WHAT WE DO
For forty years Four Seasons has provided high quality theatre entertainment for audiences of all ages. Come and experience musical theatre that will carry you into compelling stories told with song and dance. Our audiences may laugh, cry, or learn something new, but always walk away enriched by their experience.
We provide a place for people of all ages and walks of life to volunteer in any aspect of the theatre. Volunteering offers you the opportunity to be part of our community. Young and old work, play and contribute together.
Four Seasons also offers classes for children and teens to learn the basics of acting, singing and dancing for musical theatre. Taking our classes allows actors to have more confidence on stage, and make the most of their performing arts experience. Adult classes are also available for music directing, song writing, and stage makeup.
To provide family fun in an environment that encourages and nourishes new or young talent in Langford, Colwood, Metchosin, View Royal and the rest of Greater Victoria.
We envision a world where love of the performing arts is commonplace, accessible, and celebrated. We Value people, diversity, quality community, and awakening talent and wonder.
To educate persons and the public in the arts through the production of quality, community-based theatre. We strive to showcase and provide an opportunity for community involvement, with an emphasis on promoting recreational family participation in the theatre.
Board of Directors
President: Kathy Middleton
Vice President: Kelly Vanderswan
Treasurer: Bert Davis
Secretary: Frank Copley
Director at Large: Nikole Crooks
Director at Large: Mary Alice Jenkins
Director at Large: Chantelle Morneau
Director at Large: Hunter Boucher
By Janie Woods-Morris, February 14, 2009
Four Seasons Musical Theatre Society was founded in 1975 by Janie Woods-Morris. Janie took her cue from Audrey Johnson, of the Times-Colonist newspaper, who, in her column, called for someone to mark the 100th anniversary of the collaboration of Gilbert and Sullivan. Thus, under the umbrella of conductor Laszlo Gati’s Victoria Symphony Summer Festival, Four Seasons began by performing four Gilbert and Sullivan abridged operettas (two each night) in the Newcombe Auditorium at the BC Provincial Museum. The shows followed Gati’s open air concerts in the museum’s square.