The fifth annual fund raising Ceilidh supporting FVGSS, A Musical Theatre Company. Held at the Rose Room at Valleyview in Surrey, on March 10, 2018, the evening will feature a live band comprised of long-time Society favourites including Adrian Duncan, “Dangerous” Mary Brunner, Tim Tucker, Adam “Boomer” LaRusic, Mike Balser and several surprise guests.
This is a licensed events with beer, cider and coolers for sale as well as a variety of pop and snacks. Beer is being supplied by Good Company Brewing , a fabulous micro brewery near Gastown. There will even be a jive dance competition with the talented dance team of Jaune and Lay providing lessons.
Some magic moments from our appearances and performances at the Community Theatre Awards!
The CTC winners from 2011/12. Reginald Pillay (Best Production – Musical, “Beauty and the Beast”), Carol Seitz (Best Choreographer, “Beauty and the Beast”), Dann Wilhelm (accepting the awards for Christy Zaporozan – Best Costumes, “The Mikado”, Mike Balser & Omanie Elias – Best Set Design, “Beauty and the Beast”, and Tim Tucker – Best Music Director, “Beauty and the Beast”), Adam Olgui (Best Supporting Actor in a Musical, “The Mikado”) and long-time member/trophy presenter, Elizabeth Lay.
Chelsea Rose Tucker and Joni Hayden-Summerton perform a song from “Phantom of the Panto” at the 2013 CTC Awards Gala.
Kate Naylor, Paula Cooper and Laura Luongo look stunning at the 2013 CTC Awards Gala.
Pour Oh Pour: The cast of “The Pirates of Penzance” perform at the 2015 Community Theatre Coalition Awards show.
James Walker as “Samuel” and the cast of “The Pirates of Penzance” perform at the 2015 Community Theatre Coalition Awards show.
The cast of “The Pirates of Penzance” perform at the 2015 Community Theatre Coalition Awards show.
Jennifer Tiles as “Teazel” performs her popular (and hilarious) lullaby from “Santa Claus The Panto” at the 2015 CTC Awards show, with accompaniment by Tim Tucker.
Past President Dann Wilhelm accepts the award for Best Choreographer on behalf of Carol Seitz who won for her work in “Santa Claus The Panto”.
The FVGSS made an appearance in the 68th Annual Torchlight Parade, part of the White Rock Sea Festival of 2017. August 6, at nearly 9 pm, the floats moved out as the sky began to darken. Of course, we had been there since 3:45, getting the scenery arranged, setting up the lighting and sound equipment and securing the giant clam so our mermaid and her assistant would be safe and visible the whole time. Adding some very fancy frosting to that cake was Lyn Verra Lay, long time FVGSS participant and 2017 BC Culture Days Ambassador for Surrey. The pictures below tell the story!
The FVGSS float promoting our 2017 Panto The Little Mermaid