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The new date for the AGM has been decided! Please see below for the details:

Date: Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Time: 5:00pm

Location: Knights Of Pythias Hall (201 3rd Street)

We would love for everyone to make it! We truly appreciate all of the support for our Theatre Company.

**Refreshments and snacks will be served!**

Glee Club Registration - Now Open!
We are excited to announce our new session of Glee Club is starting September 27, 2016.  Details are:
Instructor: Gaila Hemphill
Price: $110 per child (+ $15 for music)
Dates: September 27-December 6, 2016
Time : 3:30pm-4:30pm
Ages: 8 years and older 
Location: Knights of Pythias Hall, 3rd Street West
Join us for singing, dancing and a whole lot of FUN!! We will learn new songs and learn new dances and make sure we have fun and make friends along the way! No experience necessary!!
Please contact us to register your child as places are limited. 

  • 5:40

A radio interview on Stoke FM promoting How I Became A Pirate with three of the cast. Check it out!

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Two of our cast from HOW I BECAME A PIRATE were interviewed on EZ Rock radio this week. Listen to that interview here:

Flying Arrow Productions is a professional Theatre company based in Revelstoke, BC.

our focus is education, with the aim to encourage a life-long love of the performance arts. 

come join us!  


This fall Flying Arrow Productions will launch a community theatre project.  The project will begin with theatre workshops across the Revelstoke community to explore the themes of the refugee crisis, immigration, resettlement and how a community welcomes newcomers. By sharing stories and reflecting on our past we will build a theatre performance to share with the wider community. This project will begin in September 2016, with a public community performance in the spring of 2017.  All community members of all ages, abilities and interests are welcome to participate for all or part of this free project.  No skills are necessary! Remember theatre requires more than just actors – we will need all skills from the entire community to create this work of art.