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Firehall Theatre

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Firehall Theatre
Phone:
1-866-382-7020
Address:
185 South Street, Gananoque, Ontario, K7G 1A1, Canada
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Upcoming Events At This Venue

October 25, 2014

The Johnny Max Band is a groovy New Orleans/Memphis style Blues horn band playing Blues & R& B, that makes you want to get up and dance! It is all about the music, not the solos. It is all about the groove and the move! Join this JUNO Award & multiple Maple Blues Award nominee band in the intimate setting of the Firehall Theatre this Fall. See the event poster here.

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Date: October 25, 2014 8:00 pm
Cost: $30

November 7, 2014

Produced by Merv Buchanan, Trend Records Entertainment. Canadian brothers, Chris and Geoff Dahl, and their hot back-up band, bring the insanity of The Blues Brothers back to the concert stage with their exciting tribute to those lovable Chicago delinquents, Jake and Elwood Blues. Audiences find it hard to take their eyes off these “men in black” as they dance and jump around, belting out the best rockin’ blues you’ve ever heard, on their “mission from God”. They clap, sing and laugh til they cry, at this action-packed show. See the event poster here.

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Date: November 7, 2014 7:00 pm
Cost: $32

Produced by Merv Buchanan, Trend Records Entertainment. Canadian brothers, Chris and Geoff Dahl, and their hot back-up band, bring the insanity of The Blues Brothers back to the concert stage with their exciting tribute to those lovable Chicago delinquents, Jake and Elwood Blues. Audiences find it hard to take their eyes off these “men in black” as they dance and jump around, belting out the best rockin’ blues you’ve ever heard, on their “mission from God”. They clap, sing and laugh til they cry, at this action-packed show. See the event poster here.

Click here to buy online, or call the Box Office at 613-382-7020 

Date: November 7, 2014 9:00 pm
Cost: $32

December 4, 2014

The Thousand Islands Playhouse Playwrights’ Unit consists of local Playwrights who are selected to participate in a year-long residency program designed to foster the talent of both emerging and established artists. During the residency, each member works to develop a play. You’re invited to join us for the first public readings of these plays, led by professional directors and performed by professional actors.

SIBERIAN SUMMER

By Paul Van Dyck
Thursday, December 4. 7:30pm in the Firehall Theatre

Siberian Summer chronicles the adventures of three retired small-town Ontario women who decide to take a vacation on the Trans-Siberian Railway. Based on an actual trip the playwright took in 2008 with his mother and her friends, this whimsical comedy examines the often humorous and sometimes poignant cultural differences between nationalities and generations.

Director: Ashlie Corcoran
Louise: Diane Stapley
Beatrice: Carolyn Heathrington
Pam: Anne Hardcastle
Peter: Brett Christopher
Sonya: Alexandra Montagnese

Date: December 4, 2014 7:30 pm
Cost: Free

December 5, 2014

The Thousand Islands Playhouse Playwrights’ Unit consists of local Playwrights who are selected to participate in a year-long residency program designed to foster the talent of both emerging and established artists. During the residency, each member works to develop a play. You’re invited to join us for the first public readings of these plays, led by professional directors and performed by professional actors.

BRUISER

By Rona Waddington
Friday, December 5. 7:30pm in the Firehall Theatre

Bruiser is a comedy about a successful music band manager who suffers a professional crisis that calls into question his unique brand of genius. While accompanying a popular musician to a rock concert in a remote location, his unorthodox business practices are unexpectedly challenged, bringing him face to face with a formidable adversary– himself.

Director: Ashlie Corcoran
Brud Osler: David Janser
Kate Simms: Kathryn MacKay
Casper: Brett Christopher
Joel: Craig Walker
Mandy: Alexandra Montagnese

Date: December 5, 2014 7:30 pm
Cost: Free

December 6, 2014

The Thousand Islands Playhouse Playwrights’ Unit consists of local Playwrights who are selected to participate in a year-long residency program designed to foster the talent of both emerging and established artists. During the residency, each member works to develop a play. You’re invited to join us for the first public readings of these plays, led by professional directors and performed by professional actors.

LORE

By Jodi Essery and Attila Clemann
Saturday, December 6. 7:30pm in the Firehall Theatre

Lore is a duet. A young girl prays that her dead mother be returned to her.Instead, an emaciated 7-foot-tall Viking falls from the sky. Our young heroine must open herself up to an unexpected and uninvited stranger who does not speak her language, and lives by none of the rules of her everyday world. Together they will rage, defy, laugh, eat, struggle, become lost, fail, hold on, and step into a blizzard of not knowing in an effort to return the Viking from whence he came.

Director: Ashlie Corcoran
Giant: David Jansen
Twig: Alexandra Montagnese

Date: December 6, 2014 7:30 pm
Cost: Free