February 8, 15, 22 @ 11 am and 2 pm (in the Upper Performance Centre)

A family show by Edith Weiss

A madcap romp for all ages!

Tickets: $5 Children /$7 Adults/Seniors

Snow White, the Evil Queen and the 3 Slobs is coming to the stage.

Snow White is a dirt-smudged stable girl, innocent to the point of cluelessness, whose stepmother, the Queen, must be the most beautiful woman in all the land. But when the Magic Mirror informs the Queen that Snow White has the gift of inner beauty, the Queen goes beserk with jealousy. The Magic Mirror and the castle servants comically thwart the Queen's first attempts to poison Snow White. Fleeing into the woods, Snow White finds the House of the Three Slobs. And now the fun begins.

The cast in order of appearance: Tayah Strong, Lahrin Churchill , Elena Hale, Isla Churchill, Kaitlyn Thompkins, Keira Melanson, Sophie van Exel, August Van Meekeren, Brandon Taylor, Elex Lockhart, Cedric van Exel.

The directors are Davina Melanson and Tracy Churchill and the producer is Lana Churchill. The show is stage managed by Jennifer Taylor and Carol Wallace. The lights are being handled by Elva Kelley.

This delightful family show, Snow White, the Evil Queen and the 3 Slobs by Edith Weiss will be on the Upper Performance Centre stage February 8 ,15, and 22.

The times are 11 AM and 2PM. Tickets are children $5 and adults $7. Call 902-678-8040 for reservations.

February 28, 29, March 6, 7, 8 matinee, 13, 14, 20, 21, 22 matinee, 27, 28

A farce by Marc Camoletti & Robin Hawdon

Hilarious confusion abounds with mistaken identities and outrageous infidelities.

Don’t Dress for Dinner

Escape for the evening to the French countryside where Bernard is planning a weekend with his chic Parisian mistress. He has attended to every detail including hiring a gourmet cook, packing his wife Jacqueline off to her mother’s and inviting his best friend, Robert, to provide his alibi. It’s foolproof! What could possibly go wrong?

Suppose Robert shows up not knowing why he has been invited and he mistakes the cook for the mistress and the mistress for the cook? Mix these ingredients and you have the recipe for an evening of hilarious confusion.

Don’t Dress for Dinner by Marc Camoletti cooks up a delightful menu full of belly laughs.


Junie Hutchinson is the director with Kiki Cliff as producer. Vince Fredericks is doing the lights. Karen Court and Delores Gaudet are the stage managers.


The cast in order of appearance: Paul Abela, Linda Levy Fisk, Mike Butler, Jane Kerr, Tracy Churchill, Alan Tupper.


The featured artist is Jaimie Corbin from Phantom FX.


Don’t Dress for Dinner is playing on February 28, 29, March 6,7,8m, 13,14, 20, 21, 22m, 27, 28


Front of House opens at 6:45 pm for the evening performances and 1:15 pm for the matinees.


Tickets: adults $15; seniors/students $12; children, age 12 and under, $5.

CentreStage takes cash or cheques only. Reservations are recommended and are held until 15 minutes before show time.


Call 902-678-8040 for reservations.