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Domino Theatre

Skin Flick

by Norm Foster
directed by Lisa Flannagan
Thurs.-Sat., Sept. 8-24, 7:30 p.m.
The Davies Foundation Auditorium
52 Church St., Kingston, ON

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Rollie and Daphne are a middle-aged couple. Daphne is unemployed and looking for work. Rollie finds out his company is relocating and he will be out of a job. His best friend, Alex, also loses his job as a news cameraman. The three of them come up with a plan to make a porno film in order to make money. More

Admission $20 (plus Grand Theatre surcharge). Tickets available through the Grand Theatre Box Office, 530-2050 and online, until 2 p.m. on day of performance, and at the door on performance nights when available. Seniors and members $16 at the door on Thursdays only. Children and students $10.

Come Play by the Lake 8

One-Act Play Festival

Fri.-Sat., July 8-9, 7:30 p.m.
The Davies Foundation Auditorium
52 Church St., Kingston, ON

At Domino Theatre's eighth One-Act Festival, the winner of Best Production and of the new Ken Weston Award for Best Original Script was Raining Cats and Dogs, by James Gow. The play will be entered in the Eatern Ontario Drama League One-Act Play Festival this fall in Perth.

The winner of the subscription draw was Diane Pross.

Domino Board Vacancy

There is one vacant three-year term on the Board for which there is no one standing for election.

If you are interested in serving on the Domino Board, please send a statement of intent which provides background information and why you are interested in serving on the Board to the Nominating Committee through the Domino Theatre President, Bill Morrow,, by July 31st 2016.

General expectations of Board Members:

  1. Attend 11 Board meetings and the Annual General Meeting
  2. Attend opening night performances
  3. Be actively involved in the running of the theatre
  4. Co-produce one show in each season
  5. Serve on standing committees

Theatre Masterclasses

The Kick and Push Festival is offering three workshops this summer. The topics are Movement for Actors (Sunday, July 17, 9-5), Self Producing 101 (Sunday, July 31, 9-5) and The Dos and Don'ts of Social Media (Sunday, August 7, 9-3). Each workshop costs $50. More Information

Kingston, Ontario, Canada

Season 64

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Since its unusual beginning between feature films at the old Odeon Theatre, Domino has grown to a full seven-play winter season. Each season offers an appealing mix of drama, comedy and mystery from the Canadian and world stages.

Domino is truly a "community" theatre. People from all walks of life pool their skills to present productions of a consistently high calibre. As a member of the Eastern Ontario Drama League and Theatre Ontario, Domino is actively involved in the Ontario amateur theatre community and has acted as host to several annual festivals. Many Domino people and productions have been recognized for their excellence at the regional and provincial levels.

With a Board of Directors elected by the membership, and with advertised auditions open to all, Domino welcomes the participation of interested volunteers both on stage and behind the scenes.

The Lounge Gallery

Domino Theatre displays original artwork by local artists in the theatre lounge throughout our regular season. For more information and to apply click here.

The Domino Affair

Order the book on Domino's first 50 years here.


Donations to Domino can also be sent to:

Domino Theatre
P.O. Box 884
Kingston, ON K7L 4X8

Tax receipts will be issued on request.
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