NOW PLAYING AT SCARBOROUGH VILLAGE THEATRE
Show Dates and Times
December 1, 2, 7, 8, 9, 14 and 15, 2023 at 8pm
December 3, 10 and 16, 2023 at 2pm
Click here to get your tickets!
SUPPORTING THE IMPORTANT WORK OF FEED SCARBOROUGH
Throughout the run of Scarborough Players production of A Christmas Carol and SMT’s Christmas Cabaret, we will be collecting donations for Feed Scarborough. Your donations will support 6 food banks in Scarborough which anticipate serving over 30,000 people.
When you come to see the shows, please bring your donations for Feed Scarborough!
From Feed Scarborough
5.8 million Canadians don’t get enough healthy food, including 1.4 million children.
On average Feed Scarborough registers 1,244 new clients each month!
When money is tight, food is the first thing people negotiate with. We can’t control our rent or utilities, but we can choose to eat less or eat less nutritious foods to help save money. Based on reported incomes and expenses, food bank users have a median of $8.01 left per person per day after rent and utilities were paid; for racialized individuals, it was $7.75, and for recent immigrants to Canada within the past year, it was $3.81. Scarborough is made up of 64% immigrants.
Food Banks were meant to be a band-aid solution to an issue in the 80s. Now there are 61,000 non-profit organizations in Canada that provide food to people at low or no cost. These charities outnumber grocery stores 4 to 1.
Items in Demand
– Canned fruits and vegetables
– Nut Butters
– Mac and Cheese
– Canned meats
– Coffee & Tea
– Rice, lentils, chickpeas, beans
– Canned soup/cup of noodles
– Cooking oil
– Long-Lasting Juice
– Granola Bars
– Hygiene Products
– Pet Food
Items we do not accept
– Meat products
– Homemade meals
– Open Items
– Items that need to be refrigerated
FREE DANCE WORKSHOP
Scarborough Players Offers a Free Workshop
Celebrating Community in our 41st Year in the Scarborough Village Theatre
Be A Guest at Fezziwig’s Party -Learn Regency Dance!
Saturday, December 9 from 1:30 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Scarborough Village Theatre
One of the most joyous moments in the redemption of Ebenezer Scrooge is the return to his past at Fezziwig’s Christmas Party. Join Scarborough Players member, Alma Sinan as she guides you through the etiquette of the Regency period and teaches you to dance. Alma has researched, taught and performed dances with the York Regency Dancers based out of Toronto’s Fort York. She has also performed regularly with Karen Millyard’s Jane Austen Dancers. For those who love the spirit of Bridgerton, Pride and Prejudice and Dicken’s iconic Fezziwigs, this workshop will help you get in the festive mood as we take a turn around the dance floor. We look forward to seeing you!
Those in attendance will also receive a backstage tour.
Click here to Register for this Free Workshop.
Limit 20 participants
COMING SOON TO SCARBOROUGH VILLAGE THEATRE
About the Show
If you would like to help out with any aspect of our productions you could volunteer to build sets, make props, sew costumes, design lighting or soundscapes. Join the production team to help with stage management or running crew. There are also a lot of opportunities on our Front of House team including ushering, box office, theatre refreshments, 50/50 table.
We are able to provide volunteer hours for high school students.
If you are interested in assisting with theatre refreshments, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
For any other positions of interest, contact email@example.com for more information!
Perhaps you prefer to be onstage or to direct, music direct or choreograph.
You can find all our exciting opportunities here!