The Long Weekend

The Long Weekend delivers non-stop mischievous fun and scrumptious plot twists! Max and Wynn are about to show off their beautiful new country home to their best friends, Roger and Abby, but it doesn’t take long to uncover the true feelings behind this long friendship. What is meant to be a relaxing holiday turns into a battle of wits as their pasts catch up with them, the gloves come off and old scores get settled in comedic fashion. A hilariously tangled web of truths, deception and surprises leaves the audience guessing – and laughing – all the way to the final curtain!

By Norm Foster


Willkommen, bienvenue, welcome! A brilliant and daring musical set in the strange playground of 1931 Berlin, where the seedy Kit Kat Club reveals a tale of love in the ruins, of hope and ultimately of loss. Cabaret features unforgettable characters and musical numbers that are both cheeky and chilling. A theatrical experience not to be missed, Cabaret won eight Tony Awards for its original production, four more for a subsequent revival and was adapted into a major motion picture which won eight Academy Awards. Life is a Cabaret, old chums – come to the Cabaret!

Book by Joe Masteroff
Based on the play by John van Druten
Stories by Christopher Isherwood
Music by John Kander
Lyrics by Fred Ebb
Co-directed & Choreographed by Rob Marshall
Directed by Sam Mendes

Audience advisory – mature content

Don’t Dress for Dinner

Join us for an evening of mistaken identities and outrageously quick charades as we present the Tony Award nominated sequel to Boeing-Boeing. It’s 10 years later and Bernard and Gabriella have finally settled down, but the shenanigans continue in what many consider to be the most brilliant bedroom farce of all time! With his wife out of town, an alibi from his best friend Robert, and a gourmet chef to add culinary spice, Bernard has the perfect romantic evening planned for his French mistress — or so he thinks. Desire and infidelity take a comedic turn when a secret affair turns into a comedy of errors, setting the stage for a wacky collision course of hilarious proportions!

By Marc Camoletti

Top of the Pops: A British Rock Invasion

The Mayfield Dinner Theatre’s holiday season Rock ‘n Roll revue is back! Following up on last years huge hit Stars & Stripes, we are thrilled to present you TOP OF THE POPS: A British Rock Invasion. Jumping to the other side of the pond, this year we celebrate all things British. From the original Invasion of the 60’s to the second wave of the 70’s, the new wave of the 80’s, right up to the superstars of the present day, TOP OF THE POPS captures it all!! With the music of the Beatles, the Stones, The Hollies, The Who, Adele, Amy Winehouse and everything in between, this year’s rock ‘n roll extravaganza pays homage to the British contribution to the world of popular music. An evening of high-energy hilarity awaits you with an ensemble cast that will knock your socks off!

Written & Compiled by Will Marks & Marcia Kash

Folkswaggin’: Music of the People

We open up our 2014/2015 Season with something completely different: FOLKSWAGGIN’: Music of the People! This year in our popular Icon series we venture, for the first time, into the music and culture of Folk! Most of what we know and love in Folk music has been created and performed for us by American and Canadian artists; but in truth its origins are centuries old, from peoples all over the globe eventually making its way to the “new world”. Inspired by Edmonton’s own brilliant Folk Festival, FolksWaggin’ is our review of this extraordinary culture and the artists responsible for it’s creation and evolution. It is the traditions passed down from generation to generation, which truly makes it folk music. As Woody Guthrie once said, “Folk music is music of the people, by the people, for the people.” FolksWaggin’ celebrates great North American icons such as Joni Mitchell, Bob Dylan, Paul Simon, Crosby, Stills an Nash, Neil Young and more! Join us around the globe as we celebrate the music and traditions of its people.”

Inspired by Edmonton’s own brilliant Folk Festival!

By Will Marks & Kevin Michaels