Posts Tagged ‘Victoria Playhouse’

Starbright Festival moves to Petrolia


The Starbright Summer Festival is on the move. Following a three-year run at Sarnia's Imperial Theatre, the festival is moving to Petrolia for the 2012 season. David Hogan and David Rogers have been hired as co-Artistic Directors at the Victoria Playhouse.

“Heat Wave” invades Victoria Playhouse, Petrolia


The second last production of the summer season at Victoria Playhouse-Petrolia is now playing. “Heat Wave” is about an older woman, Gisele, who becomes involved with Yannick, a “kindred spirit” more than three decades her junior. Mix in Gisele's two grown children (both older than Yannick) and the handyman next door, and you get a […]

Broadway Showstoppers tonight at VPP

Victoria Playhouse Petrolia and The Lambton Youth Choir have combined creative forces to present a salute to Broadway with Broadway Showstoppers tonight,(Saturday, May 7th) at,8:00 PM at Victoria Hall, Petrolia. Starring VPP Guest Artists CATHY ELLIOTT (Oil Rush, Cowgirls), DYLAN JUCKES (Discovering Elvis), LIZZIE KURTZ, (Cowgirls), and LEAH OSTER (Leading Ladies), BROADWAY SHOWSTOPPERS is directed […]


RICHARD POORE – THE NEW DIRECTOR OF PERFORMING ARTS IN PETROLIA Richard Poore is now on the job as the new Director of Performing Arts in Petrolia. He took the reigns on Monday. “I'm really excited about being here and really excited about the upcoming (theatre) season,” said Poore during an interview with The […]

Richard Poore takes over the helm at Petrolia’s VPP

  A familiar face is taking over as the new Director of Performing Arts for the Town of Petrolia. Richard Poore brings nearly two decades of administrative background to the position; something the town thought was lacking in its former director, Robert More who left two months ago after nearly seven years on the job. […]

Petrolia looking for new leader for Victoria Playhouse

Petrolia has begun an advertising campaign for a new Director of Performing Arts to manage the historic Victoria Playhouse, The successful applicant will replace Robert More who left the job earlier this month after nearly seven years on the job.   "A degree in arts administration or successful completion of courses in business practices in […]