Season 2021 — It's ON!
It's time to laugh and sing again!
We’re getting on with the show and bringing you five fabulous Fall shows featuring some of your favourite performers like Marshall Button, Aaron Solomon and Leisa Way. We’ll also be making a few changes to put all the protocols in place so you can enjoy our shows safely. Due to the shorter season and social distancing, and until we can return to our usual format, we’ll have fewer available seats, a different seating plan, single-priced tickets instead of flex passes and a self-screening check at the door. But one thing that won’t change is the Playhouse Experience.
When the lights come up on our stage you’ll enjoy the laughter and music like never before! The Playhouse returns! September 7 to December 19 — be part of it!
"My friend and myself were in attendance at opening night of Johnny and June. We were very impressed and felt totally safe with all your planning and covid protocols in place. The show was excellent and the performers, musicians and lighting were so well done. Thanks for the first-class entertainment."
"We would like to say how impressed we were with the whole experience - from being signed-in, to leaving after the performance. Playhouse staff should be highly commended for the work done to make attending a play a safe and great experience."
M. & B. Lake
Proof of vaccination (along with a photo ID, such as driver’s license or health card) will be required for everyone 12 years of age and up for admission to Upper Canada Playhouse. You can obtain your proof of immunization by downloading or printing your vaccine receipt from the following link:
or by calling the Provincial Vaccine Booking Line at 1-833-943-3900. As always, masks are required in the theatre at all times.
Individuals who cannot receive the vaccine due to medical exemptions will be permitted entry with a doctor’s note (along with photo ID) until recognized medical exemptions can be integrated as part of a digital vaccine certificate. Children who are 11 years of age and younger and unable to be vaccinated will also be exempted from these requirements. Regardless of vaccination status, masks are always required in the theatre at all times.
Seating Capacity Update
Although the Government of Ontario has removed capacity limits and social distancing requirements for seating in theatres where proof of vaccination is required, The Playhouse will only increase their number of seats to operate at 50% capacity in order to continue to provide distancing between groups. Proof of vaccination and ID, masks, screening and contact tracing are still required. These additional seats will be available for sale starting October 18.
Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree
by and starring Leisa Way
November 30 - December 19
Brand new Christmas concert guaranteed to bring the joys of the season to you, your friends and family! Enjoy a cavalcade of your favourite traditional and current Yuletide songs sprinkled with a dose of comedy, stories and visits from some popular Christmas characters.
‘Leisa Way and her band do it again: they bring the best show to the stage you could wish for with this dazzling concert of Christmas songs and fun’. Orangeville Citizen
"Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree" Performance Schedule
- Tue Nov 30 8pm Opening
- Wed Dec 1 8pm
- Thu Dec 2 2pm & 8pm
- Fri Dec 3 8pm
- Sat Dec 4 2pm & 8pm
- Sun Dec 5 2pm
- Tue Dec 7 2pm
- Wed Dec 8 2pm
- Thu Dec 9 2pm & 8pm
- Fri Dec 10 8pm
- Sat Dec 11 2pm & 8pm
- Sun Dec 12 2pm
- Tue Dec 14 2pm
- Wed Dec 15 2pm
- Thu Dec 16 2pm & 8pm
- Fri Dec 17 8pm
- Sat Dec 18 2pm & 8pm
- Sun Dec 19 2pm Closing