Theatre Lac Brome
During its 21 years from 1935-56, the Brae Manor Playhouse was arguably Canadas most important summer theatre and training school. More than 100 professional theatrical productions were mounted in a repertory format, attracting such talents as Christopher Plummer, Robertson Davies, Herbert Whittaker and Gratien Gélinas to its stage.
Founded in 1986, Theatre Lac Brome continues this tradition of high-quality entertainment. It has slowly yet confidently built its reputation on the Quebec and Canadian theatre scenes as a non-traditional summer playhouse offering an eclectic program.
Theatre Lac Brome professional seasons have featured such non-traditional offerings as Tom Cones Herringbone, Charles Ludlams The Mystery of Irma Vep, Eric Overmyers On The Verge and Joe Ortons Loot. It has also found its balance with a sprinkling of more popular fare such as Shirley Valentine, Blithe Spirit, Man of La Mancha and Always... Patsy Cline.
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The Theatre Lac Brome is located at 9, Mont-Echo Road (Knowlton)