BOX OFFICE

Before purchasing tickets for any live event, please scroll down to read our Covid protocols and safety measures. Thank you!

Box Office Info

Tuesday through Friday: 1-7 pm
Saturday: 11 am – 4 pm
Sunday (show days only):11 am – 1 pm
Contact Us at: boxoffice@theatre3x60.ca

Online Ticket Sales close 4 hours before performance start time.
At the door/gate sales are subject to availability. Cash/VISA/MC only at the door/gate.
All ticket sales are final.
NO REFUNDS – EXCHANGE ONLY.

 Summer Performances and Events

Unless stated otherwise, all performances take place outdoors at:
Scugog Shores Museum Village.
16210 Island Rd.,
Port Perry, Ontario
L9L 1B4

Parking on site.
Learn more about the museum here.

All performances are general seating and “bring your own chair”.
​Patrons will be seated in “bubbles” according to ticket purchase.
In certain circumstances, a limited number of chairs may be available. Please contact us to confirm.

Covid Protocols
and Proof of Vaccination

As of June 1, 2022 patrons will no longer be required to show proof of vaccination at Theatre on the Ridge events; however, we still require proof of vaccination for all artists, staff and volunteers.

Masks

Indoor events: The wearing of masks is still required for all patrons. In the interest of the safety and wellbeing of our artists, staff and patrons, and as a member of the TIAO Safe Travels Stamp program we remain committed to ensuring that we all stay as safe as possible.

Outdoor events: Physical distancing will continue and the wearing of masks is encouraged.

FEATURED

Upcoming Shows

CHRISTMAS ON THE RIDGE

 

Singing in the Winter Solstice
Wednesday December  21st – 7:30 PM

Christmas on the Ridge

Singing in the Winter Solstice

Christmas on the Ridge
Wednesday, December 21, 7:30 pm
Port Perry Anglican Church of the Ascension
266 North St., Port Perry

What better way to pass the longest night of the year than with some good old fashioned holiday storytelling, songs and presents? On December 21st, we’d like to celebrate the season and the solstice with our theatre family and friends.

This informal evening of entertainment will be filled with a variety of musical numbers and stories as performed by the artists and local performers who have helped to make this past year such a success. There may even be a visit from the big elf himself with a small gift for all!

Tickets are only $25 and all proceeds will go towards supporting our 10th Anniversary programming in 2023.

Summer 2023 Ticket Options

*Ticket prices include all surcharges. 

2023 Summer Season Pass – Coming Soon

See 3 mainstage productions  for one low price.

Season Pass includes one (1) regular ticket to the 3 summer  productions, plus one (1) adult admission/production to Scugog Shores Museum Village (value – $5/each, total 4 admissions).

Once you’ve purchased your pass, please contact the Box Office to book your specific performance dates.

Play #1 – 2023 Summer Season Announcement Coming Soon 

Regular Admission
Single Ticket – $39

Ticket price includes one (1) adult admission to Scugog Shores Museum Village (value – $5). Redeem your museum admission with proof of theatre ticket purchase upon arrival at Scugog Shores Museum Village.

Play #2 – 2023 Summer Season Announcement Coming Soon

Preview Performances – $35

Ticket price includes one (1) adult admission to Scugog Shores Museum Village (value – $5). Redeem your museum admission with proof of theatre ticket purchase upon arrival at Scugog Shores Museum Village.

2023 Summer Season Announcement Coming Soon

25 and Under – $10

Proof of Age will be required on arrival. Ticket price includes one (1) adult admission to Scugog Shores Museum Village (value – $5). Redeem your museum admission with proof of theatre ticket purchase upon arrival at Scugog Shores Museum Village.

2023 Summer Season Announcement Coming Soon

Pay What you May Thursdays – suggested $10 – $15 minimum

Cash Sales at the Door only

2023 Summer Season Announcement Coming Soon

50% Capacity Tuesdays

We’re keeping the house at half capacity for the comfort of our patrons

2023 Summer Season Announcement Coming Soon

Group Sales – $35/person

Minimum 10 persons per purchase. All tickets must be made in advance in one purchase. Please contact the Box Office directly to purchase. No cash group sales at the gate.

2023 Summer Season Announcement Coming Soon

Special Events  – TBC

Ticket price includes one (1) adult admission to Scugog Shores Museum Village (value – $5). Redeem your museum admission with proof of theatre ticket purchase upon arrival at Scugog Shores Museum Village.

COMING SOON

Stay Tuned –

More Virtual Content
Releasing soon

Pine Grove Plots Onscreen

Our popular historical walk goes digital and five stories of Port Perry’s past will be available soon to view online, including Searching for Samuel Stout, Courting The McCaws, Before The Flood, The Diary of Elizabeth Christie, and Major Forman.
Check back soon for the online viewing link.

The original Pine Grove Plots project was made possible through the support of the Ontario Trillium Foundation and the Mississaugas of Scugog Island First Nation. This digital presentation has been made possible with funding from the Ontario Arts Council’s Arts Response Initiative program and in partnership with the School of Media Art and Design – Durham College.

Pine Grove Plots Onscreen

Our popular historical walk goes digital and five stories of Port Perry’s past will be available soon to view online, including Searching For Samuel Stout, Courting The McCaws, Before The Flood, The Diary of Elizabeth Christie, and Major Forman.
Check back soon for the online viewing link.

The original Pine Grove Plots project was made possible through the support of the Ontario Trillium Foundation and the Mississaugas of Scugog Island First Nation. This digital presentation has been made possible with funding from the Ontario Arts Council’s Arts Response Initiative program and in partnership with the School of Media Art and Design – Durham College.

Pine Grove Plots Onscreen

Our popular historical walk goes digital and five stories of Port Perry’s past will be available soon to view online, including Searching For Samuel Stout, Courting The McCaws, Before The Flood, The Diary of Elizabeth Christie, and Major Forman.
Check back soon for the online viewing link.

The original Pine Grove Plots project was made possible through the support of the Ontario Trillium Foundation and the Mississaugas of Scugog Island First Nation. This digital presentation has been made possible with funding from the Ontario Arts Council’s Arts Response Initiative program and in partnership with the School of Media Art and Design – Durham College.

PAST SHOWS

Snapshots Short Play Festival

November 18th and 19th 2022

 

Friday, November 18th, 7:30 pm
The Hand In The Window by Dave Ellis
Amelia Torn by Mike Trites
Welcome Home by Greg Gallagher

Saturday, November 19th
A Working Farm by Peter Paylor
North Wood Spirit by Greg Gallagher
Waiting For Winnie by Conrad Boyce
Early Bird by Craig Martin

Theatre on the Ridge presents new work by six Southern Ontario playwrights at the 2nd Port Perry Snapshots Festival on November 18 & 19. The festival, which began in 2021, continues to draw on moments, or “snapshots”, from our community in Scugog, that could define a single life, or life in a small Ontario town. This year, in recognition of the company’s new partnership with Scugog Shores Museum Village, we’ve reached into the past and six snapshots taken on the museum grounds were selected as writing prompts to inspire new one act plays.

There will be a post show conversation for the audience with the playwrights and artists after each performance. The readings will be directed by Theatre on the Ridge Artistic Director, Carey Nicholson. Some plays contain strong language and mature content.

Tickets are now $25 each for either performance, with a festival pass for both performances only $40.

Something From Nothing Beyond Words | all ages

July 12 – 16 | 7:30 pm

July 17 | 2 pm

It’s been two years of sitting behind screens, standing six feet apart and not making physical contact with each other. This season, we put our successful Something From Nothing playwriting workshop on its feet and welcome physical theatre maker extraordinaire, Andy Massingham to create a new work on our summer company that gets off the page, onto the stage and back into our bodies.

Celebrating the power of theatre to communicate beyond words, this collaborative new piece will exercise our artists’ creativity and entertain and engage our audiences in a way that we haven’t been able to experience for far too long.

General admission seating. Bring your own chairs. No Intermission. All ages.

PUNCH UP | 14+

July 26 – 30 | 7:30pm

August 2 – 6 | 7:30 pm

July 31 | 2 pm

Duncan has always been a pretty boring guy. Then he stumbles upon Brenda, a sad young woman who’s about to end her life. Convinced he’s fallen in love, Duncan strikes up a desperate deal: if he can get her to laugh, she’ll give life another shot. There’s just one catch: Duncan isn’t funny. At all.

Cue the entrance of Duncan’s second favourite comedian, Pat Wallace to save the day. But Pat has problems of his own and the last he wants to do is teach a lonely loser the difference between knock-knock jokes and schadenfreude while chained to a typewriter.

A contemporary life and death tragicomedy of three misfits, Punch Up navigates a hostage situation and a life-or-death comedy lesson to show just how far we’ll go for a laugh, and along the way celebrates some of the most iconic moments and schticks of classic comedy.

General Admisson seating. Bring your own chairs. No Intermission.
​Strong language and mature content and subject matter. Recommended as age 14+.

Cyrano | ALL AGES

August 16 – 20 | 7:30pm

August 23 – 27 | 2 pm

August 21 | 2 pm

Immerse yourself in an evening of love!
In our exciting, site-specific production, Cyrano tells the story of the original swashbuckling, swooning adventure-poet, while also reminding us all of the tender sacrifice we make for those to whom we give our hearts.

Loosely based on the real life Cyrano de Bergerac, a French novelist, playwright and duelist, Edmond Rostand’s classic tale of a consummate hero and underdog was first written and performed in 1897. Our new adaptation of this famous unrequited love story invites audiences to celebrate, cherish and be part of a timeless tale that is as potent now as it ever was.

​General admission seating. Bring your own chairs. One Intermission.
​All ages.