While written as a delightful laugh-a-minute comedy that Jones, Hope, and Wooten are known for, The Savannah Sipping Society has depth and poignancy that touches on the true meaning of friendship and what it means when circumstances force us to adjust to the uncomfortable changes and twists and turns that life brings.  

We meet four unique Southern women: Randa, Dot, Marlafaye and later, Jinx, their new “life coach.” They agree to meet on Randa’s verandah on Friday nights for cocktails. They all desire to escape the sameness of their day-to-day routines, as they each are going through a dramatic and difficult change in their life. They are each very different people with seemingly nothing in common, but are drawn together by fate and an impromptu happy hour! With a little encouragement, they decide it’s time to reclaim the enthusiasm for the life they’ve lost throughout the years. Over the course of six months, which are filled with laughter, hilarious misadventures, and the occasional liquid refreshment, these middle-aged women successfully bond and find the confidence to jumpstart their new lives. Together, they discover lasting friendships and a renewed determination to live in the moment. Most importantly, they realize it’s never too late to make “old friends” new. So, raise your glass to these strong women and their fierce embrace of life and say, “Cheers!” to this joyful and surprisingly touching Jones, Hope, and Wooten comedy!

We are all working diligently to cover all COVID protocols, making sure that cast and crew are safe while rehearsing and our patrons will be safe attending the show. Any questions, please email us at newmarketstagecompany@gmail.com

NSC GIVES BACK TO THE COMMUNITY

Newmarket Stage Company President Diane Ament presents $500 donation to INN FROM THE COLD’s, Martha Berry, who was very appreciative our group’s much needed donation.

We will open our doors again …..SOON!

Newmarket Stage Company is a proud member of the
Association of Community Theatres-Central Ontario (ACT-CO).

The past year has halted all theatre and our community theatre sector is doing their best to stay alive during this horrible time. Many groups have tried their best, but sadly some have had to shut down permanently.

Please watch the video courtesy of ACT-CO.
Our very own SUSAN LANE participated in the video.