Don’t Dress For Dinner – Our Fall 2015 Show



Don’t Dress For Dinner

by Marc Camoletti, adapted by Robin Hawdon    Directed by James Luckett

 Village Theatre Waterdown proudly presents “Don’t Dress for Dinner” by Marc Camoletti (adapted by Robin Hawdon), November 19-28th at our temporary new home of:

St. James United Church, 306 Parkside Drive, Waterdown (2 blocks east of Hamilton St.).

Written by: Marc Camoletti, adapted by Robin Hawdon

Directed by: James Luckett

Produced by: Elaine Hale and Anne Hogan

 Don’t Dress for Dinner is a two-act play by French playwright Marc Camoletti, who wrote the farce Boeing-Boeing, and is under the direction of James Luckett.

In a stylish converted farm house, Bernard is hoping to entertain his mistress, Suzy, while his wife is off to her mother’s. He has everything carefully planned:  he’s arranged for a cook for the weekend and invited his best friend Robert to supply the perfect alibi. But things don’t go the way he planned. Jacqueline decides not to go to her mother’s. Robert doesn’t know why he was invited, and Bernard doesn’t know that Robert is having an affair with his wife. Lots of mix ups and a whole lot of fun.

Cast :

Bernard:           Julian Ford

Jacqueline:       Elaine Hale

Robert:              Andy Dumas

Susanne:          Angela Rea

Suzette:            Jayne Reid

George:            Jack Verrips


Show times:

Thurs. Nov. 19th, Fri. Nov. 20th, Sat. Nov 21st,

Wed. Nov 25th, Fri. Nov 27th, Sat. Nov 28th (note no show Thursday the 26th)

Start time 8:00pm, with matinees as well on Saturdays at 2:00pm.

Tickets: $20.00; Group Rates $18.00 (10 or more)

Tickets will be available *starting October 11th* through our Box Office: (905) 690-7889 , or for cash purchase at our local outlet Pickwick books, 325 Dundas St. East, Waterdown.


Stay Tuned!  Our next production will be coming the first 2 weeks of May.  Auditions will be posted in the new year.



Help Village Theatre Grow – Take our Survey Now!

This year, our venue is under construction and we’re taking some time to prepare for our next season while bringing in some new members and volunteers!  We’d like to hear from you, so please click here to participate in our survey and help us write the next chapter of Village Theatre’s history!



What’s Next for Village Theatre

Our beloved Memorial Hall is undergoing major renovations and Village Theatre has vacated the premises for the time being.  We are excited for these changes and are looking forward to implementing many enhancements including installing a brand new air conditioning unit and being wheelchair accessible!

We are currently evaluating new opportunities in order to continue Village Theatre’s history of bringing quality entertainment to our community during these renovations.  Follow us on Twitter or Like us on Facebook so you don’t miss a beat!


Website Design by Arrivait Marketing