Live Theatre, Concerts & Events

The 39 Steps

The 39 Steps Opens March 23 Interested in a hilarious comedy? Perhaps an edge-of-your-seat thriller? Well, you can get both for the price of one with this production of The 39 Steps; and a dash of insight for a bonus! The 39 Steps is a reincarnated piece of art. It began as a pre-World War […]

Working – A Musical

Working – A Musical Opens Feb 9th Working is a high-energy and exuberant musical.  Seven talented actors sing, dance, and change scenery while sharing the stories of 26 workers.  Delores hears “Hey, you’re terrific.  How come you’re just a waitress?”.  Mike, an Ironworker shares “One time this college boy saw a book in my back […]

Scrooge The Musical

Scrooge! The Musical The musical numbers are joyous, toe-tapping and inspirational.  Marley and the Ghosts sing about how to “Make the most of this world”.  Scrooge tries to justify his life choices when he presents “It’s Not My Fault”.   The company, over 30 characters, join in the finale “Thank you very much”. Opening to a […]

Muses and Mysteries

MUSES AND MYSTERIES – two great plays – one fun night! First, “Whistler’s Mother,” is a jolly construction of how the iconic painting may have been conceived. Quite possibly, the real events that preceded the artists portrait of his mom were less hilarious than is our play. Whereas “Mom” in the painting is spinning one […]


ICE-BREAKER – The ’72 Summit Series ICE-BREAKER gives a unique voice to Canadians who were directly involved or impacted by the Summit Series, while relating the remarkably intense on-ice competition of those eight iconic hockey games. It all culminated on September 28, 1972, Game 8 in Moscow. With the series tied at 3 games apiece […]


ART A synopsis Three men, long-time buddies, fall out over a painting purchased by one of them.  Will friendship triumph over ART? After running in London’s West End for 8 years, ART went on to Broadway starring Alan Alda, Victor Garber, and Alfred Molina. ART, a comedy, initially about the purchase of a predominately white […]

The Lone Rider

The Lone Rider: A Large Number of Ways to Die in the West by Mat Kelly Murder mysteries come in many flavours, but the newest upcoming Perth Studio Theatre production is unique and unmatched. Prepare for a rarely seen genre in the world of theatre: a whodunit western comedy. Everyone has something to hide: from […]

This Year, Next Year

This Year, Next Year Directed by Norma Cummings. Set in Bournemouth England in 1944, this is a heart-warming story of a mother and her three daughters during the last months of WWII. This is not a story about war, but a touching story of family life during the war — about sisters, family dynamics, ‘unique’ […]

Shirley Valentine

Shirley Valentine By Willy Russell Directed by Jane Stott The Role of Shirley Valentine is being played by veteran actor Krista Duff. Wondering what has happened to her youth and feeling stagnant and in a rut, Shirley finds herself regularly alone and talking to the wall while preparing an evening meal of ‘chips and egg’ […]

Taking Care of the Browns

“Taking Care of the Browns” opens at Studio Theatre Perth on Thurs. Feb. 10 Taking Care of the Browns is a  heart-warming, old-fashioned comedy about family and friendship and well-behaved house guests. Justin and Amber are teachers. They’re nice people. They were raised by nice parents. So when Janet needs help moving, they help, despite […]