April 23, 2016 - 1:30 PM
KAMLOOPS - Western Canada Theatre, in association with Arts Club Theatre Company Vancouver and Thousand Islands Playhouse Gananoque, is proud to present the world premiere of In A Blue Moon, April 28 – May 7 at the Pavilion Theatre in Kamloops.
After her dad dies, 6-year-old Frankie and her mom move to an old cottage at Monte Lake for a new start. There they meet Frankie’s uncle, Will, a freelance photographer, and a tender love story unfolds over the years between the three as they begin to thread together a new understanding of family. A beautiful new play starring Kamloops’ Anita Wittenberg and her daughter Emma Tow.
WCT Artistic Director Daryl Cloran says, “We are so blessed to have the incredibly talented Wittenberg-Tow family living here in Kamloops. For me, this play is the perfect way to celebrate this incredible family and Anita’s dearly missed husband Jeremy Tow, WCT’s former Artistic Director. The world premiere of a touching new play by one of BC’s finest playwrights, a story set just down the road from us in Monte Lake, starring a cherished local family.”
For more information about A Blue Moon or to buy tickets go to the Western Canada Theatre website.
Featuring: Brett Christopher (Will), Emma Tow (Frankie), Anita Wittenberg (Ava)
Creative: Daryl Cloran (Director), Drew Facey (Set Designer), Marian Truscott (Costume Designer), Conor Moore (Lighting & Projection Designer), John Gzowski (Sound Designer), Emma Tow (Choreographer), Randi Edmundson (Assistant Director), Allison Spearin (Stage Manager), Madison Henry (Apprentice Stage Manager), Barbara Zimonick (Photographer)
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