NEWS & EVENTS
SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS
Well the start of Snow White rehearsals is fast approaching and we are looking forward to getting started. I thought I would just put out a reminder about some key dates which are follows:
Sunday 2 Sept 2.30 to 5.30 Read through of script plus your opportunity to ask any questions etc. We will provide a rehearsal schedule to everyone at the read through.
Monday 3 Sept 7pm Audition Workshop. As we did last year it is your chance to come along and go through Audition pieces and ask any questions get some ideas etc.
Sunday 9 September - AUDITIONS - Times too be confirmed but we expect they will be between 1 to 6 pm. WE will draw up a list of time slots and this will be available at the read through.
First Rehearsal Monday 10 September 7pm.
All the above are to be held at the Milton Rooms.
We want a really good turn out there are some excellent opportunities and we look forward to seeing a good mix of ages to work together to produce another excellent show you all will be proud of.
If anyone has any queries or can’t make the read through please get in touch with Mark (07729559934) so we may add your name to the cast list.
We will set up a dedicated Snow White FB page ASAP.
See you all on the 2nd of September come along and enjoy yourselves.
P.S. In the meantime if anyone has any questions then please give Mark Boler a call on 07729 559934
Mona had been a member of MNAOS since its inception, playing in the first panto of 1949, Dick Whittington. She had continued to take part in the shows and pantos, until illness limited her participation.
She continued to help backstage, however, and was present to enjoy the performance of Dick Whittington in 2014. It was wonderful to think of the unbroken link that Mona provided between the two pantos.
A collection at Mona’s funeral was put towards a rehearsal electric keyboard.
Jennie graduated from Sheffield and had taught music in York as well as being appointed to the MD of York Singing Teachers Association, directing and tutoring for York Festival Productions, including ‘The World Makers’ and ‘Noyes Flood’.
Two years in The Gambia followed, with Jennie developing drama and music at the British High Commission.
Jennie returned to Malton in 1979, combining teaching music at Malton School with voice and piano tuition at her home in Easthorpe. In this year, Jennie was invited to join MNAOS as Musical Director.
Joining forces with Angela Kirkham, she and Angela opened the Kirkham Henry Performing Arts Centre, and taught many members of the Operatic Society.
Jennie is credited with encouraging the society members to sing in harmony, and all members will remember her endless patience and fun at rehearsals.
John was a huge part of Malton and Norton Operatic Society (now MNMT). He joined the society in 1973, and took an active role in many of the shows which took place in the autumn of each year.
He was Wild Bill Hickock to his wife Jackie’s Calamity Jane, but his most memorable performance perhaps was as Tevye in Fiddler on the Roof. Later, John also directed this musical for the society.
He will be remembered by many members as ‘Mr Pantomime’, as he directed 24 of the annual pantomimes, giving Malton the reputation of having the best pantomime production in the area.
Despite developing Parkinson’s Disease, John retained his interest in the society, attending rehearsals and helping in the front of house at performances. It was on the first night of the 2017 panto that the sad news came that John had died. In John’s memory, his family provide a family ticket each year.
John was known locally for his charity work and his business as a bespoke tailor.
He did have his own dance band and he played drums for various youth groups.
John had been involved with Malton Pantomime for 38 years, teaming up with Andrew Nix on piano/organ.
John always seemed to be enjoying the pantomimes, and would use the drums to emphasise the comedy, which was greatly
Fred Bower Pantomime Trophy
This trophy is presented in Fred's memory, in recognition of contributions to pantomime, both on and off stage
2005/6 Ian Goring
2006/7 John Piercy
2007/8 Mark Poole
2008/9 Andrew Nix
2009/10 John Coates
20010/11 Paul Brett
2011/12 Anne Pegg
2012/13 Rory Queen
2013/14 Mark Boler
2014/15 Gill Boler
2015/16 Martin Parrott
2016/17 Margaret Lukey
2017/18 Jane Rimmer Boyes
2018/19 Mike Hammond
Ena Smith Trophy
An award created to honour the many years of hard work and devotion given to the society, by Ena Smith. The trophy is awarded annually to a young member of the society who has shown much dedication.
1987/88 Catherine Rodgers
1988/89 Kerry Headley
1989/90 Alice Capstick
1990/91 Polly Wragge
1991/92 Richard Stead
1992/93 Terri Davies
1993/94 Paul Macrae
1994/95 Andrew Foxton
1995/96 Stewart Bean
1996/97 Laura Grace
1997/98 Lee Coverdale
1998/99 Scott Garnham
1999/00 Philip Coverdale
2000/01 Felicity Hinde
2001/02 Andrew Shaw
2002/03 Laurie Scarth
2003/04 Sam Boler
2004/05 Lauren Thackray
2005/06 Will Harrison
2006/07 Will Gosnold
2008/09 Katherine Hammond
2009/10 Jolley Gosnold
2010/11 Bethany Fox
2011/12 Elizabeth Haigh
2012/13 Emily Boyes
2013/14 April Benson
2014/15 Ria Williams
2015/16 Beth Armstrong
2016/17 Ben Greenhough
2017/18 Charlie Armstrong
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