Winter Quarter 2015
by Neil LaBute
February 12-14 at 7:30 pm
Sunday, February 15 at 2:00 pm
Tickets are $10 for adults and $8 for students and seniors
RATED R: For adult language and situations.
A dark comedy, directed by Stephanie Fanning..
Tom is just your average guy with a string of short, uncommitted relationships with women he doesn’t share a lot in common, but a chance lunchtime meeting seems like it might change all that for him. Helen is smart and funny, has the same taste in movies as Tom, and seems to really “get” him in a way that no other woman has been able to. Helen is the perfect woman for him, except for one thing…she’s plus-sized. Tom and Helen continue to date, and their relationship only seems to grow and deepen. Helen begins to feel uncomfortable that she hasn’t met any of Tom’s friends, and so he promises to bring her to their company 4th of July BBQ . When that day finally comes, their relationship, and Tom’s integrity, are put to their biggest test yet.
COMING SUMMER 2015
SUDS - the rocking 60's musical soap opera
Dinner theatre under the stars, yes the outdoor show is back!
Performances are scheduled for the end of June
Feb 24 and 25 at
7:00 pm, CBC Theatre
Parts for 3 females and 1 male
Come with 60-90 seconds of a song from a musical.
Set in the "Fluff and Fold Laundromat," Suds - The Rocking 60's Musical Soap Opera, is the story of laundromat manager Cindy and her event-filled birthday. Cindy's sweet disposition quickly sours on the morning of her birthday when her pen pal boyfriend breaks up with her, and her cat dies. Her resulting attempts to take her own life (death by washing machine) are thwarted by the arrival of not one but two guardian angels. Though guardian angels DeeDee and Marge are united in their goal to save Cindy and help her find true love, they are as different as night and day. DeeDee is perpetually sunny and perky, while Marge is sassy and brusque. Their styles clash with humorous results. Throughout the day, other visitors to the laundromat (all played by one male actor) provide twists and turns along the way to the inevitable happy ending to this tale.
Using over fifty well known, chart-topping hit songs from the 1960s, such as Where the Boys Are (Connie Francis), These Boots Are Made For Walkin' (Nancy Sinatra), Respect"(Aretha Franklin), I Feel Good (James Brown) and Do You Want to Know a Secret (The Beatles), Suds can rightfully be called a jukebox musical akin to The Marvelous Wonderettes. Both capitalize on nostalgia and the popular tunes from a specific era released as successful singles. They both also have clear characters with conflicts and plot development, however lightly the subject matter is handled.
Fri., March 6 at 7:00 pm - Gjerde Center (HUB)
Sat., March 7 at 12:00 pm – CBC Theatre
Callbacks: Sun, March 8 at 1:00 pm
Performance dates: July 29-Aug 1, Aug 5-8
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