Scarborough will be undergoing a serious culture shock from a new project starting in the next year. The Cultural Hotspots project will be running from May to Oct. 2014. Nadira Pattison is the manager of…
“I lost my wife two years ago and tonight is the first time since I lost her that I laughed again.” That, says actor Daryl Marks, is the sort of positive reaction he received following the opening night performance of Looking, a Scarborough Players production about love. The play runs at Theatre Scarborough until Sept. 28.
For those who have affection for England in between the world wars, Blithe Spirit proves to be a pleasant surprise at Scarborough’s community theatre.
Romeo and Juliet will be on stage at the Theatre Scarborough next month.