Ghosts – photos from the show!

Everyone was fascinated by the spider on the wall
He got the chair for his actions!
No? How about Cleveland?
Are you interested in buying a timeshare in New Jersey?
"You don't like when I sing 'I'm a little teapot' either!"
“Harry, if I have to hear you say ‘I put my boots on one at a time just like the rest of you’ one more time I’m going to murder you again!”
"Um, what's my line again?"
At this point EVERYONE looked away.


I would like to introduce our newest addition this year, Ms. Prompter, or as we like to call her by her nickname, “Line”. The casting director was not very enthusiastic about her screen test, but admitted there were certain roles that were suitable. In the next feature called “How Love-Nests are Made” she will play a supporting role. She will play the part of a bare limb.

Rehearsals are going GREAT!

Why does he get a script?

Why does he get to hold a script

Do you have time for me to tell you about Russell’s Teapot?

Do you have time to talk about Russels teapot

Do the Hokey Pokey and turn yourself around…
Do the hokey pokey

Now, Jazzercise is simple… just feel the music.

in a circle

I’m a little teapot, short and stout.Im a little teapot

Why do I have to hold all the bags!Get back to work

I thought I was going to be Batman.on stage

Does this armour make me look fat?

Whos line


Of course I’m paying attention…
Of course Im paying attention




Theatre Night Dinner — SOLD OUT

Sorry, but there are no more seats available for this special night of dinner and a play.  Thanks to everyone who bought tickets!


Saturday April 2 a special night of dinner and a play!

At the Inglewood Church, 6pm a Roast Beef dinner in support of the Knox United Church.

Cole Slaw

Bread Rolls

Roast Beef


Mixed Veg


Coffee & Tea


All proceeds are going to;

Knox United Church

Caledon Village

A great show deserves more dates!

Save one (or more) of these dates in 2016: 
Fri April 1  –  8pm
Sat April 2*  –  8pm
Fri April 8  –  8pm
Sat April 9  –  8pm
*Roast beef dinner at the Inglewood United Church  in support of the Knox United Church at 6pm.
The Play:  Ghosts at the Grange by Karen Doling.
Two ghosts at McLaren Castle at the Grange witness a crime but how do they communicate it to the living?
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Inglewood General Store
Tickets may be ordered to be picked up & paid for by mail (or at the door) by:
phone: 905 838 2874 -Larry




Make cheques payable to: Inglewood Schoolhouse Performers
Mail to:
 Larry Flint
 15712 McLaughlin Rd
 Inglewood, ON, L7C 1N2
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How Does your Garden Grow

By kind arrangement with Lazy Bee Scripts
How Does Your Garden Grow
Geoff Bamber
How Does Your Garden Grow has nothing to do with gardens and everything to do with fun.
A romping farce where mistaken identity abounds when the adulterous affair of an aging banker and his barracuda colleague collide with a faded rock star, his hippy manager and deranged stalker. To make matters worse, this dirty weekend rendezvous takes place in the small hotel the bank is threatening to close. Add a befuddled hotel owner, his nostalgic wife, their Latvian assistant, a prim police woman and the  bank’s Human Resources underling and you have the ingredients for a fun filled evening presented by the Inglewood Schoolhouse Performers.