61 River Street, Kentville

TICKETS: 902 678 8040

INFORMATION: 902 678 3502


Last Chance to See Separate Beds

"Thank you to Centre Stage for your production of Separate Beds! I know the audience will have great fun! Special thanks to the cast and crew! Break a leg! Cheers!" from Maryjane Cruise Author of Separate Beds

Book early as shows have been filling up!

What a great night for a cruise on the Royal Duchess Cruise Line! You will laugh and have such empathy for these couples on their anniversary cruise.
It was noted that several people brought cushions to sit on. A great idea, as our "deck chairs" need a bit more comfort!

Ernie and Twink are in the autumn of their lives. In celebration of their thirtieth wedding anniversary, the couple’s children send them on a Caribbean cruise. Free of chores and children, Ernie and Twink are wined, dined, and introduced to exciting people. When they meet the rich, seductive Blake and Beth, who still seem to have a perfect life together after ten years of marriage, Twink becomes infatuated with the glamour of the other couple’s lives and seeks to reignite the spark in her own marriage.

A Canadian Dramedy written by award-winning playwright, M.J. Cruise and directed by Chérie Zinck, this play will appeal to adult as well as mature young adult audiences.
Cast Members (in order of appearance): Trina Long, Mike L’Oiseau, Richard Stern and Liz Stern.

Separate Beds plays in the Upstairs Performance Centre at CentreStage on April 4, 5. Showtime 8 pm.
Tickets $15 Adults/$12 Students & Seniors (65+). Call 678-8040 for reservations.
There are no wheelchair accessible washrooms on this floor. There is a chairlift that will be operational.
CentreStage Theatre is located at 61 River Street, Kentville, NS.
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Contempt of Court Dinner Theatre: April 11 and 12

Thank you so much for supporting CentreStage for this fundraiser! The response has been tremendous. Join Mindy Vinqvist Tymchuk, Brian Cottam, Candy O’Brien, Chérie Zinck, Anna Gillash, Lauren Mills and Mike Kenny as they try to unravel some important court cases! See you in court!

There will also be a silent auction. Local businesses have put together packages to help support the theatre. Some businesses are Union Street Café, In Good Hands, Sisters’ Alternative, Farmer John, Valley Family Fun. Other packages include items for this year’s Apple Blossom Festival, theatre tickets for Quick As A Wink, Theatre Antigonish and Neptune. There is a return of the popular Ploughman’s lunch package!!! And other packages for each night! Only cash or cheques will be accepted on each night.

Just a spoon full of sugar

One of the silent auction packages at the Dinner Theatre will be this Mary Poppins bag along with 2 tickets to Neptune’s production of Mary Poppins. Oh, and something else that Mary always carries with her!

The court will be in session beginning at 6:15 with appetizers at 6:30. This will be held in the upstairs performance centre at CentreStage.

Please Consider Donating an Item to our Silent Auction
CentreStage is having a dinner theatre and silent auction on April 11 and 12. In addition to the dinner there will be silent auction items to bid on.

Our silent auction items this year are tailored at giving an event/experience. Ideas such as play tickets/meal, providing a special dinner, picnic/theatre, tea tasting with scones, gas certificates, etc. Individuals can contribute alone or several persons can get together to come up with something. Individuals could provide an item and others could add to it to provide a basket of goods. These are just some ideas and if you can help it would be greatly appreciated.

Please let us know if you are able to donate something.

Recycle, Reuse, And now Repurpose!

The old KCA school will soon be no more but that doesn’t mean there aren’t any treasures to be had! CentreStage received word that there might be some items that the theatre could use! After a quick look, the answer came back....Why, yes , yes, there are!

The Theatre will be able to use sound panels, wooden doors and a very large blue velvet curtain and many other sundry items which the theatre calls, props!!

We wish to thank the town of Kentville and its CAO, Mark Phillips, for once again supporting community theatre. Perhaps, Mark will join his son, Luke, on stage one of these days!

Sneak Peek at What's Coming:

Three to Get Married, A Nova Scotian Historical Comedy by Kay Hill: April 25 to May 31