A comedy by Allan Stratton
Directed by Tom Mackan
Produced by Michelle Spanik
Collapse with laughter at this fast-paced farce
Vivien Bliss, romantic and virginal, intends to remedy a significant part of that condition during a weekend spent in the apartment of Edgar Chisholm. She is a writer of Harlequin romances, he is the bored spouse of Doris, a successful syndicated advice columnist. Difficulties begin when Doris decides to cancel her out-of-town trip and stay home with her husband, a plan that is discovered by the two would-be paramours only after Vivien is down to her baby-dolls. The confusion grows with the introduction of Bill Scant, a henpecked husband seeking an emergency consultation with Doris. Then there’s Peggy Scant, who believes Bill to be her older brother, but who is actually his and Doris’…. oh well, never mind now, because you’re going to be caught up in one of the funniest Canadian farces ever. Identity crises arise, doors open and slam shut in exquisite timing, and Vivien decides to take her next Nurse Jane novel to Hawaii and everybody ends up going along until we’re out of breath – roaring with laughter.
Production Dates: April 11-12, 17-19, 24-26 2014
A drama by Frances Goodrich & Albert Hackett
Directed by Sondra Learn
Produced by Chuck Learn
The inspiring World War II story of a Jewish family in hiding.
We bring you this remarkable stage adaptation of Anne Frank’s diary some sixty years after it was first produced on Broadway, and seventy years after the heartbreaking events of 1943 in that legendary attic in Amsterdam during World War II. Enter into the world of Otto and Edith Frank and their family as they strive to maintain a normal life in hiding while the spectre of death lurks only metres away in the Nazi occupied streets below them.
February 7-9*, 14-16*, 20-22 2014
*matinee 2:00 PM
Written by Vic Hyde
Directed by Michelle Spanik
Produced by Michael Hannigan
Annual Children’s Show – A lighthearted take on a children’s classic tale.
Production Dates: November 22-24, 28-30 2013
A comedy by Norm Foster
A rollicking comedy about romance and getting older
Meet Bud, a hardworking salesman who encounters his boss’s wife, Molly, at a company party and he’s hopelessly smitten. Molly? Not so much. And she’s not for trifling, with her droll, dry wit. You are in for a romp that takes you through three decades in the lives of our two romantics, all in the matter of a couple of fall-about laughing hours. Forget the boy-meets-girl stuff. Bud and Molly are old enough to know better and they do – almost.
Production Dates: September 20-21, 26-28 October 3-5 2013