Storytime Time

SATURDAY, APRIL 14th, 2018 2:00 PM

Harbourfront Theatre
Tickets: $15.00 (tax & fees included)


Storytime: A Student Showcase, written and performed by the Atlantic Academy students.


Dancing Up a Storm

He can’t tell a lie.

She can’t face the truth.

Dancing Lessons is a  humorous, touching story about finding love in unexpected places. Senga, a professional dancer with a potentially career-ending injury, is thrown for a loop when Ever, a geoscientist with Asperger’s syndrome, offers her an absurd sum of money to teach him how to dance. This is a funny, compelling and wonderfully complicated story about understanding ourselves and others.


Dancing Lessons is so warm and fuzzy, so funny and authentic, that time seems to fly.” – Richmond Times Dispatch

“Tender, clear-eyed, and gently humorous, Mark St. Germain’s Dancing Lessons takes the usual romantic comedy formula—throw two misfits together who initially react like oil and water—and weaves this straw into fine gold bullion.” – Ithaca Times

“Laughs abound in this new play and so do those plucked heartstrings”. – The Berkshire Edge

Dancing Lessons opens at the Victoria Playhouse on June 22nd.

It’s Complicated

SATURDAY, APRIL 7th, 7:00 PM at the Harbourfront Theatre
Regular Tickets: $20.00 fees included


Awake tells the story of a group dealing with the sudden loss of their friend, Juliette Murphy. Through songs, stories, and humour, the group face their own insecurities about their choices and reflect on the fragility of life, the awareness of time, and the importance of friendship.

(16+) Contains mature themes & hilarity!

Dutch Mason Pulls In

Time Flies Flies In

The Guild Presents: The PWYC Festival — Time Flies
February 24, 2018 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Featuring five diverse but equally hysterical one-act plays, Time Flies is a witty, romantic, absurd, and absolutely unforgettable evening of theatre. It follows last year’s popular production of shorts by David Ives, It’s All In The Timing.
time-flies-3This critically acclaimed, award-winning evening of comedies combines wit, intellect, satire and just plain fun.
“Theatre that aerobicizes the brain and tickles the heart. Ives is a mordant comic who has put the ‘play’ back in playwright… A wondrous wordmaster.” —Time Magazine

See Maggie Get Married

March 2, 3, 9, & 10th at 7:30 PM
Sunday Matinee on March 11th at 2:00 PM.
All Seats $18.50 Tax & Fees Included

The Harbourfront Players are back at the Harbourfront Theatre! You loved Bedtime Stories and Lights, Camera, Island!, and now the Players return with Maggie’s Getting Married by Norm Foster.


The Duncan family asks you to save the date because their daughter Maggie is getting married!

Or is she? It’s normal for people to have cold feet just before a wedding, but at the post-rehearsal reception, one person – who shouldn’t – recalls the groom as having warm feet. It’s a delightful comedy about love, family, and marriage from Canada’s most-produced playwright Norm Foster (Bedtime Stories, Looking, Love List, Mending Fences, etc.).

Stars Begin to Shine

February 2, 2018 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
“The Stars Began to Shine…” features the talented students and friends of The Guild Music Theatre School in a fun-filled evening of music, singing, dancing and good times!
This Showcase event is being held to raise funds for future Music School Scholarships at The Guild.
A wonderful cake auction will be held at intermission, along with a silent auction.