Etobicoke Musical Productions (EMP) is a not-for-profit theatre company incorporated under the laws of Ontario. Formed in 1965 and incorporated in 1989, EMP is a member of Arts Etobicoke, the Mississuaga Arts Council, Association of Community Theatres - Central Ontario (ACT-CO), Theatre Ontario, and The Canadian Institute for Theatre Technology. The Group is administered by a Board of Directors elected annually from and by the members. Every member can vote, and anyone who is a member for two consecutive years can run for the Board.
Since 1978, EMP has produced two shows each year; one in the spring and one in the fall, running for 8 performances each. For each production, we engage a director, musical director, and choreographer. All others involved on stage and in various production areas are volunteers. We typically spend $60,000 on each production with the major costs being facilities rental, production royalties, costumes, sets lighting/sound, music, advertising and promotion.
Visit our "History" page for more on the Group's history and achievements.
Our stated purposes are to (i) study and perform at least one musical production each year, and (ii) support and further the arts in the community. To these ends, EMP and its members:
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Etobicoke Musical Productions is a not-for-profit, community organization. We strive to provide our members with opportunities to perform, direct, choreograph, produce, and design quality music theatre. In doing so it is our mission to enrich the lives of our members and patrons by fostering a love of the performing arts while providing an enjoyable and worthwhile experience.
|Vice President||Kevin Dunne|
|Executive Producer||Martin Kuntze|
As of February 06, 2001, Etobicoke Musical Productions is pleased to announce the creation of a new scholarship for the Etobicoke School of the Arts. The award, to be presented annually, will be for a student majoring in Music Theatre who demonstrates ability, leadership, and community involvement.
This scholarship is funded by Etobicoke Musical Productions, a community theatre organization, with a matching contribution from the Ontario Arts Council Foundation and co-ordinated by Arts Etobicoke.
2016 Winner: Claudia Nigro
Congratulations to our 2016 ESA Scholarship winner, Claudia Nigro.