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Just got back from seeing The Numbers Game. It stars jjust 2 acors who each play one other part. It is a romantic comedy about two old school chums meeting up again when one is trying to get a room mate to share the rent....More
Wow, who would have thought such a great time could be had going to see a really great regional theatre. This is a very interesting 1860's mansion turned into theatrical/ arts centre in a beautiful small town in the South Niagara City. This a fun...More
My wife and I were invited to a wedding that occurred in the Showboat Festival Theater. All went well. There was music and the wedding vows. The seats were super comfortable and there was air-conditioning.
After the ceremony, the couple wanted a picture of everyone...More
The theatre employs professional actors and does light comedy for the summer. Thoroughly enjoyable. Well air-conditioned small theatre (maybe take a sleeved top), refreshments area has drinks. The theatre is attached to a beautiful old estate house, 'Roselawn'.
If you want to stay overnight, suggest...More
This play was hilarious and had a ball. Showboat is a local theatre that offers great performances, energetic actors at a reasonable price. There is not a bad seat in the theatre. Get there a little early if you want to have a parking space--parking...More
My husband and I attended the performance of 'Corpse' in June and have tickets to see 'Stag and Doe' this weekend. The theatre was a quaint little theatre, tucked into a side street in Port Colborne. The performance was fantastic, there really wasn't a bad...More
Fantastic Summer Theatre has returned once more to Port Colborne. Thanks to our local Author William Thomas for taking the initiative and saving her. Viewed most shows last summer and enjoyed immensely. Actors are energetic and believable. Looking forward to the new shows this year!...More
Ted Atherton, F.B.I. Agent, Myles Leland III, on the Syndicated TV series “Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye.” and of “Nothing To Good For A Cowboy” fame, an accomplished Shakespearean actor, is a perfect choice to play Richard Hannay of John Buchan’s “The 39 Steps”, and Showboat/Lighthouse Artistic...More