The Summer Repertory Season
August 1st to September 3rd
Enjoy great Canadian, international and classical theatre at two new performance venues in the village of Wellington. Join us for a new outdoor theatre experience under the Village Tent or help us christen a new Storefront studio theatre, both on Main Street Wellington.
Grab your tickets or purchase a three-ticket Flex Pass for the best deal!
Hippolyta’s Wedding: A Midsummer Night’s Dream by William Shakespeare
- Directed by Jeannette Lambermont-Morey, featuring Bruce Dow as Bottom
August 1 – 27 | Village Tent, Main Street Wellington (Location TBA)
This new production of Shakespeare’s most popular comedy will feature an exciting cast anchored by veteran actor Bruce Dow as Bottom (12 seasons at Stratford Festival, Jesus Christ Superstar on Broadway).
Stones in His Pockets by Marie Jones
- Directed by Bruce Dow
August 9 – September 3 | Village Tent, Main Street Wellington (Location TBA)
This multiple-award winning comedy about a Hollywood film production in a small Irish town seen through the eyes of two local men cast as extras. Featuring comedic actors Geoffrey Armour (Driftwood Theatre’s The Taming of the Shrew) and Connor Thompson (The Second City).
Mary’s Wedding by Stephen Massicotte
- Directed by Jeannette Lambermont-Morey
August 15 – September 2 | Storefront Studio, 310 Main Street Wellington
Featuring Alex Furber and Siobhan O’Malley, Mary’s Wedding is a popular Canadian drama about young love, dreams and memory, set in the years following the First World War.
Festival Players Presents
Festival Players Presents will extend our activities into the Fall and Winter months and feature an all-Canadian lineup of theatrical presentations both in the Storefront theatre and venues throughout The County. The series will kick off with a bang in September with:
The Harrowing of Brimstone McReedy
- An Eldritch Theatre Production, Created and Performed by Eric Woolfe
September 26 – October 1 | Storefront Studio, 310 Main Street Wellington
TICKETS ON SALE SOON.
Additional programming will be announced on an ongoing basis. Festival Players Presents is made possible in part by the Government of Canada.