February 28 to March 07
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What would you sacrifice to get to the top? The second mainstage production of the year is Top Girls by the celebrated playwright Caryl Churchill. First produced in 1982 (last seen produced at the Shaw Festival in 2015) this contemporary play tells the story of Marlene, a career-driven woman who is only interested in women’s success in business.…


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Tickets go on sale Monday, September 25th. This coming February and March, the Port Colborne Operatic Society presents The Wizard Of OZ . This will be an exciting and entertaining production of everyone’s favourite show! Based on the popularity of last year’s production of My Fair Lady and early in this year’s show, tickets will sell out quic…


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Rangel is a migrant worker from Mexico who is back in Niagara for the sixth year to work in the region’s vineyards. Lonely for his daughter and pregnant wife Dolores who he left at home, Rangel calls on the patron saint of their village Delicias for strength. But Rangel’s divided world is more than it seems.


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Presented in partnership with the Niagara Regional Native Centre, Soaring Eagles Indigenous Elementary and Secondary Schools, Niagara Catholic District School Board, District School Board of Niagara, Kakekalanicks/Celebration of Nations, and Ignite The Spirit of Education, with support from Dr. Peter Vietgen, Faculty of Education, Brock University.…

February 28 to March 07