Have you ever wondered what it takes to put on a show at Centre In The Square? Which efforts do staff members need to partake in before, during, and after a show to ensure a safe, successful, and enjoyable live performance? In all actuality, it’s quite the production before the actual production!
In the lead up to Canada Day we’ve been celebrating some of the best Canadian talent to hit our stage in recent years. Today, we’re feeling nostalgic over Tom Cochrane’s Mad Mad World Tour with Red Rider at Centre In The Square back in March, 2017. The event featured Tom Cochrane reunited with his Red Rider bandmates Kenny Greer and Jeff Jones, and a full performance of Mad Mad World in its entirety, with additional fan favourites.
Pitter patter lets get at’er! In the lead up to Canada Day we’ve been celebrating some of the best Canadian talent to hit our stage in recent years. Today, we’re reminiscing over the sold-out show for Letterkenny Live back in March of 2018, starring Jared Keeso (Wayne), Nathan Dales (Daryl), K Trevor Wilson (Dan) and Mark Forward (Coach). The event featured original sketches performed by the Letterkenny favourites as well as original stand-up sets from Wilson and Mark Forward, and of course a bunch of Puppers! Who’s a good beer?!
In the lead up to Canada Day we’ll be celebrating some of the best Canadian artists who have played our theatre over the last couple of years. Bahamas has worked with a variety of musicians that includes The Lumineers, Feist, Howie Beck, Jason Collett, Jack Johnson, The Weather Station, and Zeus. Bahamas last played Centre In The Square on November 08, 2018.
Today is Friday the 13th, and this date has long been considered as the unluckiest day of the year. This is a time where superstitions get amped up to avoid the fate of things going terribly wrong. Yet, did you know theatres have their own types of superstitions? We’ve rounded up a list of 13 outlandish superstitions and sources of bad luck for theatres.
1) A Bad Dress Rehearsal Means The Show Will Be A Hit
The idea behind this superstition comes from an old wives’ tale, but the theory is that a bad dress rehearsal will result in a great opening night.