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Season tickets! Become a subscriber and get first pick at your seats
for all 3 shows. Plus, subscribers benefit from nearly 30% savings off the regular ticket price!

To become a subscriber, print the 2017-18 Subscription Formcomplete it and mail it to:

LAKESHORE PLAYERS
P.O. Box 332
Pointe-Claire/Dorval, QC  H9R 4P3

In the interest of fairness, Lakeshore Players attempts to process all subscription requests on a first-come, first-served basis, based on the envelope’s postmark and the order that it is received. Should your seating area choice(s) not be available, we will make every effort to accommodate you as best we can.

For a second season, performances will be held at Lakeside Academy High School. A map and directions will be included when we mail you your tickets.

 


Opening November 2nd, 2017
MOLIÈRE’S TARTUFFE
Translated by David Nicholson
Directed by COREY CASTLE
 
Fooled and foiled?  One of Molière’s most famous theatrical comedies will be featured this year at the Stratford Festival and at Lakeshore Players Dorval! – Set in Montreal in 1951, Orgon, a wealthy businessman, entrusts his reputation and fortune to a self-professed man of God, Tartuffe. As the cunning and lustful impostor manoeuvres himself deeper into his household and his family, Orgon’s world gets turned hilariously upside-down.


Opening February 8th, 2018
CALENDAR GIRLS
Based on the Miramax motion picture
By Juliette Towhidi and Tim Firth
Directed by STEVE GILLAM
 
This adaptation from the 2003 Miramax film starring Helen Mirren is based on an uplifting and very inspiring true story.  A group of extraordinary women persuade one another to pose for a charity calendar, their modesty spared only by artfully placed cakes, knitting and flower arrangements, thus sparking a global phenomenon. Calendar Girls is funny, quirky, and poignant.


Opening May 10th, 2018
ROUGH JUSTICE
By Terence Frisby
Directed by CAROLYN FE
 
James Highwood, the host of a popular television program about law and justice, is himself on the stand, accused of murdering his severely disabled child. As morals and ethics get weighed on the scales of justice, this sharply written, absorbing courtroom drama grips your heart and does not let go until the final verdict – Guilty or Not Guilty?