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2024-25 Season - Subscribe & Save!

Our 31st Season is now live and available to purchase a 5 or 3 show subscription. Join us for all five SENSATIONAL Stories Coming to YOUR Stage in the 2024/25 Season. Or, take advantage of our 3 show subscription package, and pick your favourites. All 5 and 3 show subscriptions have the option to add on our season opening concert presentation that helps us kick things off in September 2024.

Note that single-show tickets will not go on sale until April 8th. We hope you'll take advantage of some of these amazing reasons to SUBSCRIBE & SAVE and secure your seats now!!

Reasons to be a Theatre Orangeville Subscriber

  • Save 20% when you purchase a 5 show subscription
  • Save 15% when you purchase a 3 show subscription
  • Secure your seats NOW to some great shows NEXT season
  • Get discounts on single-show tickets and bring your friends and family with you
  • Downtown Orangeville offers FREE parking
  • Hear about upcoming shows and events FIRST

Scroll and read along to see all the laughter, love and JOY coming to Theatre Orangeville next season.


Our 2024/2025 Playbill:

SHOWS - September 19th - 22nd, 2024

Theatre Orangeville is delighted to welcome back a familiar face as Derek Marshall returns with Vegas Knights as our 2024/25 Season opening concert presentation. 

Vegas Knights is a musical tribute to the greatest crooners of 1950’s, 60’s and 70’s Las Vegas. 

Delivered with charm, wit and a modern sensibility by charismatic singer, Derek Marshall, and backed by a core of live musicians, Vegas Knights hearkens to an era bound by Rat Pack sophistication and 1970’s superstars, and has drawn capacity crowds since 2005 throughout Canada and Internationally.

SHOWS - October 17th - November 3rd, 2024

Gordon and Archie have been friends for over 70 years, living and working in the remote fishing village of Murphy's Harbour, Newfoundland.

Through some internet research, Archie believes that he has figured out a way to physically reclaim his vigor. All that remains is the key ingredient to this elixir: Glacial ice. Gordon decides to join his mate for an excursion out to sea, where a large iceberg is drifting a few miles offshore.

Tip of the Iceberg is a story of friendship. It is filled to the brim with original folk music and laughter and projects an inspiring message of “It’s never too late.”

SHOWS - November 28th - December 21st, 2023

Hmmmm... remember when you were little and your parents would read you to sleep with a good old fashioned fairy tale? Ahhhh, the good old days...



We take this well known story, fracture it, then put our own topsy turvy spin on it. You will NEVER hear this tale told as we will tell it!

A pandemonium packed Panto for the whole family to love! You'll be dancing and singing in your seats! You will boo the villain and cheer for the hero! You will laugh till your face hurts. If you missed Cinderella last year, boo to you! But if you loved it, you will love that this year will have 30% more shenanigans!

Don't miss out on the sheer madness and joy that is Sleeping Beauty... A Fairy's Tale.

SHOWS - February 6th - 23rd, 2025

Meet the women of The Beaver Club!

Karen is a control freak, Yvette is a no-nonsense Québécoise, Radiance is a free spirit and Eunice is a salt of the earth East-Coaster.

From scrapbooking to skinny-dipping, through laughter and tears, the women help each other face the challenges of life as they embark on a riotous road trip from Toronto to Dildo, Newfoundland!

Don't miss this hilarious and heart-warming play that has been dubbed "a new Canadian Classic".

SHOWS - March 13th - 30th, 2025

Brett and Drew want to move out of their tiny downtown apartment, but they just lost their seventh bidding war in Toronto.

When Brett unexpectedly inherits the historic family home in a quiet tourist town, the couple decides to leave the city and open a B & B.

But when the boys face friction in their new community, they discover the simple life is more complicated than they thought.

With dozens of hilarious characters all portrayed by two men, Bed and Breakfast is heartfelt comedy about “being out” in a small town, skeletons in the closet, and finding a place to call home.

SHOWS - May 1st - May 18th, 2024

I’m in Love With Your Sister, is as precise a synopsis of this story as there can possible be.

What’s the play about you ask? Well, it’s about a guy who falls in love with a woman who just happens to be the sister of the woman he is currently living with.

Well, that sounds awkward. Yes. That’s because it is awkward. Most comedies stem from some kind of awkwardness. But how does this happen? Is there an explanation?


There is a triggering incident that sets the wheels in motion, and when you see the story unfold on stage, it seems quite logical. And funny. Most importantly, it’s funny. And awkward. But funny!




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Perfect for anyone who would benefit from a more relaxed theatre-going environment.


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We believe theatre is a powerful tool. It dramatizes and contextualizes the world. It invites us to walk in other’s shoes; see the world through their eyes.

All of our Theatre for Young Audiences (TYA) shows are grounded in the Ontario curriculum; they teach, through theatre.

Bonus: we hire educators to create study packages, so your classroom can get the most out of the experience.

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