Romantic Comedy (May 9-18, 2013)

A COMEDY by Bernard Slade May 9 – 18, 2013 Arrogant, self centred and sharp tongued Jason Carmichael, successful co-author of Broadway romantic comedies, is facing two momentous events: he is about to marry a society belle and his collaborator is retiring. Enter Phoebe Craddock, mousy Vermont schoolteacher and budding playwright. Presto! Jason acquires a talented and adoring collaborator. Fame and … Continue reading

Taking Sides (March 7-16, 2013)

Taking Sides is set in post-World War II Germany and contains offensive language and subject matter which some may find disturbing. Discretion is strongly advised. View the trailer (contains Nazi imagery and sounds) | View an edited version of the trailer with Nazi references omitted Directed by Michael James Burgess Designed by Karen Edgley   Taking Sides, a Drama by Ronald … Continue reading

A Midsummer Night’s Dream (January 10-19, 2013)

View the trailer Stage Centre Productions proudly presents its first production of a play by the world’s greatest and most famous playwright, William Shakespeare: A Midsummer Night’s Dream.   Directed by Michael James Burgess Designed and lit by Clay Warner [fbphotos id=481084845266396 limit=5 rand=1] Written more than 400 years ago… …this timeless comedy – one of Shakespeare’s most beloved works … Continue reading

Twelve Angry Jurors (November 8-17, 2012)

A drama by Reginald Rose | Adapted from the television play by Sherman L. Sergel A 19-year-old boy has just stood trial for the fatal stabbing of his father. It looks like an open-and-shut case-until one of the jurors begins opening the others’ eyes to the facts. During the discussions each juror reveals his or her own character as the … Continue reading

Jitters (September 27 – October 6, 2012)

A comedy by David French September 27 – October 6, 2012 This extremely funny play has become a Canadian classic. It begins on the set of The Care and Treatment of Roses, an ambitious work by a budding young local writer, which is now in final rehearsal by a provincial Canadian theatre company. Whatever can go wrong does so but … Continue reading