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 From Diane Coté – mom of theatre kids- “Theatre isn’t just about acting  There’s so much more that you can learn, life skills like time management, collaboration, presentation, and confidence.  It’s wonderful for young and old.”

From Suzy Royle – parent – ” It was wonderful just seeing my son so deeply involved in the process of developing the character he was playing, and seeing his confidence grow.  Theatre taught him to be at ease in front of a large audience and to roll with the punches, because sometimes things don’t always go as planned.  That is a good life lesson.”

From Jane Stott- Artistic Director STP – In theatre you can pretend, imagine, be someone else.  In your life you might be shy but, in a play, you might be cast in the role of a bully.  You can learn a lot by playing a character who is very different from you.”

From 10 yr. old Oliver Russell – played Tiny Tim in Scrooge the Musical –  “It was really ‘enjoyable’ and fun, knowing that I was part of a production and learning how it comes together, all the parts that make up a play.  I loved being in the cast and talking to all the people.  I want to do another play.”

From Marilyn Nicholas-Dahan – Youth Co-ordinator for STP – “The theatre is a magical place to be, and young folks should get to experience that.  Whether they are in the audience, on the stage or part of the production crew, they’ll be part of a true collaboration of many creative people who are passionate about what they are doing and that is quite infectious.”