The Rural Root Theatre Company rehearses and performs at the Constance and Buckham’s Bay Community Centre (CBBCC) located at 262 Len Purcell Dr., in the Constance Bay region of Ottawa, Ontario. (directions)
You can purchase tickets online here or call the box office at (613) 618-9789.
For other inquiries, please contact the board:
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Would you like to work on future shows? There are lots of opportunities for learning new things and working with interesting people. Here is a brief description of the numerous jobs involved with putting on one of our shows. You can contact us via the form on the right.
For information about the Constance and Buckham’s Bay Community Association, please visit the CBBCA web site.
Directions to the Constance and Buckham’s Bay Community Centre are here.
In March 2005, a small group of enthusiastic theatre buffs met at the Kinburn Community Centre to discuss the possibility of starting a dramatic arts community theatre in West Carleton.
The group was convinced that the interest and energy were present in the community – the burning question was could it be tapped and, if so, where could productions be held? Both questions were answered in an amazingly short time span. The original core group quickly found a response in the community. Characters were auditioned and cast for three varying dramatic pieces were quickly approved. The initial core of dedicated drama buffs found themselves expanding.
As for a suitable venue, approaches were made to Ward 5 Councillor Eli El-Chantiry for use of the old council chamber in what is now the Kinburn Client Service Centre. Mr. Chantiry responded positively and enthusiastically to the idea and deserves much of the credit, along with the staff at the Client Service Centre, for easing the transformation of Council Chamber to Theatre. In October 2006, RRTC moved to our new facility at the Constance and Buckham’s Bay Community Centre. (directions)
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