61 River Street, Kentville

TICKETS: 902 678 8040

INFORMATION: 902 678 3502


Last Chance to See Jerry Finnegan’s Sister

"Fantastic show! You both gave great performances. Loved the play."

"Had a great time at Centre Stage last night. If you haven't seen their latest play, do so. You won't be sorry!"

Although he is in his early 20s now, Brian Dowd can’t shake his feelings of self-doubt and social awkwardness whenever he’s anywhere near Jerry Finnegan’s sister, Beth. He’s felt this way since the age of seven when her family moved in next door. Beth has no idea of his unrequited love and it’s do or die for Brian when he learns that she is about to be married. Determined to declare himself at last, he’s resolved to meet his fears head-on. After all, what’s he got to lose – except the love of his life!

Written by Jack Neary, this highly acclaimed comedy will appeal to all audiences. It is directed by Mindy Vinqvist Tymchuk.

Cast Members (in order of appearance): Marc Hetu, Emily Lutz (August 29), Danielle Lutz (August 30).

Jerry Finnegan’s Sister opens in the newly renovated Main Stage Theatre on August 29, 30. Showtime 8 p.m.

Tickets $15/$12 (Call 678-8040 for reservations). CentreStage Theatre is located at 61 River Street, Kentville.

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Renovation Success!

Kentville - Nancy Henry takes viewers on a virtual tour of the renovated community theatre. Watch this great video from the Advertiser!

Summer Drama Camps 2014

The last duotang has been put away and quiet has descended upon the Upper Performance Centre during the day! The last 7 weeks have been fantastic - 170 campers have crossed the stage, singing, dancing and acting.

Along the way they have learned the value of working together and having a production ready for an audience every Friday. Oh, and having a great time doing it.

Thanks go to our artistic directors Mark Crouse, Cynthia Myers and Colleen Hagen, whose love of the art of performance is passed on to each camper. To our valued volunteers, Kat Lewis, Chesley Robichaud, Sabrina Doucette, Emily Dutton, Sophie Elliott, Mahaila Welton and Kiara Welton, thanks for the many hours you spent making the camps so successful. And thanks go the camp assistants, Micci Comeau, Savannah Maxner and Jessica Bundy, you are our left arms, right arms and feet at these camps! Special thanks to our donors, nine campers were able to participate because of your generosity. See you next summer!

Auditions for The Farndale Avenue Housing Estate Townswomen’s Guild Dramatic Society’s Production of A Christmas Carol

“Hilarious moments of delightful inventive silliness..” The Guardian This play will allow the actors to bring multi-personalities to the stage! Poor Charles Dickens........hmmmm, no, he would enjoy it as well.

Mrs. Reece: elegant, bossy, enterprising; any age

Thelma: quick-tempered prima donna; any age

Gordon: long-suffering stage manager, frozen-faced and monotonous when acting; any age

Felicity: nervous, well-meaning but incompetent actress; late 20’s

Mercedes: phlegmatic yet dogged; not young

Auditions will take place in the Main Stage area on September 7th at 7 PM.

Come prepared to sing or act out a Christmas carol that will showcase your personality. These are zany characters that will be a blast to play. If you are interested and cannot make this time, please contact the director, Candy O’Brien, at

Auditions for Sex Please, We're Sixty

Auditions are being called for the play, Sex Please We're Sixty. It is being directed by Wayne and Linda Marriott and runs from Jan 9th until Feb 14th, 2015. The play is about a woman that runs a B and B and has a neighbour, named "Bud the Stud", who woos her female guests. The lady is courted by another gentleman who has developed a little Blue Pill. The women decide to turn the tables and that is when the fun begins.

Needed are 2 to 4 Women in their 50's or 60's

Auditions will be held on the main stage at Centrestage on Sept 15th and Sept 16 from 7 to 8 pm.


Special Event in September: No Safe Harbour

Marion Abbott and East Coast Carolling of Halifax are pleased to bring their adaption of the book, No Safe Harbour, to CentreStage, September 5 and 6.

It is based on the book by Julie Lawson. The play depicts the physical and emotional devastation of the Halifax Explosion, through the eyes of a 12 year-old girl. Three young and versatile actors from Halifax will be on stage. East Coast Carolling will be providing the music.

It will be presented in the Upper Performance Centre beginning at 7:30 PM. CentreStage is pleased to announce that new chairs have been acquired for this area! All tickets are $12. CentreStage gift certificates and season passes are invalid for this show.

Call 678-8040 for reservations.

Sneak Peek at What's Coming:

My Boy Jack - A drama by David Haig. September 12, 13, 19, 20, 26, 27, October 3, 4, 10, 11, 17, 18

Babe the Sheep Pig. Family show by David Wood, based on the book by Dick King Smith. September 20m, 21m, 27m, 28m, October 4m, 5m Showtime 2pm; All performances in the upstairs performance centre. Tickets $5 (Call 678-8040)