Entertaining the Shuswap since 1977!

  • Romeo and Juliet: Juliet and Her Father
  • Romeo and Juliet
  • Romeo and Juliet: Romeo and Friar Laurence
  • Romeo and Juliet: The Death of Tybalt
  • Romeo and Juliet: the Final Scene
  • Romeo and Juliet: Mercutio is Wounded
  • Romeo and Juliet: the Prologue
  • Romeo and Juliet: The Prince and his Servant
  • Romeo and Juliet:  The Montagues
  • Romeo and Juliet: Capulet's Ball

Our Vision

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

TotE 2017 Lineup

Theatre on the Edge 2017 is shaping up to be better and bolder than ever before, and that is saying something! We’re sticking with the winning combination of a one hour show followed by an hour of live music, featuring 7 different theatre shows with 14 performances over the weekend (each show performed twice). Between shows, while you chat and enjoy the entertainment in the outdoor Edge Club, you’ll be able to eat delicious food prepared by the Be TEAsed food truck and sip local craft beer and wine from the Marionette Winery. Theatre artists this year come from the Shuswap, Vancouver, Vernon and Kamloops with three fringe-tested shows on offer

 Single tickets are still $10. Three, Five and Seven-Packs of tickets available for the bargain prices of $25, $40 and $55. 

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The 2017 Lineup

Me, the Queen and a Coconut 

Andrew Bailey

He used to live and work in Windsor Castle. Now he tours solo shows. This is the true story of where things went wrong.

Andrew Bailey’s “hilarious and poignant” solo show chronicles his time living and working as a servant at St. George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle. Popular with teens, seniors, and those in between, Me, the Queen, and a Coconut has sold out nearly every performance it’s ever had, including those at the Montreal, Winnipeg, Edmonton, and Victoria Fringe Festivals.

Bailey has perfected the formula for funny… This guy is good.  –Monday Magazine

Smart and forcefully honest…It’s an hour well spent. –The Winnipeg Free Press

Bailey has long mixed comedy with serious subjects. His solo shows (including The Adversary, Limbo, and Putz) have won awards across the country. His comedic work with Victoria’s Atomic Vaudeville Cabaret has been acclaimed for over a decade and yielded the satiric monologue, Why Rape is Sincerely Hilarious, which has more than 2.2 million YouTube views and is featured on websites including Upworthy, Jezebel, and Vice. Bailey’s first novel, The Rite of James Biddle, is published by Bayeux Arts.

July 21, 3 pm

July 22, 7 pm




The Reunion Project

Ida and Old Baldy’s Seniors Theatre

Pinecrest Secondary School graduation class of 1967 is holding its 50th Class Reunion this June.  Some members of the class are excited to return; others are unsure; others simply refuse. As Jeannie and Beannie and Thunder Boy and Lyle look back over the past fifty years they realize that much about themselves has changed, but at the core, their experience of their high school days is still a part of who they are. Ida and Old Baldy’s Seniors’ Theatre invites you to come with us as we return…or not…to the halls of learning.

Ida and Old Baldy’s Seniors’ Theatre Project has been active in Salmon Arm and Blind Bay for over five years. Our goal is to promote healthy lifestyles for ourselves and fellow seniors through physical and intellectual activity and social interaction. Last spring, the project took a new direction with script-writing workshops with last year’s Theatre on the Edge production of The Essence of Me being the first creation of those incredibly active minds.

July 21, 5 pm

July 23, 1 pm



The Most Honest Man in the World 

Andrew Wade

A life-long love story about the pursuit of honesty over all happiness. Andrew Wade builds a working lie detector machine onstage and straps himself in. Using stories, music, apps, and tap shoes, Wade looks at old relationships and insecurities as he explores his personal obsession with honesty and tries to learn how to honestly let go.

A polygraph examination can only determine if the subject is being deceptive or if they honestly believe that what they are saying is true.”  – from ‘Use of Polygraph in Criminal Investigations’, Vancouver Police Department.

Andrew Wade is an award-winning actor and playwright from Richmond, BC. He is a graduate from the University of Victoria (BFA: Acting, BA: Writing) and the National Voice Intensive, was selected as one of Richmond’s ’30 under 30′ in 2013, and won ‘Pick of the Fringe’ at the Vancouver Fringe Festival in 2015 for his writing for TITUS!: The Light and Delightful Musical Comedy of Titus Andronicus.

July 21, 7 pm

July 22, 3 pm



Too Lazy to Write

An Hour of Improv Comedy

Monkey with a Button

Monkey around with us! Monkey With A Button is the Interior’s premier improv comedy group. We have been performing out of Vernon BC for 5 years and are excited to bring our unique brand of comedy to Salmon Arm! Prepare to laugh and shout as our improvisers perform scenes based on your suggestions! Don’t miss this chance to let your inner “Monkey” run wild. Who knows? You might even wind up on stage!

You never know what Monkey with a Button is going to do… and neither do we. Completely unscripted and based on audience suggestions, Monkey with a Button is an improvised show that has been packing venues across the interior. Combining short and long form improv into a show that reviewers have called “occurring” and “about an hour long”, Monkey with a Button is one of British Columbia’s premiere Improv Comedy groups.

July 21, 9 pm

July 22, 5 pm




The Supermarket

Salmon Arm Actors’ Studio

In a supermarket, cashiers run into problems over avocados, nuts, percentages, and points for frequent customers. Customers meet each other for lunch, friends encounter friends that have forgotten to return borrowed items, staff deals with tooth aches, a wrapper raps. This collection of short scenes will offer a funny (and familiar) look at a visit to your grocery store.

Long-time teacher and director James Bowlby began Salmon Arm Actors’ Studio in order to continue teaching theatre. With the rental of a room at the Downtown Activity Centre, and the support of Lana Caputi, the studio began. It has since grown into a dinner theatre company with five shows produced so far at a variety of venues in Salmon Arm. The Supermarket is the first show written and produced for Theatre on the Edge.

July 22, 11 am

July 23, 3 pm




Saucy Fops

As always, the Fops will present a series of short, comedic plays – lots of movement, music and lots of funny …

The Saucy Fops write, create and produce all of their own work.  They have toured across Canada with the Canadian Fringe Festival to much acclaim, earning themselves 3 different Best of Fest Awards. They are proud to call Kamloops, BC, their home base and have been doing productions there for 15 years.  The Fops performed in the first two Theatre on the Edge festivals and were a big hit both times. We’re looking forward to seeing what they come up with this year!

July 22, 1 pm

July 23, 7 pm



The F Words

Yvette Dudley-Neuman

Fierce, funny & fearless, follow Fran & friends on this fast-paced frolic. Experience Fran’s unrelenting compulsion to explore THE “F” WORDS from Fat, Forty, Forgotten & F*cked to F??? Receiver of an Honourable Mention at the Theatre BC Playwriting Competition, this multi-media solo show is “lively, tough, sexy, hilarious, relatable & transformational!”

Acting is Yvette’s passion! Selected credits include: Motive, Gracepoint, Once Upon a Time, Fringe, Taming Tammy, I am a Cat, Rat Race, Nun-sense, Autobahn, Dolores, and a three-year run in the box office smash hit Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding. Yvette toured internationally as a soloist with Up with People and has served as an Artistic Director and Managing Director. She has directed over twenty-five theatrical productions.

Yvette is also an avid writer, producer and singer. She produced, wrote and played the lead role in her own short film and two full-length stage plays.  Yvette was an Ensemble Cast Member and the Tour Producer for Seacoast Theatre Centre’s productions of Ten Lost Years, Love & Dreaming and Pioneer Years, which toured nationally. From 2012-2017 Yvette wrote, directed and produced an historical re-enactment program with the City of Surrey Museum and Archives.

This is a Canadian Actors’ Equity Association production under the Festival Policy.

July 22, 9 pm

July 23, 5 pm



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