Coming Season 2016 - 2107
|Written By:||Norm Foster|
|Directed By:||Roberta Belfry|
|Produced By:||Ellen McConomy|
|Rights By:||Pam Winter, Gary Goddard Agency|
This Norm Foster classic centres around a 25th anniversary celebration that becomes entangled with the most bizarre opening of a Canadian play. The events both on and off stage will leave you laughing until the end.
|Oct 14||8:00||Oct 15||8:00||Oct 16||2:00|
|Oct 20||8:00||Oct 21||8:00||Oct 22||8:00||Oct 23||2:00|
|Oct 27||8:00||Oct 28||8:00||Oct 29||8:00|
The Giants Garden
|Written By:||Peter Fenton & Scott White|
|Directed By:||D. J. Thomson|
|Rights By:||Playwrights Guild of Canada|
So there’s this magical garden. The season siblings, Summer and Winter, love to rest in the garden but Summer has been hogging it lately. The garden’s owner is a large, scary Giant that has a mean streak a mile wide and uses, “Grrr” and “Arrrgh” as his main form of discourse. This giant also HATES children and guess what’s also hiding in his garden? Children? You are correct! What will happen? Come enjoy this fantastic and exciting tale.
|Nov 25||7:30||Nov 26||7:30||Nov 27||2:00|
|Dec 2||7:30||Dec 3||7:30||Dec 4||2:00|
|Dec 9||7:30||Dec 10||7:30||Dec 11||2:00|
The Perfect Murder
|Written By:||Anthony DeCiantis|
|Directed By:||Anthony DeCiantis|
|Rights By:||Anthony DeCiantis|
Steve Arden has the perfect life: a successful writing career, legions of fans, money and a beautiful trophy wife. But in 1950’s Galt, Ontario, what is Julia Arden to do if she feels like a trapped pawn in her husband’s perfect life? She and her lover Mike must commit the perfect murder! Plot twists and clashing motivations will keep you on the edge of your seat and guessing right to the end.
|Jan 27||8:00||Jan 28||8:00||Jan 29||2:00|
|Feb 2||8:00||Feb 3||8:00||Feb 4||8:00||Feb 5||2:00|
|Feb 9||8:00||Feb 10||8:00||Feb 11||8:00|
Western Ontario Drama League (WODL) Festival
The Western Ontario Drama League (WODL) is composed of 30 theatres from the South-Western Ontario region. Every year WODL holds a Festival and many of the member theatres submit one of their plays for adjudication. Through this process the five best plays are chosen to be performed at Festival during the March break. Shows will be announced on February 19th.
|Mar 13||8:00||Mar 14||8:00||Mar 15||8:00||Mar 16||8:00||Mar 17||8:00|
I Hate Hamlet
|Written By:||Paul Rudnick|
|Directed By:||Gerry Butts|
|Rights By:||Dramatists Play Service Inc|
As successful tv actor Andrew Rally struggles with taking the dream role of Hamlet, he is also dealing with a girlfriend who’s keeping a firm grip on her chastity and the ghost of John Barrymore who’s haunting his apartment. What will Andrew choose when an offer arrives to star in a tv pilot? Will he choose potential fame and fortune on tv or Shakespeare and his girlfriend?
|Apr 20||8:00||Apr 21||8:00||Apr 22||8:00||Apr 23||2:00|
|Apr 27||8:00||Apr 28||8:00||Apr 29||8:00||Apr 30||2:00|
The Drowsy Chaperone
|Written By:||Bob Martin & Don McKellar|
|Music By:||Lisa Lambert & Greg Morrison|
|Directed By:||Tim Clarke|
|Produced By:||Paul Pengelly & Jen Barson|
|Rights By:||Music Theatre International|
A neurotic recluse attempts to coax himself out of his blue mood by listening to his favourite record, the cast recording of The Drowsy Chaperone. The sleeve promises ‘mayhem, mix-ups and a wedding’ and the album doesn’t disappoint: once the needle drops, the fantastic and farcical show comes to life inside the man’s apartment! This glitzy Jazz-era musical stuffed inside a hilarious play that will make you laugh until you cry!
|May 26||8:00||May 27||8:00||May 28||2:00|
|Jun 1||8:00||Jun 2||8:00||Jun 3||8:00||Jun 4||2:00|
|Jun 8||8:00||Jun 9||8:00||Jun 10||8:00|