A comedy by Neil Simon

Fridays and Saturdays @ 7:30pm May 31 to June 22

Sundays @ 2pm June 9 and 16

This classic comedy opens in Oscar Madison’s slovenly apartment as a group of his friends is deep into a game of poker. It is no wonder that Oscar is divorced if the condition of his apartment is any indication. The last of the group, Felix Ungar, arrives late and depressed: he and his wife have recently separated and he is trying to hold it together. Since Felix has nowhere to go, Oscar invites him to move in with him until he has a chance to figure things out.

A Norm Foster Comedy

Fridays and Saturdays @ 7:30pm July 5 to 27

Sundays @ 2pm July 14 and 21

Val’s an OR nurse, Andy’s in the storage business, Nina’s a police officer and Matt’s a radio morning show host. They’re middle-aged, single and looking. Val agrees to meet Andy after answering his personal ad in the newspaper. Nina and Matt are coaxed into joining their friends for support. High romance and contagious laughter are the result. 

A Canadian comedy by Michael G. Wilmot

Fridays and Saturdays @ 7:30pm August 9 to 31

Sundays @ 2pm August 18 and 25

Two friends fill the void left by retirement in different ways; Marty decides he wants to explore the open road on a Harley while Fred decides to pay more attention to his health, inventing many new ailments along the way. With a little "subtle redirection" from their wives and a creative solution to a very unusual problem (which may or may not include a homemade coffin) they find the right track... eventually.

A dramatic comedy by Ivan Menchell

Fridays and Saturdays @ 7:30pm September 13 to October 12

Sundays @ 2pm September 22 and 29

Three Jewish widows meet once a month for tea before going to visit their husbands’ graves. Ida is sweet tempered and ready to begin a new life; Lucille is a feisty embodiment of the girl who just wants to have fun; and Doris is priggish and judgmental, particularly when Sam the butcher enters the scene.

A play by Eliza Jane Wilson based on the short story by L.M. Montgomery

Fridays and Saturdays @ 7:30pm November 1 to December 7

Sundays @ 2pm Nov 10 and 24

It is 1922 in rural PEI. The women of Putney Church are outraged when the elders deny a famous female missionary the opportunity to speak in the church. The women retaliate by going on strike! 

A new dramatic comedy written and performed by Colleen Naomi Hagen.

Directed by Teresa Patterson

Recommended for age 15+.


Trudi's happy life with Simon is thrown off balance when someone unexpected moves into the neighbourhood. Meanwhile, Doris tries to reconcile her life after two failed marriages. See how both women move through these unpredictable moments with sorrow, whimsy and hope.

 Coming to CentreStage, June 28, 29 at 7:30 PM and a matinee on June 29 at 2 PM. All shows are in the Upper Performance Centre. Tickets are Seniors $12 and Adults $15.

Call 902-678-8040 for reservations.

 Colleen has been involved with CentreStage in many capacities over the years, from acting to directing to stage managing. For the past 8 years she has been a major participant  of the Youth Program as an artistic director for several of our summer camps and the director of our March Break camps.