Cornwall Ontario — On Friday, April 19th, 2013 Mad Hatter Productions presents Junkyard Symphony at Aultsville Theatre in Cornwall. Junkyard Symphony originated in Ottawa, Canada in 1992. Junkyard Symphony strives to promote environmental health and awareness through educational and extraordinary entertainment by reusing old ordinary objects that would otherwise be sadly destined for the junkyard. But to Junkyard Symphony, however, these objects are terrific treasures that can be reused for an even greater purpose…. creating lots of big smiles.
In the show, the performers are the conductors while the audience is the symphony so be prepared for a radical ride of rapid rhythms, awesome antics, clownish comedy, terrific tricks, magnificent magic, tons of talent, and plenty of participation!
Junkyard Symphony has performed thousands of shows over the years. They have also performed in many countries around the globe such as Singapore, China, Britain, France, Macedonia, Croatia, U.S.A., and of course Canada. They have performed for important people such as the Prime Minister of Canada, the President of Singapore, The Governor of Jiangsu Province in China, and music celebrities such as the Tragically Hip, Sheryl Crow and Ziggy Marley.
They have won first place in the Canadian Association of Exhibitions National Youth Talent Contest and they have been featured on many television programs such as CBC’s JONOVISION, CTV’s Home Grown Cafe and CTV’s Regional Contact.
Most of all they have spread smiles and their message to Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, and Rock to millions of people around the world.
Tickets are on sale at Scotiabank or $10 at the door. The show begins at 6:30pm. Children attending must be accompanied by an adult.
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