|2012: December 27-30, 2012||Roald Dahl's Willy Wonka|
|2014: December 27-30, 2014||Fairy Tale Ending, the Big Bad Family Musical|
|2003: December 27-29||Aladdin & his Wonderful Magical Lamp|
|2005: February 1-5 and 8-12||Dancing at Lughnasa|
|2006: May 23-27, May 30-June 3||Staff Room|
|2009: March 17 - 28||Bus Stop|
|2010: Dec 27, 28, 29, 30||Seussical|
|2012: May 15-19 & 22-26, 2012||Romeo and Juliet|
From the program for Staff Room:
CLARE FLOCKTON (Anne, Barb, Pamela, Sally, Pauline) is pleased to make her third appearance on the Kanata Theatre stage. Clare appeared first as Halima in Aladdin and the Wonderful Magical Lamp and just last year as Rose in Dancing at Lughnasa. Clare enjoys being part of the publicity team at KT and keeps the community up to date on the goings on. When not at the playhouse, Clare runs her own tutorial program called Reading The Write Way which teaches the fundamentals of reading to children over the age of three.
From the program for Bus Stop:
CLARE FLOCKTON (Elma Duckworth), first appeared on the Kanata Theatre stage as that nasty sorceress Halima in the childrens Christmas play Aladdin. She has also appeared in two other KT productions including Rose in Dancing at Lughnasa, and a variety of roles in Staff Room. Clare enjoys helping out backstage as much as she enjoys hogging the spotlight on stage. Thanks go to my fellow cast mates who have kept me in fits of laughter throughout this whole process, and a huge thanks go to my family who allow me to shirk my responsibilities once in a while.
From the program for Romeo and Juliet:
CLARE FLOCKTON (Mistress, Attendant) is excited to be making her fifth appearance on the Kanata Theatre stage. She recently appeared as the Sour Kangaroo in Seussical, and also as Elma in Bus Stop, where ironically she had to recite the balcony scene from Romeo & Juliet (destiny? She thinks so). Clare enjoys helping out backstage, and can be found doing all sorts of jobs from make up to producing. A huge thank you goes to her wonderfully supportive family, because they let her play dress up without complaint.