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Hello Theatre Friends!

At Theatre Collingwood we are feeling so humbled by the generosity of all who believe in us and support what we are doing. I don't have to tell you how tough a year it has been. Through it all, our donors have said "we appreciate Theatre Collingwood and we have your back!"

This week we simply want to extend to you a very heartfelt THANK YOU to everyone who has supported us through 2020 and to acknowledge YOU.

I promise you that we will be back presenting great live theatre for you when it is safe to do so. And in the meantime, perhaps you will join us for an ONLINE show?

Have a wonderful November!


Erica Angus, Executive Director
WHAT: Virtual performance of
The Missing Pages by & featuring Tom Allen (CBC Radio host, author and musician) with other great Canadian talent!

WHERE: Online
Once you purchase your ticket the link will be sent to you before the show and our staff will be available to help you with any questions you may have. View on your computer or Smart TV from the comfort of your home!

WHEN: Friday, Nov 13 at 7pm EST.
Don't worry, if you can't make the start time, you can watch the performance any time during our 36 hour time frame, beginning on Friday, Nov 13th at 7pm EST until Sunday, Nov 15th at 7am EST.

HOW: When it's showtime, simply click on the private link and enjoy with everyone in your household!

PRICE: $25+hst (per household)
Call the Box Office: 705-445-2200

In the fall of 2018, I attended my very first performance by Theatre Collingwood. It was a rockin’ theatrical show by the creative team of Chris McHarge and Colin Stewart and I came away thinking, "what took me so long!" You see, I was very familiar with Theatre Collingwood from my career in live theatre elsewhere in Ontario and I was an avid weekender in town. However, I had not yet had the chance to see a show until we made Collingwood our permanent home. I was so energized by the performance, and proud of what Theatre Collingwood was presenting to the community, that I wanted to get involved behind-the-scenes.

Nearly two years later, and while in the midst of this pandemic, I am still enthusiastic about Theatre Collingwood and the exciting projects our team is working on to help heal and inspire our community. In my role as Business Development Manager, I want to connect with every individual and business in the community that understands that arts organizations, such as ours, support the happiness and well-being of our residents. Mind, Body and Soul!

There are many Ways to Give!

Our Community Partner Recognition Program showcases our sponsors. Your sponsorship may include benefits such as advertising in our digital brochure, a press release announcing your support, logo placement on print marketing, extensive promotion on our social media platforms and e-newsletters, complimentary tickets to in-person and virtual events, and more!

We also have a tremendous group of individuals who personally value the arts and support Theatre Collingwood financially. In addition to regular donations, this year we have received almost $25,000 from people who turned their ticket purchases into donations!

Below you will see the many businesses and individuals who have generously supported us this year. For more information about supporting Theatre Collingwood and becoming a corporate or personal donor, please contact me today!


We gratefully acknowledge the charitable donations of our
members. These donors share our belief that arts and culture
play an integral role in sustaining a vibrant and healthy community.
The Director’s Circle
Friends of Theatre Collingwood
Every effort is made to ensure accuracy of this list. Please call the office if you find an error and accept our sincere apologies. Tax receiptable donations for 2020 may be made up to December 31st, 2020 and will be greatly appreciated. Theatre Collingwood is not-for-profit professional theatre company with charitable status. #88666 993 RR0001
These organizations make it possible for Theatre Collingwood
to present professional live theatre at a reasonable ticket price
and youth drama education by supporting our fundraising
events, through sponsorships, or grant programs.


If you are missing your Probus meetings, why not let us help you to set up a ZOOM Probus meeting? They can be really fun and a great way to stay in touch with your club members. I love to speak about all things theatre & Theatre Collingwood, and if your club would like to have me come speak to your group I am happy to arrive on ZOOM! Just email Erica HERE.
Thank you to everyone who SHARES this newsletter, and to those who send us your comments. We love to hear from you so please feel free to reply HERE. Thank you to our friend Scott Hurst who shared this wonderful video. Enjoy!