Stage North is the premiere theatre company of northeastern British Columbia. We are a registered non profit society and a member club of Theatre BC. We perform a wide range of dramatic arts including comedy, drama, and improv, and create at least 4 dramatic presentations each year.
Executive Director: Sue Popesku.
Three plays and a showcase will be featured in Fort St. John on the North Peace Cultural Centre stage when the Peace River Zone Theatre Festival opens its curtains on May 16. Local talent from Stage North, The Spectacular Chair Factory and NPSS drama students will be adjudicated by professional actor Stephen Drover of Vancouver. Audiences will have a chance to hear what he has to say about the shows and anyone can register for in his workshop on the “Many Faces of Shakespeare”.
Tickets are only $15 adults/$12 students are available online at tickets.npcc.bc.ca or at the NPCC box office 250-785-1992. Some shows contain coarse language and adult subject matter. All shows are at 7pm. Check out stagenorth.ca
Take Five- a comedy by Westley Pederson runs May 2, 3, 4 at the North Peace Cultural Centre in Fort St. John. A play is about the disastrous opening night of a play where the set is incomplete; one actor does not show up and a stagehand has to fill the role; a man from the audience uses the phone on stage to argue with his wife, and many more mishaps. Six Stage North actors with calculated pacing and timing make the situation absurd and ridiculously funny. All seats are now available for only $15 online at tickets.npcc.bc.ca or at the NPCC box office at 250-785-1992.
Tickets for Stage North's next two shows are on sale now!
Hockey Mom, Hockey Dad: April 26 - 28
Death and the Maiden: May 3 - 5
Both shows will take place at the North Peace Cultural Centre with all shows starting at 7:30pm. Call 250-785-1992 or visit www.npcc.bc.ca to reserve your tickets today!
For more information on these productions and our other events, visit our Facebook Page www.facebook.com/stagenorththeatre
Stage North is offering a Directing Workshop this Friday, April 13, at the North Peace Cultural Centre at 7:00pm with John Kirkpatrick. The workshop is free for Stage North members and only $5 for guests.
Opening at the NPCC February 17
Stage North’s The Good Game plays February 17, 18, 23 - 25 at the NPCC 7:30pm.
The show is a comedy about hockey. Tickets are available online at tickets.npcc.bc.ca or at the NPCC box office.
Roustabout’s Restaurant is offering 10% off every meal in February with the presentation of a pre-purchased ticket to The Good Game. Phone 250-785-6214 or visit http://www.facebook.com/StageNorthTheatre?ref=tn_tnmn for further information.