Call For Young Actors At Point Saint Charles Community Theatre

Calling all young actors !
Please forward this information to any young people that would like to act !
The PSC Community Theatre is pleased to announce that our Youth Theatre program called “Acting Out” will be starting our new 2012-2013 season in September.
The objectives of the program include giving young people, who would like to act, the knowledge and experience of a professional acting coach; the opportunity to act on stage in a play; to offer these young actors a level of self-confidence; the chance to meet new friends etc.
Thanks to generous donations made to the main PSC Community Adult Theatre – we are able to offer these programs FREE for any young actors from the Point – or from anywhere around Montreal
There are two programs – a junior group, and a senior group.  
We are offering open classes for young people who might be interested on the following dates..
Saturday, September 8th 2012                                                                       
On September 15th 2012.
The Junior group (usually attending Elementary School – age 5 to 11) class will be held between 10am to 12pm.
The Senior group (usually attending High school – age 12 to 17) class                  will be held from 12:15pm to 2pm.
All classes take place at:
The Point St. Charles YMCA at 255 Ash St. in the Point
You can pre-register to attend our open class by visiting our main site at WWW.PSCCOMMUNITY.COM                                                                                              and clicking on “Registration” or a young actor can register at the open class…
For more information, you can e-mail to
Or contact:
Bridget at 514 678 2226 – (Email:
Thank You

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