Paris Performers' Theatre

Thriving Community Theatre in The Cobblestone Capital of Canada


On A First Name Basis

By Norm Foster

Directed by George Fowlie



Linda Lloyd-McKenzie and Richard Cook

David Kilbride, a successful spy novelist with writer’s block, has received some devastating news he’s kept to himself. He realizes he knows nothing about his housekeeper. Lucy Hopperstaad, his housekeeper of twenty-eight years, has her own secret that she’s afraid to admit. As Lucy is getting ready to end her shift, David invites her to stay and have a drink. David is curious about the woman who has been tending to his house all these years. At first, it is difficult to get the very proper and rather prickly Miss Hopperstaad to relent, but, with the aide of a few shots of scotch, each tries to draw the life story out of the other as they move into ever more increasingly personal details of their private lives. But…as the night sets in and the drinks start to flow, secrets reveal themselves, for better or worse!

Performance Dates November 16, 17, 22, 23, 24 @ 8 PM (Doors open @ 7 PM)

November 18 & 25 @ 2 PM (Doors open @ 1 PM)

Bare, Bear Bones

By Michael Grant

Directed By Terri-Lynn Graham


A hilarious comedy. Empty nesters, Norman and Ruth, try to rekindle the spark in their marriage, return to the campground of their youth in a broken-down tent trailer. Things have changed at the campground since their last visit… when all is exposed…everyone is in for a surprise and a lot of laughs.

FEBRUARY 15, 16, 21, 22, 23 @ 8 PM (DOORS OPEN AT 7 PM)


Tickets Available at Green Heron Books January 15, 2019

Bare Bear Bones has also been entered into Western Ontario Drama League Festival and will be adjudicated Friday February 15, 2019

Don’t miss adjudication!

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

By Robert Louis Stevenson

Adapted by Richard Abbott

Directed By Duncan Graham

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Dr. Henry Jekyll is a prominent and respected physician living in London. Delving into scientific research on the theory of good and evil existing simultaneously in man, Dr. Jekyll perfects a potion which transforms him into the hideous, misshapen, maniacal Mr. Edward Hyde. In the disguise of Mr. Hyde, he commits many atrocities and the law begins to close in.

MAY 17, 18, 23, 24, 25 @ 8 PM (DOORS OPEN AT 7 PM)

MAY 19 & 26 @ 2 PM (DOORS OPEN AT 1 PM)

Paris Performers’ Theatre works to produce a variety of live theatre productions and to promote an appreciation of the performing arts. We strive to create an enjoyable theatre experience for our patrons.