This Season at the Guild

El Crocodor - Oct. 3rd to Oct. 19th, 2019

A huge hit on the Guild stage 20 years ago, El Crocodor is back!

A group of fifth-rate vaudevillians are exiled from their native El Crocodor and continue their subversive nightclub act in Canada. Under the guise of a legit bingo game this ragtag group of performers stumble their way through a barrage of stupid human tricks and hilarious lowbrow musical numbers.


Stories and songs from 40 years - Sept 13 and Sept 14, 2019

Come celebrate with stories, songs and birthday cake as the Guild Hall turns 40! 

The Guild is full of stories! From its humble beginnings when a rag tag crew of idealistic actors and musicians just wanted to put on a show, the Guild has grown into the beloved community theatre Yukoners know today. 

Join us for a magical evening of stories from the Guild’s rich past and favourite…


Dogg’s Hamlet, Cahoot’s Macbeth - Nov. 28th to Dec 14th, 2019

A blend of comic nonsense and political satire.

This clever romp is actually two short plays:

In Dogg’s Hamlet, a group of private school students set up for their production of Hamlet, performed in its original language. The catch? These students speak “Dogg” – a language comprised of English words, but with different meanings. This is Stoppard at his word-playing, gleeful best.

In Cahoot’s Macbeth, renegade actors stage a secret performance of Shakespeare’s Macbeth that…


A Yukon-famous Christmas Carol - Dec. 19th to 21st, 2019

Nothing humbug about this event! From politicians to musicians, your favourite Yukon-famous celebrities will present a staged reading of Charles Dickens’ beloved Christmas classic - just in time for the holidays.

Directed by Yukon-famous actor and musician Eric Epstein, this heartwarming holiday classic will have you breaking out the figgy pudding and eggnog!


The Anger in Ernest and Ernestine - Jan. 30th to Feb 15th, 2020

After saying their marriage vows, cracks slowly appear in Ernest and Ernestine’s perfect relationship. With their wildly different approaches to life in a small basement apartment these quirky lovers battle each other, a menacing furnace and their own personal demons in this classic Canadian comedy.


Mr. Burns, a post-electric play - April 9th to April 25th, 2020.

After the collapse of civilization, a group of survivors share a campfire and begin to piece together the plot of The Simpsons episode Cape Feare entirely from memory. Several years later, this and other snippets of pop culture have become the live entertainment of a post-apocalyptic society, sincerely trying to hold onto its past.

Anne Washburn’s imaginative dark comedy explores how the pop culture of one era could evolve into the mythology of another.