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

Registration Now Open: Youth Summer Musical Theatre

Registration Now Open: Youth Summer Musical Theatre

Shuswap Theatre’s is proud to offer a Youth Summer Musical Theatre Program in July! This exciting three-week program is open to Youth ages 8 – 18.

We have a topnotch set of professional instructors: Lynette Lightfoot, Michelle Atkins, and Kelly Coubrough.

What is it?  A 3 week summer musical theatre camp for youth culminating in a Fully-Staged production of “Getting to Know: Once Upon a Mattress” by Dean Fuller, Jay Thompson, Marshall Barer & Mary Rodgers.

Daily instruction in all aspects of Musical Theatre: Singing, Dancing/Choreography, Acting, Sets and Costumes

Ages 8 – 18 – Limited registrations: We can only accept ten JUNIORS (8-12) and ten SENIORS (13-18) – No Audition Required. The program is more than half full so don’t delay.

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TotE Fest Online FREE: July 16 - 18

TotE Fest Online FREE: July 16 - 18

TotE Fest is a playground for performers of all genres to experiment with the works they love and have them connected to supportive audiences hungry for new and exciting theatre.

Covid or no COVID, TotE remains committed to connecting audiences with artists, so we’re going virtual! With your participation, we will present Seven mainstage video performances, Three live online conversations between artists and audiences (bring your beverage to the after-party), and Seven short film pieces during the TotE Fest weekend (July 16-18) completely free to the public.

TotE Fest has grown so large that it has moved into its own website!

www.totefestival.com

SASCU Comes Through Again

SASCU Comes Through Again

A big thank you to the SASCU credit union for their recent grant of $9,000 to help pay for Phase Two of our new heating/cooling system. 

And of course, a big thank you to our other long time sponsor, Proair Heating and Cooling for donating the lion’s share of the project (and doing all the work).