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St. John's Anglican Church York Mills, 19 Don Ridge Dr., North York M2P 1H3
Commonwealth Avenue Baptist Church, 83 Commonwealth Ave., Toronto M1K 4K4
Melville Presbyterian Church, 70 Old Kingston Rd., Scarborough M1E 3J5
Mount Pleasant Road Baptist Church, 527 Mt. Pleasant Rd., Toronto M4S 2M4
Richview United Church, 149 Wellesworth Dr., Etobicoke M9C 4R8
St. Clement's Church, 70 St. Clements Ave., Toronto M4R 1H2
St. Columba and All Hallows Church, 2723 St Clair Ave. E., East York M4B 1M8
St. Matthew's Islington Anglican Church, 3962 Bloor St. W., Etobicoke M9B 1M3
St. John's Norway Anglican Church, 470 Woodbine Ave., Toronto M4E 2H6
Westminster Presbyterian Church, 841 Birchmount Rd., Scarborough M1K 1R8
Ancaster Christian Reformed Church, 70 Garner Rd. E., Ancaster
Arnott Charlton Public School, 140 Winterfold Dr., Brampton L6V 3V8
Augsburg Lutheran Church, 224 Mill St. S., Brampton L6Y 1T8
Baythorn School, 201 Bay Thorn Dr., Thornhill
Christ Church, 81 Hillcroft St., Oshawa
Christ the King Lutheran Church, 1825 Manning Rd., Whitby L1N 3M4
Christian Baptist Church, 135 Main St. S., Newmarket
Cooksville Creek School, 5100 Salishan Circle, Mississauga
Cornerstone Community Church, 3020 Vanderbilt Rd., Mississauga
Elder's Mills School, 120 Napa Valley Ave., Woodbridge
Emmanuel United Church, 871 Upper Ottawa St., Hamilton L8T 3V4
Erindale Presbyterian Church, 1560 Dundas St. W., Mississauga L5C 1E5
Faith Baptist Church, 1415 Trafalgar Rd., Oakville
Grace Anglican Church, 317 Main St. E., Milton L9T 1P5
Heart Lake United Church, 85 Sandalwood Parkway E., Brampton L6Z 4S3
Knox Presbyterian Church, 116 Main St. S., Georgetown L7G 3E6
Middlebury School, 5482 Middlebury Dr., Mississauga
Richmond Hill United Church, 10201 Yonge St., Richmond Hill L4C 3B2
Montclair School, 1285 Montclair Dr., Oakville
Rosedale Heights School, 300 Rosedale Heights Dr., Thornhill
St. Andrew's United Church, 32 Main St. N., Markham L3P 1X5
St. Bride's Anglican Church, 1516 Clarkson Rd. N., Mississauga
St. John's Anglican Church, 2464 Dundas St., Burlington L7R 3X4
St. John's United Church, 262 Randall St., Oakville
St Luke's Anglican Church, 1382 Ontario St., Burlington
St. Luke's Anglican Church, 1513 Dixie Rd., Mississauga
St. Marguerite d'Youville School, 250 Michael Blvd., Whitby
St. Paul's United Church, 29 Park St. W., Hamilton L9H 1X3
St Thomas Aquinas School, 400 Pacific Ave., Oshawa
Streetsville United Church, 274 Queen St. S., Mississauga
Stuart Scott School, 247 Lorne Ave., Newmarket
Thornhill Presbyterian Church, 271 Centre St., Thornhill
Westminster United Church, 4094 Tomken Rd., Mississauga L4W 1J5
Cost: Paid Platform: Online and In-Person

COVID-19 Updates

Virtual Camps

If summer camps cannot take place in person for 2020, Great Big Theatre Company we will be making them available online using Zoom. The program will be as lively and energized as possible, allowing kids to interact with each other and incorporating physical activity and movement.

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About Great Big Theatre Company

GBTC offers acting, drama, and theatre arts programs and day camps for young people throughout the school year at more than 40 locations in Toronto and the GTA.

GBTC’s enthusiastic, caring staff create a warm, supportive environment where students feel at home and are ready to explore and discover.

After-School Theatre Programs

Through the fall, winter and spring, GBTC provides theatre and performing arts classes for ages 6–8 and 9–13. These programs include plays, mime, improvisation, theatre games, musical theatre, work with simple sets and costumes, and a concluding public performance. In selected programs, kids can explore specializations such as storytelling, mask-making, rap, comedy, stage combat, and video.
The ongoing program of classes provides an excellent, graduated approach to developing skills and confidence in young actors and performers. Young students (ages 6–8) work with voice, movement, simple songs and choreography, traditional stories, legends and folktales, and costume elements, to develop basic drama and self-presentation skills. Intermediate-level students (ages 9–13) continue their development through scripted and unscripted work, playwriting, improv, blocking, the elements of stage presentation, character development, and the basics of musical theatre.

Performing Arts Camps

Full-day camp programs, offered during July and August and also during March break, include outdoor activities, games and sports in addition to theatre and performing activities.

In-School Theatre Workshops

GBTC also offers workshops for schools, daycares, and community groups.  These are aimed at developing a joy for and appreciation of drama as well as inspiring, exciting, and empowering students, while also leading them to use the basic skills they acquire in producing and performing their own plays.
Students are introduced to theatre games and exercises, stage direction, tableaux, blocking, building dramatic scenes, role-playing, storytelling, narrative, and more.


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