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"Small Mouth Sounds"

by Bess Wohl

Dates: February 8th-18th.


Synopsis: Immerse yourself in the serenity of nature and the chaos of human connection in "Small Mouth Sounds." Directed by our Artistic Director Skyler Matthias, this thought-provoking play takes you on a silent retreat where six individuals embark on a journey of self-discovery. With minimal dialogue, the play explores the beauty of silence, creating a visually stunning and emotionally resonant experience.

Special Event: "White Rabbit Red Rabbit"

by Nassim Solimanpour


Dates: March 13th-18th at The Mallardi Theatre and March 21st-23rd at Western University.


Synopsis: "White Rabbit Red Rabbit" is an electrifying theatrical experiment that challenges the norms of traditional performance. With a different actor at every show, the play unfolds uniquely each night, exploring themes of freedom, choice, and the power of storytelling. Collaborating with the Western University Theatre department adds an extra layer of creativity and diversity to this unmissable experience.


"Every Brilliant Thing"

by Duncan MacMillan with Donny Jonahoe

Dates: May 2nd-12th.

Synopsis: Experience the transformative power of resilience and joy in "Every Brilliant Thing." Directed by our Executive Director Alec Lindeman, this heartwarming play follows a protagonist who compiles a list of life's brilliant things as a coping mechanism. Filled with humor and poignant moments, the play invites the audience to reflect on the beauty found in life's simplest pleasures.

"Love Letters"

by A.R. Gurney


Dates: June 13th-23rd


Synopsis: "Love Letters" is a heartwarming exploration of love and connection through the art of letter writing. The play follows the lives of Melissa and Andrew as their stories unfold through a lifetime of correspondence. Join us for an intimate and nostalgic journey that celebrates the enduring power of the written word and the timeless bonds that connect us all.


"The Odd Couple"

by Neil Simon

Dates: July 11th-21st


Synopsis: Get ready for a laughter-filled ride with Neil Simon's classic comedy, "The Odd Couple." Directed by Mary Tuck, this uproarious play brings together two mismatched roommates, Felix and Oscar, in a series of hilarious misadventures. Join us for a night of comedic brilliance and unexpected friendships.

"Elvis Has Left the Building"

by V.Cate

Dates: August 22nd-September 1st


Synopsis: Step back into the world of rock 'n' roll nostalgia with "Elvis Has Left the Building." Directed by Michael Baim, this musical extravaganza follows the legendary Colonel as he navigates a sticky situation when the real Elvis skips out on an appearance.


"Edgar Allen Poe Afterlife Radio Show"

by Jason Pizzarello and Patrick Greene

Dates: October 3rd-6th

Synopsis: In our Teens On Stage showcase, we present "The Edgar Allan Poe Afterlife Radio Show," a thrilling blend of classic Poe tales in a unique radio show format. Our talented young performers bring these dark and mysterious stories to life, offering a fresh and contemporary twist to Poe's timeless tales. Get ready for a spine-tingling evening that showcases the creativity and talent of our emerging young stars.

"The Giver"

by Eric Coble

Dates: November 7th-17th


Synopsis: Enter a thought-provoking dystopian world in "The Giver," adapted by Eric Coble. Directed by Artistic Director Skyler Matthias, this gripping play explores the consequences of a utopian society where emotions are suppressed. Join us for a visually stunning and emotionally charged production that challenges societal norms and delves into the complexities of the human experience.


"Every Christmas Story Ever Told"

by Michael Carleton

Dates: December 12th-22nd

Synopsis: Conclude the year with laughter and holiday cheer in "Every Christmas Story Ever Told." Directed by Skyler Matthias, this festive comedy takes a joyous spin on holiday traditions. Filled with humor, surprises, and a generous sprinkle of festive cheer, this play promises to be a riotous celebration of the holiday season that will leave you with a heart full of laughter.

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