Three to get Married by Kay Hill is a historic comedy set near Aylesford, Nova Scotia, in the 1830s. It tells how a resourceful clergyman sets out to marry off his three daughters. With the running of the first stagecoach in Nova Scotia, the Government is offering a subsidy of twenty-five pounds to any householder on the route who will open his home as an inn for the passengers. Horatio accepts the subsidy and lies in wait for eligible male passengers. Will it happen? Not if Aunt Lizzie has anything to say about it!
Three to Get Married is directed by Beth Irvine and will appeal from teens to older historic people! Cast in order of appearance, Darrell Doucette, Chantal Murphy, Hannah Gerrits, Emily Lutz, Nancy O’Halloran, Collyn Boon, Ryan Trimper, Kevin Irvine, Michael Bishop and Ryan MacNab.
Three to Get Married is playing in the Upper Performance Centre at CentreStage on April 25, 26, May 2, 3, 9,10,11m, 16,17,18m, 23, 24, 30, 31. There are no wheelchair accessible washrooms on that level. The chairlift will be operational.
Tickets $15 Adults/$12 Students & Seniors (65+). Call 678-8040 for reservations.
CentreStage Theatre is located at 61 River Street, Kentville, NS. For more information visit www.centrestagetheatre.ca
CentreStage Theatre is grateful to Ken Bezanson of Country Barn Antiques, Main Street, Port Williams, for the wonderful period additions to the set of Three to Get Married. Country Barn Antiques in a four story post-and-beam barn built in the 1860s. Browsers are welcome; buyers, adored!
What a weekend at CentreStage theatre! Two sold out crowds enjoyed the dinner put on by St. Joseph’s Knights of Columbus and the theatre production of Contempt of Court. It was very successful.
CentreStage would like to thank the following businesses for their support in providing product and services to our silent auction: Neptune Theatre, Swingology. Union Street, Quick As A Wink Theatre, Callisters, In Good Hands, Sister’s Alternative, Elements of Health, Kings County Home Hardware, Festival Antigonish, Dartmouth Players, Ship’s Company, Absolutely Fabulous Bed, Bath and Home, Julie Skaling Physiotherapy Clinic, Steeped Tea, Valley Family Fun, Farmer John’s Herbs and the Apple Blossom Festival. We certainly appreciate this type of contribution to our fundraising efforts.
Also to all the individuals who either donated items and /or their time., we owe great thanks. To the waiters who gave up their Friday and Saturdays nights to help with the dinner and clean up - thank you.
Not to be forgotten, the actors and crew whose journey began in late January - from the page to the stage, for the audience’s enjoyment. And to the audience who did their part, laughing and entering into the antics of CentreStage's Night Court! Court is now adjourned.
It certainly has been a busy few weeks at CentreStage. The Main Stage Theatre in the Lower Performance Centre is coming along nicely. The upgrades to the seating and lighting will add a great deal to the theatre goers’ enjoyment. These adjustments will also make it a more versatile space, allowing for non-theatrical uses such as presentations, seminars, visiting entertainers, workshops, and more. Everything is on schedule, knock on wood!
Meet Brian - a sweet and slightly awkward young man, who's just come to realize that the love of his life is actually his best friend's sister, the girl-next-door, Beth. Join Brian and Beth as they walk through some highly amusing scenes of their shared past, all leading up to Brian's unexpected realization. This is a very charming and amusing play for two people who are in (or can look like they are in) their early 20s.
Auditions are April 29th and 30th at 7:30pm at CentreStage Theatre in the upstairs performance area. If you have questions, please contact Mindy Vinqvist-Tymchuk at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sunday, May 4, 4pm, and Wednesday, May 7, 6pm at Studio Z (above the Al Whittle Theatre), Wolfville. A few back-up ghosts needed for the upcoming Valley Ghost Walk season. All ages & genders, please contact us for script. INFO: email@example.com www.valleyghostwalks.com
My Invisible Friend (or How I Learned the Disappearing Trick) -A family show by Nova Scotian playwright Cynthia Myers. June 14m, 15m, 21m, 22m, 28m, 29m Showtime 2pm; All performances in the upstairs performance centre
Tickets $5. Patrons please be advised this production is suited for some nine year olds, and older as it contains the mature themes of bullying and eating disorders.
Sleuth - A Tony award winning thriller by Anthony Shaffer. June 13, 14, 20, 21, 27, 28, July 4, 5, 6m, 11, 12; Showtime 8pm; 2pm matinee on July 6
Until We Meet Again- Join Nova Scotian playwright Colleen Hagen for Until We Meet Again, a new dramatic comedy, playing June 5-8 at CentreStage Theatre in Kentville. This is being presented by Plays for the Stage.