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

2020-21 A Season Like No Other

Well, folks, we have a new season planned for 2020-21. But due to COVID 19 it won’t look much like any other season. We are compelled to keep doing theatre, so we’re determined to do what we can. As you might expect, this plan could change as circumstances change.

We will have live performances with physically distanced audiences and will be experimenting with different media and different venues to bring you theatrical events throughout the fall, winter and spring. 

Walk-About Theatre A collection of five short plays performed simultaneously on five outdoor stages. Ten physically distanced patrons will watch each performance, then move to the next stage to see all of them.  August 28 & 29
6:00 pm
Outside Mullingar
By John Patrick Shanley 
Directed by Kim MacMillan

A rehearsed public reading recorded in the theatre on video in front of a small, invited audience. Offered online with a talk back session afterward using Zoom. October 16
7:00 pm
Available for viewing for 24 hours
Halloween Readers’ Theatre
Directed by Gloria Cox & Julia Body
Teen performance live in the theatre then broadcast online and/or on Voice of the Shuswap. October 30 & 31

Dead Men Don’t Do Radio Plays
A radio play
Directed by Julia Body

Recorded in front of a live audience at the theatre, then broadcast online and/or on Voice of the Shuswap radio.

November 13 & 14
Theatre Trivia Night Shuswap Theatre members only.  Online theatre fun, likely using Zoom. November 20
Christmas Drive-By Theatre A 20-30 minute Christmas show with carolling performed on a movable stage. Individuals and organizations can book the show to come to them. December 18–20

Love Letters
by A. R. Gurney
Directed by Kim MacMillan

A full length, Pulitzer Prize winning play about two life-long friends whose genuine love relationship is captured in the letters they write to each other over the years. Recorded on video in front of a live audience and broadcast online. A great show for Valentine’s Day. February 12–14
A Radio Play (Title to be determined – possibly a western) April 29–May 1
Five Minute Play Festival Produced by Gloria Cox June 4 – 6