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May 17
May 19

That's The Ticket

Join us for the first time ever for the Creative Partners on Stage Festival!  In partnership with Community Living Dufferin, we are proud to celebrate 20 years of collaboration and theatrical programming by commemorating this occasion with an entire weekend of CPOS shows!, featuring 2 brand new works of theatre.

This festival will feature two shows, Break Free and That's The Ticket. Join us for a day of theatre and art, begin by seeing your first show. After the final applause head out to the lobby and down to the atrium to enjoy an extended intermission with full concession and a promenade of artisan booths.  While experiencing the wide talents of CPOS actors and other neurodiverse folks in our community you'll head back into the quickly transformed Opera House to view the 2nd show.

Co-Written & Directed by: Elizabeth Glenday

Co-Written & Choreographed by: Kristen Gamache

The Creative Partners on Stage Company

That's The Ticket

A troupe of actors is all ready for the big show, but things don't go according to plan. It all comes down to a battle of talents, and who can get the audience on their side. That's the Ticket is the witty and wonderful story of the secret potion that makes magic happen on stage and off. The show, after all, must go on!


  • Friday May 17th @ 8:30pm
  • Saturday May 18th @ 1:00pm
  • Sunday May 19th @ 3:00pm

About The Creative Partners on Stage Program:

Since 2003, Theatre Orangeville has stood proudly beside our partners at Community Living Dufferin to provide unique theatrical programming that celebrates the ability of participants.

Creative Partners on Stage (C.P.O.S.) actors work with our directors and choreographers to develop two original scripts each year, fully supported by our professional production team and the accredited support workers of Community Living Dufferin. There is nothing quite like C.P.O.S. anywhere in Canada and it happens here at your theatre!


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Co-Written & Directed by: Elizabeth Glenday

Co-Written & Choreographed by: Kristen Gamache

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