Borelians Community Theatre
On stage since 1971, the Borelians Community Theatre was founded by a group of teachers with a commitment to staging quality amateur theatre by presenting Canadian theatre work and contemporary classics. The name Borelians derives from the village of Borelia, now a part of Port Perry. The Borelians’ first play, You Can’t Take it With You by Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman, was performed at the Port Perry High School in May of 1971. Today, the volunteer Board of the Borelians, remains committed to excellence in theatre, producing classic and contemporary works that challenge, educate and, above all, entertain their audiences.
302 Queen St.
Town Hall 1873 Centre for the Performing Arts
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