2018/19 Performance Season
“Caught in the Net” by Ray Cooney
February 22- March 9, 2019 – ten performances
Box Office Opens: January 22, 2019
Call Box Office: (905)690-7889 Visa & Mastercard accepted by phone.
Ticket Outlets: Cash Only
Pickwick Books, 325 Dundas St. (Dundas & Mill St), Mon closed, Tues – Sat. 10 am-6pm, Sun 12pm -5pm
Village Fish & Chips, 9 Main St. South(beside Can Post), Mon closed, Tues – Sat 11:30 am -7:30 pm, Sun closed.
Director: Andrew Finnigan
Co-Producers: Sue Troyan & Scott Millar
A comedy, sequel to the popular “Run For Your Wife”. The complicated life of two-timing taxi driver, John Smith who keeps two separate families. When his teenage children, one from each family, meet in an internet chat room, they are anxious to meet in person. Fanciful and brilliant!
Vicki Smith- Kiveli Madentzidis
Gavin Smith- Isaiah Cook
Mary Smith- Angela Rea
Barbara Smith- Jayne Reid
John Smith- Bob Carle
Stanley Gardiner- Steve ness
Dad- Robb Marsh
“Sylvia” by A.R. Gurney
November 2, 3, 4, & 8, 9, 10, 11, & 15, 16, 17, 2018
Director: Matt Willson
Co-Producers: Sandra Strauss & Adrienne Roman
A poignant, romantic comedy! Rival for affection between husband, wife and a dog named “Sylvia”.
Cast: Kate- Deb Dagenais, Greg- Jason Swenor, Sylvia-Alex Chappell, Tom/Phyllis/Leslie- Key Paul Straughan.
Memorial Hall, 317 Dundas Street, Waterdown, ON
Elevator access available.
The View- Gregory Cruikshank – opening night review, published, Nov 8,2018.
“Sylvia an absolute joy…”
Hamilton Spectator- Gary Smith- Oct 26,2018
Interview with Alex Chappell playing role of “Sylvia” – click on link.
Flamborough Review- Julia Lovett-Oct.18,2018
“Scruffy Dog Named Sylvia takes over Waterdown”….enjoy community interest story click on link.
2017/18 Performance Season completed with overwhelming success!
“Secondary Cause of Death” by Peter Gordon
Feb 23 – March 10, 2018
Memorial Hall, 317 Dundas St., Waterdown, ON
Click her to view promotional flyer for “Secondary Cause of Death”.
Flamborough Review- Julia Lovett Community Interest
Gary Smith, Hamilton Spectator review:
Inspector Pratt returns to Waterdown as the bodies pile up in this chaotic nightmare of comedy.
November 2017 : Pride and Prejudice
By Jane Kendall, from the novel by Jane Austen
A delightfully funny one-set script based on the wildly popular novel. Set in England during the early 1800’s, five daughters of the Bennet family must be married off! Was ever a mother as put upon as Mrs. Bennet?
Nov. 3, 4, 5, 9, 10, 11, 12, 16, 17, 18- 2017
Flamborough Review by Julia Lovett – see story and cast rehearsal photos. (Thurs. Oct 26, 2017)
More than 200 years on, Jane Austen’s “Pride and Prejudice” continues to captivate.
Call for Volunteers- be part of the excitement in 2018-2019 Season!
We are looking for volunteer crew to help us build, paint, dress the set, assist with costumes,
If you are interested in helping the “magic” happen on stage. All levels of skills welcome!
Please Contact: Steve Sharpe, Volunteer Coordinator