Proudly Presents Their 69th Annual Musical Production
The Music Man
February - March 2014Interested in auditioning for the 2014 show?
Pre-registration in June 2013. Learn what to expect at auditions and prepare for a great experience!
Tickets On Sale in November
All Tickets are $20 and provide reserved seating
Gift Certificates Available!
"The Music Man" will be staged in the Lakeshore Catholic High School Auditorium,
Behind The Scenes
Our Community Partners
Boggio Family of Pharacies, Niagara Catholic District School Board, City Tavern; Vale lnco; Meridian Credit Union; Port Colborne Don & Lisa Gram; J. Oskam Fabricators; Snider Dock Services; Durward, Jones, Barkwell and Company; Canadian Tire (Pt. Colborne) Store; Dr. Garnet & Norma McDiarmid Fund; Canadian Tire Financial Services.
About Port Colborne Operatic Society
The oldest amateur theatre company in Niagara, Port Colborne Operatic Society has been presenting their annual musical production since 1945. Since it's humble beginnings on the stage at the old INCO (now Vale) hall, the society has called the 600 seat theatre at Lakeshore Catholic High School (formerly Lockview Park Secondary High School) home since it opened. The volunteer cast and crew devote countless hours to making the annual production an unforgettable experience for our audiences. Not just for fun, the Society is a serious supporter of charitable causes with all monies above production costs benefiting charities including the Port Colborne Festival of the Arts, Toronto Sick Kids Hospital, Santa’s Helpers, Arts scholarships for local High School students and more.
Teachers, students, custodians (especially) Aline LaRocque of Lakeshore Catholic High School; Dan DiLorenzo (Principal), Nancy Bodis, James Woods, Nancy Giles, Jennifer Parry (Library), Flowers Niagara, Larry Fontaine of Fontaine Movers, John Ballin, Ed Pittman, Sue Morris, Port Colborne Lions Club, Crews Quarters, Neptune’s Restaurant, Country Kitchen Restaurant, Fireside Restaurant, Joe Barkovich, Bill Outred, Steve Kuhn Garden City Productions, Port Colborne High School Arts Department, Jeff Ballin, Roselawn Box Office.
The Society has been offering an opportunity for local business and individuals to support the annual musical by supporting a performance. If you would like to get on the Society's support wagon by becoming a COMMUNITY PARTNER, JUST GET IN TOUCH! The Society is a registered charity 832443675R0001. You will receive a charitable receipt for tax purposes; two tickets to "your" night; a public acknowledgement in our programme and in our Lobby Showcase, and an audio announcement before opening curtain.
If you are interested please contact the society at 905-834-9877 or firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to Box 383, Port Colborne,Ontario, L3K 1B7
Major Community Partners:
The Ontario Trillium Foundation, an agency of the Government of Ontario, has provided a grant to the Society permitting us to make washroom renovations and provide a new roof on our facility at Bethel Harmony Hall, making the building a healthier, stable structure within our community. The Society is extremely grateful to the Foundation for their support.
For information, call: