"Beautiful show tonight! I loved it. Well done all."
"Fantastic show - Old Love! Congrats to cast, director and crew! Very impressed with quality of the show."
Old Love can mean a chronological age or a remembrance of a time past – and sometimes it’s both! Although this play is romantic and clever, it’s definitely not sentimental. The story spans three decades and a handful of meetings. He was smitten from the first, and she, well let’s just say “less so.” The witty dialogue of this dramatic comedy keeps you chuckling and is laugh-out-loud-funny as each discovers what is important in life and in love.
Written by Canada’s preeminent comic playwright Norm Foster and directed by Candy O’Brien, this play will appeal to mature audiences. Due to language and subject matter, it is not recommended for children under 13.
Cast Members (in order of appearance): Peter Booth, Carole Ball, Ansonia Gray, Tracy Churchill, Geoff Ball.
Old Love plays on December 6, 7, 8m, 13, 14. Showtime 8pm / 2pm matinee on December 8. Tickets $15/$12 (Call 678-8040 for reservations).
CentreStage Theatre is located at 61 River Street, Kentville. For more information visit www.centrestagetheatre.ca
Kings County Home Hardware will be generously donating some great door prizes during Old Love. For $2.00 a ticket or 3 tickets for $5.00, you will get a chance to be a winner, or as we say in the theatre, the STAR! The winning ticket will be drawn at the last performance of the play.
For Old Love, the door prize will be a Keurig coffee machine and some coffee and tea! Could make a great Christmas gift or a “Merry Christmas to me” gift. Stop by the table in the lobby and help us continue the dream here at CentreStage. All funds will go towards the renovation project.
Saturday Dec. 7 at 2 PM Al Bernard will be bring his magic show to CentreStage Theatre Upper Performance Centre Cost is $5.00 per person
Bob and Bryen's Christmas Ho Ho Ho show will be held on Dec. 21st at 8pm in the upper performance theatre at Centrestage. Several of the performers include Cherie Zinck , her elf, Ernest, Teresa Patterson and some of the Sweet Peas from How the Pea Came to Be. The Valley Voices will be lending their musical notes to the joy of the evening. And, of course, there will be some surprises! Call 678-8040 to make reservations.
Cost of the evening will be $20.00 per person and will include finger foods. Beer and Wine will be available for purchase.
The second show of our season will be Separate Beds directed by Cherie Zinck. And guess what is needed? Yes, 2 twin beds or cots with matresses! If you could help with these rather important props, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
This is a very easy solution, no wrapping, no dusty afterwards involved! Why not buy gift certificates or season passes to CentreStage Centre! See Front of House or stop into Chisholms in Kentville or Rick’s Frame and Art in New Minas and they will be very happy to look after it for you. There done, mark those people off your list!
The Town of Kentville will now be sending out an e-newsletter twice a month to keep residents up to date on what is happening in town: events, recreation news, council notes and much more! Please click on this link to sign up! Please Share and spread the word!
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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.