Our summer theatre festival, held annually in Port Perry, presents professional theatre and musical productions of new, Canadian and international works that entertain and engage audiences, pairing a quality big city theatre experience with the welcome and appeal of small town rural hospitality.
Five mainstage productions, one original childrens’ play, and the return of our popular site-specific theatrical cemetery walk are featured at Durham’s only professional summer theatre festival. Productions take place July and August at Town Hall 1873 – Centre For The Performing Arts and other local venues in picturesque downtown Port Perry, close to the waterfront, restaurants, shopping and accommodations.
The Melville Boys, by Norm Foster
Peter Pan, by J. M. Barrie
The Glass Menagerie, by Tennessee Williams
Armstrong’s War, by Colleen Murphy
The Drowning Girls, by Beth Graham, Charlie Tomlinson, Daniella Vlaskalic
Monsters & Milfoil, by the artists of Theatre On The Ridge
Pine Grove Plots: History To Die For, by Graeme Powell with Paul Arculus
It’s a season filled with something for all ages – from comedy to drama, from heartwarming family stories to fantastic adventures, monsters and residents past!
Tickets go on sale April 1 at Town Hall 1873, with ticket prices and packages available for seniors, students, families and groups. Visit us at https://theatre3x60.ca/festival-2018/ to learn more!