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We are a small group of mostly Prince Edward County Residents with a passion for telling important stories through small independent professional theatre productions. In 2017 we presented The Belle of Amherst, a one-woman show about the life of poet Emily Dickinson. The show, featuring Joan McBride as Emily and directed by Fred Robinson, ran for two weeks at the lovely Mount Tabor Playhouse. Audiences loved the play, and frequently we are asked when will be the next one. The answer is September 2019!
Outstanding contemporary Canadian theatre performed in inspiring County locations! Festival Players of Prince Edward County is the region’s professional summer theatre company. For ten years, Festival Players has brought the beautiful landscapes, towns and villages of the County to life through the incredible power of theatre. We invite you to explore the County with us through performances for adults, families and children! It’s a big, bold, and beautiful season. We hope you’ll join us! Tickets available for purchase online, by phone, or in-person! www.festivalplayers.ca 613.476.1991 / 1.866.584.1991
Prince Edward County, Ontario
Take in a show — on screen, on stage, or via satellite — at this historic theatre on Main Street in Picton. One of the few surviving art-deco movie houses in Ontario, Picton’s downtown Regent Theatre is host to a variety of plays, musicals and art movie screenings throughout the year. First run movies and an international satellite feed round out the offerings of The Regent, making it a diverse venue that truly reflects the community. Check out the The Regent Theatre Playbill, Movies and Cinefest for the latest updates, tickets and show times. Free family movies are featured on the last Sunday of each month. theregenttheatre.org History of the Regent Theatre History of the Regent Theatre, video courtesy of History Lives Here The Regent is a rare example of a still intact Edwardian opera house. It opened in 1918 in a renovated warehouse. It featured films and an orchestra. In 1922 the facade was changed, and the interior was renovated to fit 1,100 seats! The addition of a 70-foot loft tower at the rear of the building accommodates backdrops for quick scene changes. It remains the largest “fly stage” between Toronto and Montreal and is equivalent to the one at […]
1521 CR1 Bloomfield
Recognized for our award winning community theatre, P.E.C.T. competes yearly in festivals learning from industry professionals to bring the best possible little theatre to Prince Edward County. The group has brought home many accolades for their acting, directing, set design, costumes and technical production.
2179 CR 17, Mt. Tabor Playhouse, Milford
Shatterbox Theatre is a not for profit theatre company showcasing local talent in a safe and open space with a goal to create dialogue. We want to breathe life into contemporary and classic works in unconventional ways to give a renewed sense of what theatre can become. Details at https://www.facebook.com/pg/shatterboxtheatrecompany/
A vibrant, not for profit, theatre group whose aim is to share and promote theatre in the County. We strive to provide entertainment to the local community through various theatrical performances including our bi-annual, full scale production.
Prince Edward County, Ontario
By the way, what’s a Mummer? “Mummer” comes from the Old French momer, to wear a mask; pantomime. It means a masked or costumed merrymaker, especially at a festival (American Heritage Dictionary, 3rd Edition). The Marysburgh Mummers are a volunteer, amateur theatre group based out of the village of Milford in Prince Edward County, Ontario. Mount Tabor Community Playhouse, overlooking the village, is the official home of The Mummers. The purpose of the group is to provide opportunities to perform both onstage and behind stage. The participants range in age from three to eighty-three (and beyond). The group is informal in structure. Originally started in the early 1980’s, the Mummers wanted to create a use, and provide maintenance for, a local municipal structure known as Mount Tabor Church, which was in danger of being demolished through neglect. Through peaks and valleys of activity, the Mummers have moved into a stride as a widely recognized organization within The County. The origins of the Marysburgh Mummers are linked to the preservation of Mt. Tabor Playhouse. The Marysburgh Mummers are officially recognized as a recreation group under The County of Prince Edward Parks and Recreation. In 2005, the Marysburgh Mummers celebrated their twentieth […]