Kingston Branch - An Afternoon with Queen's Musical Theatre
|Date:||January 14, 2012|
|Time:||2:00 PM - 4:00 PM|
|Location:|| Convocation Hall|
Theological Hall, Queen's University
CAN, K7L 1B2
For more information on the location please click here
|Details:|| About Queen's Musical Theatre (QMT) |
QMT is a student-run organization which stages one or two musical productions per year along with holding events such as cabaret nights and training sessions. In addition to striving for professionalism, we aim to provide an environment at Queen's conducive to positive learning for students within the framework of a working theatre company. QMT invites students from all faculties at Queen's to get involved.
The club was formed in 1969 when the Queen's Glee Club, which was established in 1883, made significant changes to its mandate. With the 1969 production of The Boyfriend, QMT started producing Broadway musicals but still dabbles in the more traditional Gilbert and Sullivan operettas. My, how far we've come.
The Mystery of Edwin Drood, is QMT's winter 2012 production!
Note: Parking is available (free on Saturdays) on main campus permit parking lots. The lot behind Miller Hall is a very short walk from Theological Hall.
|RSVP By:||Jan 12, 2012|
Sue Bates, Artsci'91
Kingston Alumni Branch
c/o Queen's University, Alumni Relations
Telephone: 613-533-2060 ext 79012
|Cancellation Policy:||If an alumnus/alumna or a guest is unable to attend this event, advise the Contact Centre at 613-533-2060 prior to the RSVP date and time in order to receive a refund.|