The worlds of Oz and Wonderland will collide at Morden Collegiate.Dorothy In Wonderland will be presented by the Morden Collegiate Theatre Troupe May 10, 11 and 12.
They’ve done it again: the Sonatrice Singers have put together another stunning concert called “And The Song Goes On” filled with tunes across genres, from jazz, folk and pop to salsa. The choir, now in its forty- sixth season, held its spring concert April 26 and 27 at the Carman Collegiate Community Theatre and is directed by Brenda Doell.
The Morden Festival of the Arts capped off its season with the Hi-Lites Concert, held April 29 at the Morden Alliance Church. Attendees experienced the five of the six disciplines showcased at the festival including strings, sacred, piano, vocal and speech arts. Fifty-seven awards were presented.
Carman Collegiate student Faouzia Ouihya has won yet another international songwriting honour. The seventeen-year-old recently won first place in the teen category of the U.S.-based International Songwriting Competition (ISC) for her single “Knock On My Door.”
What better way to celebrate Music Month than to take advantage of local music spectacles, especially the kind that doesn’t cost a dime?
Get ready to connect with your inner child at Flatlands Theatre’s latest offering. The theatre company is putting on The Velveteen Rabbit at the beginning of May. The play is an adaptation of the novel by Margery Williams. The book follows the story of the Velveteen Rabbit, who longs to become real through the love of his owner.
This year’s Carman Fiddle Fest is set to start toes tapping on Sunday, April 29.
The Pembina Threshermens Museum will host a unique fundraiser by showcasing their old clothes. The Victorian Inspired Fashion Show & Tea takes place May 6 and will give participants a look into the past.
Another item on the Morden Festival of the Arts calendar is approaching with French & English Speech Arts taking place April 17-19 at the Morden Alliance Church. With sessions at 9 a.m., 1:15 p.m. and 7 p.m., there are 181 entries, up from 143 last year.
Prairie Spirit School Division and this year’s drama production go together like rama lama lama ka dinga da dinga dong. The division will be once again partnering with Candlewick Productions Inc. to bring the classic “Grease” (the school version) to The Manitou Opera House March 15-18.