Set against the natural backdrop of Lake Muskoka and the century old Steamships, this adaptation navigates the murky waters of loss, mistaken identity and the reclamation of self in Post War Gravenhurst.

Bring your own chair, blanket, cushion to take in theatre under the stars.

The Gazebo at The Gravenhurst Wharf

July 13, 14, 15, August 25, 26, 27, 31 and September 1, 2,3 at 7:30pm

Pay What You Can (suggested $20 donation)

Featuring: Raechel Fisher, Jillian Robinson, Kristiaan Hansen, Kenneth Northfield, Dewey Stewart, Ryan Hancock, Mallary Davenport, Jim Kelly and Earl Sacrey

October 2022
8 New Micro Plays
unearthing the paranormal and exhuming spectral voices

performed immersively throughout the Town of Gravenhurst and at the Muskoka Foundry in Bracebridgeover two evenings

Tales include: The Terrible Tale of Toussant, The Woes of Whilelmena the Spirit of Germania  and The Sorrow of Skeleton Lake

October 20, 22, 26, 28, 30 at 7pm October 22, 30 at 9pm

Muskoka Foundry

October 21, 23, 27, 29 at 7pm and October 23, 29 at 9pm

Town of Gravenhurst (Locations TBD)

$20 suggested donation/night

Two night passes available for $30 when ordered in advance

November 2022
A New Work
The soldiers of
The First World War

Using the masterpiece Oh, What a Lovely War by Joan Littlewood and the Theatre Workshop as inspiration - this new work highlights the loss endured in the Muskoka Region.

Told in the Muskoka Foundry - The Lament will focus on the working class and their journey into the inescapable factory of war.

Partial Proceeds of this Production will be donated to the Local Legions of Muskoka.

Created and Directed by Autumn Smith

Musical Direction by Justin Hiscox

November 3, 4, 5, 10, 11, 12 at 7pm

Muskoka Foundry

Pay What You Can (suggested $20 donation)

December 2022
The Epic Story Returns
This Christmas

"Witness this place that you are in, If you listen closely you can hear the stories that came before us. The people who cared for this place before we used it for ourselves. We have forgotten the lessons. We have lost the thread of the teachings…. so....tonight we wander. Tonight, we bear witness."

Charity, Community and Redemption are always worth the journey.
Join us as traverse the Town of Gravenhurst for this Muskoka Re-Imagined Classic.

December 7, 8, 9, 10, 14, 15, 16, 17, 21, 22, 23 at 7pm

Pay What You Can ($20 Suggested Donation)

Partial Proceeds Donated to Gravenhurst Against Poverty.

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