PUNCH UP YOUR SUMMER!

PUNCH UP, BY KAT SANDLER

JUNE 13TH – 29TH, 2024

SUMMER 2024 THEATRE CAMPS

 

July and August Theatre camps – Register now!

 

THE SONG OF SAMUEL

Join us on the journey towards a full production of this compelling new work.

 

 

Theatre on the Ridge is a not for profit professional theatre company performing throughout the year in Port Perry, Scugog Township and the Durham Region. Our annual Summer Festival takes place on the grounds of Scugog Shores Museum Village, just east of Port Perry.

  Please go to the menu at the top of the page for more information about our programs, and go to the Shows &Tickets page for all current and upcoming performances.

OUR UPCOMING SHOWS

Punch Up, by Kat Sandler, June 13th to June 29th

The Musical of Musicals: The Musical. Music, book and lyrics by Joanne Bogart and Eric Rockwell. July 11th to July 27th.

The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) (Revised) (Again). By Daniel Singer, Adam Long and Jess Winfield. August 8th to August 24th.

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SHOWS AND TICKETS.

 

 TAKE A LOOK BACK AT OUR 2023 SUMMER SEASON!

 

 

See our IN DEVELOPMENT page to learn about our collaboration with up and coming playwright Uju Umenyi, who has created a new play based on the life of Port Perry’s first black resident.

Samuel Stout arrived in Scugog in the later 19th century and worked as a barber, married a white woman, became an important member of the community, and died a centenarian and the oldest man in Scugog.

Please go to our CONNECTING THROUGH THEATRE page to learn more about our free program of theatre and theatre-related activities, funded by the Government of Ontario.

Attend a play, try an acting class, sit with the actors and be part of a staged reading, learn a new skill. It’s all possible!

Adults of all ages are welcome and no previous experience or knowledge of theatre is required.

Scugog Shores Museum

LAND ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

Theatre on the Ridge acknowledges that we are situated within the Williams Treaties and the traditional territories of the Mississaugas, a branch of the greater Anishinaabeg Nation, which includes the Algonquin, Ojibway, Mississauga, Chippewa, Odawa, Delaware and Potawatomi peoples.

We recognize that land acknowledgements are not enough. We must pursue truth, reconciliation, decolonization and allyship in an ongoing effort to make right with all our relations.

In our work here, we seek to honour the generations of Indigenous Elders and knowledge keepers who have gone before us, as well as those yet to come.