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Cast members of 4th Line Theatre's 2019 production of Ian McLachlan & Robert Winslow's Carmel feat. Kevin Bundy & Danny Waugh

4th Line Theatre box office opens Feb. 10

4th Line Theatre is also pleased to announce that its box office will open to the public to purchase tickets and for gift certificate redemptions for the 2020 Summer Season as of Monday, February 10th. Tickets, gift certificates and picnics for 4th Line Theatre’s 2020 summer season can be purchased by phone (705-932-4445), online at or at 4th Line Theatre’s Box Office located at 4 Tupper Street, Millbrook.

Group Bookings*:

Book tickets for a group of 12 or more and save! Come to 4th Line with your family, friends and co-workers and experience an unforgettable evening of unique outdoor entertainment.  Book 12–24 tickets and save $1 off each ticket.  Book 25 or more tickets and save $2 off each ticket.


The Great Shadow
World Premiere
By Alex Poch-Goldin
Directed by Deb Williams
June 30 – July 25, 2020
Previews: June 30, July 1

Opening Night: Thursday, July 2

Tuesday to Saturday at 6 pm
Additional performance Monday, July 20, 2020

In The Great Shadow, set in the roaring ‘20s, the stars of the silver screen are heading to Canada as Trenton, Ontario embarks on a quest to become Hollywood North. Sparks fly in this world premiere when small-town Ontario residents collide with the Hollywood elites.

Wishful Seeing
World Premiere
By Maja Ardal
Directed by Kim Blackwell
Starring Robert Winslow as Thaddeus Lewis
August 4 – August 29, 2020
Previews: August 4, 5

Opening Night: Thursday, August 6

Tuesday to Saturday at 6 pm
Additional performance Monday, August 24, 2020

Wishful Seeing, based on the novel of the same name by Janet Kellough tells the story of saddlebag preacher Thaddeus Lewis, who stumbles upon a murder mystery on the shores of Rice Lake. A historical thriller set in 1853, with a colourful cast of characters set against the backdrop of a rapidly growing pre-confederation Canada.

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