Welcome to Blue Canoe Theatrical Productions Inc...
Kingston's youth theatre company since 2006
NEW: Summer Theatre Program for Ages 8-14
Have you tried all the traditional summer theatre camps in Kingston, Ontario? Tried of the same camp summer after summer? Join us this summer for a new intensive, focusing on skills that will help young people audition for shows in Kingston moving into their teens!
We are so proud to announce that Blue Canoe Productions will be running a Musical Theatre Intensive program for three weeks this summer for those from the ages of 8-14. This new program is designed as a training ground for youth who are just under our age range who have hopes to perform with Blue Canoe and other theatre groups in Kingston. This program runs from August 8-25, all the information is now available including registration, discount program and more!
This program is in the style of a Summer Day Camp, with hours through the weekdays and a final performance to end the three week session.
CLICK HERE to learn more!
Coming up Next:
Wednesday August 2- 7:30pm
Thursday August 3- 7:30pm
Friday August 4- 7:30pm
Saturday August 5- 2:00pm
Saturday August 5- 7:30pm
Wednesday August 9- 7:30pm
Thursday August 10- 7:30pm
Friday August 11- 7:30pm
Saturday August 12- 2:00pm
Saturday August 12- 7:30pm
General Admission - $20
Youth (under 30) - $15
Children (under 12) - $10
Tickets are available at 613-530-2050 or online at www.kingstongrand.ca, tickets can also be purchased at the door when available.
About Blue Canoe:
Blue Canoe is a youth run theatre company and a non-profit organization. The company was founded on December 13, 2006 by a group of High School Students from Regi, a High School in Kingston. It was incorporated in November 2011 as a non-profit organization in Ontario. The goal of Blue Canoe is to create opportunities for youth in Kingston, Ontario who are between the ages of 13-30 to explore their interest in theatre and the arts. Every production has youth in each of the roles on a production, which helps young people to explore the arts by participating on stage, off stage, in design, production, direction, producing and event planning.
Recently Blue Canoe has expanded to offering opportunities in other areas in the arts with programs such as the Viva Voce, a partnership with the Kingston Frontenac Public Library, a storytelling coffeehouse for youth to tell their stories in a variety of ways. A cabaret evening called Songs & Spirits which features music themed together for a night at Blu Martini. And now the Juvenis Festival, Kingston's first youth arts festival. Be sure to explore our website for more information on all of these events!