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New Faces introduces new talent from SLC program

The talented and dedicated ‘triple-threats’ of the St. Lawrence College Musical Theatre Performance program rehearse their dazzling final number from their upcoming production, ‘New Faces’, at the College on Monday evening. The show, now in its fifth year, is an annual musical review directed by celebrated local  musician/actor, Alex Fleuriau Chateau  and performed by the program’s first-year students, and features music from Broadway hits such as ‘Funny Girl’, ‘Mame’, ‘Cats’, ‘A Chorus Line’, ‘Annie’, and  ‘Guys and Dolls’.
“There is definitely something for everyone,” noted the show’s musical director, Chris Coyea, adding that unlike previous years, where more solo acts were prevalent, this year ‘s show will contain more ‘big musical theatre numbers interspersed with solo and small ensembles.’
“The show is about introducing our first-years to the community and getting the students acquainted with the local stage. Hopefully, people will continue to watch them grow and progress.”
Coyea continued that with 30 students in the program, ‘this years’ group is one of the largest they have ever had as well as one of the most promising.’
“We have a really strong group this year. And if they’re this strong now, I can’t wait to see what they’ll be like by their third year,” he marvelled.
Tickets are now sale at the Brockville Arts Centre by phone at (613) 342-7122 or online at

Friday March 4th, 2011 at 8:00 p.m.
$15.00 Adults + HST
$10.00 Students +HST

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