By Mary Chase
Elwood P. Dowd and his pal Harvey are creating quite a stir at his sister Veta’s weekly tea party as he introduces them to his friend Harvey, a six and a half foot tall Pooka. Veta and her daughter Myrtle Mae decide that Elwood needs to spend some time in a sanitarium, but that is easier said than done. Harvey is not all that he appears. This classic tale from 1944 has never been performed in our theatre and we couldn’t be happier to have Harvey in our building.Read More
Elves and Artists Avalon Fundraiser
Featuring Keynote Speaker: Carol Borghesi, Mentor to Forum for Women Entrepreneurs, Won Sales and Marketing Executive of the Year, and Canada’s Top Forty Under Forty.
Enjoy Musical talent from local musicians and Special Guest Mark Pepe, a member of the Vancouver Opera Chorus, and recently returned from concert appearances in Milan and Busseto, Italy with Operavision Academy.
All proceeds from this event go directly to the White Rock Avalon Women’s Centre. Providing support and services to women recovering from addiction. www.avalonrecoverysociety.orgRead More
Written and Directed by Dann Wilhelm
The day before Robin Hood is to marry Maid Marion, the evil Sheriff of Nottingham hatches a scheme that would level Sherwood Forest to make way for a new Skytrain expansion. Robin and his Merry Men, along with the minstrel-fairy Alana Dale, must stop the Sheriff’s plan. Will good triumph over evil? And how do The Beatles fit into all of this?Read More
Eric Samuels is The Mentalist. Using a deft combination of psychology, suggestion and stagecraft, Samuels goes where other people can’t: inside your mind. His shows have enthralled crowds right around the globe; engaging, energizing, and laugh-out-loud funny, they deliver on the “wow” factor as much as they entertain. Get ready for a highly interactive, fun, thought-provoking night that will have you thinking about what you’ve experienced for days. So, if you don’t believe that someone could actually read your thoughts, it’s time you experienced Samuels in performance. He will blow your mind.Read More
Written by Ken Ludwig
This sequel to Lend Me a Tenor finds familiar characters on tour in 1930s Paris. With four tenors, two wives, three girlfriends, and a soccer stadium filled with screaming fans, what could possibly go wrong? The stage is set for the concert of the century – as long as producer Henry Saunders can keep mercurial Italian opera superstar Tito Merelli and his hot-blooded wife, Maria, from causing runaway chaos. Prepare for an uproarious ride, full of mistaken identities, bedroom hijinks, and slamming doors.Read More