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Lindsay’s Nate Copeland on the struggle to become his true self

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Nate Copeland is an amateur actor, parent, early childhood educator, member of Cambridge United Church, and a sci-fi fanatic. He’s also a transgender man.

“When I started at the theatre I wasn’t out as transgender,” he told Denis Grignon on a recent episode of The Advocate Podcast. “The theatre family are the people who backed me. It was a safe place to explore my identity.”

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Outdoor professional theatre: Fenelon ampitheatre aims to be big tourism draw

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The Grove Theatre — a new outdoor amphitheatre in Fenelon Falls – will be home to an all-new summer festival of live performances.

Created under the auspices of the Kawartha Works Community Co-operative (KWCC), with construction funding from the Ontario Trillium Foundation and additional support from members of the local community, The Grove Theatre has been conceived to engage and inspire both visitors and local residents, according to a press release.

“The annual festival will bring new vitality not only to Fenelon Falls itself but to the whole region of Kawartha Lakes,” the release states.

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Globus fundraising campaign looks to raise $200,000 with help of foundation

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Lakeview Arts Barn, home of Globus Theatre.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Globus Theatre was forced to cancel their 17th season of professional summer theatre. With 60 per cent of their annual $500,000 budget being derived from ticket sales it has meant a huge financial loss to the company and left this Ontario Summer Theatre facing an uncertain future.

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Lessons from history: Academy Theatre needs its drama on stage, not at board table

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Lessons from history: Academy Theatre needs its drama on stage, not at board table

Way back in 1996 I was fortunate to win a first place national newspaper award through the Canadian Community of Newspapers Association (CCNA). The only reason I bring this minor tidbit of nostalgia up is because of what the award was for.

As arts reporter for Lindsay This Week at the time, I wrote a series of articles about Kawartha Summer Theatre’s board woes the year previous, back in the waning days of the Academy’s summer stock theatre.

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Globus Theatre offers great dining, top-notch plays

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On a winding country road just outside of Bobcaygeon, the Globus Theatre and Lakeview Arts Barn offers a quality theatre experience for tourists and locals alike.

The Globus offers an intimate theatre-going experience. With just 150 seats, it is the “perfect venue and perfect space, designed specifically for us,” says Sarah Quick, who runs the theatre.

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