Synopsis: A horror story about a lawyer who, certain that a curse has been placed on him, hires an actor to tells his strange story. But as they start to delve into his more terrifying memories, the creepy tale starts to come to life and a shadowy figure emerges.
Dates: October 11 – 28.
Adapted by: Stephen Mallatratt
Directed by: Mike Busswood | Cast: Eric Fortin, Harrison MacDonald, Sara Lohnes | Stage Management: Kathleen Allisen, Bruce Coombs | Set Design: Tim Driscoll | Lighting Design: Miles Lavkulich | Sound Design: Gordon Gilmour | Produced by: Josh Fuller, Katherine Lozada
Synopsis: A modern take on Quasimodo’s tale that asks the age old question: what makes us human and what makes us monstrous? In today’s landscape, these conversations come to life with a new, poignant relevance, but panto would never be panto without its fun, irreverent tone, the Dame, and of course shenanigans!
Dates: November 29 – December 30
Director: Alex Lowe
Written by: Dave BaronRead More
Synopsis: A sex farce sequel to Boeing Boeing. Bernard and Robert are back! Now married, Bernard has not given up his swinging lifestyle. Hoping to spend a romantic weekend with his mistress, he tries to send his wife, Jacqueline, to her sick mother’s, under the pretense that he’s going to have a boy’s weekend with his pal, Robert.
But when Jacqueline finds out Robert, who happens to be her lover, is coming, she finds a way to stay, throwing off her husband’s perfect plans.
Queue the panic as everyone tries to hide their illicit affair. Don’t Dress for Dinner is full of lusty plots, busty mistresses, cover ups and cover off’s. It’s a real “who’s who” of who’s-whose-lover, full of twists and turns.
Dates: February 7 – 24
Written by: Marc Camoletti
Director: Julianne ChristieRead More
Synopsis: A black comedy, it’s the story of a pill-popping sharp-tongued cancer patient matriarch whose three daughters rush home when they hear their father has disappeared.
August: Osage County is a dramatic tour-de-force filled with incredible roles and powerful dialogue.
Dates: April 11 – 28
Written by: Tracy Letts
Director: Ryan MooneyRead More
Synopsis: The Russians are set on recovering the Romanovs’ lost treasures. But when a charming French art collector proves to be more obstinate than they expected, the government sends out their best agent, Ninotchka.
A summer romance set in Paris and featuring soviet spies, royal treasures and joie de vivre, Lengyel’s play delivers a sharp and unfortunately timely critique of Cold War-era politics.
Dates: June 6 – 23
Written by: Melchior LengyelRead More