61 River Street, Kentville

TICKETS: 902 678 8040

INFORMATION: 902 678 3502


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Come and Celebrate Spring at CentreStage With a “Cuppa”!

Come and enjoy the fun when a meeting of the Temperance Society goes “awry” (or rum-te-tum) in the musical Temperance in a Teacup by Hank Stinson and Mike Pendergast. The Temperance meetings will be held on April 17 and 18 in the Temperance Hall in Upper Performance Centre.

Tickets are $50. Call Lana Churchill, 902-542-2186, for more information or to reserve tickets for the Temperance meeting. Reservations can also be made at 902-678-8040.

Also Silent Auction, Lotto Tree and chances for a Golden Ticket!

Cast: Bob Cook, Mike Jorgensen, Carla MacKenzie, Bob Melanson, Davina Melanson, Valerie Rafuse, Heather Rushton, Bryen Stoddard

Come and join us for a 4-course roast beef dinner! Beer and wine will be available! Shhhhh, don’t tell the ladies!

Want to play? Have some fun with a new play script? For FREE? April 2, 7pm

CentreStage Theatre is holding an informal reading of The Joy of Villainy, by new local playwright Simon Pawlowski. Anyone who would enjoy reading aloud with others is invited. This is NOT an audition, just a chance for people to get together, have some fun with a new script, and let the author hear his work out loud. No experience necessary, all are welcome! This is a "just for fun" experience. And it's FREE!

The reading will be in the Upper Performance Centre, CentreStage Theatre, River Street, Kentville on Thursday, April 2nd, at 7 pm.

There will also be a developmental session, to help the playwright further develop the script, on Thursday, April 9th, same time and place. Any questions? Contact: or call (902) 582-7823.

Washer Toss Winner!

The winner of the washer toss game from A Murder is Announced is Mike Kenny. Let's hope there will lots of warm summer days ahead for the Kenny family to enjoy the game! Thanks Kings County Home Hardware for your continuing support of CentreStage.

Audition Notice: Too Soon For Daisies by William Dinner and William Morun

Director: Alan Tupper

Producer: Junie Hutchinson

Synopsis: Set in the 1960s, this comedy/thriller portrays three somewhat eccentric but determined women who have been cast off by society but aren't quite ready to be put out to pasture. They escape their old-age home and settle in the small waterfront village of Trotley, England where they conceal a dark and horrifying secret about their charming little cottage that, if revealed, will upset all of their plans to grow old... ungracefully.

Roles Available (all require British accents):

Mrs. Freda Grey (65+), the leader, shrewd widow who longs for love and a home (lead role).

Mrs. Joy Philpotts (65+), the poet, flighty, dreams of becoming a published author (lead role).

Mrs. Edie Boggs (65+), the Cockney pickpocket who has been serving her sentence in the old-age home (lead role).

Mr. Paul Vanderbloom/Police Constable (50+), doubling role as wealthy cottage owner in bad health and Policeman (supporting roles).

Dr. John Hunter (65+), charming country doctor looking for love (supporting role).

Jackie Jackson (20+), Paul’s niece on the run, looking for a home (supporting role).

Joe Pollop (40+), local handyman (supporting role).

Audition Dates: Saturday, April 11, 3 – 5pm and Monday, April 13, 7 – 9pm on Main Stage of Centrestage Theatre, 61 River Road, Kentville.

Performances will be July 31, August 1, 7, 8, 9m, 14, 15, 21, 22, 23m, 28, 29, September 4, 5. more information

March Break Camp 2015

Even a storm day could not deter these young thespians from presenting The Taming of the Shrew on March 20th. What a joy to follow them from the page to the stage, no fear of the Bard from this group!

And summer will come! If you are thinking of enrolling someone in the summer drama camps, please check out our webpage. The camps are filling up quickly, don’t be disappointed!

CentreStage has a Postal Box

CentreStage Theatre recently had a phone call from Canada Post in Kentville. Apparently, any mail addressed to 61 River St (and not box 742) had not been delivered because they didn't realize we had a box. Everything is now fixed, but please ensure you use the full mailing address when sending anything to CentreStage! Thanks!

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Sneak Peek at What's Coming:

The Hallelujah Girls: A Jones, Hope and Wooten comedy. April 24, 25, May 1, 2, 8, 9, 10m, 15, 16, 22, 23, 24m, 29, 30