Globus Theatre’s 19th Summer Season

Globus Theatre at the Lakeview Arts Barn near Bobcaygeon is presenting five shows for 2022, each having a 10 day run.

Meet My Sister
June 22 – July 2
An hilarious new Canadian play about sibling rivalry, aging parents and childhood memories. 

Blanche is a is a hard-working public health nurse with a penchant for details and deadlines; Stella is an organic herbalist and lavender exporter. As sisters they couldn’t be more different! But circumstances dictate that they join forces when Mom, who is scheduled to move to Pleasant Poplars, a Long Term Care Facility, locks herself in her home and refuses to go! 

 As the sisters attempt to cajole Mom out of her house and into a home, they fight, bond, laugh, reminisce and argue over who inherits the green glass. Little do they know that a high school crush will make an appearance and long buried family secrets are about to change all their lives forever. 

Rock ‘n’ Roll is Here to Stay
July 5 – 16
A musical journey through the history of Rock ‘n Roll 

Audience favourite Leisa Way is back! And this time she’s keeping the classic rock flame burning in a high-energy, captivating show with songs from the hottest Rock n Roll stars and bands in music history.  

As Leisa and her phenomenal musicians take us on a magical mystery tour of 40 years of rock’s greatest hits, poodle skirts and page boys gave way to mini skirts and go-go boots.  

From Buddy Holly to the Beach Boys, from Elvis to The Eagles; experience the sounds of Queen, The Rolling Stones, Tina Turner, Bob Dylan, Jim Morrison, Pat Benetar, The Guess Who, Carol King and many, many more…  

If you’ve ever wanted to Rock n Roll all night (and party ev-er-eee-dayyyy!) then join us as we remind you that you were Born to be Wild!  

The Three Musketeers
July 20 – 30
From the writer of Hound of the Baskervilles (Globus 2013). This riotous adaptation of Alexandre Dumas’ classic novel is a funny, high-energy romp full of swashbuckling and rollicking adventure. 

Join the young and naive D’Artagnan as he sets out for Paris, armed only with a baguette and his loyal but problematic steed, on a quest to become a King’s musketeer, After discovering that the musketeers have been disbanded, he makes it his mission to get them reinstated. But an encounter with the dangerous femme fatale, Milady de Winter may prove to be his downfall.  

A comedy adventure of epic proportions.

The Great 44th Fowler’s Falls Fall Fair Disaster
August 3 – 13
The fall fair is an annual highlight for the residents of tiny Fowler’s Falls and it is abound with traditions. But an influx of new residents in town threatens to throw things into disarray. 

The talent show is thrust into turmoil, the Harvest Queen pageant is a fashion disaster, the homecraft committee suspect sabotage and the rooster crowing competition crown holder looks to be the victim of fowl play. 

Stakes are high, the competition is fierce and it looks like someone would kill to be the winner.  

Will this 44th anniversary event be the town’s downfall or will fairness prevail?  

Screwball Comedy
August 17 – 27
A great new Canadian comedy from audience favourite Norm Foster. 

The year is 1938 and newly laid-off perfumier Mary Hayes is trying to break into the male dominated world of newspaper journalism. Editor-in-Chief Bosco Godfrey sets a competition between his egotistical star reporter Jeff Kincaid and plucky Mary, assigning them to cover a society wedding. If Jeff writes the better story, he gets to keep his job. If Mary wins, she will replace the ace newshound.  

A homage to those zany screwball comedies of that time period, this play is full of snappy period dialogue, outrageous characters and humour that packs a punch! 


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