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Your community theatre goes digital

Film festival on October 28 - 29 features Canadian film producer White Pines Pictures
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Sault Community Theatre Centre. Darren Taylor/SooToday

The Sault Community Theatre Centre has announced the addition of high quality video streaming to its venue along with some future performances.

The full news release follows: 

For over a year, after one of the hardest decisions of our organization, the curtain has remained down. We took that time to look at the world of theatre and what the future holds for music and performance. After developing our capabilities, we are proud to announce the addition of high quality video streaming to our venue.  

Our mission is always to be effective, inclusive, and cost efficient theatre for our local groups. While bringing more educational experiences to the cultural landscape of the Sault. This project will allow the amazing talent in the city to reach further in the community and the world. 

We are kicking off the project with a film festival, Oct. 28 - 29, featuring Canadian film producer White Pines Pictures. They have worked both with local talent and talent around the globe to create meaningful and relevant documentaries. It will be a wonderful return to live content. Featuring award winning films and insightful documentaries, we can’t wait to show you what we have planned. It will be a pay what you can (minimum $4 + appropriate fees) so that everyone will get a chance to see it. 

Another exciting event on the horizon for the theatre, Jay Case will be returning to Foundation with us. His first solo project in his expansive 20+ year musical career. His music is rich in regional folk music expression. It is both a deep journey within and reflection of the world around. Released in 2019, it is a pleasure for the ears and the show will be a welcomed return to live music. Jay Case and his band with their original music, will be waiting for you at the theatre this Nov. 6 at 8 p.m.   

General Admission: $20

Seniors 65+ : $18

Students:$15

Unable to attend the show physically? We have you covered with a livestream from the concert you can watch from the comfort of your own home on our new digital platform. 

Live Streaming Tickets: $10

*Applicable fees do apply, COVID restrictions in place, please contact the box office for more details. 

This project was funded and supported by The City of Sault Ste. Marie, Algoma District School Board, Long & McQuade, Case’s Music, Tidal Records, and White Pine Pictures. 

Streaming tickets available here.

Jay Case