Discover the best top things to do in Ontario, United States including Blackhorse Village Players Theatre, Capitol Theatre, St. Jacobs Country Playhouse, St. Jacobs Schoolhouse Theatre, Port Stanley Festival Theatre, Hamilton Family Theatre Cambridge, King's Wharf Theatre, Periscope Playhouse Cultural Centre, Royal Alexandra Theatre, Avon Theater.
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5.0 based on 243 reviews
The Cameco Capitol Arts Centre is a professional regional theatre located 1-hour east of Downtown Toronto where you will experience top quality productions and concerts in the historic and picturesque small town of Port Hope. Since 2013, under Artistic Director & General Manager Antonio Sarmiento the Capitol has won awards and recognition for embracing its historical status AND using innovative technologies in visual effects to create an enhanced live experience. Recent critically acclaimed stage productions utilizing these technologies include productions of “Disney’s Mary Poppins” and “Singin’ In The Rain”, “SNARL’D! The Rapunzel Panto” and our highly anticipated productions of “On Golden Pond”, “Crazy For You” and the global sensation “Mamma Mia!”. The Capitol has become a “must-see” Ontario destination that has partnerships with local restaurants, cafes, merchants, accommodations and more to offer a complete “experience” to our guests.
Funny show! Charming theatre, excellent staff. Took my teenage kids, we all enjoyed it very much. Great location in Port Hope. We go every year, in the past we have enjoyed 39 Steps, King Arthur Panto, etc.
5.0 based on 494 reviews
The St. Jacobs Country Playhouse is conveniently located on Benjamin Road at the northern edge of Waterloo, in the heart of St. Jacobs' Market District. With the exquisite Best Western Plus St. Jacobs Country Inn next door, and endless shopping within walking distance, a visit to the Playhouse is a memorable outing, whether you're coming from near or far.Operating year-round, the St. Jacobs Country Playhouse is a distinctive venue that features turn-of-the-century masonry and heavy timber accents associated with traditional Mennonite architecture. With 385 seats, the theatre auditorium has a raked layout that affords each seat a fantastic view of the stage.
Incredible talent and stage design in my fav intimate theatre. The performance was so interesting and exciting it had us on the edge of our seats. It is a memorable show that goes well beyond its famous line: you can’t handle the truth. Tom Cruise, you gotta see your new competition.
5.0 based on 134 reviews
The St. Jacobs Schoolhouse Theatre is located in the heart of the old town, adjacent to Canada's original Home Hardware Store and just steps away from the bustling main street. With unique gift shops, excellent restaurants, museums and galleries, as well as quaint country inns and B&Bs, the village of St. Jacobs is the perfect spot to spend a few days.Set in a renovated 1867 village schoolhouse, this professional theatre is high on charm. With only 100 seats and remarkable acoustics, the intimate atmosphere lends itself to cabaret-style performances, where you can enjoy a beverage at your table that's positioned just a few feet from the stage.
Very good performance by excellent gospel singers and musicians. Very enjoyable afternoon. Very lively performers...never a dull moment.
5.0 based on 62 reviews
Revisited Port Stanley in JANUARY, because of our positive experience at this theatre in the summer last season. It is operated by community volunteers who are friendly and extremely helpful. My partner and I were seated one behind the other and the ticket office came to us prior to the show and offered us 2 seats together if we preferred. Fantastic customer service! The seats are comfortable too. Both performances were excellent and we will be back despite the long drive home to Muskoka.
5.0 based on 734 reviews
The spectacular Hamilton Family Theatre Cambridge (formerly Dunfield Theatre Cambridge) is located at 46 Grand Avenue South in Cambridge. Situated in a historic downtown setting along the Grand River, this stunning 500-seat theatre facility is conveniently positioned near great shopping, exquisite dining, beautiful architecture, luxurious accommodation and a wide range of fascinating attractions.Designed by Diamond Schmitt Architects, the Hamilton Family Theatre Cambridge is a state-of-the art facility with world class acoustics and excellent sightlines that provide unparalleled intimacy between the audience and the stage.
This is a wonderful facility in which to watch shows. Every seat in the place provides good viewing. The place is spotlessly clean, lots of women's washrooms and intermission snacks. There is an elevator for diabled people. Unfortunately there is not enough parking and both times although arriving half an hour early, we have had to locate street parking that was not real close.
5.0 based on 251 reviews
Nestled within Discovery Harbour on Georgian Bay, the King's Wharf Theatre is a pleasantly rustic, 385-seat venue that offers all the comforts of a modern facility. Flanked by the historic buildings of a 19th-century British naval and military base, the theatre is located at the end of a beautiful boardwalk that looks on to the homeport of replica ships H.M.S. Bee and H.M.S. Tecumseth. A visit to the King's Wharf Theatre takes only 45 minutes from Barrie and Orillia, or just over an hour from Collingwood. While in the area, explore the communities of Penetanguishene and Midland, which offer unique shops and dining establishments. You'll also want to discover such treasures as Ontario's first European Community at Sainte-Marie among the Hurons.
It was absolutely awesome!! The thrill of watching my 6 year old granddaughter experience her first play was emotional for me as I watched her so enthralled with everything, it just melted my heart ???? we are all about experiences and memories with our grandchildren and she will remember this forever!! BRAVO ????????
5.0 based on 8 reviews
The Periscope Playhouse Cultural Centre is a not-for-profit corporation located in the heart of Port Burwell, dedicated to promoting and facilitating local theatre performances and cultural activities that enrich the community involvement and engagement in a positive, innovative and inspirational social environment.
4.5 based on 1,403 reviews
A masterpiece of beaux-arts architecture, the historic Royal Alexandra is Toronto's senior theatre and, at 101, never having been converted to any other use, the oldest continuously operating legitimate theatre in North America.The Royal Alexandra is also North America's first truly "royal" theatre - "royal" by patent from Edward VII - named with royal permission for his consort, Alexandra, a Danish princess and great-grandmother of the present queen.
There are many excellent musicals around, all entertaining. But Come From Away eclipses them all. It’s not based on a fictitious story line, but on a real event. If that’s not enough, it’s one of those events that most of the audience members recall personally. “I remember what I was doing when...”. Add to that the amazing performances of the talented cast members, effortlessly transitioning from one character to another; the excellent musical score; the mood swings from laughter to tears and back again; the superb lighting changes; the random acts of kindness; and the fact it’s unabashedly Canadian. See it, and tell your friends!!
4.5 based on 535 reviews
Located in the heart of downtown at 99 Downie Street, this one-time vaudeville theatre has been rejuvenated but still retains its old world charm. The theatre offers special access seating on the orchestra level. This location has limited metered parking and Special Access spaces are located on George and Downie Streets. For Motor Coaches/Buses, please do not load/unload or park in front of the theatre. Loading zones are available on the north side of George Street.
We attended a matinee of “Private Lives”....absolutely well done and sooooo funny! The actors were well matched as to how they interacted and meshed with their
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