Kelowna Actors Studio announces its 2015-16 season

Flying cars, flying nannies, a global blockbuster and more for Kelowna Actors Studio.

  • Feb. 13, 2015 6:00 p.m.

Kelowna Actors Studio announces its 13th season of theatrical entertainment.

Jesus Christ Superstar—Oct 14 – 31

Chitty Chitty Bang Bang—December 2 – 20

All Shook Up—February 10 – 27, 2016

Jekyll & Hyde – The Musical—April 6 – 23

Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?—May 25 – June 11

Mary Poppins—July 28 – August 6, presented at the Kelowna Community Theatre

Take note that Mary Poppins will be presented at the Kelowna Community Theatre. KAS artistic managing director Randy Leslie said, aside from the growth of the local theatre company’s summer audiences, a larger space will be needed in order to make Mary “fly.”

On another note, it is a year of celebration for the Kelowna Actors Studio Academy Foundation. Collaborating with the South Interior Distance Education School, KAS have created a full-time Performing Arts School beginning this September.

Schooling will be for Grades 10, 11 and 12, with graduates achieving their B.C. Certificate of Graduation.

“It’s a dream realized for our theatre family after more than five years of planning and hard work by our board of directors and staff,” Leslie said. “It’s only through challenging ourselves that we truly continue to learn and achieve our dreams.”

For ticket information, click Kelowna Actors Studio to visit the website.

 

Get local stories you won't find anywhere else right to your inbox.
Sign up here

Just Posted

Lake Country resident looks back at 50 year career with BC Tree Fruits

Elaine Roseen’s starting wage with the company in 1969 was $1.50

UBCO cappella group Beats set to perform in Lake Country

Group will be performing at Creekside Theatre on Friday, March 13 at 7 p.m.

Campaign promotes Syilx/Okanagan language and culture

To support initiative, Nsylixcen t-shirts and water bottles are being distributed across Okanagan

Casinos butt heads over table games at Kelowna council meeting

Chances will soon offer table games, despite opposition from Playtime Casino

Morning Start: Abraham Lincoln’s dog was also assassinated

Your morning start for Thursday, February 27, 2020

Penticton man arrested, charged for local drug trafficking operation

41-year-old Ryan Chaffey of Penticton was arrested at a suite on the 1000 block of Westminster Ave.

Penticton RCMP seeking suspect of vandalism to Chinese place of gathering

RCMP are investigating a reported incidence of vandalism after an alleged racially-motivated attack

Penticton bylaw officers tear down homeless man’s camp

Bylaw had “serious” safety and fire concerns about the dwelling in the Skaha Lake parking lot.

Pedestrian struck by vehicle in Vernon

Patient was taken to Vernon Jubilee Hospital around 8:30 a.m. Thursday

UPDATE: Boy, 5, will donate organs after crash that killed father, son on B.C. highway

Mike Cochlin and sons Liam and Quinn were travelling on Highway 5A

Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs to meet today with federal and B.C. governments

Nationwide rail and road blockades have been popping up for weeks

Shuswap boy wins stick from hockey hero with rock, paper, scissors

Chase’s Payton Koch’s exchange with Minnesota Wild’s Kevin Fiala caught on camera

Chinatowns across Canada report drop in business due to new coronavirus fears

Around the world, about 81,000 people have become ill with the virus

Most Read