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Sudbury Theatre Centre

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Inco Club 1972.

Venue/company in Sudbury, Ontario, founded in 1973 by a group of citizens promoting theatre for the town.

Among the early productions, some amateur, were Neil Simon's Come Blow Your Horn, and Brecht/Weill's Three-Penny Opera. Inco subsequently provided a venue in a hall which seated 245, and an artistic director, Tony Lloyd, was named. The new Sudbury Theatre Centre opened in September, 1982, with a production of Lionel Bart's Oliver!

Artistic directors include: Mark Schoenberg, Gordon McCall, Jim Guedo (1997-2000), George Pothitos (2000-08), and David Savoy (2008-14). The current A.D. is Caleb Marshall.

Some Canadian artists who have worked at the Centre are Philip Pretten, John Devorski and Elsa Bolam.

Among the works produced in the last ten years are Louis Nowra's Cosi, David Hare's Skylight, Shakespeare's Hamlet, A.R. Gurney's Sylvia, Stuart Ross's Forever Plaid, Eugene Stickland's A Guide to Mourning and George F. Walker's Criminal Genius.

Website: www.sudburytheatre.ca

Last updated 2015-12-19