Past Productions

S T E E L M A G N O L I A S

a dramatic comedy by Robert Harling

Directed by Teri Hallatt     Produced by Sue Meacock

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The whole talented ensemble of the mammoth undertaking by Newmarket Stage Company of ‘Steel Magnolias’, now on stage at the Newmarket Legion. All six cast members shine in this blockbuster presentation of the movie of the same name. This photo also shows the poignant set of a hair dressing shop, designed by Peter Salt and Derek Sundermann. ( Photo courtesy of Greg King )

T H E   H O U S E K E E P E R

a comedy by James Prideaux

Directed by Kay Valentine    Produced by Sue Meacock & Peter Salt

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THE HOUSEKEEPER is a delightfully-hilarious production
about a pompous self-styled writer (Dave Sansom) who is floundering after the death of his mother employs a housekeeper (Lise Boily ). When the housekeeper arrives, he is taken aback by her flippant attitude. The contrast in personalities has super funny and unexpected results. 

 

T H E   O D D   C O U P L E

(Female Version)

by Neil Simon

Directed by Teri Hallatt   —   Produced by Sue Meacock

A hilarious female twist on THE ODD COUPLE 
(Photo Courtesy Peter Salt) 

 

T H E   C E M E T E R Y   C L U B

by Ivan Menchell

Directed by Teri Hallatt   —   Produced by Sue Meacock

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You just never know what twists lie ahead in life! 
And that’s what this hilarious and heart-warming play,
THE CEMETERY CLUB is all about – a chance meeting. 
Three good friends who share one thing in common – their husbands have passed on. (Photo courtesy Newmarket Snapd)
Directed by Jeff Burke       Produced by:  Sue Meacock
The Ladies Foursome Poster ImageIt’s the day after the funeral of a friend, and three women gather for a round of golf in honour of their recently deceased playing partner. They are joined by a fourth woman, another old friend of the deceased that the other three didn’t know about.During the game the women discuss love, men, sex…everything but golf. Many surprises, secrets and confessions come to the surface during this hilarious and heart-warming round of golf.
 
 

LAST  OF  T H E  R E D  H O T  LOVERS

 by Neil Simon

 
Directed by Teri Hallatt   —   Produced by Sue Meacock

Last of the Red Hot Lovers

Barney Cashman is forty-seven, happily married, the father of three children, a successful businessman, and a man going through a midlife crisis. Barney has come to the realization that his whole life can be summed up in one word: nice. And Barney has realized that “nice” simply isn’t enough. He wants to experience his secret fantasies and dreams at least once, and so Barney determines to have an affair.   (Photo Newmarket Snapd)

 

T H E   L A S T   R O M A N C E

 by Joe Di Pietro

 

A crush can make anyone feel young again — even a widower named Ralph who takes a different path on his daily walk leading to a second chance at love. “The Last Romance” is a heart-warming romantic comedy about the transformative power of love.   By special arrangement with Dramatists Play Services Inc.