by Ray Cooney
Never has this master of farce been frenetically funnier! Henry A. Perkins, a mild mannered CPA, accidentally picks up the wrong briefcase on his way home for his birthday dinner; one full of money! Henry assumes it’s illicit cash and decides to keep it and skip town with his wife. But, standing between Henry and Jean’s shot at a new life in Barcelona, are their well-meaning friends, Vic and Betty, a police officer with lots of questions and a serious case of mistaken identity. Soon the house is full, resulting in a frantic game of cat and mouse, hilarious innuendo, and cruelly funny turns of fate. The battle to hold on to the money is on!
October 19 - 23, 2016
You Say Tomato, I Say Shut Up!
by Annabelle Gurwitch and Jeff Kahn
A real life love story - zany, hectic and uproariously funny! Whether you have been married forever, thinking about marriage, or still looking for the "perfect" relationship, you will laugh at the hilarious, romantic rollercoaster ride towards Happily Ever After, which proves there is hope & happiness for even the most incompatible of lovers, husbands & wives. After thirteen years of marriage, Annabelle Gurwitch and Jeff Kahn have found, “We’re just not that into us.” In their hilarious and ultimately moving memoir, YOU SAY TOMATO, I SAY SHUT UP! actor/comedian/writers/real-life married couple Annabelle and Jeff prove that in marriage, all you need is love—and a healthy dose of complaining, co-dependence, and Pinot Noir.
January 11 - 15, 2017
by Willy Russell
The provocative and heartbreaking multi-award winning musical by Willy Russell. Blood Brothers tells the unforgettable story of the Johnstone twins. Separated at birth when their mother could not afford to raise them both, Mickey and Edward grew up streets apart, becoming best friends but never knowing the truth. After childhood, divergent paths lead one brother to riches and the other to rags with lives that intersect over the love of the same woman. Hanging over this stunning musical is the chilling prophecy that twins who are separated at birth will die on the day they discover the truth about who they are.
February 8 - 12, 2017
Tickets: $30 (Wednesday - Saturday) | $25 (Sunday matinee)
at Oakville Centre For The Performing Arts - 130 Navy Street Oakville
Tickets available online or call the box office at 905-815-2021
Subscriptions also available (See 5 shows for $125). Contact Box Office for details!