MSOPA Invites the Community to its Annual Barbeque Fundraising Event and Theatre Camp

Josa Maule’s School of Performing Arts (MSOPA) staff and students invite the community to its Annual Barbeque Fundraiser Event on Saturday, August 19 from 3 to 9 p.m. Again this year it will be held at Centre Greene, 1090 Greene Ave. Festivities will include all you  can eat great food prepared by “Chef” Josa, who is already preparing the fare. The menu includes Menu Josa’s famous jerk style chicken, fish prepared three ways, and traditional hamburgers and hot dogs, and 10 homemade salads.

Some of the local businesses that are helping make this feast  possible are Esposito Foods, Ramdas, Metro Westmount, Qualityfruits, Unique Foods, Giggles and Lapadirus.

The event is more than fun. There will be be raffle tickets for prizes donated by the  Centaur Theatre, the Black Theatre Workshop, D2 Production, many restaurants around Montreal and surrounding area.

DJ Gene King will make the music happen along with some of the guests who will participate in karaoke. Bring your own wine and beer.

Fun is guaranteed. Admission is  $25 for adults, $13 for seniors and children under 10 and free for children under 4.

For more information contact Josa Maule at 514. 483.5526 or e-mail                                                                                


Josa Maule’s School of Performing Arts (MSOPA)  has been serving Montreal’s acting community for over 25 years working with up-and-coming actors, film makers and playwrights alike. People study acting for many reasons other than to become actors. Taking acting classes offers a fun and challenging opportunity for self-discovery while increasing awareness, building confidence, and finding your voice.

ACTING OUT One of the programs that MSOPA is very proud of is its “Acting out!” Project, in which it  collaborates with culturally diverse schools and various organizations in the community to give children at risk (children with behavioral problems or mental illness) the opportunity to take acting classes. These classes help kids communicate better, feel more confident, learn to work with others, and just plain have fun. Programs like this, along with other youth programs that MSOPA offers, receive little to no funding. Your contributionby attending the barbeque makes all the difference.







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