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The View from Here

Written by Jamie Williams

A Theatre Orangeville Mainstage Production

Mary and Michael have some issues.

Things just aren’t turning out quite the way they’d planned, and the view from here isn’t exactly the view they had been expecting to see.

Weddings and funerals, unscheduled renovations, Guinness and date nights, the foibles of intimacy after a certain age … it all adds up to seeing the world in a very different, and often very hilarious way!


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Authors on Stage Series 

Presented in Partnership with BookLore

All proceeds to  benefit Theatre Orangeville's New Play Development Fund.

Where The Falcon Flies by Adam Shoalts

Looking out his porch window one spring morning, Adam Shoalts spotted a majestic peregrine falcon flying across the neighboring fields near Lake Erie. Each spring, falcons migrate from southernmost Canada to remote arctic mountains. Grabbing his backpack and canoe, Shoalts resolved to follow the falcon’s route north on an astonishing 3,400-kilometre journey to the Arctic.

Along the way, he faces a huge variety of challenges and obstacles, including storms on the Great Lakes, finding campsites in the urban wilderness of Toronto and Montreal, avoiding busy commercial freighter traffic, gale force winds, massive hydroelectric dams, bushwhacking without trails, dealing with hunger, multiple bear encounters, and navigating white-water rapids on icy northern rivers far from any help.

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Paddling Film Festival World Tour

November 5 2023

Canoe North Adventures presents the World Tour Paddling Film Festival featuring 2023’s top Water Sport Short and Long Films. This is a Family friendly event you won’t want to miss! Visit here for more info. 


Catered Intermission by Absolute Catering. 

Draw Prizes, Give-Aways and Book Launch!

10:30am-2:00 pm

Adult Tickets: $24.00

Student Tickets: $20.00

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Authors on Stage Series 

Presented in Partnership with BookLore

All proceeds to benefit Theatre Orangeville's New Play Development Fund.

By The Ghost Light by R.H Thomson

In By the Ghost Light, R.H. Thomson offers an extraordinary look at his family’s history while providing a powerful examination of how we understand war and its aftermath. Using his family letters as a starting point, Thomson roams through a century of folly, touching on areas of military history, art, literature, and science, to express the tragic human cost of war behind the order and calm of ceremonial parades, memorials, and monuments. In an urgent call for new ways to acknowledge the dead, R.H. has created “The World Remembers,” an ambitious international project to individually name each of the millions killed in the First World War.

Held by Anne Michaels

1917. On a battlefield near the River Aisne, John lies in the aftermath of a blast, unable to move or feel his legs. Struggling to focus his thoughts, he is lost to memory as the snow falls—a chance encounter in a pub by a railway, a hot bath with his lover on a winter night.

1920. John has returned from war to North Yorkshire, near a different river. He is alive but still not whole. Reunited with Helena, an artist, he reopens his photography business and tries to keep on living. But the past erupts insistently into the present, as ghosts begin to surface in his pictures: ghosts with messages he cannot understand.

So begins a narrative that spans four generations of connections and consequences that ignite and re-ignite as the century unfolds. In luminous moments of desire, comprehension, longing, and transcendence, the sparks fly upward, working their transformations decades later.

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Twas the Night Gala 

A Theatre Orangeville Fundraiser

An elegant evening of gourmet dining, live & silent auctions, and unforgettable entertainment. It’s the perfect way to start the holiday season.

Twas the Night Gala is the premiere annual fundraising event for Theatre Orangeville. Proceeds from this spectacular event go towards supporting our Mainstage and Youth Academy programming.

The ’Twas the Night Gala begins with complimentary champagne, festive music and mingling with fellow guests, dressed in their best!

’Twas the Night Gala is an evening—and event—like no other.

This event takes place at the Best Western Plus Orangeville Inn & Suites- Please contact our Office Manager -Aisling Smith with any questions regarding this event. 

Phone: 519-942-3423 ext. 2803


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Cinderella …if the Shoe Fits

written by Debbie Collins and David Nairn

A Theatre Orangeville Mainstage Production

This hilarious and over the top classic Pantomime is bursting with outrageous energy, is chock full of laughs, is sprinkled with more than just a little magic, introduces you to a host of loveable characters, and will fill your theatre with great sing-along music.

Featuring a raucous live band, this enchanting show gives the audience the opportunity to cheer the hero and boo the villain at every turn. (And yes, you’re encouraged to do so!)

Whether you’re 9 or 99 - this show, filled with just the right amount of Naughty & Nice humour, is perfect for the entire family.

We hope you’re ready to laugh-out-loud and sing your hearts out at this World Premiere Panto – don’t miss what is sure to become a beloved and treasured NEW Holiday tradition!

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Authors on Stage Series 

Presented in Partnership with BookLore

All proceeds to benefit Theatre Orangeville's New Play Development Fund.

How Canada Works by Peter Mansbridge

In this latest collection of personal stories, Peter Mansbridge and former CBC producer Mark Bulgutch shine a light on the everyday jobs that keep our nation running and the inspiring people who perform them with empathy and kindness.

Meet the 911 operator in British Columbia who sends help to callers in crisis and stays on the line, steadying them as they wait. Hear from the chief of the Neskantaga First Nation in northern Ontario, who sacrifices his personal time to fight for better resources for his community, which has had a boil water advisory since the mid-1990s. From the air traffic controller who ensures people get to where they need to go, to the midwife in Saskatchewan who guides families through pregnancy and the birthing process, these are the jobs that connect Canadians on both a logistical and personal level.

Though Canada is still very much a work in progress, this enlightening book celebrates how we are greater than the sum of our parts by championing the people that make our country great.

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Doris & Ivy in the Home

written by Norm Foster

A Theatre Orangeville Mainstage Production

Retired prison guard Doris Mooney has just moved into Paradise Village, a retirement home in Canmore, Alberta. She quickly befriends Ivy Hoffbauer, a former champion skier who’s taken aback by Doris’ cheerful brashness.

Rounding out the trio is dapper Arthur Beech who has designs on Ivy.

Love, gossip, and sex behind the compost heap, this is Norm Foster at his hilarious best!

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By the Light of a Story

written by Kristen D Silva

A Theatre Orangeville Mainstage Production

Madeline Holland is a young widow struggling to pick herself up after the loss of her novelist husband, Rhys. Her sister-in-law Tammy is doing her best to drag Madeline out of her sweatpants and back into the world but it’s not until Noah Boyd, a ghost writer hired to complete Rhys’ best-selling fantasy series, appears on Madeline’s doorstep that things start to get interesting. Eager to do his writing mentor proud, and determined to protect her husband’s legacy, the pair quickly get acquainted, and suddenly, Madeline finds herself at the crossroads of a new chapter.

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The Darktown Strutter's Ball

written by Leslie McCurdy

A Theatre Orangeville Mainstage Production

The song The Darktown Strutters’ Ball was the earliest jazz recording ever made, and it was written by Shelton Brooks, an Afro-Canadian who was the music industry’s first superstar.

This compelling new musical will take you back to the early days of music halls and vaudeville, days that have inspired every musician right up to, and including, those of today.

This Strutters’ Ball is for people just like you, people who like to strut their stuff … and it’ll be a party as ever a party could be!

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