May 23-25 – Peace River Zone Theatre Festival

May 23-25 @ 7:30pm
All Seats $10, 3 Night Pass $25 (pass not available online)

The Peace River Zone Theatre Festival returns to the stage welcoming theatre companies from around the Peace River Region the opportunity to compete and receive instruction in their craft from a professional in the industry. This year’s adjudicator is Sarah Rogers.

Sarah Rodgers (MFA Directing, BFA Acting) is an award-winning actress and director. Recent directing credits include Billy Bishop Goes to War for Theatre at UBC – which toured to the Arts Club and Saskatoon’s Persephone Theatre; A Christmas Carol for Pacific Theatre; and St. Joan for Chemainus Theatre Festival.

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Thursday, May 23, 2019 – North Peace Secondary School
The Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon
By Don Zalidis
A play in 2 Acts
Synopsis:
The fairy tales of the Brothers Grimm are turned on their heads in this fast paced story, as two narrators and several actors try to combine all 209 stories in a wild free form comedy with lots of audience participation.

Coffee Critique for The Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon will be in the Conference Room on Friday, May 24th @ 10:30am.  This critique is open to everyone interested in theatre. There is no charge to attend the coffee critique.

Friday, May 24, 2019 – Stage North Theatre Society
Between the Sheets
By Jodri Mand
A play in 1 Act
A gripping and raw confrontation between two women, one fighting to protect her family, the other fighting for the family she always wanted.
Adult content. 16+ recommended

Coffee Critique for Between the Sheets will be in the Dance Studio on Saturday, May 25th @ 10:30am.  This critique is open to everyone interested in theatre. There is no charge to attend the coffee critique.

May 25, 2019 – Bridge to Broadway
Annapurna
By Sharr White
A play in 1 Act
Emma unexpectedly descends upon Ulysses, a washed up poet/ cowboy. What follows is a gripping story of loss and love. This dramatic comedy unveils a murky past, and leaves us wondering what could have been.
This play contains some nudity and coarse language. 16+ recommended

Coffee Critique for Annapurna will be in the Conference Room on Sunday, May 26th @ 10:30am.  This critique is open to everyone interested in theatre. There is no charge to attend the coffee critique.