February 15, 2022
Click on the image to the left to hear director, Kim MacMillan talk about Love Letters.
If you didn't catch the show this past weekend, there are 7 more performances, including Pay What You Can, this Thursday. (See below.)
Get your tickets now at Wild Craft Mercantile or click the button below. Read more on our website.
Although indoor seating events in BC can now return to full capacity, Shuswap Theatre will continue to sell only 50% of tickets and have two empty seats between each party in a row for the remainder of the run of Love Letters.

For the rest of this season, there will only be one PAY WHAT YOU CAN THURSDAY for each play.

For Love Letters, this will be February 17. No advance tickets, cash only at the door. Put in a toonie, a twenty or whatever you can afford.
Auditions for Our Spring Production
Auditions for The Gravitational Pull of Bernice Trimble will be held at the Theatre on February 27 and 28 at 7:00 pm. The show runs April 29 - May 14 and is our entry into the Okanagan Zone Drama Festival which takes place in Oliver May 23 - 28. Actors must be available for both runs of the play. Read about the play on our website.
Needed: 2 females aged 25 - 40

We are also looking for crew members. No previous experience necessary, just a desire to learn and to work as part of a team.

Assistant Stage Manager
Set Décor
Sound design/Operator

Contact director, Julia Body, if you are interested or have any questions, by email or phone 250-804-6767.

We were saddened to learn last week of the death of one of Shuswap Theatre's founding members, Jack Alouf. Jack, along with James Bowlby, organized the meeting in the old JL Jackson Drama room in 1977 that resulted in Shuswap Theatre. Jack and his wife Eileen moved away from Salmon Arm in the late 80s. James has written a tribute to Jack which you can read on our website.

Jack in Idiot's Delight, 1985
March 4 and 5
Ready for a good time? Then get your tickets for PUSH UP BAR.
An improviser, a visual artist, a dancer, a sketch comedian, a Shakespearean fool and a musician walk into a bar ... and Push Up Bar is the result - a collective creation conceived in crazy times.

This musically inclined sketch comedy defies description and is sure to leave you laughing, thinking and enjoying a night (or afternoon) on the town. Read more on our website.

Three performances - Friday March 4 @ 7:30, Saturday March 5 @ 1:30 & 7:30. Tickets at Wild Craft Mercantile or click the button.
We are looking for in-town billets for 4 of the PUSH UP BAR artists, two of whom have small dogs. If you are able to help in this area, please email Ann Skelhorne.