Anything to Declare? (May 18-27, 2017)

STAGE CENTRE PRODUCTIONS proudly present the fifth and final play of their milestone 40th season    Anything to Declare?  A chaotic and wacky farce by Maurice Hennequin and Pierre Veber Translated and adapted by Greg Leaming * “Side-splittingly funny… The utterly ridiculous is also utterly hilarious. From start to finish Anything to Declare? had me giggling.” ~ The Mancunian, 2014 *8are c y, a boulevard comedy that is … Continue reading

Stepping Out (March 16-25, 2017)

STAGE CENTRE PRODUCTIONS proudly present the fourth play of their 40th season “A surefire winner.” ~ New York Daily News   A delightful and heart-warming comedy * “You’ll stand up and cheer.” ~ WABC-TV ** Directed by Lorraine Kimsa  Producer, Stage Manager and Set Designer: Todd Davies Lighting by Jaime Farley    * With Astrid Atherly, Cathy Condie, Brad Emes, Willene Falconer, Judy Gans, … Continue reading

Strictly Murder (Jan 26 – Feb 4, 2017)

Strictly Murder by Brian Clemens April 1939. An English couple, Peter and Suzy, are living in Provence in idyllic isolation, far, it seems, from the rumblings of the coming war. Their peace is shattered from within when Suzy discovers she has been betrayed: Peter is not the man he claims to be! Is he in fact a ruthless killer on … Continue reading

The Best Man (Nov 24 – Dec 3, 2016)

The Best Man by Gore Vidal William Russell, the former U.S. Secretary of State, is a wit and scholar with high liberal principles, beloved of the eggheads and suspected by practical politicians. Joseph Cantwell is a ruthless and hard-driving young man, a dirty fighter who lets no scruples stand in the way of his ambitions, and Arthur Hockstader is an … Continue reading

Entertaining Angels (Sept 29 – Oct 8, 2016)

Entertaining Angels by Richard Everett From September 29 to October 8, 2016 A North American premiere! As a vicar’s wife in an English country parish, Grace has spent a lifetime on her best behaviour. Now, after the death of her husband Bardolph, she can enjoy the new-found freedom of being able to say and do exactly what she wants. But … Continue reading