Collected Stories playing till Oct 2

at Mount Tabor Playhouse, Milford, Prince Edward County

Collected Stories is an intimate character study of relationships and the shifting power dynamics between teacher and student. When an aspiring writer turns to her professor, a published author, for help, a new partnership is born. But what happens when the student begins to surpass her mentor? Discover how time, truth, and the challenges of their craft change both teacher and student.

That teacher-student relationship is given palpable depth on stage by County residents and professional actors Joan McBride and Melissa Paulson, who were themselves teacher and student years ago at John Abbott College’s Professional Theatre Department in Montreal.

2022-09-23 A1S1

Tickets are available for Collected Stories:

  • At the door. Doors open 30 minutes before curtain
  • At Books & Company on Picton Main Street
  • Online -- use the Get Tickets button

Health Protocol

Masks are recommended but not required in the theatre.

Final Week

Matinees starting at 2:00 pm:

  • September 28
  • October 2

Evenings starting at 7:00 pm:

  • September 29, 30
  • October 1

Do not miss this show!

County Roads Theatre Company is a small group of mostly Prince Edward County Residents with a passion for telling important stories through small, independent, professional theatre productions.

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In 2017 we presented The Belle of Amherst, a one-woman show by William Luce about the life of poet Emily Dickinson. The show, featuring Joan McBride as Emily and directed by Fred Robinson, ran for two weeks at the lovely Mount Tabor Playhouse.

Audiences loved the play, which prompted us to offer On A First Name Basis by Norm Foster in 2019. Joan McBride played the role of Lucy Hopperstaad, housekeeper to the very successful, but cantankerous, novelist David Kilbride, played by John Koensgen. This play was directed by Fred Robinson and entertained mostly full houses for the two week run.

And now: Collected Stories by Donald Margulies!