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WCT presents: Meet My Sister

Meet My Sister

Written by BONNIE GREEN
A co-production with Theatre NorthWest, Prince George

January 24 to February 2, 2019

Sagebrush Theatre

You thought you knew your family… A comic clash of wits, will, and personality. Two very different sisters, one a Kamloopsian, meet at their childhood home to pack their cantankerous mother off to a retirement community. An old flame comes to visit bearing wine, charm… and a big surprise. A quirky new comedy about sibling rivalry and how to live life to the fullest.

This exciting world premiere, playing for the very first time here in Kamloops, is by Bonnie Green, Associate Producer of the Stratford Festival.

AUDIENCE GUIDANCE: Some mild language and mature content. See audience advisories for more information.

Show Times

January 24 to February 2, 2019
Mondays | 7:30pm
Tuesdays | 7:30pm
Wednesdays | 7:30pm
Thursdays | 7:30pm
Fridays | 8pm
Saturdays | 2pm & 8pm

Special Performances

Opening Night Reception
Saturday, Jan 26 – after curtain call

Pay-What-You-Can Matinées
Saturdays, Jan 26 & Feb 2 – 2:00pm

Yac with Mac Pre-Show Chat
Wednesday, Jan 30 – 6:30pm

Post-Show Talk Back
Wednesday, Jan 30 – after curtain call

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WCT’s Stage One Theatre School to Present two plays this weekend!

WCT’s Stage One Theatre School’s students have finished THE REHEARSAL. In fact, WE OPEN TOMORROW NIGHT (no question mark).

Not only are these the names of two plays, they state the facts: The 32 students of the Stage One’s Performance Class are ready to channel all their new skills to entertain you with not just one, but two very funny plays, full of hijinks and “the curtain must rise” tension!

Performances at the Pavilion Theatre:
Thursday, May 10 at 7:00pm
Friday, May 11 at 7:00pm
Saturday, May 12 at 2:00pm 

See two shows for the price of one! As it is, admission is by donation. Continue reading WCT’s Stage One Theatre School to Present two plays this weekend!

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WCT Presents: Glory

By TRACEY POWER
Produced in association with Alberta Theatre Projects, Calgary

In 1933, four friends set out to prove to Canada that hockey isn’t just a sport for men. But with the Great Depression weighing heavily on the nation and political tensions rising in Europe, can they overcome the odds, and people’s expectations, to forge their own path to glory? Told through music and dance inspired by the jazz age, GLORY is an thrilling hockey story that proves a woman’s place is on home ice.

February 22 to March 3, 2018
Sagebrush Theatre
Summary of Performance Times
Monday to Thursday: 7:30pm
Friday & Saturday: 8:00pm
Saturday Matinees, February 24 & March 3*: 2:00pm (Pay-What-You-Can matinees*)

Dates to Note

PREVIEWS — Be a part of the creative process as you see the show as it’s still being fine-tuned.
Preview Thursday, February 22: 7:30pm
Preview Friday, February 23: 8:00pm

PAY-WHAT-YOU-CAN MATINEES — Pay-What-You-Can general admission tickets are available at the door an hour before show begins.

Saturday Matinees, February 24 & March 3: 2:00pm

OPENING NIGHT — Please join us for a post-show reception, catered by the Terra Restaurant, to meet the cast and crew and to say a special thank you to our sponsors.

Saturday, February 24th: 8:00pm

YAC WITH MAC PRE-SHOW CHAT — Before the show, join Artistic Director James MacDonald and a special guest for a fun and informative session on the play you are about to enjoy. The relaxed, informal environment will be accompanied by some refreshments, sponsored by Dominos Pizza.

Wednesday, February 28th: 6:30pm

TALK BACK WEDNESDAY: And after the show, please stay a while for an interactive talk-back session with the amazing cast of GLORY.

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WCT Presents: The Birds and The Bees

THE BIRDS AND THE BEES

By MARK CRAWFORD
Produced in association with Thousand Islands Playhouse, Gananoque

A sassy, sexy, modern comedy about beekeeping, turkey farming, and romance. By one of Canada’s funniest and hottest young playwrights, The Birds and The Bees is guaranteed to make you laugh out loud at its hilarious observations on family, being an adult, and finding true love at any age. Perfect for a date night – or for a night at the theatre with your grown children or parents. A playful romantic comedy to heat up our chilly winter nights!

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AUDIENCE GUIDANCE: Mature Content. Recommended age: 14+. See Audience Advisory for more information.

January 25 to February 3, 2018

Sagebrush Theatre

Summary of Performance Times

Monday to Thursday: 7:30pm
Friday & Saturday: 8:00pm
Saturday Matinees, January 27 & February 3*: 2:00pm (Pay-What-You-Can matinees*)


Dates to Note

PREVIEWS — Be a part of the creative process as you see the show as it’s still being fine-tuned.

Preview Thursday, January 25: 7:30pm
Preview Friday, January 26: 8:00pm

PAY-WHAT-YOU-CAN MATINEES — Pay-What-You-Can general admission tickets are available at the door an hour before show begins.

Saturday Matinees, January 27 & February 3: 2:00pm

 OPENING NIGHT — Please join us for a post-show reception, catered by the Terra Restaurant, to meet the cast and crew and to say a special thank you to our sponsors.

Saturday, January 27: 8:00pm

YAC WITH MAC PRE-SHOW CHAT — Before the show, join Artistic Director James MacDonald and a special guest for a fun and informative session on the play you are about to enjoy. The relaxed, informal environment will be accompanied by some refreshments, sponsored by Dominos Pizza.

Wednesday, January 31: 6:30pm

TALK BACK WEDNESDAY: And after the show, please stay a while for an interactive talk-back session with the amazing cast of THE BIRDS AND THE BEES.

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Strip off the Winter Blues  with The Birds and the Bees 

Western Canada Theatre turns up the comedic heat to blast off the

Christopher Allen, Nicola Lipman & John Jarvis in The Birds and the Bees. Photo credit: Stephen Wild

winter blues with The Birds and the Bees, playing January 25 to February 3 at Sagebrush Theatre.

The Birds and The Bees is a sassy, sexy, modern comedy about beekeeping, turkey farming, and romance. By one of Canada’s funniest and hottest young playwrights, Mark Crawford, it is guaranteed to make you laugh out loud at its hilarious observations on family, being an adult, and finding true love at any age.

Co-produced with Thousands Islands Playhouse, Gananoque, The Birds and the Bees was a great hit with critics and audiences alike when it played there in October. The audiences called it an “Evening of laughter” and “One of the funniest shows I’ve seen”. Continue reading Strip off the Winter Blues  with The Birds and the Bees 

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