Entertaining the Shuswap since 1977!

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  • Odd Jobs         Nov 2 - 17
  • Trying         Feb 22 - March 9
  • Lend Me a Tenor       April 26 - May 11
  • Seniors Theatre

Our Vision

To enrich the lives of community members through diverse and inspiring live entertainment and opportunities for creative dramatic experience.


By Joanna McLelland Glass
Directed by Kim MacMillan

February 22 – March 9

Judge Francis Biddle is a crusty octogenarian in very poor health who was Attorney General under Franklin Roosevelt. He believes himself to be in his last year of life and he just can’t seem to find the right person to assist him in organizing the papers and experiences of a brilliant career. Many have tried, but none have yet managed to survive his intimidating manner.

Then Sarah Schorr, a 25 year old, plain-spoken girl from Saskatchewan, arrives at his office. Has Mrs. Biddle finally found someone with the spine to survive this cantankerous curmudgeon? Set in Georgetown, Washington, DC, in November 1967, Trying is based on playwright Joanna McClelland Glass’ experience working for Judge Biddle. It is a beautifully written, ultimately heart-warming story of a growing relationship with understanding, mutual respect and perhaps even love.

Performances: Feb 22-24, Feb 28-Mar 3, Mar 7-9. Evening shows 7:30, Sundays 1:30. No reserved seats for “Pay What You Can Thursdays – cash only at the door.

Rehearsal photos

Presented by special arrangement with Samuel French Inc.



Berlin Waltz Returns

Berlin Waltz Returns

March 16 – One Day Only

Devon More is back with her hit performance of Berlin Waltz just a few months after her sold out performance of Flute Loops. A young woman on her bicycle retraces the 100-mile route of the Berlin Wall, relives the History of its Rise and Fall, and confronts the subsequent Impact of the victorious West on Berlin’s rapidly changing, living & breathing cityscape. Piece-by-piece, Devon More assembles her Wall of Sound onstage using an electronic loop pedal to live-mix her strange arrangement of musical instruments – including flute, electric guitar, and glockenspiel. A crowd favourite at the 2016 Theatre on the Edge Festival and a subsequent hit across the country. 

Berlin Waltz is a masterful blend of musical storytelling that left echoes in my head and heart for hours!  [Plank Magazine]

Best Loved Little Festival Back for Fifth Year

Best Loved Little Festival Back for Fifth Year

Yes, the much loved little festival is back for a fifth season of bold and brave theatre July 19–21. We are delighted to welcome Scott Crocker, known to many from his long association with the Caravan Farm Theatre, as the Coordinator/Producer for this year’s festival.

  • Seven performances in three days (each one performs twice)
  • Each 60 minutes or less
  • Affordable with deep package discounts
  • Relax between shows with food, drink and free live music at the Edge Club on the patio.
  • Laugh, cry, ponder and wonder

Applications from performing artists are now being received, deadline March 1st.  Details…