Live theatre

Williams Lake Studio Theatre actors rehearse Age of Arousal this month, and is casting for a May production in early December. (WLSTS photo)

Williams Lake Studio Theatre Society puts out call for auditions for May production

Wait Until Dark will need eight actors to fill roles of six men, one woman, one youth

 

Megan Monds, left, plays Cheryl and Keegan Follack plays Betty in the Williams Lake Studio Theatre production of Buying the Moose which opens Nov. 9, 2022. (Ruth Lloyd photo - Williams Lake Tribune)

Williams Lake Studio Theatre play Buying the Moose brings light and laughter

A lighthearted comedy set to bring some joy to audiences through November

 

Surplus furniture and props will be available for purchase at the Williams Lake Studio Theatre Society yard sale Sept. 24. (Photo submitted)

Coming events in Williams Lake

A few things happening in and around the lakecity

 

The cast and crew of Williams Lake Studio Theatre Society’s production of A Number. Shane Tollefson, in back from left, sound, Jeff Rankin, lights, Kate Bertenshaw, hair and makeup, Kathleen MacDonald, director, Neal Matoga, stage manager, Jessica Hill, producer, Alison Turnbull, hair and makeup. Actors Chris Armstrong in front from left, and Matt Tyne. (Brooke-Lynne Hill photo)
The cast and crew of Williams Lake Studio Theatre Society’s production of A Number. Shane Tollefson, in back from left, sound, Jeff Rankin, lights, Kate Bertenshaw, hair and makeup, Kathleen MacDonald, director, Neal Matoga, stage manager, Jessica Hill, producer, Alison Turnbull, hair and makeup. Actors Chris Armstrong in front from left, and Matt Tyne. (Brooke-Lynne Hill photo)
Matt Tyne, left, and Chris Armstrong star in A Number, opening April 13, 2022 at the WL Theatre Society. (Ruth Lloyd photo - Williams Lake Tribune)

A tasty finish to the Williams Lake Studio Theatre Society 2021-22 season

A Number opens on April 13 and serves up a fantastic night out for theatre fans

Matt Tyne, left, and Chris Armstrong star in A Number, opening April 13, 2022 at the WL Theatre Society. (Ruth Lloyd photo - Williams Lake Tribune)
The Williams Lake Studio Theatre hosted an outdoor theatre event during the pandemic at the UBC Alex Fraser Research Forest on Fox Mountain. (Saraphine Carpenter Macfarlane photo - Williams Lake Tribune)

Williams Lake Studio Theatre Society wraps season, spotlights next

Season will finish with a one-act play while next season shapes up

The Williams Lake Studio Theatre hosted an outdoor theatre event during the pandemic at the UBC Alex Fraser Research Forest on Fox Mountain. (Saraphine Carpenter Macfarlane photo - Williams Lake Tribune)
Williams Lake Studio Theatre Society is hosting an outdoor theatre event Aug. 5 - 8 at the UBC Alex Fraser Research Forest on Fox Mountain. (Saraphine Carpenter Macfarlane photo - Williams Lake Tribune)

The Williams Lake Studio Theatre’s outdoor theatre event takes to the stage Aug. 5-8

Three short plays, three separate stages at the UBC Alex Fraser Research Forest on Fox Mountain

Williams Lake Studio Theatre Society is hosting an outdoor theatre event Aug. 5 - 8 at the UBC Alex Fraser Research Forest on Fox Mountain. (Saraphine Carpenter Macfarlane photo - Williams Lake Tribune)
Live concerts could return to venues such as Blue Frog Studios in White Rock by year’s end - provided immunizations make a diference and COVID variants are held in check - according to a recent round table including provincial health officer Dr Bonnie Henry and reprsentatives of performing arts groups. (Submitted photo)

B.C. performing arts groups could see gradual return of live events

Round table between Dr. Bonnie Henry and arts groups gives rise to cautious optimism

Live concerts could return to venues such as Blue Frog Studios in White Rock by year’s end - provided immunizations make a diference and COVID variants are held in check - according to a recent round table including provincial health officer Dr Bonnie Henry and reprsentatives of performing arts groups. (Submitted photo)
Actors and directors of The Studio Theatre’s upcoming radio play version of A Christmas Carol rehearse over zoom. (Tara Sprickerhoff photo)
Actors and directors of The Studio Theatre’s upcoming radio play version of A Christmas Carol rehearse over zoom. (Tara Sprickerhoff photo)
Theatre BC president Peter Wienold, of Port Alberni, officially opens Mainstage Festival 2019. The festival, which features eight of the best plays in B.C. in eight days, has been cancelled for 2020. SUSAN QUINN PHOTO

Theatre BC cancels festivals in response to COVID-19

‘Provincials’ of community theatre set to take place on Vancouver Island in July 2020

Theatre BC president Peter Wienold, of Port Alberni, officially opens Mainstage Festival 2019. The festival, which features eight of the best plays in B.C. in eight days, has been cancelled for 2020. SUSAN QUINN PHOTO
Becky Strickland and Chris Armstrong audition together for a Body of Water. (Patrick Davies photo - Williams Lake Tribune)

PHOTOS: Williams Lake actors show off their skills at auditions

Body of Water and A Number will be the final plays in the Williams Lake Studio Theatre’s season

Becky Strickland and Chris Armstrong audition together for a Body of Water. (Patrick Davies photo - Williams Lake Tribune)