History of the Classic Theatre Festival

From 2010 to 2019, the Classic Theatre Festival (a project of Burning Passions Theatre) produced the Classic Hits of Broadway and the London Stage in Perth, Ontario, with the finest professional talent from across Canada. In addition, our youth troupe presented historic theatrical walking plays each summer: Perth through the Ages, and The Lonely Ghosts Walk and the Classic Dinner Theatre.

In 2020, due to the Covid epidemic, the Classic Theatre Festival sadly had to cease operations.


For information on our past seasons:

2019 Season

2018 Season

2017 Season

2016 Season

2015 Season

2014 Season

2013 Season:

In 2013 we presented the comedy Star-Spangled Girl by Broadway legend, Neil Simon, followed by the comedy of marital mayhem, The Marriage-Go-Round by Leslie Stevens.

2012 Season:

Our 2012 summer season presented two of the longest-running shows in Broadway history: the quirky, comic love story Two for the Seesaw (a Tony Award winner for Best Play by William Gibson) , and the hilarious romp about second chances, Mary, Mary, by the ever-popular Jean Kerr.

2011 Season:

In 2011, the Festival won critical praise and audience raves for its production of two timeless romantic comedies Bell,  Book and Candle by John van Druten, followed by The Fourposter by Jan de Hartog.

2010 Season:

The Festival’s inaugural 2010 season featured Blithe Spirit by Noel Coward, and The Voice of the Turtle by John van Druten.

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