Now Playing… The Melville Boys

THE MELVILLE BOYS

Performances: July 5, 6, 7, 12, 13, 14 at 7:30pm
Matinees July 8 and July 11 at 2pm

Presented by Theatre on the Ridge

Lee and Owen Melville have planned a relaxing weekend at the family cottage, full of fishing, football and beer. But their trip is thrown for a loop when they meet two attractive sisters and more than the weekend plans are changed. A modern Canadian classic, The Melville Boys is a heartwarming comedy full of vigour about brotherhood and the unexpected.

 

Tickets:
Adults: $35
Seniors (60+)/Students: $30
Children 12 and under: $20
EYEGO (with valid high school ID): $5 (box office only)
Family Pack: 2 adult and 2 Child’s tickets for the same performance: $90
Double-Header Saturday (July14): 1 adult for Peter Pan (2pm matinee),
1 adult for The Melville Boys (7:30pm): $50

Groups (10 or more): $25 each

Buy tickets here.

Season Ticket: 1 adult ticket for each of the 5 plays (Speakeasy Sundays excluded): $125. Buy here.

Coming Summer 2018… Peter Pan

PETER PAN

Performances: July 11, 19, 20, 21, 26, 27 at 7:30pm
Matinees July 14, 15, 18, 28 at 2:00pm

Presented by Theatre on the Ridge

J.M Barrie’s classic tale is presented in an imaginative staging that will draw audiences of all ages to Neverland to join in the exploits of Peter Pan, the boy who won’t grow up, the Darling children and the Lost Boys as they outwit Pan’s arch nemesis Captain Hook and his pirates!

 

 

Tickets:
Adults: $35
Seniors (60+)/Students: $30
Children 12 and under: $20
EYEGO (with valid high school ID): $5

Family Pack: 2 Adult and 2 Child’s tickets: $90
Double-Header Saturdays – 1 Adult for matinee and evening: $50
July 14 – Peter Pan (2pm matinee), The Melville Boys (7:30pm)
July 28 – Peter Pan (2pm matinee), Armstrong’s War (7:30pm)
Groups of 10 or more: $25 each

Buy tickets here.

Season Ticket: 1 adult ticket for each of the 5 plays (Speakeasy Sundays excluded): $125. Buy here.

Coming Summer 2018… Armstrong’s War

ARMSTRONG’S WAR

Performances: July 24, 28, 31, August 2, 8, 9 at 7:30pm
Matinee August 4 at 2:00pm

Presented by Theatre on the Ridge

After suffering an injury during a tour of Afghanistan, a young soldier recovers in the rehabilitation wing of a hospital. The last thing he wants is to spend time with a twelve-year-old Pathfinder eager to earn her community service badge. As their friendship grows, uncomfortable truths are exposed and questioned, redefining the meaning of courage and heroism.

 

Tickets:
Adults: $25
Seniors (60+)/Students: $20
Children 12 and under: $15
EYEGO (with valid high school ID): $5
Family Pack: 2 Adult and 2 Child’s tickets: $70
Double-Header Saturdays – 1 Adult for matinee and evening: $50
July 28 – Peter Pan (2pm matinee), Armstrong’s War (7:30pm)
August 4 – Armstrong’s War (2pm matinee), The Glass Menagerie (7:30pm)

Groups of 10 or more: $15 each

Buy tickets here.

Season Ticket: 1 adult ticket for each of the 5 plays (Speakeasy Sundays excluded): $125. Buy here.

Coming Summer 2018… Speakeasy Sunday

SPEAKEASY SUNDAY

Performances: July 29, August 5 at 7:30pm

Presented by Theatre on the Ridge

Meet our summer company and guests up close and personal in an informal coffee house/cabaret setting as they share more of their talents in an evening of songs and readings. Proceeds from the evening directly support our education and community programs

 

 

 

Tickets:
Adults: $25
Seniors (60+)/Students: $20
EYEGO (with valis highschool ID): $5
Groups of 10 or more: $15 each

Buy tickets here.

Coming Summer 2018… The Glass Menagerie

THE GLASS MENAGERIE

Performances: August 1, 3, 4, 15, 17 at 7:30pm
Matinees: August 11, 12 at 2:00pm

Presented by Theatre on the Ridge

Amanda Wingfield strives to give meaning and direction to her life and the lives of her children, though In spite of her crude and obvious efforts, their world of illusion begins to collapse about them when a gentleman caller comes to dinner.
A drama of great tenderness, charm and beauty, The Glass Menagerie is one of the most famous plays of the modern theatre.

 

Tickets:
Adults: $35
Seniors (60+)/Students: $30
Children 12 and under: $20

EYEGO (with valid highschool ID): $5
Family Pack: 2 Adult and 2 Child’s tickets: $90
Double-Header Saturdays – 1 Adult for matinee and evening: $50
August 4 – Armstrong’s War (2pm matinee), The Glass Menagerie (7:30pm)
August 11 – The Glass Menagerie (2pm matinee), The Drowning Girls (7:30pm)
Groups of 10 or more: $25 each

Buy tickets here.

Season Ticket: 1 adult ticket for each of the 5 plays (Speakeasy Sundays excluded): $125. Buy here.

Coming Summer 2018… The Drowning Girls

THE DROWNING GIRLS

Performances: August 7, 10, 11, 14, 16 at 7:30pm
Matinee: August 8 at 2:00pm

Presented by Theatre on the Ridge

In this dark comedy, Bessie, Alice, and Margaret have two things in common: they are married to George Joseph Smith, and they are dead. Surfacing from the bathtubs they were drowned in, the three breathless brides gather evidence against their womanizing, murderous husband by reliving the shocking events leading up to their deaths.

 

Tickets:
Adults: $35
Seniors (60+)/Students: $30
Children 12 and under: $20

EYEGO (with valid highschool ID): $5
Family Pack: 2 Adult and 2 Child’s tickets: $90
Double-Header Saturdays – 1 Adult for matinee and evening: $50
August 11 – The Glass Menagerie (2pm matinee), The Drowning Girls (7:30pm)

Groups of 10 or more: $25 each

Buy tickets here.

Season Ticket: 1 adult ticket for each of the 5 plays (Speakeasy Sundays excluded): $125. Buy here.

Now available… Borelians/SCS Season’s Pass!

Port Perry Town Hall Players’
Theatre Season’s Pass!

See 4 fantastic productions in our 2018/2019 season, presented by The Borelians Community Theatre and SCS Musicals, collectively known as Port Perry Town Hall Players, for one great low price!
Take advantage of Early Bird pricing until August 31, and pay only $75. Thanks a 39%* savings! Order your season’s passSeptember to October 20 for only $80. That’s 30%* off regular prices! Once you have purchased your pass, you will be issued a code. Then you just select you seats as you normally would for each show. On the “payment” page, simply enter your code in the appropriate field, click the “apply” button, and it will set your purchase to $0! Simple!

* off or regular adult ticket prices.

Each pass entitles you to one ticket to each of the following productions:

SOLDIER’S HEART

Written by David French
Director: Kyle Dickie

Performances: October 11,12,13 & 18,19,20 at 8pm
Matinees October 13 & 20 at 2pm

Presented by Borelians Community Theatre

Sixteen-year-old Jacob Mercer stands on a railway platform in Bay Roberts, Newfoundland in 1924. Jacob has had a violent fight with his father, Esau, and has decided to take the next train out of town. Six years earlier, Esau Mercer returned from the Great War a damaged man, never able to speak of his time in the trenches. When Esau arrives at the station in an attempt to stop Jacob from leaving, the boy seizes the opportunity to help his father heal himself. Jacob agrees to stay – if his father will speak about the War. Neither of them are prepared for what happens when Esau finally gives his devastating and unsparing account of what happened on the day that the Newfoundland Regiment was wiped out. This quintessential Canadian Post-war drama comes from one of Canada’s most celebrated playwrights.

 

TBA: The ultimate sunny smash-hit musical!*

Producers: Judy Anderson and Liz Auston
Music Director: Alissa Smith
Dramatic Director: Dave Ellis
Choreographer: Jasmin Reville
Presented by SCS Musicals/Scugog Choral Society
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*Due to licensing restrictions, we are not permitted
to announce the show title until September 1st.
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PERFORMANCES:
Evenings: November 23, 24, 30, December 1, 6, 7 at 8pm
Matinees: November 24, 25, December 1, 2, 8 at 2pm

SYNOPSIS: On the eve of her wedding, a daughter’s quest to discover the identity of her father brings three men from her mother’s past back to the island they last visited over 20 years ago. An enchanting, sunny funny tale of love laughter and friendship with an unforgettable trip down the aisle! Stay tuned to find out the show’s title – coming September 1st!

 

PALMER PARK
A new comedy by Graeme Powell

Presented y Borelians Community Theatre
Directed by Helen Coughlin
Produced by Kyle Brough

Performance:
February 14, 15, 16, 21, 22, 23 (8pm)
February 16, 23 (2pm matinees)

It’s been a long time since Kathryn De Lancie has set foot in Port Perry. Her decades spent in Hollywood have been a whirlwind of leading roles and rave reviews; but even with all the fame and adoration, try as she may, Kathryn has never been able to fully forget her rural roots.

Now here she is, on location, in Port Perry, and the town is vibrating with excitement. Everywhere you go, the only thing being talked about is how Hollywood has come to town with lights and cameras and the hometown girl who followed her dreams. Will local folk catch a glimpse of the town’s prodigal daughter, or will Kathryn manage to hide from her past, the same way she has for years?

This world premier comedy from Port Perry’s own playwright, Graeme Powell, is a fresh look at what makes small towns such fantastic places to live. Mixing huge laughs with local history, familiar names, and instantly recognizable characters, Palmer Park reminds us that there is as feeling in our hearts which we all have in common… home.

 

DYNAMITE DAMES

Book by Liz Auston and Conrad Boyce

Producers: Liz Auston and Joanna Thornton
Director: Kathy Knight
Music Director: Alissa Smith
Choreographer:
Presented by SCS Musicals/Scugog Choral Society

PERFORMANCES:
Evenings: April 4, 5, 6, 11, 12 at 8pm
Matinees: April 6, 7, 13 at 2pm

The divas are back! Dynamite Dames is the creation of local playwrights Liz Auston and Conrad Boyce, originally performed in 2004 and one of SCS’s most-requested musicals. Get ready for 2 hours of dynamite performances as the divas and show-stopping hits jkeep on coming! At its heart Dynamite Dames celebrates the spirit of women. For years Jane has lovingly dedicated herself to the wants and needs of a wonderful husband and two nearly-grown kids. A promising performer in a past-life, her only singing engagements in recent years were those during tub time when the kids were little and her dramatic repertoire rests solidly with “Good Night Moon”. When a local theatre troupe shockingly earns first-dibs at staging a huge Broadway mega-hit — with lots of great roles for women — Jane musters the courage to squelch self-doubt and audition for the show. But Jane is not alone in wanting to shake free of a familiar role, as she is joined by a multitude of over-qualified, talented women who seem to share in a similar dream.

Dames Night – Friday April 5th at 7pm – Come as your favourite Broadway Diva (or Divo) and join us for delicious eats and light beverages before the curtain rises. After the show, stick around to meet the cast and chat with the creators of Dynamite Dames as well as members of the original 2004 cast… a fun night! (Licensed event, ages 19 years of age and over)

Buy your passes here!

Coming Summer 2018… Take It Easy – The Story of the Eagles

TAKE IT EASY – THE STORY OF THE EAGLES

Performance: Saturday August 18, 8pm

Presented by Bill Culp Productions

“Take It Easy: The Story of The Eagles” celebrates the incredible music of legendary 1970s Country-Rock group “The Eagles”. This audience-interactive show is comprised of some of Canada’s leading session musicians, who perform all of the legendary hits from the Eagles extensive career with soaring vocal harmonies and sizzling hot guitar solos. The evening will be comprised of two sets, with the first half featuring all the songs from the multi-million selling album “Eagles Greatest Hits 1971-1975.” The second half features more classic hits from the band’s later years, including solo hits made famous by Don Henley and Joe Walsh. Don’t miss your favourites including “One of These Nights,” “Desperado,” “Heartache Tonight” and of course, “Hotel California”!

Tickets: $39 – All ages

Buy tickets here.

Coming in August 2018… Annie Jr.

ANNIE JR.

Performances: August 23, 24 – 7pm
Matinee: August 25 – 2pm

Presented by VIP (Vocally Inspired Performers)

The highly acclaimed Vocally Inspired Performers is excited to be bringing this classic, well-loved musical to life this summer. Featuring over 30 talented local children and teens and one delightful canine friend, this is one for the whole family!

With equal measures of pluck and positivity, little orphan Annie charms everyone’s heart despite a next-to-nothing start in 1930s New York City. Annie is determined to find the parents who abandoned her years ago on the doorstep of an orphanage run by the cruel Miss Hannigan. Annie eventually foils Miss Hannigan’s evil machinations, finding a new home and family in billionaire Oliver Warbucks, his personal secretary, Grace Farrell, and a lovable mutt named Sandy.

A live dog is being featured in this performance.

Tickets:
Adults – $23,
Students – $19

Buy tickets here.

Coming Fall 2018… The Legends of Folk

THE LEGENDS OF FOLK TRIBUTE

Performance: Saturday September 22, 8pm

Presented by Bill Culp Productions

“The Legends of Folk Tribute” celebrates the greatest hits from Folk music history, and combines outstanding live musical performances with interesting stories about the songs and the folk artists who made them famous. Get ready to sing and clap along during this audience-interactive “Hootenany”, which features music from Peter, Paul & Mary, the Kingston Trio, Bob Dylan, Joni Mitchell, The New Christy Minstrels, Leonard Cohen and many more folk legends. Song highlights include: “Blowin’ in the Wind” “Leavin’ on a Jet Plane” “Tom Dooley” “Hallelujah” “Four Strong Winds” and of course, “This Land Is Your Land” amongst the many favourites. The “Legends of Folk Tribute” All-Star cast features the incredible Irish songstress Loralee McGuirl on lead vocals, and guitar virtuoso Steven Miller, a musical veteran of the amazing 1960’s Greenwich Village Folk scene. Buy your tickets today and get ready for a stroll down memory lane with this timeless music!

Tickets: $39 – All ages

Buy tickets here.

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