Happy Holidays From All of Us at Gritty City Theatre Company

Happy Holidays from all of us at 
Gritty City Theatre Company!!
Thank you for making our 2023 spectacular!



We need your support as we plan for
our next Gritty City Steels Your Heart Fundraiser
in February 2024. Here’s how you can help:

 We are a local non-profit theatre once again looking for donations and financial support for our event to support our future theatre productions such as the Canadian Slavery Project, “Gritty City Films” and Corporate Improv and Film Industry Workshops!


DONATE HERE:

DONATION FORM, GRITTY CITY LINKTREE


Gritty City Theatre Company was born in 2019 in Hamilton’s North End. Our mission is to explore stories and all genres which address matters of class and race theatrically and cinematically.


Here’s what we accomplished this year:

WE MADE A MOVIE!!


Thanks To CCENA and AEON Studio Group we shot a teaser at their Bayfront Studios for the film, “Devil’s Night” written and directed
by Lucy Reddy
Production Mgrs
Amanda Hinkle-Wallace and Melissa Murray-Mutch


D.P – Arturo Jimenez, Sound – Ben Caunter, Asst. Camera -Michael J. Adolphe, Make-up Lola Medina,

Production Manager – Amanda Hinkle Wallace


 ON SET FOR “DEVILS NIGHT”


Actors: Charlotte Creaghan, Lesley Redden, Jevaughn Matthews, Jason Thompson, J.R. O’Handley


 December 14th
 Gritty City Theatre Company and Red Beti Theatre were a part of CCENA’s Longtable at McMaster University discussing initiatives to help make Hamilton’s theatre scene more inclusive!

WE HELD A FILM INDUSTRY WORKSHOP

“BE SET READY!”
WITH GO CREATIVE GREAT OAK
ENTERTAINMENT MGMT.
FEATURING JESSICA AND LINDA CARTER





WITH GO CREATIVE



Special Thanks to

Daniel Colman and Lorraine York
at

NOVEMBER

CORPORATE IMPROV WORKSHOP WITH THE CITY OF HAMILTON

DONATE HERE:

Gritty City Corporate Improv Training
with J.R. O’Handley, Jason Thompson Melissa Murray-Mutch
and Amanda Hinkle-Wallace
We are here for your H.R. Needs!

Gritty City Theatre’s Melissa, Amanda, Jason and JR led @cityofhamilton Inclusive Professionals (CHIP) in Stage to Success: Improv for Business Communication, Friday Nov 17 at @hamiltonlibrary. Thank you to the energetic and open participants! We are looking forward to our next workshop for City of Hamilton employees December 5. Interested in boosting communication and teamwork within your organization? Reach out!
JUNE

“The Canadian Slavery Project.”  

Our collective of writers are gathering colonial fugitive slave ads and creating monologues imagining the lives of the enslaved Canadians during the 18th Century.  The culminating event will be a theatrical performance in 2024/25.  

Amazing Theatre  Workshops and Film Productions thanks to:




FEBRARY
Gritty City Steels Your Heart Fundraiser


Special Thanks to 

The Spice Factory 
for their Beautiful Space

And Special, Special Thanks to:

Suitcase-in-Point and Tottering Biped Recommender Grants

                  

 

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