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Welcome to the PSC Community Theatre

The Point St. Charles (PSC) Community theatre is a non-profit, volunteer project with objective of bringing live theatre productions to our neighborhood. In addition to our regular adult plays, the PSC Community Theatre also supports a completely Free PSC Youth Theatre program.

The Theatre was founded by Peggie Hopkins in 2005, with our first production “hitting the stage” in the Spring of 2006.



The PSC Community Theatre presents:

All the King’s Women

By Luigi Januzzi


“All The King’s Women” is the story of Elvis Presley as told though the eyes of 17 fans. It consists of 3 monologues; and 5 one act plays.

Humorous and touching dialogue that is generally based on real facts including the Elvis appearances on the Steve Allen show; the purchase of his first guitar; Andy Warhol’s silk screen images of the King (one of these silk screens apparently has recently sold for $100 million); about when U.S. President Nixon met Elvis.

November 2018

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Acting Out Youth Program

Interested in acting? We are looking for young actors (8 years old and up) who want to be part of our community youth theatre program.

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Interested in being part of the Theatre Group?

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Inquiries to be involved either on the stage; or behind the scenes are always welcomed. Volunteers are always needed to work with The PSC Community Theatre. Let us know if you are interested in helping out.



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For tickets or special donations made by check please make cheques payable to:

The PSC Community Theatre
523 rue Charon
Montreal H3K 2P4

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The PSC Community Theatre is a non profit, fully volunteer organization and all revenue is for the support
of our FREE PSC Youth Theatre program and the Joe Beef Market

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