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The Blyth Festival – Canada’s Beacon of New Canadian Plays

Founded in 1975, the Blyth Festival is Canada’s beacon of New Canadian Plays. With more than 200 productions to date, Blyth is renowned across the country as the creation house where original plays are born, and great Canadian playwrights thrive. … Continue reading →

Have Will(iam), Will Travel — How Driftwood Theatre is making community connections through Shakespeare this summer

The Bard’s Bus Tour The play, we know. The setting, no one could have prepared for. Driftwood Theatre’s redesign of Shakespeare’s Othello, the compelling tale of race, jealousy and revenge, transports the characters to the island of Cyprus in the … Continue reading →

Upper Canada Playhouse – pretty much as far east in Ontario as you can get…BUT it’s worth it!!

  What’s On Right Now!   We’re kicking off the season with a dynamite Neil Simon comedy BAREFOOT IN THE PARK running til July 2. Crowds are already flocking to this retro but always modern classic comedy about love and … Continue reading →

Drayton Entertainment – A piece of rock ’n’ roll history live on stage at three summer theatres across Ontario

Earlier this spring, Dunfield Theatre Cambridge was rocking out to a little piece of music history. Audience members declared it a mega-hit!  Now, Million Dollar Quartet, the hit musical inspired by true events, is heading up the highway to the … Continue reading →

Shaw Festival 2017 – Fasten Your Seat Belts!

  Written by Shaw Festival Artistic Director, Tim Carroll Here we go: my first season as Artistic Director of the Shaw Festival. How to start? Saint Joan, of course. Have to do a Shaw play in my first season, and … Continue reading →

Gravenhurst Opera House – A Tradition worth Coming Back For

  Thanks to actor John Holden and his players, in 1934 summer theatre in Canada was born and the birthplace…Muskoka. First it was the John Holden Players then the Straw Hat Players and eventually the Muskoka Festival where many a … Continue reading →