This season's lineup brings you a total of six shows, two of which were ones postponed from last season. Most of our shows will be presented as live virtual streams as well as in-person, as we're able, following COVID-19 safety protocols.
OCTOBER 24, 2020
DIRECTED AND PRODUCED BY SKYE GOULBOURNE
A virtual celebration of representation in the arts and the impact it has on performers from diverse backgrounds. Featuring performances by:
Jamarie Anfernee (Brown)
DECEMBER 11 - 13, 2020
PRODUCED BY MALLARY DUNCAN
A one-woman comedy adventure where the audience makes key choices for our character, Destiny. Destiny needs to find a date for her parents' last-minute holiday extravaganza, originally cancelled due to a global pandemic. Destiny thought she got away from her family's judgemental comments on her relationship status, so with 4 days notice she sets out to find the perfect Holidate!
Livestreamed - Our audience will vote on a few major decisions throughout her journey and help her get find her perfect match!
WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF?
WRITTEN BY EDWARD ALBEE
DIRECTED BY CYDNEY JONES
PRODUCED BY DYANNA JACKLIN
After a faculty get-together, George and Martha entertain Nick and Honey with a night-cap that quickly spirals into an evening of wicked psychological games.
Albee’s scorched-earth masterpiece has been riveting audiences for over 50 years and serves up some of the sharpest, most jaw-dropping dialogue in the history of western theatre.
STAG & DOE
WRITTEN BY MARK CRAWFORD
PRODUCED BY AUSSA PENNIAL
Bonnie and Brad are throwing a party to pay for their upcoming wedding. Their Maid of Honour, Dee, is still getting over being left at the altar seven years ago. Mandy and Rob are getting married today, even though their big white tent blew away in last night’s storm. And Jay just found out his entire catering staff is in jail! It’s all happening at the same time, in the same community hall kitchen, in the same small town. Stag and Doe offers a laugh-filled look at a distinctly rural Canadian prenuptial tradition … and shines a light on the nature of love, marriage, and weddings.
WRITTEN BY AGATHA CHRISTIE
PRODUCED BY EMILIE STROUD
The scene is set when a group of people gathered in a country house cut off by the snow discover, to their horror, that there is a murderer in their midst. Who can it be? One by one the suspicious characters reveal their sordid pasts until at the last, nerve-shredding moment the identity and the motive are finally revealed.
The Mousetrap is the longest-running play in the history of London's West End.
SHAKESPEARE IN THE PARK
PRODUCED BY LAUREN RODRIGUES