Our Story

Yellow Point Drama Group—the second oldest theatre group in BC—got its start in the early 1950s when former opera singer, leading director of drama, and elocution teacher, Anne Mossman moved to Yellow Point from Vancouver. Her enthusiasm for the dramatic arts was contagious and she soon enlisted a nucleus of Cedar and Yellow Point locals to produce YPDG’s first season comprised of three one-act plays: Waltz Time, Dear Departed, and Which Way is the Way to Boston?. The trio of plays went on to win best acting and best directed awards at various Vancouver Island drama festivals.

Fresh from its success, the amateur troupe went on to officially form Yellow Point Drama Group in 1953, and in the 60 years since, has marked a number of successful theatrical milestones, winning numerous festival awards along the way for the quality of its acting, direction, costumes and set design.


by Leigh Curran

Show runs October 6 to 21, 2017

This play is a delightful study of the relationship of three generations of women with all the pathos
and humour that that implies.

Joanne Rowland as: Biesel
Maureen Molyneaux-Watt as: Erica
Alan Watt as: Peter
Heather Haseltine as: Ardianna
Katrina Basnett as: Phoebe

Directed by:   Patricia Zogar
Produced by: Armando Dos Santos and Ted Girard
Stage Manager:   Bruce Rowland and Eleanor Tully
Set Construction and Design: Bruce Rowland
Lighting Design:   Eric Tully
Lighting Operator: Ray Harde

October 6,7,13,14,20,21 @ 7:30

October 21 Matinee @ 2:00

Tickets $20 at the Door (Cash or Cheque)

Reservations at 250-245-7342 or Online




Yellow Point Drama Group Presents Our First Annual

One-Act Play Festival

at Cedar Community Hall – June 2 and 3

Doors open at 7:00 pm | Performances start at 7:30

Tickets $15 for each night available at the door or Reservations at 250-722-2459

The Playbill:

Friday June 2

Rapport Revisited
by Brian March, performed by Short Circuit Theatre

A Skiff of Golff
by Ron Dale, performed by YPDG

First-Wave Feminism—Shaw’s Women
by G.B. Shaw, performed by The Big Production Co.

Saturday June 3

Oh Nurse!
by Betty Annand, performed by Second Stage Players of Courtenay

Two Blind Men and a Donkey
by Maturin Dondo, performed by YPDG

Modern Banshee
written and performed by Laura Kelsey


a British Farce by Derek Benfield

Show runs: April 7 to April 22, 2017

When Brian takes up jogging, his wife Hilary is not surprised. She has often told him he should exercise more after all the business lunches he consumes. But when Brian is ostensibly running round the park, he is, in fact, spending a couple of hours with his girl friend, Wendy, in his good friend George’s flat. The arrangement works well for some time, for while Brian is visiting Wendy, helpful George knows that there is no danger of his own dalliance being discovered; for the object of his affection is Brian’s wife, Hilary! It is all plain sailing until George’s wife Jessica returns too soon from a business trip to America and puts the cat among the pigeons.

Directed by Wendy Wearne and Joanne Rowland


Wendy Wearne as Hilary
Moira Fox as Jessica
Zita Hartman as Wendy (The girl friend)
Greg Heide as Brian
Bruce Ormond as George