brilliant”    “incredibly powerful”    “necessary”

Sheatre's presentations include Forum Theatre, heritage plays, arts education, interactive film, workshops, musicals, and music events.


 

 

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