“Renovations” Opens Nov. 27th – Get Tickets Now


This hilarious comedy was written by local playwright, Graeme Powell and we are very proud to host its world premiere! To be part of this historic event, get your tickets for the opening night performance on November 27th. On that evening only, we will be opening the doors at 6:30pm. Enjoy refreshments, live music and buy a glass of wine to help us celebrate the launch of this wonderful new play!

There are 2 easy ways to buy tickets.

1) ONLINE: go to our website or  click here for a direct link to our secure ticketing page. You will be able to select your own seats and receive an email confirmation with a link to tickets you can print at home and just bring to the theatre with you!

2) IN PERSON: go to our ticketing location, Little Acorn at 77 Brock Street West in Uxbridge during their regular business hours. (Mon-Sat: 10am-5pm, Sun: 11:30-2:30)

NOTE: If you have already purchased a Season’s Pass, you can also use either of the methods above to select your seats and get your individual show tickets using your pass code.


Audition Notice: And Then There Were None

OnStage Uxbridge announces auditions for the classic Agatha Christie mystery

Directed by Samantha Smilovic
Produced by Conrad Boyce

Show Dates
Apr. 2-11, 2015, Uxbridge Music Hall

Sun., Dec. 7 at 2 p.m. and Tues., Dec. 9 at 7 p.m.
Sandford Community Hall, 433 Sandford Road

Thurs., Dec. 11 8 p.m. Same Locale

No preparation necessary, cold readings from the script. Just bring your best British accent!

If you’d like a copy of the script to peruse in advance, please contact Conrad at conradboyce@powergate.ca

If you’d like more information on the cast requirements, please contact Samantha at samstag@hotmail.com.

Here are the characters we need you to play (8 males, 3 females):

Vera: late teens – early thirties. Intelligent, resourceful, independent. A secretary.
Lombard: late twenties – early forties. Confident, strong, a bit of a scoundrel. An adventurer.
Wargrave: late fifties on. Focused, motivated, mindful. A judge.
Blore: late thirties – late fifties. Suspicious, foolhardy, certain in his convictions. An investigator.
Armstrong: late thirties – late forties. Nervous, gullible, cowed. A doctor.
Emily: mid-forties on. Rigid, cold, religious. A spinster.
MacKenzie: fifties on. Worn down, fatigued, confused. A retired general.
Marston: late teens – late twenties. Reckless, immature, self-involved. Rich.
Rogers: early thirties – late fifties. Misanthropic, domineering, self – important. A butler.
Ethel: early thirties – late fifties. Haunted, hysterical, heart in her throat. A cook.
Naracott: early thirties – late fifties. Proponent of serving class unrest, cockney. A boatman.

Look forward to seeing you at auditions!

Season’s Pass Holders can select their seats now!

season2014Seat selection is now available to Season’s Pass holders. You may click this link to select your tickets for the rest of the Season. We will be opening ticket sales to the general public next week, so this is your chance to get the best seats for all your performances! There are also step-by-step instructions if you aren’t sure of how to use the online system.

You can also select them in person at The Little Acorn Children’s Store at 77 Brock Street West in Uxbridge (Hours: Mon to Fri: 10:00 – 18:00, Sat: 10:00 – 17:00,Sun: 12:00 – 16:00).

For more information on these shows please check out our Current Season page.

2014/15 Season Announced!

We have an exciting, fresh line-up of plays and musicals for the new season and we just couldn’t wait to share it with you! More information on purchasing Season Tickets will be coming in the next week, so stay tuned!

2014/15 Season

EMILY: THE MUSICAL (October 2014)
Written by Richard Ouzounian and Marek Norman
Directed by Conrad Boyce

Based on the beloved ‘Emily’ series by L.M. Montgomery, this heartwarming musical tells the story of Emily Byrd Starr, recently orphaned, who is sent to live with her stern aunt Elizabeth Murray, her loving aunt Laura and her whimsical cousin Jimmy. She makes friends and enemies among the children in her new community and uses all her adventures as a catalyst for her burgeoning writing career.

Romance and mystery take the stage too — so book your seat and let our talented cast take you back to a time of simple joys.


renovationsRENOVATIONS: A COMEDY (November 2014)
Written by Graeme Powell
Directed by Annette Stokes & Michael Serres

‘Renovations’ is the story of Brent and Jenny, a young couple in the midst of renovating an old Victorian house in a small southern Ontario town. On the surface, all seems well…they are still madly in love, Jenny’s dad is lending a much needed hand, and they are meeting the neighbours. But there are cracks in more than just the plaster. Soon, both the past and the future begin to exert more and more pressure. Is the foundation strong enough to withstand the weight?


hairsprayHAIRSPRAY: THE MUSICAL (January 2015)
Written by Marc Shaiman, Scott Wittman,  Mark O’Donnell and Thomas Meehan
Directed by Cathy Christoff

The 1950’s are out and change is in the air! HAIRSPRAY, winner of 8 Tony Awards including Best Musical, is a family-friendly musical piled bouffant high with laughter, romance, and deliriously tuneful songs. It’s 1962 inBaltimore, and the lovable plus-size teen Tracy Turnblad has only one desire– to dance on the popular Corny Collins Show. When her dream comes true,Tracy is transformed from social outcast to sudden star. She must use hernewfound power to de-throne the reigning Teen Queen, win the affections of heartthrob Link Larkin, and integrate a TV network – all without denting her ‘do!


thentherewerenoneAND THEN THERE WERE NONE (April 2015)
Written by Agatha Christie
Directed by Samantha Smilovic

Another enduring classic mystery from the pen of the inimitable Agatha Christie! On an island off the coast of Devon, ten diverse travellers have been led to a secluded vacation home. When the host fails to appear and someone is killed, the guests quickly realize their trip will be far from relaxed. The race is on to determine the identity of the murderer before no one remains.