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In Memoriam: Robin Pittis

It is with great sadness and a heavy heart to share with you the passing of Robin Pittis. He was a great friend and volunteer to community theatre in the area.

On Sunday May 15th at 2:00 PM the Pearl Company, 16 Steven Street, Hamilton will be remembering Robin with a celebration of his life. Our thoughts and condolences goes out to his family and friends.

Barefoot In The Park

A comedy by Neil Simon
Directed by David Mallis

Classic American comedy of young marriage in the 1960s

An early Neil Simon at his comedic best in this funny, side-splitting story of young people setting out in their married life. Older theatre-goers will remember the story of Corrie and Paul trying to learn how to settle into their walk-up New York brownstone apartment. Younger audiences will discover the high quality of American situation comedies of the 1960s, how great the story-telling and the writing were and continue to amaze us today.

April 17, 18, 23, 24, 25, 30 –  May 1, 2 – 2015

Call the Box Office at 905-637-1728 or request tickets online!
Cash payment and ticket pickup at the door.

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WODL Festival 2015 Finalists


Monday, March 16: “Mrs. Parliament’s Night Out” – Aylmer Community Players
Tuesday, March 17: “Of Mice And Men” – Theatre Kent
Wednesday, March 18: “Love, Loss and What I Wore” – Paris Performers’ Theatre
Thursday, March 19:  “The Clean House” – Theatre Sarnia
Friday, March 20: “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof” – London Community Players

Congratulations to all the winning plays

Tickets are still available for all shows, 1-888-446-7699 Awards tickets are very limited.

Visit for all details. If you have not already made March plans, Owen Sound Festivals are the best – Guaranteed fun workshops and interesting theatre talk and parties should you join the crowds at The Roxy and/or at the Days Inn.

Out of Festival Awards went to Theatre Burlington’s Michael Hannigan as Best Actor, J.R. Hewson as Best Cameo, and Dia Frid was nominated for Best Actress.

Another great show has been put to rest.

Theatre Burlington’s Next Production: Pinocchio

Words and Music by Vic Hyde and Jerry Webb

Directed by Scott Bloxom

Annual Children’s Show
An entertaining take on a familiar fairy tale with a British pantomime twist. Expect chases, slapstick, songs and all sorts of silliness.

Our children’s productions are designed for the little ones to experience live theatre in an up close, friendly theatre setting that includes colourful costumes, sets and lighting. The children are encouraged to sit up front on mats while caregivers use the regular chairs.

November 21-22-23, 27-28-29, 2014
– Thursday shows: 7:00 PM
– Friday shows: 7:30 PM
– Saturday & Sunday shows: 1:30 PM & 3:30 PM

Call the Box Office at 905-637-1728 or request tickets online!

Praise for Sherlock Holmes and the West End Horror


Photo by Leonie Holmes

As President of the group, let me say that Theatre Burlington (and conflict of interest be damned), Michael Hannigan, his production team and joyful cast of well seasoned to downright virginal performers celebrate the immutable determination of Community Theatre to put on a show, difficulties/expenses/resources/insurmountable problems also be bloody well damned!!

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