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E.C.H.O. Players Village Theatre is a non-profit society of dedicated members of the community. Community is what E.C.H.O. Players is all about. Relying upon the talents, creative energy and generosity of individuals and businesses we have been bringing the live theatre experience to the Oceanside area for for over 40 years.

Dick Whittington - Don Emerson Photography
Dick Whittington - Don Emerson Photography

Whether you wish to share the experience from the comfort of your seat in the Village Theatre (home to E.C.H.O. Players since 1974), from the footlights of the stage or from behind the scenes, you will find yourself welcomed into a community of patrons, fellow performers, artists, writers, set designers, and volunteers of every description.

OUR 2016/17 SEASON

Want a peek at our upcoming season?

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Coming Soon - Marion Bridge

Marion Bridge

February 16 – March 5, 2017
Director: Wendy Punter

A tale of three sisters - Agnes, an alcoholic actress from Toronto, Theresa, a nun, and 'strange' Louise, all thrown together again in their childhood home in Cape Breton, to be ...

Spam and Maple Syrup Nights

March 9, 10 and 11, 2017 only!

ECHO Players will be presenting 3 nights of British and Canadian comedy skits.

The title of the performances will be Spam and Maple Syrup (An Evening of British (Monty Python) and Canadian Comedy). The evening will include many Monty Python favourites (e.g. The Dead Parrot, The Four, Yorkshiremen, etc. ) plus some great Canadian skits, as well.

There will be two acts with a 20 minute intermission. Ticket prices will be $15.00. The comedy will be for mature audiences and will not be suitable for children. The producers guarantee that there will be something to offend everyone.

There will, also, be giveaways and prizes to be won.

The Pirates of Penzance

April 27 – May 14, 2017
Director:  Mari Lyn Kelly

Landing on Vancouver Island after plundering, pillaging, and just being a downright nuisance, the Pirates of Penzance find themselves lost. One pirate, the young and handsome ...

... Frederick, wanders away from his gang of pirates to Qualicum Beach and stumbles upon a gaggle of beautiful maidens and their eccentric father Major-General.   We have star-crossed lovers, a run-in with the pirates, lily-livered policemen and mistaken identity, all of which brings this Gilbert & Sullivan musical alive and rollicking with entertainment for the whole family!

 

Our Goal... "To nurture the love of theatre, we explore, expand and develop theatrical talent and we create quality entertainment for our community".