Graham Greer is Aultsville Theatre's New Communications Coordinator
Aultsville Theatre Board of Management is pleased to welcome Mr. Graham Greer as Communications Coordinator for Aultsville Theatre.
As Communication Coordinator, Graham will focus on marketing Aultsville Theatre and its clients to the public, while contributing to the development of partnerships and external resources to support the ongoing operations at the Theatre.
“As a board we are excited about the direction Graham’s enthusiasm will take us in,” said, newly elected President Syd Gardiner. “The funding through the Ontario Trillium Foundation for this project will continue to expand Aultsville Theatre’s market and increase its visibility.”
As a professional musician/songwriter for the past 20+ years Graham is familiar with the arts industry and has attended Music Seminars/Conferences, such as, NXNE(North by Northeast) and Canadian Music Week. Over the past several years, as a member of this area’s artistic community, Graham has strived to increase the viability and visibility of the Art Sector, both inside and outside of the Cornwall area. He has championed and promoted the economic benefits of a community’s strong artistic foundation.
"I'm very excited to be taking on this new challenge!" said Mr. Greer.
Mr. Greer will be busy promoting the following line up of great events already booked into Aultsville Theatre:
- Elvis! Elvis! - January 21, 2012
- Cake and I Scream - January 27, 2012
- The Music Man (Seaway Valley Theatre Company) - February 03, 2012
- The Jim Cuddy Band - February 13, 2012
- Aultsville Winter Film Festival - February 17, 2012
- Circus Trerrifico - February 24, 2012
- Carmen (Cornwall Concert Series) - March 24, 2012
- Stampeders - April 12, 2012
- Capt'n Matt - April 13, 2012
- Abrams Brothers - April 21, 2012
- Wolak and Donnelly (Cornwall Concert Series) - April 28, 2012
- Seaway Winds: Jamboree - May 26, 2012
About Aultsville Theatre
Aultsville Theatre is located at 2 St. Lawrence Drive (formerly 2 Belmont St.) Cornwall ON., on the campus of St. Lawrence College. Since 1976, Aultsville Theatre has hosted community and world class performances in its spacious, 658-seat theatre.
For more news on what's happening at the Theatre, please visit www.aultsvilletheatre.com