Superb entertainment with a heartfelt welcome every summer in Heritage Perth, Ontario!
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For a Most Entertaining Meal: The popular revival of Dinner Theatre lands in Perth!
Perth through the Ages returns with new stories in 2018!
The Lonely Ghosts Walk returns with new stories in 2018!
Pre-Show Talks: Before every performance, eight times per week at the half hour!
"One of the pleasures of an Ottawa Valley summer is Perth’s Classic Theatre Festival, which has an impressive track record for mounting quality fare." – Jamie Portman, Capital Critics Circle
"As directed by Laurel Smith, this cohesive production features fine performances and great comic timing from Lana Sugarman as Doris and Scott Clarkson as George, enhanced by the quality of the technical aspects." – Iris Winston, Capital Critics Circle
"Together, director, crew and the well-integrated cast deliver a funny and even sometimes scary production that keeps audiences laughing and gasping." – Iris Winston, Capital Critics Circle
Another happy bus tour gives a thumbs up to the Classic Theatre Festival!
Ottawa Valley’s only professional theatre company presenting the Classic Hits of Broadway and the London Stage
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Performance Times: Tues. to Sun. matinees at 2pm
Wed. and Sat. evenings at 8pm
Burning Passions Theatre's Artistic Producer Laurel Smith discusses her new play, Every Friday, inspired by stories of the #MeToo movement and currently touring Lanark County with members of the company's youth troupe. This annual project, called Listen Up, Lanark, creates plays based on the unique challenges facing rural youth. Next public performance is tomorrow (Friday April 20) at 6 pm at the Lanark Community Youth Centre (61 Princess Street), and at the Smiths Falls Community Centre (71 Cornelia Street) on Friday April 27 at 4:30pm. Admission is by donation, with no one turned away for lack of funds. www.youtube.com/watch?v=Si5OzarnpaA&feature=youtu.beLaurel Smith from the Burning Passions Theatre in Perth speaks with Kathy Botham on another edition of FYI. ... See MoreSee Less
After a successful opening night in Perth at YAK, the Burning Passions Theatre play Every Friday ( a hopeful new play inspired by the #MeToo movement) continues to tour schools in Lanark County, with public performances upcoming at the Mississippi Mills Youth Centre (134 Main Street East) on Thursday April 19 at 5pm, at Lanark Community Youth Centre (61 Princess Street) on Friday April 20 at 6pm, and at the Smiths Falls Community Centre (71 Cornelia Street) on Friday April 27 at 4:30pm. Admission is by donation, with no one turned away for lack of funds. Congratulations to Ruby Davidson, Felix Evangelho, Mary Cowan, Ryan Kreissler, Winston Mavraganis, Laurel Smith and Lu Williams on a great start to the tour! ... See MoreSee Less