Call it creeping tedium, or simply being stuck in the marital doldrums, Jan Jacklin’s play For the Love of a Good Man seeks to find a remedy. The answer, of course, is to do what’s best for a marriage where even ‘love’ has become a questionable ideal. To this end, sixty year old COLLEEN, now retired, devises a scheme she believes will spark a new beginning for herself and her husband RICHARD. Her method however, aided and abetted by her best friend Diane is a shade unconventional. As the two friends collaborate they delve deeper and deeper into questions about friendship, loyalty and love. In the end, when the truth is revealed, sparks do fly, because when push comes to shove, there’s something to be said for good men: they deserve what they get! STARRING KAREN THORN, TERRY SAVORY & ROSIE DELROY.
Every THURSDAY IN JULY & AUGUST, starting July 18, performing at the Peninsula Recreation Centre. Show starts at 8pm. Meet up with friends before at either Clevelands House or The Rock Golf Club for drinks and/or dinner and receive a $10 discount to see the show on that same date ($20/person minimum before taxes for dinner or drinks)
This is a non-licensed event at the Peninsula Recreation Centre..
Portion of proceeds will be donated to Muskoka Chautauqua.
August 16/17/18/23/24/25. This is an outdoor theatre event. B.Y.O.A.B.C. Bring your own APPETIZERS, BEVERAGE AND CHAIR. Show begins at 5:30pm. Access to property at 4:30pm. No performance if it rains. Your ticket is good for any one of the 6 performances. There will be a port-o-pottie on-site. Visit the Artists of Limberlost Studios during the day ON August 17 & 18 and get a fill of culture. This event is located at 2371 Limberlost Road in Lake of Bays (just past Billie Bear Road.)
It’s the day after the funeral of a friend, and three women gather for a round of golf in honour of their recently deceased playing partner. They are joined by a 4th woman, another old friend of the deceased that the other three didn’t know about. During the round the women discuss life, love, men, sex, children, careers…everything but golf. Many surprises, secrets and confessions come to the surface during this hilarious and heart-warming round of golf.
SEPTEMBER 8, 9, 15 & 16
Sept 8 (Barrie - Private Club)
Sept. 9 (Dinner & Theatre Event at Windermere Golf Club, Muskoka Lakes)
Sept 15 & 16 (Outdoor Event in Lake of Bays)
is one of the most captivating singer/songwriters to burst onto the Canadian music scene, bringing her unique blend of country, soul, and folk music to her compositions. Immediately upon its release, her debut EP “Mirror Mirror” received critical acclaim, everywhere. She has the experience touring Canada while performing coast-to-coast on VIA RAIL. She has opened for established artists such as Paul James, Craig Cardiff, Katherine Wheatley, and Brock Zeman. Building a strong connection with her audience, Christina Hutt’s voice reaches the raw truth, the hope, and the love that resides at the core of us all. You are guaranteed to have your soul stirred by her distinctive vibrato, rich tone, and passionate delivery.
is what happens when Tori Amos and Loreena McKennitt swap set lists. She sings about the paths women walk through life and myth and media. A mistress of the keys, powerhouse vocalist and evocative storyteller, she is the synthesis of influence and invocation, a sonic tapestry of vulnerable ferocity pursuing equity in all its forms. This full-time travelling bard shares her craft with communities, venues and events across North America and abroad supporting women's voices and the strength of diversity. CD’S will be available for sale.
2371 LIMBERLOST RD,
LAKE OF BAYS
RAIN OR SHINE.
2 incredible artists
Read more about local favourite Christina Hutt at https://christinahutt.com/
Read more about the incomporable Leslie Hudson at: https://lesliehudson.com/music/
Limited # of tickets will be available at the door for $25 (no tax)
A Page-To-Stage Play Reading Series
Professional actors take the stage and perform a play, ON-SCRIPT. Lifting the characters off the page. This enhances the audience experience: the true craft of the actor and the playwright's words. No sets, costumes, lighting or sound effects. THE ESSENCE OF THE PERFORMING ARTS. An introduction to each play is provided by our company dramaturg - background of the play and playwright, along with poignant facts and tidbits are shared prior to the performance.