Entertaining the Shuswap since 1977!

  • Oct 29–Nov 13, 2021
  • January 6 & 7, 2022
  • April 29–May 14, 2022

Our Vision

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

The Coyotes' Christmas

The Coyotes' Christmas

By Peter Anderson

Directed by Howard deLong

December 10-19

When three hungry coyotes disguised as shepherds (in a futile effort to catch sheep) are told by an angel that “unto you is born this day the Lamb of God”, they set out to steal the lamb, not realizing it is the baby Jesus.

You may have seen this play at the Caravan Farm Theatre’s annual Christmas show and sleigh ride. Peter Anderson has written and acted in many of the Caravan’s most popular plays.

Adults $15, Kids (5-12) $7.

Please note:  The Dec 18th matinee is a Relaxed Performance. What is this?

The Coyotes’ Christmas is presented by special arrangement with the Playwrights Guild of Canada.

A Special, Relaxed Performance

A Special, Relaxed Performance

December 18 at 1:30 pm

Shuswap Theatre is pleased to present a relaxed performance  of The Coyotes’ Christmas. It is intended for those folk who would love to see live theatre but find the normal theatre environment difficult. There are certain modifications made to lighting, sound effects and audience movement. While anyone can come to a relaxed performance be aware that there will be more than the usual amount of sound, movement and possible verbal reactions to the performance. 

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Auditions for
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Auditions for "Love Letters"

December 12 and 13, 7:00 pm

Actors are invited to audition for our upcoming show, Love Letters. Director, Kim MacMillan, will need  one male and one female actor playing characters in their fifties.  This is an unusual show based on complete simplicity.  Actors will sit behind a desk or table and read their correspondence to each other, letters spanning a lifetime. 

The show runs from February 11 to 26. Proof of full vaccination will be required before auditioning.

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Give the Gift of Live Theatre

Give the Gift of Live Theatre

Looking for the perfect gift for that theatre loving person on your list? Give the gift of live theatre with a Shuswap Theatre Gift Certificate. You pick the amount and it can be used as partial or full payment for any Shuswap Theatre event which offers online ticket sales. Pick one up at our ticket agent,  Wild Craft Mercantile (121 Shuswap St NW) or click the button to buy online.  Read more…

David & Ken's Comedy with Music!
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David & Ken's Comedy with Music!

New Dates January 6 & 7, 2022

Due to the recent road closures, David and Ken have rescheduled to the above dates.  What do I do with the tickets I bought for November 18th or 19th?

David and Ken’s Comedy with Music!  is an audience fuelled, conversational comedy show with real stories, character driven improv scenes and hilarious, spontaneous songs with world class guitar playing. It’s a playful-absurdist-adventure from legendary Vancouver comedians David Milchard and Ken Lawson that will leave you feeling joyful and connected.
Who are David Milchard and Ken Lawson? After years of performing improvisational comedy at festivals, Vancouver TheatreSports, The Second City, and the international sensation the Comic Strippers, these two comics have strapped on their guitars and combined two of their greatest loves: Music and Improv Comedy. If you feel like you’ve seen these two before, you certainly have because they’ve been cast in hundreds of movies and television shows over the years including productions by Netflix, ABC, amazon, NBC, CW, Disney, and the Youtube sensation Convos with my 2yrold
It’s a 90 minute show loaded with good times! Tickets $25.

Keeping Everyone Safe

Keeping Everyone Safe

As of October 31 we are observing the following mandated health restrictions:

  • Official proof of double immunization along with picture ID (How do I get my BC Vaccination Card?
  • Mandatory masks while in the building
  • A limit of 75 patrons per performance (half capacity). 
  • No concession services (but you may bring a closed water bottle)