If you are wondering what to do tonight, why not come down to CentreStage's production of Wait Until Dark!!! Well, don't wait until dark, you will miss it, door opens at 7:15!
Here's what audience members are saying:
Wait until Dark was awesome, if you get the chance to see it, do so, it's a must!
It will take your mind off your problems. I'm glad those characters stay on stage!
Great night watching, Wait Until Dark, at Centre Stage, in Kentville! Go if you can!
The actors had me right from the start.
The last scene was so intense, on the edge of my seat.
The actress who played Suzy was so believable. Was she really blind?
Wonderful performance by the young lady who played Gloria.
Aided by her difficult 10-year old neighbour, Gloria, housewife, Susy Hendrix, is learning to cope with recent blindness. She is terrorized in her own apartment by a group of criminals who believe she is hiding something that they want. This intense show features scenes of darkness and near darkness requiring the lighting of some matches, and is best suited to adults and teens.
Wait Until Dark, stage managed by Nancy Henry, is directed by Peter Booth and George Henry, and is produced by Linda Levy Fisk. It features Sharon Churchill Roe, Stephen Abbass, Mike Butler, Alex Trimper, Paul Abela, Aria MacDonald, Annelise Smith, Kaia Goss, Ryan Trimper, and Ryan MacNab.
Wait Until Dark plays on May 17, 18, 19 (matinée), 24, 25
Showtime 8:00 P.M. / 2 P.M.
Tickets $12/ $10. It’s strongly recommended that you call for reservations, 678-0840 and check out the website at, www.centrestagetheatre.ca for more information on this and other productions. Hope to see you there!
CentreStage would like to thank Bruce and Jeannie Fagan for their generous donation of clothes to the theatre. It "suits" us just fine! They are retiring and there are lots of great sales at Phinney's, check it out!
The upgrade of the east façade of CentreStage is proceeding well. Spray foam insulation has been applied and siding is being put in place. Two of the three types of siding being used are on back order, and this has delayed the completion of the project, but we are hopeful that work can recommence by mid-May. We thank all members of the CentreStage community for their patience during this construction.
Another proud supporter of CentreStage is Wolfville Hearing Clinic, Ltd and Babble and Beyond, 414 Main Street, Wolfville. Tim Fisk and Linda Levy Fisk and their two children, Aidan and Hannah are the family who “play” together! Linda has been in many productions at CentreStage, Aidan made his debut in On Golden Pond and along with his sister have attended many of our youth camps. Hannah has lent her talent assisting back stage in On Golden Pond and Nuncrackers. Tim is great for rounding up needed props! The whole family is involved with the Stage Prophets’ Production of Peter Pan in May. Our posters are proudly displayed in their window. Thanks Fisk family for all you do for CentreStage!
It's not too early to start thinking about what to do with the kids this summer! Send them to a CentreStage drama camp! CentreStage is offering a summer full of camps for kids from ages 5 and up, musicals and non-musicals. There is something for everyone. Details and registration information is available here: http://www.centrestagetheatre.ca/YouthTheatre.html
Theatre has many benefits for people of all ages. For $135, you can sponsor a child, who otherwise can’t afford it, to attend one of the drama camps at CentreStage Theatre this summer. If you would like to make a donation to support campers, please contact Lana Churchill at firstname.lastname@example.org Tax receipts will be issued.
Two Dumb Dogs: The Amazing Adventures of Ferdo and Floof - Family Show. This comedy about two no-so-bright dogs includes lessons about discovering self-confidence, using your brain and recognizing that following rules is sometimes a good thing. All seats $5 June 8 - 23
Nana's Naughty Knickers - a comedy by Katherine DiSavino - Bridget's plan to stay with her favourite Nana in New York for the summer quickly turns into an experience she'll never forget. It seems her sweet Grandma is running an illegal boutique from her apartment, selling hand-made naughty knickers to every senior citizen in the area! - June 7 to July 13
If you have any questions, or would like further information please contact us at email@example.com or phone 678-3502 and leave a message. CentreStage Theatre is located at 61 River Street, Kentville, near the police station.