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In October, Bob Franklin will direct Kristen Da Silva's "Jacques' Lake," a play in which four old friends recreate the setting of a boyhood camping trip. While fighting off mosquitoes, struggling with building a fire, and contending with the lack of indoor plumbing, they muse together over topics as diverse as bacon, sex, and the meaning of life. A heartwarming comedy about that place where the adolescent and adult collide in all of us.

In January, Pat Williams will again compile Paladin's ever popular musical revue. The the theme for this season's music is "Songs Through the Decades", and we can promise audiences yet another wonderful evening of music performed by the best talent Aiken has to offer.

Jacques' Lake

A Comedy by Kristen Da Silva

Songs Through the Decades

Mending Fences

A Comedy by Norm Foster

July 17 - 29, 2017

2017-2018 Season


A Comedy by Norm Foster

In July 2017, Pat Williams will begin the new season directing Norm Foster's play“Looking,"  Val’s an OR nurse, Andy’s in the storage business, Nina’s a police officer and Matt’s a radio morning show host. They’re single and looking. Val agrees to meet Andy after answering his personal ad in the newspaper. Nina and Matt are coaxed into joining their friends for support. High romance and contagious laughter are the result.     

October 16 - 28, 2017

January 15 - 27, 2018

April 16 - 28, 2018

Closing out the 2017/2018 season, Bob Franklin will direct, "Mending Fences," a poignant comedy by Norm Foster. Harry Sullivan hasn't seen his son, Drew in thirteen years when Drew suddenly decides to visit Harry at the Saskatchewan homestead where Drew was raised. This play tells the story of two men who are too stubborn to give in to the feelings of the heart and the wise woman who loves them both.