Is He Dead? (May 16 – May 25, 2024)

Jean-Francois Millet, a young painter of genius, is in love with Marie Leroux but in debt to a villainous picture-dealer, Bastien Andre. Andre forecloses on Millet, threatening debtor’s prison unless Marie marries him. Millet realizes that the only way he can pay his debts and keep Marie from marrying Andre is to die, as it is only dead painters who achieve fame and fortune. Millet fakes his death and prospers, all while passing himself off as his own sister, the Widow Tillou. Now a rich “widow,” he must find a way to get out of a dress, return to life, and marry Marie.
Play Type: A new comedy farce
Audience Target: Age 14+, Mild adult language
Run Time: 2 Hours

The Sweet Delilah Swim Club (Jan. 25 – Feb. 3, 2024)

Five Southern women whose friendship began many years ago on their College swim team, set aside a long weekend every August to recharge their relationship.  Free from husbands, kids and jobs they meet at the same beach cottage on North Carolina’s outer banks to catch up, laugh and meddle in each other’s lives. The Sweet Delilah Swim Club is the story of five unforgettable women – a hilarious and touching comedy about friendship that lasts forever.
Play type: Comedy / Drama
Audience Target: Age 14+
Run Time: 2 Hours

A Christmas Carol (Nov. 30 – Dec. 9, 2023)

This adaptation of A Christmas Carol by Michael Shamata has been presented by Soulpepper Theatre for the past two seasons. Stage Centre Productions has been offered this new adaptation to present in our 2023 Season. We are very excited to be the first community theatre company to present this new Christmas tale.
Play type Drama / Comedy
Audience Target: Any
Run Time: 1 Hours 45 Minutes

While the Lights Were Out (Sept. 28 – Oct. 7, 2023)

A thunderstorm…….
The lights go out….
A Pistol shot and an agonizing scream…
The lights come up on the most outstanding and hilarious murder mystery ever to hit the stage.
The mystery is top notch, the characters are wonderful and the comedy explosive.
Every clue is a lulu and the plot twists and turns furiously.
Play type: Murder mystery farce
Audience Target: Any
Run Time: 2 Hours, 15 minutes

Camille (Mar 23 – Apr 1, 2023)

Across the foyer of a crowded theatre, a handsome young man catches sight of the most expensive prostitute in town. When they meet, a mutual obsession is ignited – one that tears both their worlds apart. Set amidst the glittering splendours and miseries of 19th century Paris, Camille has scandalised and fascinated audiences and theatres, cinemas and opera houses for over a hundred and fifty years. Neil Bartlett’s new version returns to the original novel for its shockingly frank and emotional portrayal of a woman who can afford anything – except to fall in love.

Please note: Contains mature themes and language.

Target Audience: Adult, Senior & Teens 18+ years

Run time: 2 hours 30 minutes (including a 15 minute intermission)

Something to Hide (Jan 26 – Feb 4, 2023)

A writer of light romances finds that his wife has run down his mistress with her car and killed her.  The question now is how do they dispose of the body?

Something surprising is revealed throughout “Something To Hide”.  A thriller in every sense of the word.  Suspense mounts throughout and the unexpected develops to a pitch with contrived twists.

Target audience – Adult, Senior, Teen 14+ years

Run Time: 2 hours, 30 minutes (including a 15 minute intermission)

Waters of the Moon (Dec 1 – Dec 10, 2022)

Waters of the Moon …… it is the day after Christmas and the dull routine of a modest and rather shabby Private Hotel is broken by the arrival of unexpected and rather exotic guests.

This play brings forward the effects of the over privileged on those who have lost or never tasted it – and provides moments that touches both tragedy and comedy.

Target audience – Adult, Senior, Teen 14+ years

The Actress (Oct 27 – Nov 5, 2022)

The Actress takes us backstage as a colourful, complicated actress makes her emotional farewell performance. Various people from her life invade her dressing room to say their goodbyes, declare their love, roar with laughter, spit insults, grab a final embrace and renew old battles. 

The last show is always a very strange affair.  It is like a party, a great buzz of excitement but then each actor will leave with laughter still ringing in their ear  and a cheery wave.  Then it stops.  As you watch them walk down the street, they look terribly lonely.  After all the applause and elation, they walk home alone.  That is who actors are.  The happiest saddest people you will ever meet.