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Theatre Project


 This year Scott Collegiate' s Theatre Project is proud to present a modern retelling of W.W. Jacob's classic spooky tale, The Monkey's Paw. The matinee performance will be staged on Friday, December 13th at 1:30 pm(school matinee) and 6:30. Admission is free! Coffee and snacks will be provided at the evening performance. For more information, or if you have any questions, please contact Barb Crossan-Parker or Marin Shiplack at 306-523-3500.


The Monkey's Paw is a play that embodies the age-old lesson, "be careful what you wish for." It is the story of a family who receives a magic monkey's paw that will grant them 3 wishes. However, there is a warning attached to these wishes: each wish, though it is granted, will bring grave misfortune. The play opens on a dark and snowy night at the Scott family house when an old family friend comes to visit with haunting tales of terror. 


Come out and watch The Scott Collegiate Theatre Project perform for a Friday the 13th spectacle!  





Theatre Project is a combination class of English Language Arts, Drama, and Theatre Arts. The Theatre Project runs every afternoon in the first semester. Students from grades 10 and 11 explore theatre through literature, dramatic expression and hands-on creative work. In this project students work to stage a full-length play. Students audition for roles, rehearse scenes, perform in front of an audience, construct sets, complete backstage duties, run a light and sound board, and publicize their show. Students look forward to showing their learning and celebrating their success with multiple performances of their final production for their peers, other schools, and the community.


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