61 River Street, Kentville

TICKETS: 902 678 8040

INFORMATION: 902 678 3502


Opening soon: The Importance of Being Uncle Roscoe

It's almost Christmas - the season to be jolly - but things are going downhill fast at the Kendalls'! Carl's been fired, the budget won't stretch far enough to cover gifts for everyone and Uncle Roscoe's due to arrive any day for a visit. As a matter of fact, a reasonable facsimile of Uncle has arrived, a bit prematurely, and brought his friend Kenny! Oh-oh!
A thoroughly contemporary holiday celebration, warmly, wryly humorous and brimming with the love of living! The best for any season!

The play is written by Pat Cook and directed by Chérie Zinck.

Cast in order of appearance: Junie Hutchinson, Katie Goddard, Alan Tupper, Bob Cook, Erin MacInnis, Noah Holleman, Kevin Pearle, Susan Monro, Nancy Henry, Bryen Stoddard, Beth Irvine, Richard Richard

November 6,7,13,14,20,21,22m,27,28, December 4,5,6m,11,12
Show times: 8PM/2PM

A Family Show
Tickets $15/$12 (Call 678-8040 for reservations).

CentreStage Theatre is located at 61 River Street, Kentville.
For more information visit


The winner of the draw for The Women of Lockerbie was Jeannie Clements. There will be lots of winemaking this winter thanks to Kings County Home Hardware in Kentville! Thanks to everyone who stops and at the ticket table and supports CentreStage, from nuts and bolts you could say!

WIN at CentreStage

For the Renos Draw for The Importance of Being Uncle Roscoe, CentreStage is pleased to have Brenda Goodlad Esthetics join us.
Brenda has donated a basket of goodies and 2 gift certificates valued at $75 each. Break it into several gifts or keep it all for yourself! Brenda is located at TOGETHER Hair & Esthetics, 6998 Highway 1, 902-678-4144.
Stop at the table and check it out! Thanks for your continuing support of CentreStage.
Merry Christmas!

Remembering War Time Through Music and Theatre

CentreStage and Kings County Historical Society is once again partnering to present Remembering Wartime Through Music and Theatre.

Come to the Kings County Courthouse on November 6 and 7th and to reminisce about a time gone by with the help of artists from all over the Valley. Music will be provided by Nancie Armstrong and ReWind, Sally Wilkie, Bob Connon, Ed Coleman and Wayne MacDonald. Actors will include Bob Conan, Gabe Skaling, Brian Cottam, Darrell Doucette, Val Rafuse, Jax Bruneau, Joe-Anne Dobblestyne, Hannah Mitchell. The storyteller will be the intrepid Gordon Hansford! What an evening!Tickets are $12/$15, Season passes and gift certificates are not accepted.

The show begins at 7:30. Call the museum , (902) 678-623 or CentreStage answering service, 902-678-8040.

Auditions for Hyronymous Frog

Meet Hyronymous, a lonely and rather over-large frog, who lives in a swamp and eats bugs (which taste disgusting). Poor thing had no idea he was a man, let alone a prince, until a Good Witch came along and told him. Now he needs to learn how to act like a person and find a princess to kiss. Unfortunately, the only princess around is...well...a brat, who is already interested in a rather dim self-important knight (who's only successes are likely due to his much more intelligent page). Can the princess's handmaiden and the somewhat confused Queen help Hyronymous become the prince he is supposed to be?

This show has matinee performances Feb 13, 14, 20, 21, 27, 28 in 2016.
If you would like to help us bring this charming story to life, we are holding auditions Thursday Nov 12th from 7-8pm and Sun Nov 15th from 2-3pm. Any age from 12 and up are welcome to audition.

The roles are as follows:
Hyronymous (male, large role),
Gloria the Good Witch (female, small role),
Aunt Queen Bea (female, moderate role),
Princess Gladiola (female, moderate role)
Delphinium the handmaiden (female, large role)
Sir Lancelot Pancelot (male, moderate role)
Arthur the Page (male, small role)
Please contact Nancy Henry ( or Mindy Vinqvist-Tymchuk ( for more information

“Laura and Ben “ are coming home!

CentreStage Theatre will be hosting the North American premier of the locally produced short film “Laura and Ben” at 8pm on November 29th 2015. Shot in Kentville and produced and directed by Rick Saulnier, the film had its world premier at The Cannes Film Festival in May 2015. It stars many familiar faces from CentreStage including Diana Bishop, Peter Booth, Emily Lutz, Chérie Zinck, and John Smith. Come celebrate a Nova Scotia film with us. Wild Lupin will be providing technical support for this event.
There is no admission but there will be a cash bar for this occasion. Call 902-678-8040 for reservations.

Golf Cheese and Chess Society

A new theatre company, The Lighthouse Theatre Company, is producing The Golf, Cheese and Chess Society. It is loosely based on a code breaker at Bletchley Park in England during WWII. She had to keep her secret of working there for 60 years, and now it is a play to commemorate her and the thousands who worked there.

The play runs for three nights only at the Al Whittle Theatre in Wolfville starting at 7:30 on November 19, 20 and 21.
Adults - $15.00
Students/Seniors(65+) $12.00.
You can book your tickets at or take your chances at the door.

The cast includes Sherry Bishop, Tracy Churchill, Candy O'Brien, Emily Lutz and Mike Butler.
The play is written and directed by Allen Hume.

Happy New Year 2016!

Did we get your attention? Good!
Beginning with the first show in January, the curtain will go up at 7:30 pm.

Tickets will be sold in the lobby at 6:45: the doors to the Main Stage will open at 7:00. The opening time for matinees will remain at 2 pm with lobby opening at 1:15. Reservations are still needed.

Now you can relax for a few months!

A Few Reminders

CentreStage is only able to take cash or cheques when paying for tickets on play nights.
We strive to be a scent-free environment
Reservations are held until 15 minutes before show time.
Thanks for your support!

Sneak Peek at What's Coming:

Remembering Through Theatre and Music: November 6 and 7, Kings County Courthouse

The Importance of Being Uncle Roscoe - A Holiday Comedy by Pat Cook: November 6, 7, 13, 14, 20, 21, 22m, 28, 29, December 4, 5, 6m, 11, 12
Showtime 8pm; 2pm matinee on November 22 and December 6