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Cornerstone Musical Theatre Productions—The History

2018 Disney’s Newsies

2017 Disney’s The Little Mermaid

2016 Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

2015 Disney’s Mary Poppins

2014 Les Misérables-School Edition

2013 The Sound of Music

2012 Honk!

2011 Disney’s Beauty and the Beast

2010 Willy Wonka

2009 Little Women

2008 Annie

2007 Rodgers and Hammerstein's Cinderella

2006 Seussical The Musical

2005 Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

2004 Guys and Dolls

2003 Les Misérables-School Edition

2002Anne of Green Gables

2001 Annie

2000 Coffee House

1999 The Sound of Music

1998 Anne of Green Gables

1997 Ants'hillvania

 The musical theatre program at Cornerstone Christian School began as a result of the vision and passion of Principal Dr. George Falk in 1997.  He was determined to give every student an opportunity to be involved in the performing arts through acting, music, and technical theatre. Dr. Falk emphasized the spirit of community through all-school involvement, skill development, self-improvement, service through the use of one’s gifts, and enjoyment through a commitment to excellence.

 Between 1997 and 2001, the productions were presented in Hillcrest Church. The 2002 and 2003 shows were moved to the newly constructed Cornerstone Christian School gymnasium. The Mae Wilson Theatre in the Moose Jaw Cultural Centre opened in 2004 and has been “home” to Cornerstone’s annual musical productions ever since.  It’s an honour to share our production with the community of Moose Jaw in such a beautiful facility! 

 The current adult production team endeavours to honour Dr. Falk’s vision and memory by inviting elementary students to participate alongside high school students. Cornerstone students have the opportunity to be involved in ten Broadway-style musicals and six or more one act plays during their school years. Cornerstone graduates have gone on to study film, acting, music, and dance. Some have gone on to work in television, advertising, professional stage management, and arts education while others continue to enjoy and contribute to the arts through participation in community theatre, churches, and schools.