GCTC's 2nd Annual Bowlathon!
GREAT CANADIAN THEATRE COMPANY
Join us Monday, May 7th from 7pm-9pm at the West Park Lanes at 1205 Wellington West for GCTC's second annual Bowlathon! All proceeds will go towards GCTC's operating costs, creating opportunities for local artists, and bringing professional theatre to Ottawa Audiences.
Teams are invited to bowl the night away and compete for HIGHEST SCORE, GOLFERS BEST SCORE, BEST GLOW IN THE DARK COSTUMES, BRAGGING RIGHTS and of course MOST FUNDS RAISED FOR THE GCTC. There will also be a Silent Auction because prizes are not only earned but—for the right price—can be bought.
Here are the ways to participate:
JOIN A TEAM - For a $15 registration fee you can come hang out, raise a glass, bowl your face off, AND participate in those aforementioned contests. Click "Find a Team or Person" to connect with your friends, or click "Individual Participant" and we'll make a team for you.
START A TEAM - For a $75 registration fee, you and 4 friends get the same perks as above, PLUS creative control over your team name and costumes. Click "Start a Team" to get the ball rolling.
SPONSOR A TEAM - Are you are a big supporter of the theatre but not big on bowling? For $250 donation, you can be a patron of the arts and the lanes, by sitting back and relaxing in the audience, er bowling lanes, while an assembled team competes for you! Tax receipts will be issued for $175.
For those who are STARTING a team, go ahead and register your team name, and invite your participants/team members. Once you are registered, you can use the CanadaHelps link to encourage friends and family to support the GCTC in their work in bringing thought-provoking theatre to Ottawa audiences.
INDIVIDUAL PARTICIPANTS and TEAM SPONSORScan click "Individual Participant" or drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will match you up with a great team!
Stay tuned for the list of prizes to be won.
GCTC is Ottawa’s largest professional, independent theatre. Under the leadership of Artistic Director Eric Coates and Managing Director Hugh Neilson, GCTC offers a wide range of artistic programming: 6 mainstage plays every year; a variety of theatre-for- young-audiences; artist workshops; and even the occasional pop-up restaurant with nationally renowned chefs.
In the 2016–17 season, GCTC announced a three-year strategic plan and commitment to diversity and accessibility on stage and off. The aim is to tell a broad range of Canadian stories to a broad range of Canadian audiences, in ways that are accessible to anyone.
GCTC’s legal name is Great Canadian Theatre Corporation and is a federally incorporated not-for-profit corporation set up to deliver programs for the benefit of the public good. GCTC is also a registered charity (#119235836RR0001) which allows the company to issue tax receipts for donations of $20+.