News

 

 

 

61 River Street, Kentville

TICKETS: 902 678 8040

INFORMATION: 902 678 3502

News

Still Playing: Too Soon for Daisies

Three elderly ladies rebel against a 1960s world that has them locked up in an old folk’s home for the destitute. After escaping in a rowboat, they are washed ashore in the village of Trotley, England where they take over an abandoned cottage. Suddenly, a mysterious stranger shows up claiming to be the cottage's real owner, Before you can say "Bob's your Uncle", he drops dead of a heart attack and the ladies hatch a convoluted plan to hide the body. A nosy neighbour, a too-helpful handyman and the arrival of the dead man's niece all contribute to high-spirited fun. Can these determined women conceal a dark secret that, if revealed, will upset all their plans to grow old...ungracefully?

Too Soon for Daisies is written by William Dinner and William Morum and directed by Alan Tupper.

In order of appearance: Diana Bishop, Chérie Zinck, Sharon MacDonald, LeRoy Heffernan, Ray Baltzer, Sarah Perrault, and Ernest Zinck.

Shows: August 28, 29, September 4, 5

Showtime: 8 p.m.

Tickets $15/$12.

Call 902-678-8040 to reserve your seat.

Too Soon for Daises will appeal to all audiences.

Gift certificates and season passes are available at R.D. Chisholm's in Kentville and Rick’s Frame and Art in New Minas.

CentreStage Theatre is located at 61 River Street, Kentville.

The end of the 2015 Summer Season of Drama Camps

The drama camp season is quickly coming to a close. So many people have made it possible for us to say, "It's been the best season yet!" First, to the campers and their families who brought their spirit, energy and love of theatre every day by 9 AM.

To Colleen Hagen, Cynthia Myers, Mark Crouse and Micci Comeau, and their extraordinary talents that they so willingly shared at the camps, thank you.

To our energizer bunnies, Savannah Maxner, Lindsey Ross, Spencer Laing, these 3 young people gave it their all, this summer. We are so pleased to have had this venue so that their talents could shine as well: singing, multitasking, stapling, patience, joy of theatre, the list goes on. Good luck as they continue their studies in the field of theatre.

To our student volunteers, Kat Lewis, Emily Dutton, Kenzie Melanson , Sophie Elliott, Katie Kelley and Noah Holleman, we appreciate all you did. Have a great year in school

.

The plans for next year's camps are in the works!

See you next summer!

Auditions: The Importance Of Being Uncle Uncle Roscoe

It's almost Christmas - the season to be jolly - but things are going downhill fast at the Kendall's! 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. Sounds like a good old fashion Christmas show! This show will be on stage from November 6 to December 12.

Auditions will be held September 2 at 7 in the Upper Performance Centre.

Cast needed:

3 Men

3 or 4 Women

3 Teenagers: 1 Senior Boy, 1 Senior Girl, 1 Junior Girl

Call Chérie Zinck at (902) 542-4049 for more info.

Some Familiar Faces!

Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? is considered by many to be the greatest dramatic work to ever hit the stage. Come see Edward Albee's uncut and uncensored masterpiece! It is all happening at Studio Z, Al Whittle Theatre, Wolfville, on September 9,10,11,18,19 at 7 PM.

Mike Butler is the director and it stars Thea Burton, Paul Abela, Mike Dennis, Nicole Saulnier.

Tickets are $15.00 and can be purchased at TAN COFFEE, WOLFVILLE.

Edalene Theatre Fall Theatre School

Edalene Theatre is pleased to be offering theatre school for youth this fall. There are classes for youth aged 3-18.

Make Believe with Me! (ages 3-5) is a 40 minute class to introduce young children to the very basics of theatre through creative play. Classes: Mondays starting September 14 at the Al Whittle in Studio Z in Wolfville at 9:30am-10:10am. Price:$185.00

The Play's The Thing (ages 12-18) this 90 minute class is for the lover of the creative process. During this 10 week session, students will learn to create characters, develop plot and go through the process of shaping an idea into a play. Classes: Mondays starting September 14 at the Al Whittle Theatre in Studio Z in Wolfville from 6:00-7:30pm. Price:$250.00

Musical Theatre (ages 12-18) this 90 minute class is designed for the musical theatre enthusiast. The class will teach theatre technique, vocal and dance skills while answering the fundamental question- why musicals? No previous training is required but passion is a must. This class will bolster students’ performance skills and confidence. Classes: Mondays starting September 14 at the Al Whittle Theatre in Studio Z in Wolfville from 7:30-9pm. Price:$250.00

Exploring Theatre (ages 5-7) is a 45 minute class in which we learn the fundamentals of theatre, (like creating characters and telling stories) through games and activities. Classes: Tuesdays starting September 15 at the Al Whittle in Studio Z in Wolfville at 3:30pm-4:15. Price:$200.00

Musical Moments (ages 8-11) in this 10 week class we explore theatre through the world of musicals. We will work on creating characters, developing plot, and use music and dance to bring both to life. Over the course of the class, we will use characters to develop a plot that link our chosen pieces together into a mini musical. This class will teach theatre technique along with vocal and dance technique. Classes: Tuesdays starting September 15 at the Al Whittle Studio in Studio Z in Wolfville from 4:15-5:15. Price: $225.00

Creating Character (ages 8-11) in this 10 week class we will explore how to develop strong characters and how characters can interact to build and construct a play. Through exercises, games and improv we will collectively create a play that features characters from the students’ imagination. This class will challenge the imaginative to delve deeper, while bolstering cooperative skills and confidence. Classes: Wednesdays starting September 16 at the Al Whittle Theatre in Studio Z in Wolfville 4:15-5:15pm. Price: $225.00

More Information

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:

Much More Munsch: Robert Munsch stories Adapted by Irene Watts

September 12m, 13m, 19m, 20m, 26m, 27m

The Women of Lockerbie: A story of redemption by Deborah Brevoort

Sept 18, 19, 25, 26, Oct 2, 3, 4m, 9, 10, 16, 17, 18m, 23, 24