Current Season


Hauntings-Tales of The Supernatural


Victor Hugo, celebrated author of The Hunchback Of Notre Dame and Les Miserables is a celebrated author and haunted man. His eldest and favourite daughter, Léopoldine, only 19, drowned in the Seine- just three short days after her wedding; pulled down by her heavy skirts when a boat overturned. Her young husband also died trying to save her. The death left her father devastated; Hugo was travelling with his mistress at the time in the south of France when he first learns about his beloved Léopoldine's death from a newspaper he read in a café. With guilt on his conscience and heartbreak overwhelming his thoughts, Hugo becomes obsessed with contacting his daughter in the afterlife-through seance. Don't miss this compelling tale about what happens to Hugo in this supernatural quest to contact Léopoldine. What he finds is shocking and unforgettable and something you do not want to miss! Tickets for this limited run at The Black Box Theatre are available now from www.selectyourtickets.com

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AS THE SUN BURNS-The Murder Mystery


Date: October 21, 2017
Tickets Available: http://selectyourtickets.com
Venue: The Black Box Theatre
Join us for A Late Night Murder Mystery Night in our parody AS THE SUN BURNS Soap Opera. Comedy! Mystery! Bar! Door prizes for all who dress up film noir and come on down to this steamy epic annual event at the cool Black Box Theatre (located behind KCT).  Tickets available at www.selectyourtickets.com, ages 16+  

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Liberation Days


Date: Nov.8-10, 2017
Tickets Available: https://rotarycentreforthearts.com/event/liberation-days/all/
Venue: Rotary Centre For The Arts
After years of terror under the German occupation in WWII, The Netherlands are liberated by Canadian Forces. In the weeks that follow a Dutch woman and Canadian soldier fall in love and try to forge a new life together just as the community is coming to terms with what has been taken away. This powerful, unforgettable hit play by David van Belle and directed by Kendra Hesketh features powerhouse performances by Dana Murphy, Adam Weaver, Chantal Ethier, Bonnie Esson, Graham Daley, John Van Dyk and C.J. Wilkins. Get your tickets now for this limited run, Nov. 8-10 at The Mary Irwin Theatre. Tickets: $25 Adults, $20 Students, Seniors, Members, $15 Veterans  Purchase at www.rotarycentreforthearts.com, or call the Rotary Centre for the Arts box office at 250-717-5304

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