• Join LunaSea Theatre for our annual fundraiser, Carols in the Cathedral, a holiday tradition for many, at the Cathedral Church of All Saints, 1330 Cathedral Lane (formerly Martello St.), on Monday, December 11th at 7:30 pm.
  • Logo update for our ten year anniversary!
  • "Woman and Scarecrow" by Marina Carr. Photo credit: David Crewe. From left to right: Mary-Colin Chisholm and Mauralea Austin
  • "To Capture Light" by Mary-Colin Chisholm. Photo credit: David Crewe. From left to right: Mary-Colin Chisholm, Sherry Smith, Mauralea Austin, Martha Irving
  • The company is committed, primarily, to working with actors resident in this province, but is open to working with artists living elsewhere in order to stimulate new ideas and fresh energy.


Mark your calendars! LunaSea Theatre’s Christmas tradition, CAROLS IN THE CATHEDRAL is back for its 8th year at the Cathedral Church of All Saints. Candlelight, music, and carol sing-a-longs, apple cider and baked treats, and a silent auction for those last minute gifts. Join LunaSea Theatre, the Twelfth Night Choir, and special guests on Monday, Dec. 11th at 7:30pm! An all ages event.

Note: Our "snow day" (if concert is cancelled due to weather) is Saturday Dec. 16th. For tickets go to:


Slut the Play is coming to Halifax! Come see LunaSea Theatre's FREE show at The Sir James Dunn Theatre on Dalhousie University's campus this August! Join this important conversation about sexual violence and slut shaming.  Come for the show, stay for the post-show discussion! We are also accepting bookings for locations around the province in Fall 2017. #StopSlutNS #SlutThePlayNS




If you have any concerns about potentially triggering or disturbing content in any of our shows, please contact us. We would be happy to discuss any of your concerns and to provide excerpts of script for you to preview, in order to help you make your decision. or 902 423 8202 (Mary-Colin)


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Thank you all for a wonderful evening of songs, laughs, a few tears, and lots of holiday cheer! We had a lovely audience, hard working volunteers, and were fortunate once again to have such generous artists lend their talents to the evening. Till next year... Holiday Cheers! ~ Mary-colinMartha, and Ryanne