Holiday Magic at the Victoria Playhouse

Victoria Playhouse
Laura Smith brings her unique and powerful talent to the Victoria Playhouse stage for a special holiday concert. Laura will be accompanied by the award-winning musician Kim Dunn.
Gather with friends and neighbours to ease into the holiday season with beautiful music and complimentary seasonal treats in the beautiful Victoria Playhouse!
Sunday, November 25th at 2:00 pm
Laura Smith
For Tickets Click Here!
Or call our Box Office at 1-800-925-2025. 
Victoria Playhouse gratefully acknowledges the support of the following:
Canadian Heritage Patrimoine canadien
Advertisements

Support Your Local Theatre

Support the Theatre

Why Support the Victoria Playhouse?

Donate Now

 

The Victoria Playhouse, housed in the historic Victoria Community Hall, has produced 36 professional Festival Seasons, and is firmly established as a treasured Island tradition. As a not for profit organization we rely upon the support of individuals, businesses and public funders to help us present the annual Playhouse Festival. Your donation will help ensure the historic theatre in the tiny community of Victoria by the Sea continues to thrive. Thank you.

Ways you can give to the Victoria Playhouse

  • Click on the Donate Now button on this page.
  • By credit card by calling 902-658-2370
  • Mail a cheque made out to ‘Victoria Playhouse Inc.’ to Victoria Playhouse, PO Box 83, Victoria, PE, C0A 2G0

All donations are 100% tax deductible and an official receipt will be issued.

For more information you are invited to email the Victoria Playhouse or call  General Managers, Emily Smith or Pat Stunden Smith, at 902-658-2370. The Victoria Playhouse also provides opportunities for sponsorship and planned gifting.

Thank You to our Private, Business and Public supporters. We couldn’t do it without you!

A Few More Days of Fascinating Ladies

September 12 – 16 → Fascinating Ladies

A Young at Heart Theatre Production
Written and directed by Catherine O’Brien

Starring Allison Kelly, Kelley Mooney and Catherine O’Brien

Fascinating Ladies is a tribute to the great girl groups of the last century, performed by three talented Island gals! This delightful musical revue takes the audience on a journey from the 1920s to the 1970s, featuring memorable songs from such legendary female ensembles as The Boswell Sisters, The Andrews Sisters, The Exciters, and The Chordettes, interwoven with stories of life on PEI from each era. Including songs like Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy, Tell Him, Sentimental Journey, Java Jive, In His Kiss: The Shoop Shoop Song, and more, this show will transport you in a fascinating way!

Fascinating Ladies was originally conceived by Julain Molnar & Catherine O’Brien.
Musical Arrangements  are by Sean Ferris  with additional arrangements by Max Keenlyside.

From the Shangri Las to the Supremes

Victoria Playhouse

Fascinating Ladies

A Tribute to the Great Girl Groups of the 20th Century

Click on the image to see the stars of the show in rehearsal!

Fascinating Ladies

Join Kelley Mooney, Allison Kellyand Catherine O’Brien on a musical journey that will have your toes tapping and a smile on your face!

Five performances only from September 12th to September 16th.
For Tickets Click Here!
Or call our Box Office at 1-800-925-2025. 

Four Tellers Telling It All

September 7 – 9 → The Four Tellers

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

After three years of playing to packed houses in theatres across the Island The Four Tellers return to Victoria  with their latest storytelling show called
The Last Laugh.

As in previous years the show is comprised, for the most part, of four friends and master-storytellers, Denny King, Gary Evans, Alan Buchanan and David Weale, sitting around a table swapping stories of the Island that invariably have the audience roaring with laughter, or sometimes, brushing aside a tear.

Also, woven into the storytelling are the sparkling musical  arrangements of Rachael Beck and Bennett Buell.

The unique charm of the Tellers is the spontaneous, unscripted quality of the show which allows the audience to feel they are right there, in the kitchen, as the stories roll out, one drawing the next, like tissues out of a box.

As one reviewer, Gordon Cobb, wrote: “Between the hoots and the hollers and the almost tears, there is the feeling in the theatre of being fully human. And fully alive. Catch it while you can.”

Catch the Tellers at the Victoria Playhouse.

Don’t Miss the Myth

A wonderfully titled comedy about parents who know too much or know too little about their kids and the journey of discovery, or: how to pull your head out of the sand and stop being an ostrich.

MOTO_poster-with-blurbs-Copy

But wait, the show tells us that is a myth. Just as it’s a myth to call this play by Matt Murray just a comedy. This is a comedy with heart.

The zany insightful show is at the Victoria Theatre through September 2nd.