Honour a woman in your community who has overcome adversity, had a positive impact on her community, or is an inspiring role model, by submitting a nomination to Theatre Wakefield in time for its next production, January 24-26.
How Libby Got Married by Vicki Williams follows the incredible life of a Victorian woman who does everything right -- and yet somehow is still wrong. Libby is trapped, both metaphorically and literally,...
Back by popular demand, Theatre Wakefield presents a reading of Charles Dickens’ classic “A Christmas Carol”. This will be a different version of the extravaganza some will remember from our previous presentations. We are trying a new approach to bringing our audience into Dickens’ world of Victorian London.
Tickets are $10 for individuals and $20 for families and are available from our Box Office.
Down the stairs and into the bowels of the Centre Wakefield LaPêche, I hear peels of laughter. It’s a Tuesday night rehearsal of “Maîtres Chez Nous” a New Works play by Ron Stoltz, directed by Peter James Haworth.
Ron’s first play, “Maîtres Chez Nous” came from a newspaper interview Stoltz read about Lucien Bouchard and Jean Charest. He’s been eager to put the play on for many years, and after passing it through Theatre Wakefie...
Theatre Wakefield presents Plosive Productions in The Ugly One, a play by Marius von Mayenburg. Directed by Wakefield's own Peter James Haworth, this play about a man who undergoes plastic surgery is both hilarious and incisive.
The Ugly One is a scalpel-sharp comedy on beauty, identity and getting ahead in life.