The Melville Boys
Sep
21
to Oct 1

The Melville Boys

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Written by Norm Foster

Directed by Rob Faust ~ Produced by Barry Tepperman

Presented by the London Community Players

A classic Foster and one of his best! Two brothers on a weekend fishing holiday unexpectedly meet up with two sisters.  What follows is smart, funny, with moments of sentiment and real-life drama.  It’ll drop you to your knees with laughter on one hand, and then quietly break your heart with the other.

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Penguin Blues
Oct
12
to Oct 15

Penguin Blues

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Written by Ethan Phillips

Presented by Scooter Productions

Gordon and Angelita appear to have absolutely nothing in common. Except, of course, booze and the Catholic Church. But it is more than enough. Angelita is in denial, and Gordon has a lot of anger. They are both struggling to get through rehab.

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Creedance Clearwater Survival
Oct
14
8:00pm 8:00pm

Creedance Clearwater Survival

A unique opportunity to experience the rise of the legendary ‘Creedence Clearwater Revival’. Explore the story and music of the driving force behind the band; take a ride on the Bayou, from the beginning of the group, and into the solo career of John Fogerty. 

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GuruGanesha Band
Oct
17
7:30pm 7:30pm

GuruGanesha Band

The GuruGanesha Band effortlessly spans a multitude of musical styles, from deeply meditative musical compositions that unfold like lotus petals, to the spellbinding fusion of Indian raga and Western jazz, to full-on bhakti infused rock. The band expresses a universal musical language that transcends boundaries, cultures, and generations. Anyone who’s experienced the live juggernaut this is the GuruGanesha Band can testify to the fact that they’ve been part of an experience that is memorable and transformational.

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Harmony at the Palace
Oct
21
7:30pm 7:30pm

Harmony at the Palace

The London Chapter - Barbershop Harmony Society presents Harmony at the Palace featuring the London Men of Accord, London's premiere Barbershop Chorus with special guests The York Regional Police Male Chorus and Test Drive Quartet.   

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Light of East Ensemble
Oct
21
7:30pm 7:30pm

Light of East Ensemble

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“Works by Artists of the Ottoman Court": Jamil Bey Tamburi, Nikolaki Afendi, Masud Jamil, Giorgos Batzanos, artists of the Rembetika tradition; Sosou Ioannidis, Vaggelis Papazoglou, and artists of the folk tradition.

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How the Circus Vanished
Oct
31
to Nov 4

How the Circus Vanished

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Written by John Boc

“How the Circus Vanished” is a four-time award-winning play by John Boc. “How the Circus Vanished” is a story about two people in a psychiatric institution who, by exploring their past, try to realize their ‘presence’. It touches on how the characters feel they are viewed by healthcare workers, their families, and society in general.  A question-and-answer period follows each performance to discuss the content with the playwright, a psychiatrist and the two actors in the show.  This play was invited to be performed in New York City and was staged as part of the international “Performing the World, Mental Health Conference”.

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Dancing in Poppies
Nov
2
to Nov 12

Dancing in Poppies

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Written by Gail Bowen and Ron Marken

Directed by Susan Garner ~ Produced by Anne Mooney

Presented by the London Community Players

A little-known gem of modern Canadian theatre.  Three young people make a journey back to sanity and the real world after enduring World War I.  A tale of despair, unshakeable friendship, and ultimately hope for their lives… and ours.

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Anne of Green Gables
Nov
30
to Dec 10

Anne of Green Gables

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Book by Don Harron ~ Music by Norman Campbell

Lyrics by Don Harron and Norman Campbell

Directed by Kristina Baron-Woods ~ Produced by Christopher F. Parker

Music Directed by Alexandra Kane ~ Choreographed by Ceris Thomas

Presented by the London Community Players

Anne of Green Gables the Musical is a Canadian classic!  Based on L.M. Montgomery's beloved novel, the musical adaptation of the story of an imaginative red-haired orphan searching for belonging is guaranteed to tug at heartstrings and tickle funny bones.  

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Nurse Jane Goes to Hawaii
Jan
18
to Jan 28

Nurse Jane Goes to Hawaii

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Written by Alan Stratton

Directed by Mark Mooney ~ Produced by Mona Brennan-Coles

Presented by the London Community Players

How will Vivien Bliss get her new (Harlequin Romance) novel finished in the face of, behind the back of, in spite of, and with the help of an advice columnist, a nosy reporter, a doctor in pantyhose, an orphan with a cake and Helga, the evil Russian physicist? Glorious mayhem and laughter ensues...

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VANYA and SONIA and MASHA and SPIKE
Feb
15
to Feb 25

VANYA and SONIA and MASHA and SPIKE

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Written by Christopher Durang

Directed by Jeremy Hewitson ~ Produced by Andrew Kaszowski

Presented by the London Community Players

In this 2013 Tony Award winner for Best Play, Vanya and his adopted sister Sonia live a quiet life in the Pennsylvania farmhouse where they grew up, but their peace is disturbed when their movie star sister Masha returns unannounced with her twenty-something boy toy, Spike. A weekend of rivalry, regret, and raucousness begins.

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Bare Bear Bones
May
3
to May 13

Bare Bear Bones

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Written by Michael Grant

Directed by Diane Haggerty ~ Produced by Cindi Armer Almeida

Presented by the London Community Players

A hilarious comedy. Empty-nesters, trying to rekindle the spark in their marriage, return to the campground of their youth in a broken-down tent trailer. Things have changed at the campground since their last visit...when all is exposed...everyone is in for a surprise and a lot of laughs.

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Frida & Diego
Sep
13
to Sep 16

Frida & Diego

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Written and Directed by Dr. Joan Clayton

Frida Kahlo has become a cultural icon, renowned for her dramatic paintings, her exotic sense of style, and her suffering.  Her husband, Diego Rivera, himself a sensation in Mexico for his political murals, caused her much pain with his womanizing, and yet their story is one of the great love affairs in art history.  In this show, a young actress will transform into Frida, as Diego paints, and flirts, the energies rising to a crescendo with flamenco music and dance.  Prepare to be entertained, enchanted and informed, as the spirits gather for El Dia des Los Muertos.

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Jan & Jerry
Aug
9
to Aug 12

Jan & Jerry

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Written by Nadine Lalonde

Directed by Diane Haggerty & Peter Kunder ~ Produced by Peg Spurgeon

Presented by the London Community Players

Jan had a string of bad relationships, trying various dating methods and is now in the "I hate men" phase. Jerry was the classic "player" until he found out he was a father by an ex-girlfriend and now has a desire for a committed relationship. Mix in some coffee, some chocolate, some shooters and a group of friends and online dating...and the fun begins.

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Jun
23
to Jun 25

JUVIE

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Written by Jerome McDonough

Presented by London Youth Theatre Education

Set in a juvenile detention center, Juvie depicts the life of kids who are scared, lonely and locked up. Some are drug offenders, some have killed and some are just misfits.

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Jun
16
to Jun 18

Homework Eats Dog and Other Woeful Tales

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Written by Alan Haehnel

Presented by London Youth Theatre Education

For science teacher Douglas Kobekeaneski, there’s nothing greater than “The Hour of Desperation”, that magical hour before his immensely important, grade-devastating assignment is due. Each year, his students frantically scramble to come up with their method of escape - and this year is no exception, as they trot out a litany of outrageous excuses, including the greatest of them all: My homework ate my dog.

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I Am From Planet Earth
Jun
3
10:30pm10:30pm

I Am From Planet Earth

Presented by the London Fringe Festival

Do you get asked every day ‘where are you from?’ based on your looks or your accent? Youth from diverse backgrounds explore themes on diversity and inclusion through this multi-arts production. Through video, music, painting, theatre and dance, youth have a message for you.

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Pickled Heart
Jun
2
to Jun 10

Pickled Heart

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Presented by the London Fringe Festival

When a deal Maggie made with Death comes due, she and her brother Sean journey to the Underworld where they must battle their differences, their disbelief, and lack of vital organs to save each other. A new fairy tale about life, death, and being a sibling.

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Bedwetter
Jun
2
to Jun 10

Bedwetter

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Presented by the London Fringe Festival

You’ve heard the jokes about bedwetters, but have you ever listened to the stories? Tamlynn Bryson recounts her sometimes heartbreaking, often hilarious true story of becoming a woman while still feeling like a child.

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Your Princess is in Another Castle
Jun
1
to Jun 8

Your Princess is in Another Castle

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Presented by the London Fringe Festival

Princess Polly loses the vote for Miss Leader of the Free World to a Department Store Mannequin. A Prince Charming Type knows he can save you, if only you would listen. A dark comedy of errors from the creators of Roller Derby Saved My Soul and Everybody Dies In December.

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The Song of Calliope
Jun
1
to Jun 10

The Song of Calliope

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Presented by the London Fringe Festival

What do you do when a special person goes away? Who is there to guide you? How do you find meaning in the world around you? Join the nine mythical Greek muses on their journey to help a young girl who has lost her way. Comedy, drama, music & more!

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Paperclips - The Musical
Jun
1
to Jun 10

Paperclips - The Musical

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Presented by the London Fringe Festival

When Mrs. Flemington took part-time, minimum-wage work at a big box office supply store, she had no idea she would be there 8 years later -- still looking for her career job and searching for meaning.  'Paperclips' will leave your foot tappin', your funny bone shakin' and your heart-strings plucked.

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Riding Hood
Jun
1
to Jun 10

Riding Hood

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Presented by the London Fringe Festival

Just when you thought it was unsafe to go into the woods, an unexpected path appears as a scoundrel cries his voice into the night! Who do we call our enemy and why is it so? RidingHood.ca. A folk-rock opera for all ages, with a dynamic cast and score.

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Conversations Never Had
May
31
to Jun 10

Conversations Never Had

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Presented by the London Fringe Festival

For when we lose people and don't have the chance - for when we are misunderstood or unheard - our words can be so lost on you, so let us express through movement.

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Woody Sed
May
31
to Jun 10

Woody Sed

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Presented by the London Fringe Festival

Woody Sed, a new play about the life and times of Woody Guthrie and the songs he sang about them. Featuring 19 songs, Woody Sed offers a cascade of 25 colorful characters, all bundled up in a true to life tale.

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I Sound Like Mom
May
31
to Jun 10

I Sound Like Mom

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Presented by the London Fringe Festival

The age old story of resistance, denial, rebellion and struggle as one woman turns into the only person she never wanted to be. Join Meghan on this personal, heartbreaking and hilarious journey of becoming the strongest woman she knows: her mother.

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Doublespeak
May
31
to Jun 9

Doublespeak

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Presented by the London Fringe Festival

Doublespeak is a double feature dance performance presenting highly athletic and physically challenging works. First, dancers explore the meaning of being unique in today’s society. Followed by a strong all female cast that challenges the idea that men and women should be opposites, finding value and force in their femininity.

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Fool Muun Komming!
May
31
to Jun 10

Fool Muun Komming!

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Presented by the London Fringe Festival

A traveler from beyond the stars is coming to prepare you.  For what? For the giant asteroid hurtling toward Earth, of course! Carl Sagan meets Andy Kaufman meets Marcel Marceau on acid in, Fool Muun Komming!, a kaleidoscopic love letter to science fiction, the imagination, and weirdos everywhere. 

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London Fringe Performer Showcase
May
30
7:30pm 7:30pm

London Fringe Performer Showcase

Presented by the London Fringe Festival

Fringe performers will have 2 minutes each to pitch their shows. This could be an excerpt or some other enticement to lure you into their show. There are ticket giveaways, draw prizes, and Downtown Dollar draws. You must be at the Performer Showcase to win

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The Trials of Alice in Wonderland
May
19
7:00pm 7:00pm

The Trials of Alice in Wonderland

Presented by LYTE's Homeschool Theatre Program

Directed by Ruth Noonan

Based on two of the greatest works in children’s literature, this fast-paced and witty show is set in Wonderland’s courtroom, where Alice is on trial.  The Queen of Hearts is the judge, the Mad Hatter, White Rabbit, and Caterpillar are witnesses, and the jury is a deck of cards!  Poor Alice must try to prove her innocence by re-living the events of the adventures we’ve all come to love.  Her crime?  Growing and changing.  Both helping and hindering her are Tweedledee and Tweedledum, who spend most of their time trying to decide who is the attorney for the defence and who for the prosecution.  To win the case and save her head, Alice must embrace the truth about who she is and be willing to wake up from the dream of Wonderland.

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Twelfth Night
May
11
to May 21

Twelfth Night

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Written by William Shakespeare; Directed by Kaitlyn Rietdyk

Presented by the London Community Players

Imagine being shipwrecked and washing up on a foreign shore, barely escaping with your life, separated from your family, not knowing if they are alive or dead. To add to your distress, you are fearful of your status in this strange country, which may or may not welcome you. Once again, Shakespeare proves his relevance in today's world in this comedy of mistaken identities. 

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Saor
May
6
8:00pm 8:00pm

Saor

Presented by Squirrel Suit Productions in association with Funeral Pyre Theatre

Written and Performed by Carlyn Rhamey

Directed by Mel White

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Apr
22
6:30pm 6:30pm

Alice at the Palace

While our fundraising goals may seem impossible, here at the Palace Theatre with the help of our community we dream up impossible things every day.

We hope you will join the celebration and in doing so help Londoners to continue to "play a part". 

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Finn's Montessori Journey
Apr
19
to Apr 20

Finn's Montessori Journey

Written by Meghan O'Brien

Presented by The Montessori Academy of London

An original musical, Finn's Montessori Journey follows a boy through his Montessori education, highlighting the impact of the friends and characters he meets along the way. This musical performance is produced, directed, and performed by Montessori Academy of London's staff and students.

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Shrek the Musical JR.
Apr
4
to Apr 6

Shrek the Musical JR.

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Presented by St. Mary Choir School

Book + Lyrics by David Lindsay-Abaire; Music by Jeanine Tesoris; Directed by Laura Mern

Once upon a time, in a far away swamp, there lived an ogre named Shrek.  One day, Shrek finds his swamp invaded by banished fairytale misfits who have been cast off by Lord Farquaad, a tiny terror with big ambitions. When Shrek sets off with a wisecracking donkey to confront Farquaad, he's handed a task – if he rescues feisty princess Fiona, his swamp will be righted. Shrek tries to win Fiona’s love and vanquish Lord Farquaad, but a fairytale wouldn't be complete without a few twists and turns along the way.

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The Triumph of Teresa Harris
Mar
22
to Mar 25

The Triumph of Teresa Harris

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Written by Penn Kemp

Directed by Diane Haggerty

In collaboration with Eldon House

The youngest of the Harris clan, Teresa was an adventurous Victorian woman who broke free from the shackles of her era and became one of the greatest explorers of her time. 

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The Addams Family - A New Musical Comedy
Mar
15
to Mar 19

The Addams Family - A New Musical Comedy

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Book by Marshall Brickman + Rick Elice, Music + Lyrics by Andrew Lippa; Based on the characters created by Charles Addams; Directed by Ruth Noonan

Presented by London Youth Theatre Education

Meet the Addams Family: Gomez, Morticia, Wednesday, Pugsley, Uncle Fester, Grandma, and Lurch! In this original story, it's every father's nightmare. Wednesday Addams has fallen in love with a sweet, smart, young man from a respectable family - a man her parents have never met. Everything will change for the whole family on the fateful night they host a dinner for Wednesday's "normal" boyfriend and his parents. Come meet the family. We'll leave the lights off for you...

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Who's Afraid of Virgina Woolf?
Mar
1
to Mar 11

Who's Afraid of Virgina Woolf?

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Written By Edward Albee; Directed by John Pacheco

Presented by Pacheco Theatre

A bitter academic couple, George and Martha, invite the young Nick and Honey over for a nightcap. The evening quickly devolves into an exercise of wits - a war of words in which the past is fair game. 

*Rated 18+ for language and mature subject matter*

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