Entertaining the Shuswap since 1977!

  • Mary Poppins
  • Outlaw
  • The Odd Couple
  • Mary Poppins
  • The Herbal Bed
  • Pack of Lies
  • Mary Poppins
  • Little Shop of Horrors
  • Renovation: The Musical
  • Theatre on the Edge Festival
  • Welfarewell

Our Vision

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

New Season Unveiled Soon

New Season Unveiled Soon

The Board and Artistic Committee have decided on an exciting new season of plays for 2017-18. We need to secure the rights to our winter and spring shows before we can publicize them, but we can tell you that we will be opening our season with Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. We have been wanting to offer a Shakespeare play for a number of years now and we have secured the services of Elizabeth Hobbs of Edmonton, a professional director with plenty of Shakespeare experience to her credit (including playing Juliet herself.)

Romeo and Juliet runs from November 3 to 18. Stay tuned for more details.

Roots & Blues at Shuswap Theatre

Roots & Blues at Shuswap Theatre

As part of the lead up to the 25th annual Roots and Blues Festival, Shuswap Theatre is proud to host four musical acts on Thursday, August 17th, starting at 5:30 pm. 

5:30 pm–Tiger Moon

6:30 pm–Zal Sissokho

7:30 pm–Parkin, Scott & Browne

8:30 pm–Tim Koslo

More on the festival…

 

Theatre on the Edge 2017

Theatre on the Edge 2017

Our summer festival of bold and brave theatre was another big success this summer. Seven short productions over three days kept audiences laughing, crying and thinking. Thanks to our Edge Club entertainers who kept up the wonderful ambience between shows, and to our enthusiastic sponsors, Marionette Wines and the BC Arts Council. Thanks also to our food vendors, the BeTEAsed food truck and Wood Fired Pizza, not to mention the the myriad of volunteers who make the whole thing possible. 

But the biggest thank you of all goes to our esteemed Festival Producer, Jaci Metivier, who puts it all together, recruits the performers, finds the volunteers, publicizes the event and just makes it all happen. She is the heart and soul of Theatre on the Edge and we’re very grateful for what she does.