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Hitchcock in September

Thursday, July 31st, 2014

We’re kicking off our movies in September
with a Classic Hitchcock film.


Which one? It’s up to you!

To kick off our returning movie series, we’ll be showing one of the following four Hitchcock films, but we want you to help us make the choice. Plus, by voting, you’ll be entered into a draw for two free tickets for either Friday or Saturday night. (You need to fill in your name and email to be entered – you can still vote if you don’t, but you won’t be entered into the draw). You can only vote once – so make it count!

The Poll ends Wednesday August 13 at 11:59 pm (Not as dramatic as Friday 13th as Hitchcock would have wanted but….)

The most popular choice will be shown on Friday September 19 and Saturday Sept 20 at 7:30 pm at The Station Theatre. The success of this first Classic Film Weekend will determine if we show other classic films in our once-a-month Movie Weekends. Your support is appreciated.

Hitchcock Composite

To help you with your choice, here’s the links to the trailers for each film

Rear Window Trailer

Psycho Trailer

The Birds Trailer

Vertigo Trailer

Don’t forget to share this with your friends and family by clicking the buttons below.

This poll is closed! Poll activity:
start_date 30/07/2014 12:49:34
end_date 13/08/2014 23:59:59
Poll Results:
What Hitchcock film should we show in September?

We’d also like to know if there are other Classic Films you’d like to see. Let us know below and we will see what we can do.

Enter up to 3 (separated by commas)

This poll is closed! Poll activity:
start_date 31/07/2014 14:04:43
end_date 13/08/2014 23:59:59
Poll Results:
What other classic films would you like to see at The Station Theatre?

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Friday, May 2nd, 2014

Smiths Falls Community Theatre Foundation
Annual General Meeting
Monday, May 26, 2014 @ 7:00 pm

You are cordially invited to attend the Annual General Meeting of the Smiths Falls Community Theatre Foundation on Monday, May 26, 2014 at 7:00 pm

The meeting will be held at the Station Theatre, 53 Victoria Avenue, Smiths Falls in the Pat Smith Performance Centre.

The Smiths Falls Community Theatre is a vibrant organization that has turned the old CPR station into a wonderful venue for live theatrical events, musical performances, film screenings and an inviting location for meetings and receptions, furthering the development of the arts and cultural environment of Smiths Falls and the surrounding area.

All interested parties are invited to attend. Financial statements for the 2013 fiscal year will be presented as well as a review of the past year’s activities.

The Smiths Falls Community Theatre is currently seeking several new board members to fill vacancies left by the retirement of some long-standing members of the Board of Directors. Interested parties should contact Pauline Aunger by email at

Questions or inquiries can be directed by email to
or by calling the Station Theatre at 613-283-0300 (leave a message).

Thank you for your on-going support of The Station Theatre.


Angela Quinn
Secretary, Smiths Falls Community Theatre Foundation

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Playwright Ludwig and the Three Musketeers

Sunday, April 13th, 2014

With rehearsals for The Three Musketeers in full swing at the Station Theatre getting ready for opening night on April 25, we thought you might be interested to hear from playwright Ken Ludwig about the play and what prompted him to write it.



The Three Musketeers runs April 25, 26, and May 1, 2, 3 @ 7:30
and Sunday April 27 & May 4 @ 2:00 pm

Thursday May 1 is “Bring a Youth to Theatre” night. Purchase a regular price Adult Ticket for the May 1st performance and get a Child/Student ticket for the May 1st performance FREE. (No exchanges).

This is an entertaining, fun and action packed production that is an ideal way to introduce young people to live theatre.

Click here for ticket information.

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2014 Season Announced

Thursday, November 7th, 2013

Now Available until Feb 1, 2014

You can now purchase a “Season Ticket” for the 2014 season. This season ticket comes in the form of a “Six-Pack Flex Pack”. You can select how you want to use your six vouchers to purchase tickets to any of our six shows in the 2014 season.

The Six-Pack Flex Pack is just $99

Click Here for all the details


The Smiths Falls Community Theatre is pleased to announce our 2014 Season.

We have a great lineup of productions for your enjoyment throughout the year.

Here’s what’s coming down the tracks at the Station Theatre!

Feb 13th – 23rd
Funny Money by Ray Cooney
A rollicking farce – not to be missed


April 25th – May 4th

Three Musketeers by Ken Ludwig
A swashbuckling tale of heroism & honour


June 12th – 22nd

Looking by Norm Foster
High romance and contagious laughter


August 14th – 24th

Railway Children by Paul Bexon
A heart-warming musical for all


Oct 16th – Oct 26th

Educating Rita by Willy Russell
A funny, thought-provoking take on “education”


Dec 4th – Dec 14th

Jack & the Beanstalk, a “Panto” – by Ben Crocker
Holiday fun for the whole family


Now Available until Feb 1, 2014

You can now purchase a “Season Ticket” for the 2014 season. This season ticket comes in the form of a “Six-Pack Flex Pack”. You can select how you want to use your six vouchers to purchase tickets to any of our six shows in the 2014 season.

The Six-Pack Flex Pack is just $99

Click Here for all the details

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Future Planning for The Station Theatre

Monday, October 28th, 2013

The Smiths Falls Community Theatre has recently begun Strategic Planning Sessions with Victoria Steele, a theatre management consultant from Ottawa. Ms. Steele has had extensive experience in theatrical management ranging from a small town theatre like our own in Gravenhurst Ontario to working at the National Arts Centre in Ottawa.

The first session was held on Sunday October 20th on the stage at the Station Theatre. Seven members of our theatre board as well as four other interested people from our community of volunteers met from noon until 5:00 pm to set the groundwork for the Strategic Planning process.

Those of you who took the time to respond to our survey have been a big help in this process. Your thoughtful answers and comments gave us a good idea of what we are doing right and where we can improve.

We learned several interesting things at the first session.

  1. The Station Theatre is responsibly managed by the Board.
  2. Our financial status is good.
  3. We have a dedicated volunteer Board of Directors.
  4. We have talented actors who enjoy performing at the theatre.
  5. We provide a safe environment for all of our actors and backstage volunteers who devote countless hours sharing their talents for the community at large.
  6. We provide high quality and enjoyable entertainment for the public.

The one thing that struck Ms. Steele above anything else is that we have an over 90% satisfaction rating from our survey respondents. She said that she has never seen that high a rating in all of her years in theatre management. “You should all be extremely proud of what you have accomplished”, she added.

Does that mean we can sit back and rest on our laurels? No, there are lots of ways we can improve. Some suggestions have already been acted on. You’ll find more seating in the lobby for pre-show and intermission chatting. We’ll be announcing subscription packages for our 2014 season very soon. These are just a couple of items we can tick off our list easily. The rest will take a bit more time and planning. But rest assured – The Station Theatre has an even brighter future ahead.

We have two more session in November with our consultant. From those sessions we will have a Strategic Plan for the foreseeable future for The Station Theatre.

We would like to thank Valley Heartland for their support in providing some of the funding for these planning sessions.


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2013 Station Theatre Survey

Wednesday, October 9th, 2013

Survey 2013: An Invitation to our valued audiences, patrons, volunteers and performers

Founded in 1999, the Smiths Falls Community Theatre is a vibrant non-profit volunteer community organization dedicated to the provision of high quality live theatrical and other artistic experiences for adults and children in the Town of Smiths Falls and the surrounding area.   After a decade of dreaming and hard work, in 2010 we opened our new home at The Station Theatre, a unique converted CPR train station.  Now, we are turning our vision toward the future.

You have been a part of the Smiths Falls Community Theatre, who now operates The Station Theatre, either by your generous donations, loyal attendance, volunteer hours or talented performances over these years. In recognition that we value your perspective, we invite you to take about 15 minutes for this confidential survey to share your thoughts.  Please click here:

As a thank you at the end of the survey, you may choose to enter your name into a draw for a voucher for two tickets to the show of your choice between now and December 2014!

Thank you very much for sharing your views with us!

Board of Directors, Smiths Falls Community Theatre   (operating The Station Theatre)

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What Do We Mean By “Mature” Theme

Tuesday, October 1st, 2013

We have heard that some people have expressed a concern about the “mature theme” description we have added to the publicity about The Game, one of the Trio of One Act Plays opening this week at The Station Theatre.

If you are shying away from attending these three fine plays because of the “mature” designation, please don’t let that stop you. There is no sex, no violence and no bad language in this play. You’ll see and hear far worse any night on television.

The Game is a short morality play that was written in the early 1900′s. It’s two main characters are “Death” and “Life”, who try to determine the fate of a “Youth” and “The Girl” by rolling dice and moving their playing pieces around a game board. Director Tim Bisaillon chose the play because he felt that it had relevance for today’s society and especially young people (three of the four actors are teens).

At one point the “Youth” mentions suicide and that is dealt with in a subsequent brief few lines. The play ends with a relatively satisfactory conclusion and leaves the audience with food for thought (after all, isn’t that what playwrights, actors and audiences usually want from theatre).

Sixteen actors, three directors and the backstage crew have worked many hours to bring our theatre patrons some thought-provoking (The Game), touching and heart-warming (Plum Hollow) and hilarious (Erica & Me) theatre. Don’t miss it!

Tickets are available for all performances HERE!


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Volunteers Needed

Sunday, August 4th, 2013

Volunteers are the lifeblood of community theatres everywhere and we are no exception.

Producers, directors and actors and actresses are the first to come mind, but there are lots of other skills that we need to run a successful theatre.

Technical people are always in demand. For instance, we are in need of people to run our projection system to show the movies we feature at the Station Theatre. It involves loading a DVD and making sure the audio is working. Then dimming the lights and pressing play. Then sit back and enjoy the film. Not hard, but we need several people who know how to do this and are willing to commit to being there when needed.

Backstage craftspeople are need for set building, painting and cleanup after a show. Seamstresses and hair and makeup people are required for every show we put on.

Wanna help? Just call us at 613-283-0300 and leave a message or click the Contact Us link above and send us an email.

Thanks for your support!

The Board of the Smiths Falls Community Theatre

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Pollyanna A Sure-Fire Summer Hit

Tuesday, July 23rd, 2013

Pollyanna, the summer musical production of the Smiths Falls Community Theatre, is set to take the stage.

Director Lynda Daniluk is working with a talented cast of nearly 40 actors and singers, as well as inventive costumers, set designers, builders, painters and dedicated sound and lighting crews, to bring you a delightful and heart-warming story that’s perfect for a summer afternoon or evening.

Here’s a short video of a rehearsal with Lynda, Sheila Jasiak as Aunt Polly and Valerie Brown in the title role of Pollyanna.

Video courtesy of Arranel Studios

Click Here for Tickets

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