Inspiring and entertaining audiences since 1976! SCS Musicals promotes amateur, artistic talent and enrich the cultural life of the community through musical theatre and choral works.

SCS Musicals mounts two Broadway-esque musicals per year.  We place great pride in being able to provide performance opportunities specifically to talent from within the same community who have always bolstered and supported us. We are proud to be a true community theatre organization, run by a dedicated volunteer board of directors, staging performances to highlight the talents of actors, singers and directors with years of professional experience under their belts.  SCS Musicals welcomes YOU to join our active performing arts group as a participant onstage or behind the scenes.


In The Beginning...

In the early 1970's, Town Hall 1873 was destined for destruction. Grace Hastings, a respected music educator, choral director and local arts/music 'activist',  was one of a group of concerned citizens who successfully worked together to save Town Hall 1873.

During restoration in the 1970s, tickets and programs from a 1913 performance of H.M.S. Pinafore were unearthed and the Town Hall Board of Directors decided to stage this musical once again as a tribute. The performance was staged in 1976.

Grace, a member of the Town Hall board, retired music teacher and consultant with the Ontario County Board of Education, was their obvious choice for director. The Town Hall was packed to the rafters for every performance with people being turned away at the door. It was Grace's love of music and dedication which was at the core of the newly formed Scugog Choral Society.  It has been only in recent years that the group has adopted the shortened and updated SCS Musicals moniker, but always cherish our beginnings as a community choral group of friends.


"So much fun. So many laughs. So much accomplished. So many beautiful sounds." --Grace Hastings, Founder of Scugog Choral Society, My Journey to the Millennium 

 

Our Home - Town Hall 1873 Centre for the Performing Arts at 302 Queen Street, Port Perry, Ontario is a historic building, located in beautiful downtown Port Perry and has always been home to the Scugog Choral Society. The theatre is conveniently located on the South West corner of Queen Street and Simcoe Street, close to dinining and shopping.   The theatre recently celebrated it's 140th Anniversary as a cornerstone to downtown Port Perry and historic arts venue for the community it serves.

 

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