Placentia Area Theatre d'Heritage is a non-profit organization established in 1994. Organizers formed a committee which in turn laid a framework for a theatre troupe. Over the past 18 years our troupe has presented a living interpretation of significant parts of our French and English history. We provide visitors and locals with entertainment that is culturally accurate, we also assist in promoting the tourist industry of the area. Each year the cast is composed of students as well as adults.
FACES OF FORT ROYAL
Performed at the Castle Hill National Historic site, "Faces of Fort Royal" will transport you back in time to 1696. During this 40 minute historical drama you will meet the Governor, the merchant, soldiers, as well as the common fisherman and their families. All of these people are trying to carry on the business of living in a harsh environment surrounded by enemies.
Monday - Friday @ 2:00 pm (weather permitting). Donations accepted.
SUMMER THEATRE COMES ALIVE!
Vignette's are short literary sketches. At various occasions PATH presents dramatic scenes that explore the journey through Placentia's poignant past. Vignette's are performed at the Placentia Bay Art Centre and throughout other locations in Placentia.
Week Nights (date and times to be determined)
Seasons Open: June through August
Hours Open: Monday - Friday
Fees: Castle Hill National Historic Site - donation; Placentia Bay Cultural Art Centre - $8
Both Castle Hill National Historic Site and the Placentia Bay Art Centre are wheel chair accessible.