CentreStage Theatre has five objectives:
- To foster and encourage community theatre in the local area;
- To foster and encourage artistic and practical development of its members through means such as workshops, mentoring, and involvement in productions of the highest possible quality:
- To foster and encourage artistic and practical development of people in the local area through performance-based workshops and other appropriate means;
- To foster and encourage public awareness of all facets of community theatre;
- To stimulate co-operation between the Society and all persons and groups active in community theatre in Nova Scotia
Artist’s Wall: Are you a local artist wanting to display your artwork at CentreStage?
Costume Committee: Do you have costumes to donate? Would you like to help sew costumes?
House Management Committee: Would you like to greet people at shows or work coat check?
Board of Directors
George Henry - Chair
Elva Heyge - Vice Chair
Krysta Hatt- Treasurer
Elva Kelley - Secretary
Past Productions at CentreStage
- The Lone Star Love Potion
- Three Bully Goats Griff
- WiItness for the Prosecution
- Murder at Cafe Noir (Dinner Theatre)
- Not Now, Darling
- Hyronomous A. Frog
- Love From a Stranger
- Murderous Crossing (Dinner Theatre)
- Enchanted April
- Tuesdays With Morrie
- You Say Tomatoes
- Odd Jobs
- Calendar Girls
- The Best Christmas Pageant Ever
History of CentreStage
The idea of having a quality, year-round community theatre was the dream of Allen Hume, Susan Munro, Jerry Morine, Chloris Morine, Gertrude Bishop, Arlo Moen, and Diana Bishop. From 1984 to 1998 this group, along with many, many volunteers produced and presented a total of 112 plays, all but the first six of them at the Theatre in Centre Square, Kentville. When they decided to take a break, they turned the company over to another talented and enthusiastic group of individuals who, along with several others and countless volunteers, have worked tirelessly to provide the Valley with a first-rate community theatre. It was under the direction of this new group that many of the changes that have come about since 1998 have occurred.
New Show Time!
Please note, evening performances will begin at 7:30pm.
Doors open 45 minutes before curtain. Tickets are held until 15 minutes before curtain.
CentreStage strives to be a scent-free environment.
CentreStage is always delighted to welcome new actors to the stage! No experience necessary, just a love of good theatre.