Roxy Star Company

The Roxy Star Company provides a unique and empowering opportunity for individuals with diverse abilities to shine in the spotlight. These classes offer a safe and inclusive environment where participants can express themselves, develop their creativity, and build essential life skills. Through the transformative power of drama, participants not only learn acting techniques but also gain self-confidence, improved communication, and teamwork. One of the most exciting aspects of these classes is the ultimate goal: putting on a show! This collaborative effort encourages social interaction and fosters a sense of accomplishment as the participants work together to create a memorable production. The theater becomes a stage for these remarkable individuals to share their talents and stories, breaking down barriers and inspiring both the cast and the audience. In doing so, these theatre classes for special needs adults exemplify the magic of the performing arts as a vehicle for inclusion, self-expression, and personal growth.
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Roxy Star Company Director – Carrie Cathrae-Keeling

Carrie is thrilled to be back, once again with the Star Company. She has spent time both on the stage and behind the scenes with the Roxy/OSLT and the Roxy Young Company in a variety of roles. The talent, joy and enthusiasm that the Star Company brings to the stage is a highlight in her life, and she hopes to continue for many years to come!

Roxy Star Company Coordinator – Lacey Mooney

Lacey is a long time Owen Sound Little Theatre member having first joined when she was 11 years old. She has gone on to perform in over 18 OSLT productions, and has also worked backstage in all areas. She has directed four youth productions, including Matilda Jr, camps, electives and Disney’s Beauty in the Beast with OSLT last fall. She has training in dance, vocals and acting. She has worked with those living with complex needs during REACHing For Oz and The Imagine Showcase last June.