St. Mark’s Players

The St. Mark’s Players is an inter-generational theatre group that has performed musical theatre and drama since 2003.  The group serves its community by sharing their love of music, musicals and theatre with all who come to see them perform.

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Scrooge’s Tale, A Musical is a Christmas tradition that began in 2003.  The 2020 performance was cancelled, and the 2021 performance … also, cancelled. But we are excited to welcome back this favourite story, based on  “A Christmas Carol” by Charles Dickens, for December 2022 

Plans are underway and rehearsal schedules are being drawn up for September. Anyone interested in joining the St. Mark’s Musical Players and being a part of this year’s production should contact Bill Treadgold at treadgold@rogers.com or 905-449-4653

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 Past Productions by the St. Mark’s Players

2019:
Songs of the Season, a musical night of Christmas favorites from all genres and for all ages
I’ll Eat You Last: A Chat with Sue Mengers, by John Logan

2018:
The Best of Broadway, a selection of numbers from classic Broadway musicals
Shirley Valentine, by Willy Russell

2017:
Hello Dolly, music and lyrics by Jerry Herman
Me And Jezebel,  a comedy based on a true story of what happened when Bette Davis came for dinner and stayed

2016:
Bronte: A Solo Portrait of Charlotte Bronte, by William Luce
My Fair Lady, adapted from George Bernard Shaw’s play and Gabriel Pascal’s motion picture of Pygmalion; book and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner and Music by Frederick Loewe

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2015:
Scrooge’s Tale, A Musical, based on “A Christmas Carol” by Charles Dickens; book written by John Moses; music and lyrics by William Treadgold
You Caught Me Dancing, written by Bernard Sabath

2014:
Brigadoon, written by Alan J. Lerner and Frederick Loewe
Shakespeare’s Will, by Vern Thiessen

2013:
Fiddler on the Roof, book by Joseph Stein; music by Jerry Bock; lyrics by Sheldon Harnick

2012:
The First Miracle, written by Michael Khashmanian
Aunt Georgy, written by Cenarth Fox
Shafted, written  by Michael Khashmanian

2011:
The Sound of Music, by Rogers and Hammerstein
This Dress is Killing Me, written by Mike Khashmanian

2010:
Scrooge’s Tale, A Musical, based on “A Christmas Carol” by Charles Dickens; book written by John Moses; music and lyrics by William Treadgold
Where’s the Minister?, written by Michael Khashmanian.

2009:
The Piper, A Christmas Musical, an original take on the 14th century legend, made famous by the Victorian poet, Robert Browning; book by Michael Khashmanian; music by William Treadgold

2008:
The First Miracle, written by Michael Khashmanian

2007:
Scrooge’s Tale, A Musical, based on “A Christmas Carol” by Charles Dickens; book written by John Moses; music and lyrics by William Treadgold

2006:
Annie, written by Thomas Meehan

2003, 2004, and 2005:
Scrooge’s Tale, A Musical, based on “A Christmas Carol” by Charles Dickens; book written by John Moses; music and lyrics by William Treadgold