The Grove Theatre in Fenelon Falls is opening a box office and hiring for three new positions

2022 season at outdoor amphitheatre will be announced soon

An August 2021 concert at The Grove Theatre, the new outdoor amphitheatre in Fenelon Falls. (Photo: Geoff Coleman)
An August 2021 concert at The Grove Theatre, the new outdoor amphitheatre in Fenelon Falls. (Photo: Geoff Coleman)

The Grove Theatre — the new outdoor amphitheatre built into the garden grove of the fairgrounds in Fenelon Falls — is opening a storefront box office for its 2022 season and is hiring for three new positions.

Following a successful fundraising campaign over the holidays, The Grove Theatre has announced its box office will be located at 2 Water Street in Fenelon Falls. The location will also serve as a workplace for staff and a venue for small community events and workshops.

The Grove Theatre opened last August with a scaled-down season of concerts because of the pandemic. Originally, the theatre was going to open with a full-scale production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Musical, but the show was postponed until July 2022 due to public health restrictions.

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The new box office is expected to open in March, and The Grove Theatre is planning to announce plans for its 2022 season soon.

In the interim, The Grove Theatre is hiring for three new positions: a full-time partnership and development manager, a full-time marketing and audience engagement manager, and a part-time customer service supervisor.

Application deadlines for all three jobs are in February. For details, visit www.grovetheatre.ca/jobs.

The future home The Grove Theatre's box office. Located at 2 Water Street in Fenelon Falls, the box office is expected to open in March 2022. (Photo: The Grove Theatre)
The future home The Grove Theatre’s box office. Located at 2 Water Street in Fenelon Falls, the box office is expected to open in March 2022. (Photo: The Grove Theatre)

The Grove Theatre was created with the help of the Kawartha Works Community Co-operative, a collective that supports a wide range of not-for-profit initiatives that benefit the local community. Initial funding was provided from the Ontario Trillium Foundation, with additional support from members of the local community.

For more information about The Grove Theatre, visit www.grovetheatre.ca.