WCT: The New Canadian Curling Club
- Dates: January 23, 2020 - February 1, 2020
- Recurrence: Recurring daily
- Location: Sagebrush Theatre
- Address: 1300 9th Ave, Kamloops, BC
DRACULA: THE BLOODY TRUTH
Oct 10 to 19, 2019 - Sagebrush Theatre
Professor Abraham Van Helsing leaps off the pages of Dracula to set the record straight and bring to light the 'truth' of the legendary vampire and his terrifying story. With the rambunctious assistance of 3 eccentric actors playing multiple characters, Van Helsing takes the audience on a breakneck theatrical journey from the spooky Transylvanian mountains to the romantic English coast. A rollicking farce for families and vampire lovers alike.
THE SOUND OF MUSIC
Nov 28 to Dec 10, 2019 - Sagebrush Theatre
Continue a WCT family holiday tradition with the beloved story of the high-spirited Maria and the exuberant von Trapp family singers. The most popular musical in history overflows with such memorable songs as "My Favorite Things", “Do-Re-Mi”, and "Climb Ev’ry Mountain". In the lush Austrian Alps in the shadow of the Second World War, the hills are alive with this thrilling and inspiring story of love, the joy of family – and a daring bid for freedom.
THE NEW CANADIAN CURLING CLUB
Jan 23 to Feb 1, 2020 - Sagebrush Theatre
A show that is sure to rock the house. Comedy abounds when 4 new(ish) Canadians sign up to learn “a bunch of foolishness that’s not even a real sport”. But when the team organizer breaks her hip, the rink’s cantankerous ice-maker is forced to step in as head coach. Trouble is, he has some strong opinions about immigrants… Will this group of unlikely athletes—facing off against prejudice, pulled groins, and slippery ice—become a true team in time to face high-pressure competition for the coveted Highlander Cup?
Feb 20 to 29, 2020 - Sagebrush Theatre
A World Premiere Dramedy. 1952: In the key moments before Elizabeth becomes queen, Mercy, a Kenyan independence activist, is offered an exorbitant fee to cook for the visiting princess, who turns out to have a few surprises of her own. 2015: Brexit, politics, and the making of a TV series about the royals cause more than a few culture clashes for a young Kenyan-Canadian production intern.
Mar 12 to 21, 2020 - Pavilion Theatre
In 1950’s small-town Saskatchewan, nine-year-old half-Chinese, half-Cree Yvette Wong struggles to find her place in a narrow-minded community, until an unexpected ally helps set her on a path that’s destined for greatness. Inspired by the life of Chinese-Canadian/Cree Senator Lillian Eva Quan Dyck.
Café Daughter tells an uplifting story of finding yourself and defining your place in the world against all odds.
CHELSEA HOTEL: THE SONGS OF LEONARD COHEN
Mar 26 to Apr 4, 2020 - Sagebrush Theatre
Leonard Cohen’s powerful and inspirational music is the heartbeat of the nationally acclaimed Chelsea Hotel. Haunted by memories of his tumultuous love life, a writer checks into New York’s infamous Chelsea Hotel, desperate to find the words and inspiration for his next song. An enchanting, eclectic cabaret of love won, lost, and found again told through Cohen’s transcendent music and lyrics.
Sexy, mysterious and daring, Chelsea Hotel is the perfect evening for a date, with Leonard or another.
Based on Globe and Mail journalist Ian Brown's candid and moving memoir of raising his son Walker, The Boy in the Moon captures the journey of a couple raising a child with profound disabilities caused by a rare genetic disorder. Told with directness, innovative staging, and stunning emotional honesty. An unforgettable experience for any parent and for anyone who appreciates a story of triumph through adversity.
EVERY BRILLIANT THING
Apr 30 to May 9, 2020 - Pavilion Theatre
(1) Ice cream, (2) rollercoasters, (3) the smell of old books – as a mother battles chronic depression, a child creates a list of everything that makes life worth living. As time passes and the list grows, what began as a simple attempt to deal with childhood sadness becomes an epic and heart-warming chronicle of life's joys, both big and small. Staged in an in-the-round setting, this touching, funny, and intimate solo piece charts the lengths we will go for those we love.