Past Productions 1980-1989

(C) full- length Canadian script (F) chosen to be performed in the Western Ontario Drama League Festival

  • Oh! What a Lovely War Directed by Stephan Robar performed and adjudicated at the former Fergus High School
  • Harvey Directed by Jean Wright staged at the Wellington County Museum
  • Puppet Show by the Children’s Drama Club
  • His Own Boss (C) Directed by Andy Goldie Sr.
  • The Lady’s not for Burning Directed by Carl Gaul and adjudicated at the Mill Best Actor-Out-of-Festival award to Chris Golding
  • One Act Plays: Overlaid, Not So Grimm Fairy Tales, Rats Directors were, Pat Chataway, and Gerry Buttsthese these were the first ECT shows at the Grand Theatre in Fergus-1981
  • The Murder Room Directed by Andy Golding
  • Leaving Home (C) (F) by David French Directed by Beverley Cairns and Chris Golding the first ECT “In Festival” play ” Most Promising Newcomer” award to David Elloway
  • Adventures of Theseus by the Children’s Drama Club
  • The Curious Savage Directed by Jean Wright
  • The Flowering Cherry Directed by Stephan Robar
  • The Glass Menagerie Directed by Beverley Cairns
  • Not Now Darling! Directed by Jean Wright
  • The Knack Directed by Stephan Robar
  • Nuts Directed by Andy Goldie Sr.
  • Jack and the Magic Elevator Beans (C) Directed by Peter a Children’s Theatre production Scott
  • Our Town Directed by Ken Albanese
  • I’ll be Back Before Midnight (C) Directed by Margaret E. Stewart
  • Cinderella a Children’s Drama Club production
  • Tight Spot Direted by Mal Allen
  • The Importance of Being Earnest Directed by Heather Dark-Wright
  • Garrison’s Garage (C) the first of the Blyth Festival touring shows sponsored by ECT
  • Sing a Song of Sixpence a joint production of ECT and The Children’s Drama Club with a cast of 79 including 24 ” blackbirds” This was staged at the Elora Senior School, and was directed by Peter Scott
  • High Ground Directed by Adrian Pecknold
  • The Tomorrow Box (C) Directed by Andy Goldie Sr.
  • Noah Directed by Peter Scott presented on a wagon in Elora’s Victoria Park one performance was cancelled because of rain
  • Cakewalk (C) Blyth touring show
  • One Act Plays: Zoo Story, The Briefcase Written by Chris Moreno
  • Rich is Better Directed by Mal Allen
  • The Hand that Cradles the Rock
  • Another Season’s Promise (C) Blyth touring show
  • Enter a Free Man (F) Directed by Richard Higgin performed at the W.O.D.L. festival in Chatham in 1988
  • Pool’s Paradise Directed by John Liddle
  • Aladdin and his Amazing Coleman Lamp (C) Directed by Peter Scott a Children’s Drama production
  • Bordertown Café (C) Blyth touring show
  • Translations Directed by Chris Golding Winner of two W.O.D.L. awards
  • How the Other Half Loves Directed by Kay McKie
  • Mail Order Bride (C) Blyth touring show