Join us for LIVE Theatre This Summer! Announcing our Big Theatre for Small Spaces Staged Reading Series July 28 - August 14 Learn more and buy tickets here!
TUESDAY, AUGUST 4 - Food For Thought Mixed Program Tonight's performance has been cancelled due to expected ongoing adverse weather conditions. We will be contacting all ticketholders for this performance to make alternate arrangements. Thank you.
What's next for Theatre on the Ridge? It's time for our next strategic plan and your input is invaluable! Take our short survey here
We're still accepting applications for our Follow Spot and Single Spot online coaching programs! Find out more!
The pandemic continues and theatre will be one of the last industries to reopen fully. We still welcome your donation, large or small, as we continue to keep our doors open. Donate now!
This summer, we've launched our very own podcast series! Check out all our "ridgecast" episodes! Learn more here!
Learn about our exciting online summer programming here!
Volunteer with us! Looking for an exciting volunteer or co-op/intern opportunity? Check out our Volunteer opportunities here.
Thank you to everyone who made Festival 2019 such an outstanding season of summer theatre! Read more here!
Missed seeing us last year? Click here to watch our Festival 2019 preview video
"Billeting a young actor? In my home? Maybe not this summer, but we hope to see our billet program back in the future! Learn more about our Billet Host program here.
Theatre on the Ridge (formerly Theatre 3x60) Now in its 5th year, Theatre On The Ridge continues to be Durham’s entertaining and innovative professional theatre company that captivates on and offstage. Since 2014, the company has consistently committed to artistic excellence, accessibility, education and audience engagement while nurturing new artists and theatre works.
Through its summer theatre festival, held annually in Port Perry, Theatre On The Ridge presents professional theatre and musical productions of new, Canadian and international works that entertain and engage audiences, pairing a quality big city theatre experience with the welcome and appeal of small town rural hospitality.
As we grow, watch for youth and adult classes in stagecraft, playwriting and production skills, along with regular staged readings and studio scale productions.