First of all, our most sincere thanks for your patience.  Although we have solved some of our rescheduling problems, there are still a few that we are still working on.

The following are the rescheduled productions:

THE COMIC STRIPPERS:

The COMIC STRIPPERS originally scheduled for June 5 2020,  have rescheduled for JUNE 4, 2021.  If you have already purchased tickets for this show, they will be honoured.  However, if you would rather cancel, we will be happy to refund you.   

ABBA :

ABBA originally scheduled for June 6 2020, have rescheduled for JUNE 9,2021.  If you have already purchased tickets for this show, they will be honoured. However, if you would rather cancel, we will be happy to refund you. 

But please keep in mind that this show was sold out, and we have a waiting list, so no doubt if you change your mind and want to repurchase tickets, the likely hood of any being available is very slim.  

LENNIE GALLANT

LENNIE GALLANT, originally scheduled for May 23, 2020, has been rescheduled for APRIL 17, 2021

If you have already purchased tickets for this show they will be honoured. However, if you would rather cancel, we will be happy to refund you. 

CYRUS

CYRUS originally scheduled for April 17,  has rescheduled for NOVEMBER 7, 2020  (THIS FALL)

If you have already purchased tickets for this show they will be honoured. However, if you would rather cancel, we will be happy to refund you. 

Productions that we are still working on to confirm for a later date are:

KIDS SAY THE DARNDEST THINGS originally scheduled for March 2020

THE ACT AWARDS originally scheduled for March 2020

ALEX ZERBE originally scheduled for April 2020

THE SPRING FARCE originally scheduled for May 2020

THE YARMOUTH DANCE ACADEMY SPRING RECITAL originally scheduled for MAY 2020

THE STANFIELDS originally scheduled for June 2020

SUMMER THEATRE CAMP with Hilary Ready, originally scheduled for July 2020

 

As for our fall line-up,  for now we see no reason to reschedule.

If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to call us at 902-742-8150 or email yarc@bellaliant.com  

Thanks again for your patience.  Stay healthy.

Sandy

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Leveraging Community Assets – A Shared Vision and Good Stewardship

Th’YARC (Yarmouth Arts Regional Council) and the Municipality of the District of Yarmouth share a vision for the future use of the former Arcadia School. Rural communities experience revitalization when well-equipped assets are fully utilized– the transformation of a building from a school to a multi-use play house, creative labs and cultural centre in a growing community is a great example.

Th’YARC and the Municipality of the District of Yarmouth continue to execute the terms of their Purchase and Sale agreement as planned. The team at Th’YARC are excited about proceeding with their vision for the facility. Confirming the vision for the move, President Mitch Bonnar stated, “Th’YARC wants to create a vibrant, inclusive space, both indoors and outdoors, where residents and visitors alike can enjoy the cultural diversity and talent-rich communities of the area. This region is rich in both artistic capacity and cultural diversity. Celebrating and advancing this is the vision for the new location for Th’Yarc.”

Warden Leland Anthony echo’s Mr. Bonnar’s statement, adding, “The Municipality is pleased to work with Th’YARC. The decision of Council to sell the divested school building to the Yarmouth Arts Regional Council is a responsible stewardship decision with significant cultural benefits.”

Media Contacts:
Mitch Bonnar
President
Yarmouth Arts Regional Council
902-742-3802

Victoria Brooks
Chief Administrative Officer
Municipality of the District of Yarmouth
902-742-7159

About Th’YARC

Th’YARC (The Yarmouth Arts Regional Council) Playhouse and Arts Centre a multi-function performance centre located in Yarmouth, Nova Scotia. We present a wide range of theatre, music, dance, and art events in our theatre, art gallery, and studios. Th’YARC operates year-round, with two permanent members of staff and a community of more than 300 volunteers. Our goal is to educate, entertain, and promote the arts in Southwestern Nova Scotia.

Thanks to the following businesses and agencies that help make it all possible.

Town of Yarmouth, Crest
Rodd Grand Hotel
Nova Scotia Tourism and Culture
Nova Scotia Tourism and Culture
Nova Scotia Tourism and Culture
Nova Scotia Tourism and Culture