Welcome to Gallery 7 Theatre On Demand!


Here, you may order any of our live stream events and recorded performances to watch at your leisure and in the comfort of your own home. Tickets are just $15. 

Once you have completed your order, you will receive a confirmation email containing a link to your video.

We hope you enjoy your Gallery 7 Theatre On Demand experience!


Abby Theatre Fest: Stage to Screen Edition Weekend #1


Abby Theatre Fest: Stage to Screen Edition is an online version of our annual one-act play festival, but with a twist. This year, we invited actors, writers, and film-makers from across Canada and Western USA to submit videoed performances of their original work, whether it be a devised short film or a performance reading of their short stories or poems. Films were streamed in two groups over two weekends in October with fun, interactive online engagement. It's the same heart, soul and mind theatre you expect from us, just something a bit edgy, something a bit different. A portion of ticket sales go to support the creators! This video features the following films from Weekend #1:

  • Motherhood and Being a Sandwich or The Best Laid Plans - Sue Backs
  • Find a Way - Sandra Griffith (story reading)
  • Two Dinosaurs Under the Sun - by Darby Sherwood
  • Isolation Stories Through the Eyes of Children – Charlene Crawford (Part 1)
  • Dreams of a Ghost - Des Hale
  • The End of Snow - Laurie Damer
  • Magnificat - Joel Brandt



Abby Theatre Fest: Stage to Screen Edition Weekend #2


Abby Theatre Fest: Stage to Screen Edition is an online version of our annual one-act play festival, but with a twist. This year, we invited actors, writers, and film-makers from across Canada and Western USA to submit videoed performances of their original work, whether it be a devised short film or a performance reading of their short stories or poems. Films were streamed in two groups over two weekends in October with fun, interactive online engagement. It's the same heart, soul and mind theatre you expect from us, just something a bit edgy, something a bit different. A portion of ticket sales go to support the creators! This video features the following films from Weekend #2:

  • Memoirs of a Middle School EA – Doriana Brewer
  • Corona: Sonnets in Situ - Barbara Nickel
  • Isolation Stories Through the Eyes of Children* - Charlene Crawford (Part 2)
  • Verywhere - Ely Davidson
  • Open Doorway - Rebecca Laurenti
  • Miss Porter – Jester’s Theatre

Everyman & The Second Shepherd's Play


A double feature: two plays for the price of one! Everyman, a representation of all human kind, is suddenly called to give a reckoning before God for the life he has lived. Inviting mystical characters such as Fellowship, Good Deeds and Knowledge to accompany him on his pilgrimage, Everyman soon realizes that in the end, when he stands before God, all he has left to offer is his good deeds. This is a rare reading of this 15th century masterpiece, considered by many to be the greatest morality plays of all time.

In The Second Shepherd's Play, adapted by Ian Borden, a group of shepherds attempt to rescue a missing sheep from the clutches of a rapscallion sheep-stealing couple who will go to great lengths to conceal their thievery. Little to do the Shepherds know that a holy announcement from the Heavenly hosts is forthcoming that will change their lives for ever.


Macbeth 

by William Shakespeare


Macbeth, a Scottish general, is enticed by a prophesy from three witches, who predict he will become the King of Scotland. Spurred on by his ambitions and his determined wife, Macbeth murders his way to a usurped throne. Wracked by guilt and paranoia, Macbeth’s reign descends in to bloody tyranny until forces led by Thane of Fife restore peace and light in the kingdom. A tragedy first performed in the early 1600’s, the play explores the destructive nature of political ambition and misaligned allegiances. This dramatic reading was presented as part of Pageant Wagon Theatre in November, 2020.


Charles Dickens'

A Christmas Carol

Adapted by Adriel Brandt


It’s a frigid Christmas Eve. With a heart as cold as the freezing London winter, Ebenezer Scrooge is paid a visit from the spirits of Christmas Past, Present and Yet to Come, and is forced to finally confront how his actions have affected others and where they are leading him. This is a recording of our Zoom live-streamed performance held December 19, 2020 on Zoom.

Please note this recording contains one minor screen share issue at the 3:50 mark that is resolved at the 4:25 mark.