Évènements 2019
2019 Events


We love JT: An evening of the music of James Taylor
February 2
8:00 PM


”We will be doing "An Evening of the music of James Taylor" on Saturday February 2, 2019 at 8:00 PM. It will be the full band, with JP on drums, Roger on electric guitar, Peter on bass, John on acoustic guitar and Denis on keyboards and vocals. We will also have a little surprise guest performance – someone who will interpret a few songs of one of the best songwriters of the 20th century and one of James Taylor's best friends and influences... Entrance will be a suggested donation of $20. We would like to be able to offer more music from this beautiful space and your attendance helps us more than you can ever imagine.”

Infinitheatre’s Kafka's Ape
February 8
8:00 PM
February 9 2:00 PM
Captured on the Gold Coast and imprisoned in a cage, Redpeter's only escape route
is to become a walking, talking, spitting, hard-drinking member of the Peace Industry, the entrepreneurial world of mercenary soldiers that is one of the biggest growth industries of the 21st century. In detailing the journey of his enforced evolution from Apedom to Humandom, Mr. Redpeter is a living embodiment of the irony that perhaps now he is more animal than he ever was as an Ape. 
Director: Guy Sprung
Starring: Howard Rosenstein as Red Peter

Infinitheatre’s Fight On! Part Two
March 12—24
Tuesdays—Saturdays 8:00 PM, Sundays 2:00 PM
Francis Jeffery Dickens arrives in Canada in 1874 with all the prejudices and presumptions of a white colonist/settler. After serving 11 years as a member of the North West Mounted Police, horrified by the mendacity and theft that robbed the Indigenous Peoples of their lands, Frank learns to respect the traditions and wisdom of First Nations culture and begins to understand the urgent need to Live in harmony with Mother Nature. 

Snowglobe Theatre presents Shakespeare’s Hamlet
Directed by Peter Giser
May 2—12

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Snowglobe presents Shakespeare’s Hamlet, the classic tragedy of a reluctant revenge hero. Both exciting and sombre, it is a meditation on life and death, posing difficult questions that strike to the heart of our concerns today: What is the proper response to witnessing evil deeds? Should our pursuit of justice involve retribution? How can understanding others give us insight into why they do the things they do? Featuring some of Shakespeare’s most memorable characters, this riveting and humorous play impresses on us how hard it can be to do what’s right in a complicated world. 
Tickets soon on sale