GMSM's Final Week
Sherlock Holmes and the German of Bonne Bay
Monday, August 20, 8pm at the Corner Brook Arts and Culture Centre
With audiences growing in number each week, this original Sherlock Holmes mystery written for GMSM is set in Woody Point, NL and performed like a live radio play with on-stage sound effects and original music by Louis McDonald.
Daniel Payne: Wind in the Window
Tuesday, August 21, 8pm at the Corner Brook Arts and Culture Centre
Newfoundland treasure, Daniel Payne, gives traditional music a new twist, incorporating video, audio looping, and storytelling in this multi-instrumental multimedia performance.
The Best of Andrew Lloyd Webber
Wednesday, August 22, 8pm at the Corner Brook Arts and Culture Centre
Local favourites Jim Parsons, Wendy Woodland, Yvette Coleman and Matthew Payne have been performing this show to packed houses for the last four weeks. Backed by the 8-piece GMSM ensemble they sing the hits from Phantom of the Opera, Evita, Jesus Christ Superstar and more. Arguably the best of GMSM's musical theatre shows to date, this is a can't miss performance.
Thursday, August 23 and Sunday Augst 26, 8pm at the Corner Brook Arts and Culture Centre; Friday, August 24, 2pm at the Woody Point Heritage Theatre
Adapted by our director-in-residence, Rachel Peake, from the play by Amiel Gladstone and an origianal score by Jason Nett, Trolley Car is the climax of the GMSM 2012 season. The work is centred around a love triangle tangled amonst the complications of a Nazi-occupied Paris. It exemplifies the strengths of the GMSM ensemble and the type of work that the festival is becoming renound for.
Friday, August 24, 8pm, Margaret Bowater Park
Since it was rained out last week, The Rowdyman will w
Listen Move Make, Kids Art Project and Opening Reception
Sunday August 26, 11am Kids Art Project, 12pm Recpetion at the Grenfell Campus Art Gallery
In partnership with the Grenfell Campus Gallery and The City of Corner Brook this is the final week for young people to participate in this interdisciplinary activity where the secret ending to our story Attka is revealed. Following this week's art activity the Grenfell Campus Gallery will host an opening reception open to the public to highlight the artworks that the participants have created for the past two weeks, featuring music by members of the GMSM ensemble.
Tickets available through the Arts and Culture Centre Box Office