The Cast of "Moon Over Buffalo" backstage during the last show. 
From left to right: (backrow) Hugh Cameron, Bill McMahon, Georgia Papanicolaou, Jennifer Goodman, Jennifer Warr, Kevin McGall. (front) Crystal Mayer and Mark Daniher

We are Prince Edward Community Theatre, an award winning Non Profit organization founded in June of 2008, dedicated to providing live community theatre at an affordable price in Prince Edward County. Now soon to begin our 9th Season, we are building on our initial success in 2008/09, expanding our Season Ticket holder base, offering Group rates and enlarging our profile in the community. All box office receipts and Sponsorship donations are dedicated to meeting production costs for each show. Persons interested in our Theatre, regardless of background or experience, are heartily invited to contact us by email. We are continuously seeking performance and production crew personnel to participate in mounting the next show.

Our Founder

EODL Awards 003Born and raised in Picton, Lynn Fennell has performed in musical and dramatic theatre throughout the area since the late 1980’s, beginning with roles in Belleville’s Dance Den productions along with his daughters, Emily and Hilary.  He has been cast in many productions through this area, such as ‘Guys and Dolls’ (1988), ‘Slueth’ (1998), ‘Camelot’ (2002), ‘Talley’s Folly’ (2003), ‘I Hate Hamlet’ (2006), among many others.  He will also be performing the role as Willy Loman in Domino Theatre’s production of Death of a Salesman (2017).

Award Winning Theatre

Recognized for our award winning community theatre, P.E.C.T. competes yearly in festivals learning from industry professionals to bring the best possible little theatre to Prince Edward County. The group has brought home many accolades for their acting, directing, set design, costumes and technical production.

PECT wins prized awards at 2014 EODL Spring Festival for The Drawer Boy. Pictured here: Pat Larkin Best Actor, Heather Marr and Georgia Papanicolaou Best Set Design, Georgia Papanicolaou  Best Director and Connor Larkin  Best Student Actor.

Creative and Passionate

Our volunteers are members from the community who have a mutual love and passion for the arts. Their dedication and hard work keep our theatre alive and well. Some of our volunteers have worked in theatre before and others are new to the art. We invite anyone who would like to participate to contact us. No previous experience necessary, just a willingness to learn and have fun!

Mt. Tabor Playhouse – Venue

Mt. Tabor Playhouse

2179 County Rd. 17, Milford Ontario

A historical venue in the heart of Prince Edward County that offers an intimate experience of live theatre like no other in the area. Formerly a United Church built in the late 1800’s, Mount Tabor Playhouse seats 120 comfortably in theatre seats and is adjoined by Bredin Hall where you can enjoy a drink or showtime snack.