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  • Oct – Nov  2021
  • April 29–May 14, 2022

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

Love Letters

Love Letters

February 11-26

Directed by Kim MacMillan

This Pulitzer Prize nominated play is a tender, tragicomic, and nuanced examination of the shared memories, missed opportunities, and deep closeness of two lifelong, complicated friends. 

When Andrew Makepeace Ladd III accepts an invitation to Melissa Gardner’s birthday party, and Melissa writes a thank-you note in return, a romantic friendship and correspondence is born, destined to last for half a century. Both from affluent, East Coast families (Melissa has more money, but Andy has better parents) the friends communicate with each other through angst-ridden boarding school experiences, European adventures, failed marriages, and the ups and downs of career. Despite painful differences they remain each other’s most trusted confidante, and are “true lovers” on paper, if not on the earth.

David & Ken Comedy with Music!
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David & Ken Comedy with Music!

Postponed Indefinitely

The Gods are against us! Due to circumstances beyond our control, we have had to postpone the January 6 and 7 appearance of David and Ken, again. We expect to reschedule for later in the spring but with many unknowns, we will announce the new dates closer to the time. Ticket holders will receive a special email with instructions and options. 

Starting January 13th, refunds will be made automatically to all ticket holders who have not requested a different option (either a Gift Certificate or to make them a donation to Shuswap Theatre).  If you prefer one of these other options click here

Read more about the show…

Keeping Everyone Safe

Keeping Everyone Safe

As of December 22nd we find that  COVID restrictions are in a state of flux. At present we are selling tickets based on 50% capacity. However, we will observe whatever requirements are in place at the time of each performance. Currently:

  • Official proof of full immunization is required along with picture ID (How do I get my BC Vaccination Card?). We are required to scan every patron’s Proof of Vaccination.
  • Mandatory masks while in the building
  • No concession services (but you may bring a closed water bottle)

If buying tickets on line please note that the TixHub system does not warn you when we are nearing the limit of 75 seats, until you exceed it. If the system then tells you that no seats are available, that is the case, even though half the seats still appear green on the seating chart.

Change to

Change to "Pay What You Can"

For some time we have noticed that the attendance at “Pay What You Can Thursdays” has been falling. Even popular, sold-out shows have had numerous empty seats on Thursdays. We still want to make live theatre accessible to all, regardless of means.

Therefore, for the rest of this season we will be offering only one “Pay What You Can Thursday” for each mainstage production. It will be the first Thursday of the run.  For Love Letters, it will be February 17th