California Suite (September 25 – October 11, 2008)

A Comedy by Neil Simon “…Neil Simon in top form…” – New York Times The laughs are abundant in this play by one of the masters of American comedy. California Suite is a classic Neil Simon comedy which takes place at the Beverly Hills Hotel during the weekend of the Academy Awards celebration and follows the misadventures of four groups … Continue reading

Hedda Gabler (November 13-29, 2008)

A Drama by Henrik Ibsen adapted by Jon Robin Baitz “…when else have you seen a Hedda Gabler that moved with such compelling force and fluency…? Baitz’s loosened-up, colloquial translation is perfect…” – New York Times The aristocratic daughter of the legendary General Gabler returns from her honeymoon as the bride of academic but ineffectual George Tesman to face a … Continue reading

The School For Wives (January 15-31, 2009)

A Comedy by Molière translated by Richard Wilbur “…the perfect antidote to a dreary and cold winter’s night!” (P.L. —Whitby, ON) “…a thing of joy…a carefree, happy and sparkling romp to be seen and enjoyed by young and old alike.” – New York Newsday Arnolphe has trained Agnes since childhood to be his wife, teaching her only to sew, pray, … Continue reading

The Seagull (March 12-28, 2009)

A Comedy by Anton Chekhov adapted by Jean-Claude van Itallie “It is sublimely understood Chekov…an event and a thrilling one.” – New York Post “[Your] theatre troupe is always better than professional.” (D.M. —Toronto, ON) The Seagull, a work that the author himself claimed contained “five tons of love”, is a play about a very human tendency to reject love … Continue reading

Wait Until Dark (May 7-23, 2009)

A Thriller by Frederick Knott “…a first rate shocker…the suspense drama we’ve long awaited eagerly.” – New York Post “As directed by L. Garth Allen, the play scales one rising line of tension until the shocking climatic scene.” - North York Mirror A masterfully constructed thriller that moves from one moment of suspense to another as it builds toward an electrifying, … Continue reading