The Chalk Garden (Mar 22-31, 2018)


The Chalk Garden by Enid Bagnold. It is simplistic to describe it as a Comedy Drama – in reality, it is a beautifully-written and thoughtful drama disguised as a drawing room comedy. Mrs. St. Maugham lives in her substantial but faded manor house by the sea in Sussex, where the garden is composed of lime and chalk. She is taking care … Continue reading

Born Yesterday (Nov 23 – Dec 2, 2017)


The second play, running between November 17 and December 2, 2017, will be the glorious classic of the American stage which enjoyed one of the longest runs in history, Born Yesterday by Garson Kanin. It has roles for 12 men and 5 women. A Broadway triumph-turned-1950 Academy Award-nominated film, Born Yesterday is a deliciously witty screwball comedy about a corrupt businessman trying … Continue reading

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

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

You Never Can Tell (May 19-28, 2016)

An Irish Comedy by George Bernard Shaw. The comedy You Never Can Tell was George Bernard Shaw’s 1896 answer to The Importance of Being Earnest. As the play opens, Mrs. Clandon and her children, Dolly, Phillip and Gloria, have just returned to England 18 years after their departure. The children have no idea who their father is and, through a … Continue reading

Leading Ladies (March 17-26, 2016)

By Ken Ludwig. In this uproarious comedy two English Shakespearean actors, Jack and Leo, find themselves so down on their luck that they are performing “Scenes from Shakespeare” on the Moose Lodge circuit in the Amish country of Pennsylvania. When they hear that a local old lady plans to leave her fortune to her two long lost English nephews, Jack … Continue reading