Our Summer Theatre Program Schedule 2019
Time Boom Productions
Oh Fudge, A Love Story
by Christine Hallick
A Love Story Murder! Mayhem! Unrequited love! All in
the middle of the depression in Gimli. In other words,
a comedy! The best show so far this season! Of
course it's also the first show of the season.
Closure by Ron Blicq
An elderly WWII RCAF pilot's life is sent into a different
sort of tailspin, when an Englishman, born at the end of the
war, appears - claiming to be his son. What follows is
a gripping drama of two families on opposite side of the
Atlantic struggling to come to terms in their different
ways, with the truth.
July 12-14 "Double Bill"
Evening of Classic Science Fiction
Act 1 -
Colony by Philip K Dick
A story from the legendary radio series X Minus 1. The
orbital survey said the planet was completely benign.
The landing was routine. Everything was going
according to plan. Until...
Act 2 - A Radio
Adaptation of War of the Worlds by H.G.Wells
It's been over 80 years since Orson Welles' infamous panic
broadcast. Interesting Theatre presents a modern
re-imagining by our director Tim Higgins.
Players Travelling Musical Theatre Company presents
Ring of Fire - A Johnny Cash
production chronicles the life of music legend Johnny Cash
told through over 30 of his most celebrate songs. It
was toured and sold out shows across the Interlake last fall
and we're thrilled to bring it to Gimli! With a full
live backing band behind 6 different vocalists, any fan of
the Man in Black is sure to enjoy this show.
August 9-11 "Double Bill"
by Mike Seccombe
interview collides with a botched bank robbery and warps its
way into a chaotic hostage situation in the manic comedy of
errors. From the creative minds that gave you "The
Last Night of the World" and "Hamlet - Back in Black"
THE BAND PLAYED ON
by Denis Thornton
In 1912, a ship
filled with emigrants in Third Class and high society folk
in First Class, left Queen's Island, Ireland and set sail
for America. In First Class, life on board was
pleasant and enjoyable. In Third Class, life was
spartan but the people weren't complaining, after all, they
would soon be in a new land of opportunity. No one
knew what terrible thing was about to happen, but when it
did, everyone on board whether rich or poor, found
themselves in great danger. In the end, what happened
became a story of courage and sacrifice.
Motherhood, Out Loud
Leslie Ayvazian, Brooke Berman, David Cale, Jessica
Goldberg, Beth Henley,
Lameece Issaq, Claire LaZebnik,
Lisa Loomer, Michelle Lowe, Marco Pennette,
Rebeck, Luanne Rice, Annie Weisman and Chery West
Anyone who is, has or knows a mother, stepmother, or foster
mother will relate to this hilarious yet touching comedy.
Packed with wisdom and laughter, this piece shatters
traditional notions about parenting and celebrates deeply
Seascape with Sharks and Dancer
by Don Nigro
An exploration of fear, love and what it means to be human.
A young man who lives in a remote beach bungalow has pulled
a lost young woman from the ocean. Soon she finds
herself entangled in his life and torn between he need to
come to rest somewhere and her certainty that all human
relationships eventually turn into nightmares.
August 30-September 1
Halfway There by Norm
Set in the small town of Stewiacke, NS, this relatable
comedy highlights the importance of friendships and home.
A handsome new doctor comes to town and shake things up for
the locals! Can he handle the small town lifestyle
where everyone know everyone else's business? With big
laughs and lots of heart, this play was written to pull you
in and leave you wanting more.
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