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Private Lives

This photograph shows Paula Barrett and Ken Whittaker in a scene from Noel Coward's, 'Private Lives,' which was being put on by the Road Show Theatre Company.

Forever Green Forest

This photograph shows a scene from 'Forever Green Forest' performed by the Theatre Max Group as part of the Cultural Olympic festivities.

Two Plays By Theatre Max Company

This photograph shows members of Theatre Max, a Guelph based drama group, which was set to put on two productions in the coming weeks. Members of the troupe are, from left: Mark Hurst, Nancy Hindmarsh, Susan McNeil, Brad Carson, Keith Machattie, Simon Sekulovich, Gord Gresko, Sid Bryun, Deb Turner, and Norah Hutchinson.

Aberfoyle School Play

This photograph shows Mark Spencer, Trevor Clarke, and Helen Harnack on stage in 'Never Spindle, Mutilate, or Fold', a musical being put on at Aberfoyle Public School.

A Scene From Mrs. Warren's Profession

This photograph shows Roberta Maxwell and Christopher Gaze posed in a scene from Bernard Shaw's 'Mrs. Warren's Profession.' The show was being performed at the Shaw Festival at Niagara-on-the-Lake.

Road Show's

This photograph shows Paula Barrett on a piano as she vamps Bob Hallman. Both members of the Guelph Road Show Theatre Company were performing in the production of 'Dames At Sea.'

Dames At Sea, A Backstage Musical, Previews Tonight

This photograph shows Marc Hayes (left), Chris Ball (right), Paula Barrett, Bob Hallam, and Donna McLellan of the Guelph Road Show Theatre Company as they prepare for their run of 'Dames At Sea' which was about to run for two weeks.

Sounds Of Silence At St. James School

This photograph shows Carolyn Fagan and Shirley Potter of St. James Junior high school taking part in the mime show, 'Sounds of Silence' that the school was putting on.

Charley's Aunt Ever New

This photograph shows Penny Steele, left, and James Bowden, in a scene from 'Charley's Aunt' which was being put on by Guelph CVI.

Charlie Brown's Christmas

This photograph shows the cast of St. George’s Players relaxing after a performance to raise money to buy Christmas gifts for needy families. Pictured here, from left, are Joyce Lamb, Margaret Elkerton, Bruce Lamb, Laurie Elkerton, Keith Halliwell, and John Elkerton.

Cactus Flower

This photograph shows David Blythe and Hedy Valeriote performing on stage in Guelph Little Theatre's production of 'Cactus Flower.'

Getting Ready

This photograph shows Paula Barrett and Gordon Sim, of the Road Show Theatre Company, displaying the sign that was to be displayed out front of their theatre.

The West Show

This photograph shows actors performing on stage in, 'The West Show' at the University of Guelph's War Memorial Hall.

Guelph CVI Play Opens Wednesday

This photograph shows Martin Geib with Kathy Barber (top) and Ana Adelstein as they rehearse a scene for the GCVI production of 'David and Lisa.'

Road Show Theatre Company Sets Permanent Base Here

This photograph shows Rex Buckle, Sven van de Ven, Patricia Rycroft, Peter Donaldson, Sandra MacDonald, Gordon Sim, Paula Barett, Douglas Lemcke, and Keith Perrin, of the Road Show Theatre Company who set their home base in Guelph.

Some Hotel!

This photograph shows Connie Haldor in, 'The West Show,' which was being presented at the University of Guelph's War Memorial Hall.

Phèdre To Be Presented Here

This photograph shows Jeanne David (foreground), Michael Hart and Anita Plessner in a scene from Phèdre which was staged at the University of Guelph's War Memorial Hall.

Small Circus Plays Big Part

The "worlds smallest circus" plays a big part in The Dandy Lion, a children's musical that is one of two Christmas offerings of The Road Show Theatre Company. Appearing in it will be Susan McNeil, Peter Donaldson, Paula MacDonald, Paula MacDonald, Gordon Sim, Ken Whittaker, Lindsay Bourne, and Sven van de Ven. The director is Rex Buckle.

Theatre Opened

This photograph shows Ald. Anne Godfrey representing the city at the official opening of the Road Show Theatre Company, Guelph's first professional resident theatre group.

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