The 39 Steps by Patrick Barlow Oct 22 – Nov 3 2019
Mix a Hitchcock masterpiece, add a dash of Monty Python and you have a fast-paced whoodunnit for any one who loves the magic of theatre.
Salt Water Moon by David French April 28 – May 10 2020
On a splendid moon-filled night in Coley’s Point in 1926, Eighteen-year-old Jacob Mercer has returned from Toronto to the tiny Newfoundland outport, hoping to win back his former sweetheart, Mary Snow. But Mary has changed in his year-long absence and he will have to use all his charm and guile to win her back.
Tartuffe by Moliere June 2 – June 14 2020
Banned from the French stage by Louis XIV shortly after its premiere in 1664 because of its relentless attack on moral and sexual hypocrisy, this play by France’s greatest playwright has gone on to delight audiences for more than four centuries.
Betrayal by Harold Pinter July 7 – July 19 2020
Winning the 1979 Laurence Olivier Award for Best New Play, Nobel Prize-winning playwright Harold Pinter’s Betrayal is considered one of the great plays of the 20th century. Telling the story of the infidelity of a couple and their best friend,
this play cuts through to the heart of jealousy and deceit utilizing the British playwright’s famous dark humour and omnipresent sense of danger.
Carle’s Day Awith Sarah Carle Aug 4 – Aug 16 2020
Celebrating the storied career of one of America’s most famous songstresses, Carlé’s Day will pay tribute to the life and career of Doris Day. Utilizing the world-class vocal stylings of one of Victoria’s most accomplished singers Sarah Carlé, this 20-plus song musical review will be an homage to this amazing singer and actress as it wends its way through some of her most famous hits such as Que Sera, Sera, It’s Magic and Sentimental Journey.