Fall 2021 at Theatre on the Ridge The weather may be cooling down but we’re not! We’ve got lots of theatre events happening - outdoors, indoors, in person and virtual! Learn more here
The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe Join Lucy, Peter and Aslan at two performances at Culture Days on September 25th, at the Scugog Business Centre, 250 Queen St.! Find more information here!
We’re not letting the chance of showers dampen our excitement in bringing the The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe to Culture Days tomorrow! Performances will go ahead as scheduled at 11 am & 2 pm - rain or shine. If necessary, we’ll post an announcement for an alternate indoor location in case of rain by 10 am and 1 pm tomorrow. Should shows move indoors, all current mandated health and safety protocols will be in effect.
Coming in October for Culture Days! Two virtual events of popular past productions - Monsters & Milfoil and Pine Grove Plots Learn more here!
We're proud to display the Safe Travels Stamp We've always been committed to the wellbeing and safety of our personnel, volunteers and audiences. Now, as members of the Safe Travels Stamp program, we feel even better about the work we are doing during the pandemic to ensure that we keep theatre live and safe.
Learn more about the Tourism Industry Association of Ontario and the Safe Travels Stamp here.
Create With Us Call for Submissions - BIPOC Playwriting Commission deadline extended to October 1, 2021. In partnership with Ontario Culture Days Creatives in Residence. New funding support available! Learn more here.
The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe is still available until October 10 for private bookings! Learn more here.
What's next for Theatre on the Ridge? Stay tuned as we continue to improvise, adapt and overcome this year. We've got a new strategic plan on the way, thanks to your input and we will continue to enrich lives through LIVE theatre, on and offstage in any way we can for as long as we can.
Theatre on the Ridge continues to take deliberate action to eliminate systemic racism and discrimination within our theatre community. In 2020, we updated and created new Code of Conduct, Harrassment and No Discrimination policies. In 2021, actions in support of these policies will be at the heart of our new strategic plan.
Help us Keep it Live in 2021! The pandemic continues and although theatre will be one of the last industries to reopen fully, we're doing our best to keep it Live! We still welcome your donation, large or small, as we continue to keep our doors open. Donate now!
Our very own podcast series helps keep us all connected Check out all our "ridgecast" episodes! Learn more 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!
Theatre on the Ridge (formerly Theatre 3x60) Now in its 7th 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.
We Acknowledge As a gesture of respect and a nod to a lesser known part of our local and regional history we wish to acknowledge the lands upon which we live, work and play. These lands in the Port Perry/Lake Scugog area are Mississaugas of Scugog Island First Nation traditional and treaty lands, located on the eastern extremity of the historic Western Hunting Grounds, and today constitute Treaty #20 and Williams Treaties Clause #2 lands, the former signed in 1818 and the latter in 1923. As one of the original peoples, let us be reminded of the lands and water upon which the Mississaugas have lived, utilized and cared for, generation upon generation.