A Nation Lost and Found
by Laurel Smith
This historical re-creation visits Perth residents at the time of Confederation. What are they thinking and talking about with respect to the birth of a new country, the forced dispossession of Indigenous peoples’ traditional territories, the dynamics of the 1837 rebellion? [More]
In 2013 we presented the comedy Star-Spangled Girl by Broadway legend, Neil Simon, followed by the comedy of marital mayhem, The Marriage-Go-Round by Leslie Stevens.
Our 2012 summer season presented two of the longest-running shows in Broadway history: the quirky, comic love story Two for the Seesaw (a Tony Award winner for Best Play by William Gibson) , and the hilarious romp about second chances, Mary, Mary, by the ever-popular Jean Kerr.
In 2011, the Festival won critical praise and audience raves for its production of two timeless romantic comedies Bell, Book and Candle by John van Druten, followed by The Fourposter by Jan de Hartog.
The Festival’s inaugural 2010 season featured Blithe Spirit by Noel Coward, and The Voice of the Turtle by John van Druten.