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WELCOME TO PENNY & POUND!

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Welcome

We are thrilled to have you join our creative community, where education and self-love take center stage. 

 

Here at Penny & Pound Theatre Productions, we believe in the transformative power of the performing arts and its ability to inspire, heal, and empower individuals like you.

Our mission is simple but profound: to provide a safe and inclusive space where young talents can unleash their creativity, explore their emotions, and embrace their uniqueness. We are committed to fostering a supportive environment that encourages self-discovery, personal growth, and the celebration of individuality.

 

Welcome to a world where, together, we rewrite the script of the performing arts industry.

WHAT’S ON?

LITTLE WOMEN 
MARCH 28-30, 2024 at KW Little Theatre
(9 Princess St. East. Waterloo, Ontario)

 

Under the guidance of their beloved mother, the four young March sisters- free spirited Jo, motherly Meg, shy Beth, and spoiled baby Amy - struggle to keep their family going while Father is away fighting in the American Civil War. Through life's challenges, each of the March sisters learn the value of sisterhood and what it means to be a strong woman.
Louisa May Alcott’s timeless feminist tale of love and perseverance has been enjoyed by seven generations! 

THURSDAY, MARCH 28th at 8:00 PM 
FRIDAY, MARCH 29th at 2:00 PM (PAY-WHAT-YOU-CAN)
FRIDAY, MARCH 29th at 8:00 PM 
SATURDAY, MARCH 30th at 2:00
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SATURDAY, MARCH 30th at 8:00 PM

TICKETS: $35.00 

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ABOUT US

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OUR MISSION

Empowering young voices through the transformative power of storytelling, Penny & Pound Theatre Productions cultivates creativity, fosters inclusivity, and inspires authentic expression. With a commitment to excellence and community engagement, we strive to ignite passion for the arts, nurturing the next generation of performers, creatives, playwrights, and theater enthusiasts through learn-by-experiencing programming.

OUR VALUES

Our values are the cornerstone of Penny & Pound Theatre Productions, guiding our actions and shaping our culture:

  1. Creativity: We celebrate imagination and innovation, encouraging bold artistic expression and pushing boundaries.

  2. Inclusivity: We embrace diversity in all its forms, fostering a safe and welcoming environment where everyone's unique perspective is valued and respected.

  3. Collaboration: We believe in the power of teamwork, promoting cooperation, communication, and mutual support among our members.

  4. Excellence: We strive for the highest standards of performance, professionalism, and artistic integrity in everything we do.

  5. Growth: We are committed to personal and artistic development, providing opportunities for learning, feedback, and continuous improvement.

  6. Community: We engage with our community through outreach, education, and service, using the transformative power of theater to make a positive impact on the world around us.

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OUR BELIEFS1

At Penny & Pound Theatre Productions, we firmly believe in the power of storytelling to promote empathy, understanding, and social change. We stand proudly as allies and advocates for 2SLGBTQIA+ rights and racial justice, recognizing the importance of creating a safe and inclusive space where all identities are celebrated and respected. Through our productions, workshops, and community outreach initiatives, we strive to amplify marginalized voices, challenge stereotypes, and dismantle systems of oppression. We believe in the transformative potential of the arts to inspire dialogue, foster acceptance, and build a more equitable and compassionate society for generations to come.

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“Thanks to the opportunities this company has given me, I have been able to find my footing as a performer. Through their shows I have grown so much, not only as an artist, but as a person.”

Jeremy Vandenhelm, Student

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