Theatre Scarborough consists of three groups that use the same stage. Scarborough Players and Scarborough Theatre Guild are dedicated to producing creative dramas, comedies and mysteries, while Scarborough Music Theatre produces musicals. The three groups perform 11 combined shows throughout the season that are presented on a unique ‘thrust’ stage. The best part? There isn’t a bad seat in the house with the thrust design allowing the audience to be up close and personal on all three sides of the stage. The price of tickets is reasonable, parking is free and all three groups offer subscriptions for great deals.
Scarborough Players has a long history, having originated in 1958, and produces entertaining comedies and dramas on an intimate stage. Past productions include Brighton Beach Memoirs, A Streetcar Named Desire, and The Winslow Boy,with a wealth of home grown, ACT-CO award-winning talent. Scarborough Players has wine and cheese on opening night, when the audience has a chance to meet the actors, and ‘Talk Back’ Thursdays allow the audience to ask the director, cast and crew questions about the production.
Scarborough Theatre Guild
Scarborough Theatre Guild, established in 1959, has produced Nuts, Cactus Flowerand The Mumberley Inheritance. Looking for a unique experience? Head here during the occasional improv, when the fourth wall is broken down to allow the audience to get involved in the action.
Scarborough Music Theatre
Scarborough Music Theatre produces musicals — which usually sell out. These include The Full Monty, Nine to Fiveand The King and I.
Theatre Scarborough, 3600 Kingston Rd, Toronto, ON, Canada, +1 416 267 9292