Perth through the Ages


Our 2017 theatrical historic walking play for all ages, entitled A Nation Lost and Found, celebrates the age of Confederation as our province and country celebrate the 150th anniversary.

Every Wed. to Sun. at 11am
June 21 to August 27, 2017

Meet at Matheson House Museum
11 Gore St. E. in Heritage Perth
For directions, click HERE.

Buy Tickets

$15 per person
($12 per person for Classic Theatre Festival ticketholders; proof of purchase required)
hildren aged 12 and under: 50% off Adult Price

PLEASE NOTE: In the event of inclement weather, a decision regarding cancellation will be made one hour before each performance. Every effort will be made to notify advanced ticketholders of the cancellation.

2017 PTTA Cast and Crew

Director: Joanna McAuley Treffers
Playwright: Laurel Smith

Keegan Carr
Emma Houlahan
Garrett Pipher
Connor Williamson

“I had the great pleasure of going on the Perth Through the Ages historical promenade performance, River of Memory, on 29th June. Now that I’m back home in the UK I just wanted to once again congratulate all the young players, all of whom were superb and most convincing in their roles. So much so that by the end of the story in Stewart Park both I and my cousin (who is local to you) were moved to tears (quite a lot of them). It was a compelling piece and just like watching the ghosts of times past playing out in front of our eyes. It also brought home the atrocious and dishonest treatment of the Algonquins back then, and the cruelty of true love being thwarted by inhumane social mores.” – Gail Taylor, Brighton, United Kingdom

Enjoy the video of our 2016 Perth through the Ages play, River of Memory:

For pictures of this compelling play, CLICK HERE.

Read what Apt. 613 blog has to say about River of Memory!

Check out this enthralling video of our 2015 walking tour, The Maid and the Merchant, the Perth through the Ages historical theatrical walking tour staged by the Classic Theatre Festival.

The Preacher and the Leading Lady: Memories of our Summer 2014 walking tour:

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