Disney's High School Musical JR.
Aug
24
7:00 PM19:00

Disney's High School Musical JR.

Presented by London Youth Theatre Education


Disney Channel's smash hit movie musical comes to life on The Palace Theatre stage in Disney’s High School Musical JR. Troy, Gabriella and the students of East High must deal with issues of love, friends and family while balancing their classes and extra-curricular activities. The show’s infectious, danceable songs are sure to engage performers and audiences alike.

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Let the Music Come Alive
Sep
6
to Sep 9

Let the Music Come Alive

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The World Premiere of a New Canadian Musical!

Written by Carla Rose Kelly

Music by Calvin Kelly and Carla Rose Kelly

This is an emotional, compelling musical that will evoke everything from laughter to tears of sorrow and joy, just like life itself.  While Matthew Godkin suffers from a life-threatening heart attack, his thirteen-year-old daughter, Angelika, is determined to help him get better. Gifted with a new harp, she discovers the powers within music to help her dad's heart heal. Because we never really know what life has in store for us, a shocking turn of events gives us yet another opportunity to think deeply about the meaning of life. Suitable for ages 10 and up.

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Becky's New Car by Steven Dietz
Sep
20
to Sep 30

Becky's New Car by Steven Dietz

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Directed by Barry Tepperman

Produced by Mona Brennan-Coles

Presented by the London Community Players

When a woman says she needs new shoes, what she really means is she wants a new job. When she says she needs a new house, what she really needs is a new husband. And when she says she wants a new car, what she really wants is a new life. One night, by chance, she is offered the opportunity to step into another life, and she takes it. Becky’s New Car is about life, love, marriage and detours we take on the road to happiness.

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The Memory of Water by Shelagh Stephenson
Nov
1
to Nov 11

The Memory of Water by Shelagh Stephenson

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Directed by Cindi Armer-Almeida

Produced by Mona Brennan-Coles

Presented by the London Community Players

Three estranged sisters meet on the eve of their mother’s funeral. As they attempt to organize the funeral, alternative memories of their childhood wash over them and the secrets of their separate lives are revealed. Laughter and tears, memories fade, blur and persist as the sisters reminisce, watched over by the ghost of the mother to whom they are preparing to say goodbye.

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The December Man (L'homme de décembre) by Colleen Murphy
Nov
8
to Nov 17

The December Man (L'homme de décembre) by Colleen Murphy

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Directed by Stephen Mitchell

Produced by Mona Brennan-Coles

Presented by the London Community Players

Engineering student Jean Fournier escapes the 1989 Montreal Massacre.  But his life spirals downward as his feelings overwhelm him. His parents, Benoît and Kathleen, are put to the test as they try to help their only son find a way to cope. Playwright Colleen Murphy takes us back through the lives of the fictional Fournier family and in so doing gives a poignancy to the words, fears, and jests we share every day without knowing how significant they may become.

In simple and sensitive dialogue, The December Man (L'homme de décembre) examines our feelings in times of darkness.  The depth of the Fournier's love for one another will strike a universal chord.

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Disney's Beauty and the Beast
Nov
29
to Dec 9

Disney's Beauty and the Beast

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Book by Linda Woolverton; Music by Alan Menken; Lyrics by Howard Ashman & Tim Rice

Directed by Ceris Thomas; Produced by Debra Chantler

Presented by the London Community Players

Be Our Guest as we invite you to step into the enchanted world of Broadway's modern classic, Disney's Beauty and the Beast. Based upon the Academy Award-winning animated feature, this stage version includes all of the wonderful songs written by Alan Menken and the late Howard Ashman, along with new songs by Mr. Menken and Tim Rice. Nominated for nine Tony Awards, including Best Musical. You and your family will be thrilled by the wonder and adventure of this Tale as Old as Time.  

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Junie B. Jones Jr. The Musical by Marcy Heisler
Dec
19
to Dec 22

Junie B. Jones Jr. The Musical by Marcy Heisler

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Directed by Ruth Noonan

Presented by London Youth Theatre Education

Join Junie B. on her first day of first grade, where many changes are in store: Junie's best friend Lucille has found new best friends - and Junie B. makes friends with Herb, the new kid at school. While in Mr. Scary's class Junie has trouble reading the blackboard - and she may need   glasses. Add in a friendly cafeteria lady, an intense kickball tournament and a "Top-Secret Personal Beeswax Journal," and first grade has never been more exciting.

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Susannah the Opera by Carlisle Floyd
Jan
17
to Jan 20

Susannah the Opera by Carlisle Floyd

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Directed by Martha Zimmerman

Presented by PECK Productions

Based on the Apocryphal tale “Susannah and the Elders", the opera is set in the 1950's backwoods of Tennessee and centres around 18-year-old Susannah. The innocent Susannah faces hostility from the women in her community for her beauty and the attention it attracts from their husbands. She also catches the eye of newly-arrived Reverend Olin Blitch, whose influence will ultimately lead Susannah and this community to tragedy. 

Sixty years after its creation, the stunning music and moving story of Susannah continue to be incredibly poignant.

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The Nerd by Larry Shue
Jan
31
to Feb 10

The Nerd by Larry Shue

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Directed by Rob Faust

Produced by Christopher F. Parker

Presented by the London Community Players

Nerd (also Nurd) Noun: A foolish or contemptible person who lacks social skills or is boringly studious. Faced with social obligations and a long-owed debt, a long lost "friend" arrives for a visit and it soon becomes apparent the guest is a Nerd.   One uproarious incident after another until the host starts to contemplate violence... a dire development which is staved off by a surprising "twist" ending of the Play.

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Surrender, Dorothy by Liz Best
Feb
7
to Feb 16

Surrender, Dorothy by Liz Best

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Directed by Dinah Watts

Produced by Ashleigh Barney

Presented by the London Community Players

So you think fifty is too late to shake things up and put yourself out there?  Ally doesn’t think so and if getting back in the game with bags, sags, and wrinkles isn’t enough, she dares her friends to take a chance and join her in the uncertain world of online dating.  The results are hilarious and touching and might make you wonder if anyone is ever who they say they are.

Playwright Liz Best gives us a heartfelt look at friendship, love, and secrets among five women who have shared everything.  They prove it’s never too late to take a chance, never too late to learn from each other, and never too late to surrender your heart.

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The Hunchback of Notre Dame by Peter Parnell
Feb
14
to Feb 24

The Hunchback of Notre Dame by Peter Parnell

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Directed by Alexandra Kane & Kaitlyn Rietdyk

Presented by AK Arts Academy

Based on the Victor Hugo novel and songs from the Disney animated feature, The Hunchback of Notre Dame showcases the film’s Academy Award-nominated score, as well as new songs by Menken and Schwartz. The characters we all know: the beautiful gypsy Esmeralda, Quasimodo the deformed Bell Ringer with a heart of gold, the handsome Captain Phoebus,  Frollo, and the evil cardinal... all brought to life in this magical production.

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Seussical by Stephen Flaherty & Lynn Ahrens
Mar
13
to Mar 17

Seussical by Stephen Flaherty & Lynn Ahrens

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Directed by Ruth Noonan

Presented by London Youth Theatre Education

The Cat in the Hat tells the story of Horton, an elephant who discovers a speck of dust that contains the Whos, including Jojo, a Who child sent off to military school for thinking too many "thinks." Horton faces a double challenge: not only must he protect the Whos from a world of naysayers and dangers, but he must guard an abandoned egg, left in his care by the irresponsible Mayzie La Bird. Although Horton faces ridicule, danger, kidnapping and a trial, the intrepid Gertrude McFuzz never loses faith in him. Ultimately, the powers of friendship, loyalty, family and community are challenged and emerge triumphant.

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1949 by David French
Mar
28
to Apr 7

1949 by David French

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Directed by Sue Perkins

Presented by the London Community Players

Meet the Mercer family, dealing with the emotional and political decisions that the characters must come to as Newfoundland joins Confederation on April Fool’s Day of 1949. As recent immigrants to Toronto, the members of the Mercer family see this event both as a  new future and as a loss of Newfoundland’s culture and independence. This Canadian Classic will be playing over the 70th Anniversary of this historical event.

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Stag and Doe by Mark Crawford
May
2
to May 12

Stag and Doe by Mark Crawford

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Directed by Phyllis Leighton

Presented by the London Community Players

Here come the Brides! Hysterically-funny, a wildly turning and unexpectedly touching slice of small-town life that boils over with riotous, prenuptial shenanigans. Talk about marital mayhem as new-found relationships emerge in this hilarious look at small-town weddings gone wrong. LCP is proud & honoured to be hosting the Amateur Premier of this amazing, new comedy.

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The Who's Tommy by Des McAnuff & Pete Townshend
May
16
to May 25

The Who's Tommy by Des McAnuff & Pete Townshend

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Directed by John Pacheco

Presented by Pacheco Theatre

Based on the iconic 1969 rock concept album, The Who's Tommy is an exhilarating story of hope, healing and the human spirit. The story of the pinball-playing, deaf, dumb and blind boy who triumphs over his adversities has inspired, amazed, and puzzled audiences for more than forty years.

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Her Naked Skin by Rebecca Lenkiewicz
Jun
19
to Jun 23

Her Naked Skin by Rebecca Lenkiewicz

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Directed by Kaitlyn Rietdyk

Presented by New Stage

London 1913. Militancy in the Suffragette Movement is at its height. Women of all classes stand, fight, and serve time side-by-side in their struggle to gain the vote. In between the forced feedings and guard brutality of Holloway Prison, Lady Celia Cain meets the young seamstress Eve Douglas, and their lives on the outside will never be the same. With Europe on the brink of war and emancipation almost in sight, the women of London refuse to sit down and behave.

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Finding Hyde, a Staged Reading of a new work by Sean Brennan
Jul
29
8:00 PM20:00

Finding Hyde, a Staged Reading of a new work by Sean Brennan

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Presented by Banished by the King Productions

Co-hosted by LCP's Playreading Committee & Procunier Production Committee

In 1888, esteemed actor, Richard Mansfield, began his run in the dual role of Dr. Henry Jekyll and Mr. Edward Hyde at the Lyceum Theatre in London’s West End. It was an artistic triumph, albeit a financial failure. T.R. Sullivan’s script, while modifying Robert Louis Stevenson’s original to include a fiancée for Dr. Jekyll, has been the basis for many of the adaptations of the famous story.
 
While the Ripper Murders raged on during the summer of 1888, Richard Mansfield, due to the reality of his portrayal of Hyde, garnered suspicion, for a time, as Jack the Ripper. 

Fast forward 20 years later, to 1908 – Mansfield, having passed away in 1907, is being honoured as a remount of Jekyll and Hyde is being commissioned at the very theatre it was last performed in. Frederick Douglas, American thespian, has been brought over to command the role Mansfield made famous. Rehearsals are underway and Douglas is struggling to capture the essence of Hyde. With opening night fast approaching, everyone is on edge – especially Douglas, who has had a strange visitor haunting him during the rehearsal period.

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The Big Bad Musical by Alec Strum; Music & Lyrics by Bill Francoeur
Jul
27
7:00 PM19:00

The Big Bad Musical by Alec Strum; Music & Lyrics by Bill Francoeur

Presented by London Youth Theatre Education

A courtroom has never been more lively and fun than in The Big Bad Musical! The notorious Big Bad Wolf is being slapped with a class-action lawsuit by storybooks of quirky characters who want to get even:  Little Red Riding Hood, her Grandmother, the Three Little Pigs and the Shepherd in charge of the Boy Who Cried Wolf.  As our wronged fairy tale characters testify, the wolf seems deserving of all that’s coming.  Yet, even though the infamous Evil Stepmother resents doing pro-bono work on such an obviously futile defense, Mr. Wolf makes a good case for himself.  Was he born a criminal, or made one? 

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The Farndale Avenue Housing Estate Townswomen's Guild Dramatic Society's Production of Macbeth... a comedy
Jul
5
to Jul 14

The Farndale Avenue Housing Estate Townswomen's Guild Dramatic Society's Production of Macbeth... a comedy

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Written by David McGillivray, Walter Zerlin Jr., and William Shakespeare

Directed by Kaitlyn Rietdyk; Produced by Cindi Armer-Almeida

Presented by New Stage

The ladies of the Farndale Avenue Housing Estate Townswomen's Guild Dramatic Society mount an all-out assault on the Bard with this startlingly original production of Macbeth, staged to get them to the Welwyn Garden City Local Area Drama Finals. Even though all events and circumstances conspire against the ladies of FAHETGDS on the night they're adjudicated by the curiously gregarious Mr. Peach, no amount of malfunctioning lights, mislaid props or missing actors will keep them from finishing the accursed Scottish Play.

Originally written for the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, the shows of the Farndale Ave Series are a treat for theatre veterans and novices alike. This production is performed by the participants of the first-ever cycle of New Stage, LCP's training program for passionate adults with little-to-no on-stage experience.

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Bad Ideas for Bad Television by Don Zolidis
Jun
21
to Jun 23

Bad Ideas for Bad Television by Don Zolidis

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Presented by London Youth Theatre Education

Two desperate NBC executives need a new prime time show and they need it now, so they've turned to the general viewing public for help. A ragtag collection of would-be producers show up in droves to submit ideas for the network's next big hit, pitching everything from a sitcom starring Jean-Paul Sartre to a singing competition in which the contestants are encouraged to sabotage each other. A zany, satirical take on the absurdity of contemporary entertainment that won't need a canned laugh track.

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26 Pebbles by Eric Ulloa
May
24
to May 26

26 Pebbles by Eric Ulloa

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Directed by Ruth Noonan

Presented by London Youth Theatre Education

On December 14, 2012, Adam Lanza walked into Sandy Hook Elementary School and killed 26 innocent souls before taking his own life. These 26 innocent deaths, like pebbles thrown into a pond, created ripples and vibrations that we felt far beyond their initial rings. This is the story of those vibrations. 

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TOFest18: Dead Accounts
May
19
8:00 PM20:00

TOFest18: Dead Accounts

By Theresa Rebeck

Presented by Ottawa Little Theatre

Representing Eastern Ontario Drama League at Theatre Ontario Festival 2018

Directed by Geoff Gruson

When Jack makes a sudden return from Wall Street to his Midwest family home, his sister Lorna demands answers. Is he coming home or running away? What happened to the wife everyone hates? And where did he get all that money? This dark comedy by one of America’s leading contemporary writers (NYPD Blue, Law and Order: Criminal Intent, Smash, and Mauritius) tackles the timeless issues of corporate greed, small town values, and whether or not your family will always welcome you back…with no questions asked.

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TOFest18: Tempting Providence
May
18
8:00 PM20:00

TOFest18: Tempting Providence

By Robert Chafe

Presented by Elliot Lake Amateur Theatre Ensemble

Representing QUONTA (Northeastern Ontario) at Theatre Ontario Festival 2018

Directed by Murray Finn

Tempting Providence tells the story of Nurse Myra Bennett. Myra came in the early 1920’s to serve as district nurse for outport communities along the west coast of Newfoundland. She was hired for two years. When that was done, she married and stayed. For the next 40 years, she, for the most part, did the job for free.

The community of Daniel’s Harbour holds Myra in high esteem. The Nurse Myra Bennett Foundation maintains her home as a museum. They continue to raise funds to support young people entering the medical profession and they commissioned this play, written by Robert Chafe. The play has toured Newfoundland and across Canada. It is performed regularly in nearby Cow’s Head as a tourist attraction.

ELATE is proud to honour Myra and nurses like her who contribute so much to our communities.

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TOFest18: Little Gem
May
17
8:00 PM20:00

TOFest18: Little Gem

By Elaine Murphy

Presented by Toronto Irish Players

Representing the Association of Community Theatres Central Ontario at Theatre Ontario Festival 2018

Directed by Cliona Kenny

Toronto Irish Players are proud to bring Little Gem, the debut script from Dublin’s Elaine Murphy, to the 2018 Theatre Ontario Showcase. Little Gem debuted at the 2008 Dublin Fringe Festival before winning “Best in Edinburgh” at the Edinburg Fringe in 2009.

Loosely based on stories gleaned from the playwright’s time working at a women’s health organization, Little Gem tells the story of a year in the lives of three women of three generations in the same family. At times hilarious and at times poignant, Amber, Lorraine and Kay speak in a series of interwoven monologues revealing their lively north Dublin personalities and the cycle of challenges that they face. Like any other nineteen-year-old, the sassy, impetuous Amber loves to party but is not so big on communication, especially with Mum. Lorraine worries about her daughter’s silence, has changed the locks on the doors, and is anxious, very anxious. Salsa lessons seem to help. Grandmother Kay, “on the wrong side of sixty, not dead”, is concerned about her family and misses the intimacies which she can no longer share with her stroke-stricken husband. Amber, Lorraine and Kay meet their age-appropriate situations with courage, humour, growing family strength and salty language.

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TOFest18: On A First Name Basis
May
16
8:00 PM20:00

TOFest18: On A First Name Basis

By Norm Foster

Presented by Elmira Theatre Company

Representing Western Ontario Drama League at Theatre Ontario Festival 2018

Directed by Rita Huschka


David, a successful and wealthy spy novelist with writer’s block, has received some devastating news. Lucy, his dedicated housekeeper of twenty-eight years, has her own secret that she’s afraid to admit. As Lucy is getting ready to end her shift, David invites her to stay and have a drink. He realizes he knows nothing about his maid of twenty-eight years. She, on the other hand, knows absolutely everything about him. He is curious about the woman who’s been tending to his house all these years. But as the night sets in and the drinks start to flow, the revelations that reveal themselves are surprising, funny and extremely moving. Their journey is full of laughter and surprises. This is a love story and a social commentary wrapped up in witty dialogue and vivid imagery.

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The Mysterious Case of the Missing Ring
May
10
to May 12

The Mysterious Case of the Missing Ring

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Written by Janie Downey Maxell

Directed by Kathy Quale Pinkerton

Presented by London Youth Theatre Education

The royal ring is missing, and the queen won’t sleep until the royal detectives (all 13 of them!) find it. You’ve never met a more eclectic and eccentric group all in one play! As they scour the Queendom in search of the royal ring, chatty maids follow the harried queen around while the devious butler spouts suspiciously evil laughs every time a clue goes awry. In this fast-paced, madcap mystery, you’ll find delightful comedy for all ages in every quirky character... and a surprise ending that rings true!

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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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Point of Honour
May
2
to May 5

Point of Honour

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Written by John Krisak

Directed by Julia Webb

Presented by Arbitrary Angle Theatre Company

As young men, friends and rivals Zoltan and Dariusz were world-class fencers - medalists at the ill-fated Munich Olympics of 1972. Now, some four decades later, long estranged, Dariusz seeks out his old friend. More than time separates these two vigorous men. What Dariusz demands of Zoltan could get one - or both  - killed. 

Cascading memories. Beleaguered honour. Flinty stoicism. Flashpoint. What is the right way for a man to live? Attack, or parry?

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Albertine in Five Times
Apr
12
to Apr 21

Albertine in Five Times

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Written by Michel Tremblay

Translated by Linda Gaboriau

Directed by Rob Coles

Presented by the London Community Players

Michel Tremblay’s well-loved and award-winning play presents the story of one woman, Albertine, at five different times in her life. The older Albertines warn the younger ones of what is to come – “Our fate depends on you,” Albertine at 70 says to Albertine at 30.  Together, with her sister Madeleine, these five Albertines provide a moving portrait of the extraordinary life of an “ordinary” woman.

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Summer of Love Event "Get Hippie"
Apr
11
7:00 PM19:00

Summer of Love Event "Get Hippie"

Presented by the London Beatles Festival

Sing and dance those winter blues away, and rock to the Summer of Love. Go back to a time when Peace and Love was all we knew. Featuring: Brit Sound; Reunion; Ringer Star & the cast of the London Beatles Festival.

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Lionel Bart's OLIVER!
Mar
14
to Mar 18

Lionel Bart's OLIVER!

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Book, Music, & Lyrics: Lionel Bart

Director & Choreographer: Ruth Noonan

Music Director: Kristina Baron-Woods

Presented by LYTE

The streets of Victorian England come to life as Oliver, a malnourished orphan in a workhouse becomes the neglected apprentice of an undertaker. Oliver escapes to London and finds acceptance amongst a group of petty thieves and pickpockets led by the elderly Fagin. When Oliver is captured for a theft that he did not commit, the benevolent victim, Mr. Brownlow takes him in. Fearing the safety of his hideout, Fagin employs the sinister Bill Sikes and the sympathetic Nancy to kidnap him back, threatening Oliver’s chances of discovering the true love of a family.

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This Above All
Mar
1
to Mar 10

This Above All

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Written by Diane Vanden Hoven

Directed by Sue Perkins

Presented by the London Community Players

Prudence Heward was a Canadian artist. Lawren Harris was a Canadian artist, a member of the Group of Seven. This is their story.

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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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1st Connect for Mental Health Youth Talent Gala
Feb
2
7:00 PM19:00

1st Connect for Mental Health Youth Talent Gala

Presented by CONNECT for Mental Health and Pastiche Arts Initiative

Friday, February 2nd, starting at 7:00 PM

Tickets: $15 for Students/Seniors; $20 for Adults

CONNECT for Mental Health is hosting a Variety Show at The Palace Theatre! This is going to be an amazing night of talent to support youth mental wellness programs in our community!

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Harvest
Feb
1
to Feb 10

Harvest

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Written by Ken Cameron

Directed by Bill Meaden

Presented by the London Community Players

Based on the real-life experiences of the playwright's parents, this comedy,  Harvest tells the story of Allan and Charlotte, farmers who trade their lives in the country for a condo in the city.  When they rent their farmhouse to a young pilot intent on raising a different "crop," they begin a journey filled with an assortment of unforgettable characters all played by the same two talented actors.

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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 Allan 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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Trivia Night at the Palace!
Jan
12
7:00 PM19:00

Trivia Night at the Palace!

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A fun-filled night with Quizmaster-extraordinaire David Bogaert! Come for the trivia, stay for the refreshments, cash bar, door prizes, and GLORY. $10 per person, 4-8 people per team, singles & pairs are welcome. 

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New Year's Eve Masquerade Ball
Dec
31
to Jan 1

New Year's Eve Masquerade Ball

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Join in an evening to remember – dance at the ball, enjoy good fellowship, renaissance themed entertainment and late-night refreshments. Dances will be “called” and instructed – easy enough for first timers!

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Presented by the Oxford Renaissance Festival

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The Nutcracker
Dec
16
to Dec 17

The Nutcracker

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Presented by Dance Steps Company

Artistic Director: Donna Bayley

Dance Steps Company is thrilled to present the holiday tradition The Nutcracker for the 11th season. The enchanting story of Clara and her magical Nutcracker Prince is brought to life with a cast of over 70 dancers from Dance Steps. Masterly staged and choreographed by Artistic Director Donna Bayley, as well as Krista Conti, and theatre coaching by Julia Webb, this glorious production pays homage to E.T.A Hoffmann’s classic tale and Tchaikovsky’s beautifully written score. Some of the traditional dances include the Battle of the Rat King and Nutcracker, Sugar Plum Fairy, Chinese Dance, Spanish Dance, Dance of the Snowflakes, and more!

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The Grunch
Dec
13
to Dec 16

The Grunch

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Book, Music, and Lyrics by Denver Casado & Betina Hershey; Musical Arrangements by Denver Casado; Additional Material by Brian Dawson

Directed by Hailey Hill

Musical Direction by Connor Englert

Choreography by Cassandra De Felice

Presented by LYTE

Inspired by "The Grinch Who Stole Christmas", The Grunch tells the story of Rudy Grunch, a grumpy 6th grader who always feels like an outsider. When the entire school gets excited about the annual school musical, she comes up with a perfect plan to ruin it for everyone; she'll steal the sets, costumes, and lights the night before it opens. But will the spirit of theatre prevail?

Procunier Hall at the Palace Theatre

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My Name Is Spaceman
Nov
30
to Dec 2

My Name Is Spaceman

  • Procunier Hall at the Palace Theatre (map)
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Written by Erin J. Walker

Presented by Tinkerspace Theatre

Cancer sucks. So does being lost in space. One family tackles both, in an imaginative exploration of life, death, belief, and finding your place in a vast, uncaring universe.

Procunier Hall at the Palace Theatre

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Anne of Green Gables
Nov
30
to Dec 10

Anne of Green Gables

  • Main Stage at the Palace Theatre (map)
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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.  

Main Stage at the Palace Theatre ** APPLICABLE FOR FLEX TICKETS

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