Cornwall Square was under attack by a flash mob today. About 20 members of the Seaway Valley Theatre Company surprised food court customers when they broke out into song. It started slowly and bit-by-bit the number of singers grew. They performed two songs with the second one being the popular Abba song, Waterloo.
Cornwall - Aug. 27, 2011 - Cornwall Square was under attack by a flash mob today. About 20 members of the Seaway Valley Theatre Company surprised food court customers when they broke out into song.
It started slowly and bit-by-bit the number of singers grew. They performed two songs with the second one being the popular Abba song, Waterloo. There were many surprised people in the food court, and the performance was extremely well received.
The Seaway Valley Theatre Company is an incorporated, not for profit amateur theatre group based in and around the city of Cornwall, Ontario, Canada. The objectives of the company are to provide an outlet for musical and theatrical talents to the residents and families of the area and to create family entertainment, at acceptable costs, to the whole community.
The Theatre Company had a booth set-up on the top of the mall’s escalator today in an effort to recruit talent for their upcoming productions. In 2011-12 Seaway Valley Theatre will present Barefoot in the Park, Seussical Jr, The Music Man and Leading Ladies. For tickets visit Cornwall & Seaway Valley Tourism Office at 11 Water Street West.
More information on the Seaway Valley Theatre Company visit their website at www.SVTC.ca.
With over 60 stores and services, including a food court, Cornwall Square continues to be a leader in the community and is recognized as Cornwall's busiest shopping destination. Cornwall Square is managed by Redcliff Realty Management Inc., a Canadian property management company that provides leasing and property management services for a portfolio of over 34 million square feet. Cornwall Square is owned by Partners Real Estate Investment Trust (“Partners”) which trades on the TSX-V under the ticker symbol PAR.UN.
TVCogeco was on hand and we will post some video in the coming days once it becomes available.
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