We perform in The Tsawwassen Arts Centre in a Bistro Style seating! You can come out and watch the play while sipping on a glass of wine or drinking another beverage and nibbling on snacks available at our concession stand for your enjoyment.
We have a great season...AGAIN! All about "families"!!!
Bordertown Cafeby Kelly Repar and directed by Bernice Fehr takes place in rural Alberta in a small bordertown cafe. A comedy that is full of family dynamics in three generations.
The Beauty Queen of Leenane by Martin McDonagh and directed by Carroll Lefebvre. As the title indicates, The Beauty Queen of Leenane is set in Leenane, in Western Ireland. The play centers around Maureen, an unmarried woman in her early 40s, as she cares for her ailing mother, Mag. The two share a turbulent and unhealthy relationship. Mag taunts and insults her daughter, and Maureen blames her mother for her unhappiness that all ends up with a twist at the end.
Drinking Alone by Norm Foster and directed by Todd-Elliot Gates. Joe Todd hires Renee Duchene to pose as his fiancee so that he can impress his father in this romantic comedy set in the midst of a dysfunctional family reunion.
Marion Bridge by Daniel MacIvor and directed by Brad Williams.
Set in the kitchen of a family home in Nova Scotia, the family history is tracked in terms of the response of three daughters to their dying mother, who has made a deliberate choice to die on her own terms, leaving her daughters to assess the terms on which they are currently living. The eldest sister, Agnes MacKeigan, is an alcoholic, under-employed actress, who has reluctantly returned home. The middle sister, Theresa, is a nun, who has assumed the responsibility of caring for her mother and her younger sister, Louise, who is perceived as "strange" - a social misfit.