The Muskoka Theatre Project presents “My Muskoka 150”, a chance to participate in a historical multi-media Canada sesquicentennial project. Part one takes place at 11:00 AM, Saturday, May 27, 2017 at the Gravenhurst Opera House, when three hundred people are invited to sing and record an original song, “My Muskoka”, written by award-winning playwright Vince Grittani. After registering online, participants will receive the music score in advance to learn. Then on May 27 everyone will gather to record the song, arranged in four-part harmony.
If you grew up in Muskoka, have a cottage, are a regular visitor or just love Muskoka you are invited. Sports teams, dance, seniors and hobby clubs are invited. Co-workers, schoolmates, government and public are invited. Church choirs, school choirs, individuals, and bands are invited. If you can sing a tune, hum a tune, carry a tune or even think you are in tune, you are invited. And it’s free!
Part two is from May 27 to Aug 27, anyone is asked to “Give Us 30 Seconds Of Your Time”, to upload visuals, videos, and stills, of their own “My Muskoka” moment. Those selected will be edited into the final “My Muskoka” video which will premiere at the fourth annual Muskoka Independent Film Festival, October 27 and 28 in Gravenhurst.
Space is limited. To register or for more information visit www.MyMuskoka150.com .