The only community theatre troupe in Québec producing plays
in both the English and French languages.

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Derek Quinn and Nick Wilson on South Shore Vibe

Derek Quinn and Nick Wilson take a few moments to chat with Brian Peddar about our production of Wyrd Sisters and to talk about TSBP. Watch South Shore Vibe  

2022 AGM Welcomes New Executive

The 2022 AGM was held on September 9th, 2022 at the Centre Marcel-Dulude in St-Bruno. Over 40 members attended and ratified two modifications to the troupe's regulations. These included a new article which allows a sitting president to stand for re-election. In the...

TSBP wins 4 Awards at 2022 Arlequins

The results are in and with 13 nominations in 9 categories ,TSBP has walked away with an amazing 4 awards at this year’s Arlequin Awards.

Sandra McCallum and Matt Whitelaw on South Shore Vibe

Host Brian Peddar chats with Sandra McCallum and Matt Whitelaw about TSBP's upcoming production of Self-Help by Dummiez and about the Saint-Bruno Players.

TSBP Wins 4 Arlequin Awards

Théâtre St-Bruno Players was a big winner at the 2021 FQTA Arlequin awards.

It’s a Wonderful Life Wins Arlequin for Best Comedy/Drama

Once again Théâtre St-Bruno Players wins big at the Gala des Arlequins de la Fédération québécoise de théâtre amateur. It’s a Wonderful Life – A Live Radio Play by Joe Landry, directed by Dave Maynard, was awarded the Arlequin for best comedy/drama.

TSBP on TVRS Studio en Direct

Marie-Andrée Leblond interviews Philippe Dufaux and Fernand Lavoie on TVRS’ – Studio en direct.

David McCallum and Emily Fleming with Brian Peddar on South Shore VIBE

Brian Peddar chats with David McCallum and Emily Fleming about TSBP's upcoming production of It's a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio and a little about the history of Théâtre Saint-Bruno Players.

Curtain Call for Peter Crooks

Peter Crooks, long-time resident of Saint-Bruno de Montarville, died peacefully at Charles Lemoyne Hospital, Longueuil, Quebec On Monday 19th August 2019 at the age of 83.

Elaine Houle wins 2019 Arlequin for Best Actress

Once again Théâtre St-Bruno Players was recognized for excellence at the Gala des Arlequins held at Carleton-sur-mer on June 15 and 16th as St-Bruno resident Elaine Houle won the award for Best Actress for her role as Cindy Savage in Self Help by Norm Foster. The...

About Us

Théâtre St-Bruno Players is a non-profit community theatre troupe founded in 1975.

With over ninety members of all ages, it is the only amateur theatre troupe in Québec producing plays in both English and French.

Each year we produce four major productions, two in English and two in French. From comedies and dramas to mysteries and more, Théâtre St-Bruno Players covers it all. In fact, more than 260 plays have been produced since 1975 including original works, in music, dance and theatre.

Our Next Production


The True Story of Florence Foster Jenkins,
The Worst Singer in the World

In 1940s New York, the performer who everyone wanted to see live was Florence Foster Jenkins, an enthusiastic soprano whose pitch was far from perfect. Known as “the first lady of the sliding scale”, she warbled and screeched her way through the evening to an audience who mostly fell about with laughter. But this delusional and joyously happy woman paid little attention to her critics, instead, she was surrounded by a circle of devoted friends who were almost as eccentric as she was.

Based upon a true story, the play spins from Florence’s charity recitals and extravagant balls, through to her bizarre recording sessions and an ultimate triumph at Carnegie Hall in this hilarious and heart-warming comedy.


Sandra McCallum as Florence Foster Jenkins
Matthew Whitelaw as Cosmé McMoon
Mariève Guérin as Maria
David Gobby as St. Clair
Emily Fleming as Dorothy
Anita Haas as Mrs. Verrinder-Gedge
Derek Quinn as the voice of the radio announcer

Scene transitions featuring the voice of  Andrea Rubio

Produced by Betty Jean Quinn
Directed by Dave Maynard

3 Shows: April 13, 14 & 15
Tickets are available via Eventbrite or call 450-441-0362 or 450-653-4149

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Thank You to our Sponsors & Partners

Nathalie Roy

Thank you to MNA Nathalie Roy and the Quebec Ministry of Culture and Communications, for their exceptional support of Théâtre St-Bruno Players.

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