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December 5th - 29th, 2018

Robin Hood and the Skytrain of Doom (Panto)

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?

Matinees:
Sunday, 9th
Sunday, 16th
Saturday, 22nd (also evening)
Sunday, 23rd
Wednesday, 26th (also evening)
Saturday, 29th

All other dates are evening shows.

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Friday, January 4

Flamenco del Mar Presents: Fairy of the Night and Still


January 11, 2019

Rock It Boy Entertainment Presents: Eric Samuels The Mentalist

 

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.

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February 6 to 23, 2018

A Comedy Of Tenors

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.

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April 3rd to 20th, 2019

Present Laughter

Written by Noel Coward

Egocentric, but suave, stage actor Garry Essendine is a man that just can’t say ‘no’ to young debutantes. His affairs are starting to wear him down. As his ex-wife liz says, he is an eminent man advancing into middle age, with every sign of reluctance. But, unexpected guests and surprise confessions reveal that he is not the only person that cannot say no. A delicious, drawing room comedy by the master of twentieth century wit.

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White Rock Players' Club

More of the cast of Robin Hood and the Skytrain of Doom!

Kat Carlson
"Junior Chorus"
Hey I'm Kat this is my first year doing pantomimes. I am apart of the junior choir and I am not usually a very social person. I have loved theatre since I was very little, my family always loved theatre I am so happy to be apart of this performance. Thank you to my mom and dad who have put time into getting me here and taking me home, and thank you most of all to Rebecca. Wendy's mother when I couldn't get a ride she stepped up to the plate to help me get here. Last of all I hope everyone enjoys the show.
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And so after opening week of "Robin Hood and the Skytrain of Doom!", the cast finished up in the lobby and sang "Hey Jude". The performance is starting up again tonight and runs till the 29th December. So become a "Daytripper" and get your one way ticket on the fantastic panto, for all ages to enjoy. ... See MoreSee Less

More of the cast of Robin Hood and the Skytrain of Doom!

Sydney Wilhelm
“Junior Chorus”
Sydney is super excited to be in her first pantomime ever. She has made lots of new friends and loves getting to share the stage with her dad and her sisters.
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Sam Silver
“Maid Marion”
"It's weird not to be weird" - John Lennon.
Sam entered into the weird world of the playhouse with it's likewise characters and brilliant casts, last season. With a panoply of roles such as Karen the painfully optimistic daughter in August Osage County, Meg Snider the starry eyed girl next door in Leading Ladies, and the charming main man Pierre from last years Panto, The Hunchback of Notre Panto. She is now ready to take on her toughest role yet at the playhouse. The girly girl. She hopes to continue her quest of the weird and wonderful and bring them to life. Thank you to the cast and crew.
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Meet the cast of Robin Hood and the Skytrain of Doom!

Wendy Thomsen
“Junior Chorus”
This is Wendy's second pantomime but her first with the White Rock Players. What she lacks in experience she makes up with enthusiasm. She hopes you enjoy watching the show as much as she enjoys performing it for you.
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Our Box Office is closed for the month of August, but you can still buy Season Tickets on-line on our web site! Our first show is Harvey by Mary Chase. https://t.co/YNqjTdnG65

We won Best Non-Profit at the White Rock Sea Fest Parade! (and 3rd place for lighting!)
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Theatre BC is mourning the loss of Gordon Mantle, a long time member and champion for our organization and the Greater Vancouver Zone. Our deepest condolences to Gordie's family, friends and his extended community theatre family. https://t.co/H95JNsO2rd

It is a thing... now to deal with it. https://t.co/IcmMDsgr4I
Looking forward to our next show may help! AUGUST: OSAGE COUNTY -- previews April 11th & 12th (ONLY $10); Opening Night April 13th, with shows Wednesday through Saturday evenings at 7:30 with Sunday matinees@2:30

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