This is our first project after more than 2 years of performance stand-still from COVID-19 lockdowns. We are so excited to be welcoming 62 local performers to the stage in a production bigger than any we've put on the stage before. A few features:
There are two matinees (2pm start) and six evening shows (7.30pm) and all events will be held in our new performance tent at Queen Elizabeth Park. We hope this outdoor venue will attract more audience members and create a festival atmosphere.
Get your tickets here!
A few notes:
-Running time is approximately 2.5 hours, with a twenty minute intermission.
-All audience members need a ticket, including children. Consider your own and other audience members' enjoyment when purchasing tickets for young children who may not be able to focus for the entire show.
-Gates open 45 minutes prior to show start time.
-You can select either blanket (BYO) or chair seating (supplied) on the booking page, however, on arrival to the venue your seating within those sections is first-come first-served. Seating is not elevated. The stage will be elevated to a height of 2 feet.
-There are no refunds on tickets.
-No dogs. No smoking. No glass.
The audience area is not undercover, so please dress for the weather. Consider bringing sun-hats, raincoats, cushions and blankets (it is Revelstoke after all!) Umbrellas are not allowed as they block other audience member's viewing.
Shows will continue rail, hail or shine. Only during extreme weather will a show be cancelled. If a show is cancelled (by Flying Arrow), ticket holders will have the choice between a refund (or to donate their ticket value to Flying Arrow) or to request a show date exchange.
Hello Flying Arrow friends!
This time of year you would ordinarily attend the CBT Community Initiatives meeting to vote for community projects that excite you. We have applied for funding to continue our important and engaging theatre programming. Please take a look and take a few minutes to give feedback on our proposal and "vote" for us! This funding request will see us mount another musical in the near(er) future and also help us train our amazing volunteers so they can learn more about producing high quality theatre. Thank you so much for supporting community and local theatre!
This two-day workshop will cover the basics of stage management, from preparing your prompt script, to how to run a rehearsal and call a show. This two-day crash course will set you up for a successful rehearsal, run and post-prep for any production! This is a hands‐on approach in learning the art of stage management for a live theatrical event. In this workshop, participants will be exposed to the fundamentals of organizing and implementing rehearsals, production meetings, technical rehearsals and calling the show. Suitable for beginners and those who are looking for a refresher on being a great SM.
Suitable for ages 14 years and over
October 5th and 6th, 2019, 9am - 3pm
Facilitator Breanne Harmon, from Green Thumb Theatre, Vancouver
Registration required, places are limited