We realize that a spring 2020 timeframe for our next 2 shows is not realistic. Waiting until fall of 2020 allows more time for the COVID-19 measures to work. Therefore, the Curtain Club Theatre has made further decisions in regard to our current 2019-2020 season. Please visit www.thecurtainclub.org/covid-19, the dedicated page on our website that displays the most up-to-date information for members and patrons.
We are pleased to present The Curtain Club’s 66th season. Providing something for everyone’s tastes is always an interesting challenge and we have a great variety of shows lined up. From comedy to historical drama, to a psychological thriller and to a laugh out loud musical, we celebrate over six decades of award winning community theatre right here in Richmond Hill. Please join us!
the romantic comedy
by Jeanne Bobrick & Sam Bobrick
Sep 13 to 28, 2019 (preview Sep 12) – Now Closed
Middle-aged couple Peggy and Frank have booked a romantic weekend away at a cabin. Just as things are starting to cook, in walk Jill and Tony, a couple in their twenties who cannot keep their hands off each other. A comedic clash of generations ensues as the sparring begins on who will stay and who will go.
the heartwarming story
The Patron Saint of Stanley Park
by Hiro Kanagawa
Nov 15 to 30, 2019 (preview Nov 14) – Now Closed
Siblings Josh and Jennifer are coping with the Christmas Eve disappearance of their father. On the one year anniversary the children set out on a trek to
Stanley Park where they experience wondrous visions that help them understand the truth about their dad and the healing power of love.
the psychological thriller
by J. Muggleton
Jan 17 to Feb 1, 2020 (preview Jan 16) – Now Closed
The passion for games and storytelling become very real when a visitor joins a group of murder mystery authors and long time friends. As the evening unfolds, lines between fact and fiction are blurred and the truth leads to a conclusion you won’t see coming.
the historic drama
by Robert Chafe
POSTPONED: April 17 to May 2, 2020 (preview April 16)
Myra Bennett delivered more than 700 babies, extracted at least 5,000 teeth, set broken limbs, performed kitchen table operations by lamplight and was known throughout Newfoundland and Labrador as “Florence Nightingale of the North.” This is a wonderful, heart-felt play about a pioneering legend.
the hilarious musical comedy
I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change
by Joe DiPietro
POSTPONED: May 22 to June 6, 2020 (preview May 21)
Everything you have ever secretly thought about dating, romance, sex, marriage, lovers, partners, husbands and wives but were afraid to admit comes to life in this hilarious musical. Get ready for some great laughs and delightful music on love and relationships over the years. [Mature content/Language]
Season is subject to change without notice