Entertaining the Shuswap since 1977!

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Our Vision

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

Mary Poppins

Mary Poppins

Disney and Cameron MacIntosh’s

Mary Poppins

A musical based on the stories of P.L. Travers and the Walt disney Film. Original music and lyrics by Richard M. Sherman and Robert B. ShermanBook by Julian Fellowes. New songs and additional music by George Styles and Anthony Drewe. Co-created by Cameron Mackintosh.

Directed by Kim MacMillan, Musical Direction by Jean MacLennan, Choreography by Carolyn Wonacott and Raelynn Heppell.

The magical story of the world’s favorite nanny arriving on Cherry Tree Lane is coming to Shuswap Theatre with dazzling choreography, magical effects and unforgettable songs. Follow the trials of the troubled Banks family as they struggle to find each other again with the help of the “practically perfect” nanny, Mary Poppins, and her chimney sweep friend, Bert.

Mary Poppins is staged by arrangement with Music Theater International.

The New Season

The New Season

Another season of exciting theatre is upon us and our new season brochure is now out.

The season will open with a bang with the ever popular Mary Poppins, followed by a funny and poignant drama, Stereotype High, about the trials and tribulations of being a modern teenager. We will finish off the season at the other end of the age spectrum with After You, a Canadian memory play in which the past and present intermingle.  

Pick up a brochure at the theatre or at Intwined Fibre Arts.  Check out the lineup here.

Sansei: The Storyteller

Sansei: The Storyteller

September 30 at 7:30 pm

It may seem as though a light-hearted look at the Japanese Internment isn’t possible until you understand: “If the Japanese Internment of WWII didn’t happen, I wouldn’t be alive,” says Mark Ikeda.

Sansei: The Storyteller uses dance, theatre, and humour to tell the story of one of Canada’s darkest decisions and how the rampant racism of past generations affected the Japanese community today. Mark Ikeda investigates the social climates and hardships when the Ikeda family was labelled enemy aliens. The silver lining? If not for the internment, Mark Ikeda wouldn’t be alive to tell this story today…

Created and performed by Mark Kunji Ikea.

A show that wowed me was Sansei: The Storyteller. It was simply beautiful. No, Stunning. A great example of organic storytelling punctuated by movement… If you’re a fan of spoken word or storytelling, this is a must see.

– Amy Jo Espetveidt, Calgary is Awesome

Poster

This performance of Sensei: the Storyteller is made possible by a BC Multiculturalism Grant.

Improv Workshop

Improv Workshop

While he is here presenting Sensei: The Storyteller, Mark will be leading an Improv Workshop on Saturday, October 1. There is no cost to Shuswap Theatre members, $10 for nonmembers. It will take place at Shuswap Theatre from 10:00 am – 1:00 pm. To register or for more information, contact Nedine.