Shows

2017/2018 Performance Season:

Pride and Prejudice

November 3,4,5, & 9,10, 11,12, & 16,17,18 -2017 

Evening performance 8pm, Sunday Matinee 2pm

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?

Secondary Cause of Death

Feb 23,24,25/ March 1,2,3,4,&8,9,10-2018

Evening performance 8pm, Sunday Matinee 2pm

by Peter Gordon

The second in the ‘Inspector Pratt’ trilogy of spoofs of the Agatha Christie ‘whodunnit’ genre.

VT is delighted  Director- Graham Clements has agreed to return to present the sequel to ‘Murdered to Death’ presented in November 2016 by Village Theatre Waterdown. Co-producers: Linda Clements & Anne Hogan.

Inspector Pratt returns to Waterdown as the bodies pile up in this chaotic nightmare of comedy.

Casting results from audition call:

Inspector Pratt- Julian Ford

Colonel Craddock/Cardew Longfellow- Nicholas Ruddick

Captain Henrietta Woolmer-Cardington-Angela Rea

Count Puchlick- Mark Davies

Lady Isadora Polluck- Elaine Hale

Cynthia Maple- Dianne McEwan

Lily Tuthill- Gail Edwards

Martha-Adrienne Roman

Nurse- Kristen McGrath

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Past Productions

 Spring 2017 : On Golden Pond

by Ernest Thompson
May 4, 5, 6 and 11, 12, 13, 2017
Directed by Jo Skilton
Co-Produced by Anne Hogan & Bev Mattson
CAST:
Norman Thayer Jr: Al French
Ethel Thayer: Deb Dagenais
Charlie Martin: Kevin Griffiths
Chelsea Thayer Wayne: Sara Burdulis
Bill Ray: Brad Forbes
Billy Ray: Daniel Oros

“A slice of life that’s absolutely worth sampling.” – View

“Venture out to the little cottage in Waterdown where you can hunker down for an enjoyable production.”Hamilton Spectator

 Fall 2016: Murdered To Death

By Peter Gordon
Directed by Graham Clements
Produced by Don Thorne
A spoof in the Agatha Christie tradition.
Set in a country manor house in the 1930s, an eclectic group of characters tries to determine who murdered the owner of the house
Nov. 17, 18, 19, 24 25, 26


Cast:
Mildred: Gail Edwards
Dorothy: Jennifer Barclay
Bunting: James Luckett
Colonel Charles Craddock: Nicholas Ruddick
Margaret Craddock: Sandy Milne
Pierre Marceau: Andy Dumas
Elizabeth Hartley-Trumpington: Carla Zabek
Joan Maple: Dianne McEwan
Inspector Pratt: Julian Ford
Constable Thompkins: Dave Brennan

Peter Gordon’s Murdered to Death staged by Waterdown’s Village Theatre is a must-see… The whole thing start-to-finish is a hoot and totally entertaining.
– Danny Gaisin, Ontario Arts Review