Archives for April 2013

The George C. Reifel Migratory Bird Sanctuary ~ One REAL FUN Place to Visit!

With Tuesday having sunshine & blue skies, Lucky & Sugar-toes decided to play hookey and head to the  George C. Reifel Migratory Bird Sanctuary in Delta, BC. We met some nice people from Abbotsford and Chilliwack feeding the birds. We saw all sorts of COOL birds, a Lucky Black Squirrel, 2 minks, flowers and a bus load of kids having fun with nature.

bird-tower — Helping Canadians Dream Big & Win BIG


At the Coast Capital Playhouse
1532 Johnston Road, White Rock
Tickets & Info: 604-536-7535

Theatre BC
Sunday, April 28 to Saturday, May 4, 2013
Festival Entries
Publicity Information
Box Office: 604-536-7535
Adjudicator: Fran Gebhard,
Department of Theatre, University of Victoria

Single Event (Adult, Senior and Student)   $17.00
Gala Night (Adult, Senior and Student)   $22.00
Production Pass (For anyone listed in the Program)  $35.00
includes Gala Night
Week Pass (Adult, Senior and Student)   $60.00
includes Gala Night
Student Pass       $35.00
includes Gala Night
Two-for-One       $17.00 for two people  voucher must be presented at the box office.
Does NOT include Gala Night.


Sunday, April 28 
Fools a comedy by Neil Simon
presented by White Rock Players Club
directed by Ryan Mooney
In a Nut Shell:  A schoolteacher finds love in a village of hopeless idiots.
Synopsis:  Leon Tolchinsky has landed a teaching job in the idyllic Russian hamlet. Terrified, he arrives to find people sweeping dust from the stoops back into their
houses and people milking upside down to get more cream The chronically stupid town becomes Leon’s curse which he instead of breaking he falls in love and begins to
succumbs to a brainless lifestyle of his own.

Monday, April 29
Public Washrooms
an original comedic piece by Jeff Hoffman
presented by Maniac Productions
directed by Jeff Hoffman
Synopsis:  A man and woman meet completely by accident in a public washroom of unclear gender. This embarrassing misunderstanding escalates into a humorous romp, and a redefinition of gender roles, identity, and life itself.

Monday, April 29
also Dating Sim an original dramatic piece by Karin Atkinson presented by Maniac Productions
directed by Karin Atkinson
Synopsis:  The object of affection in a computer dating simulation breaks her cyclical existence and becomes self aware.
Public Washrooms
WARNING: Some mild language and comic violence Dating Sim
WARNING: Mature subject matter, sexual content, partial nudity

Tuesday, April 30 
Thrill Me a musical by Stephen Dolginoff
presented by Fighting Chance Productions
directed by Ryan Mooney
Stephen Dolginoff‘s musical, “Thrill Me,” played off Broadway in 2003 and 2005. Dolginoff himself won an ASCAP award for “Thrill Me”, which has since been performed around the world. Through a series of flashbacks and musical numbers featuring Leopold and Loeb and a piano accompanist, this production tells the story of Nathan Leopold and Richard Loeb, wealthy, educated men, and the murder they committed in 1924 Chicago.

Wednesday, May 1 
Charley’s Aunt a classic comedy by Brandon Thomas
presented by Theatre in the Country
Directed by Reg Parks
Synopsis: Oxford undergraduates, Jack and Charley, invite their girlfriends to lunch, chaperoned by Charley’s wealthy aunt who in reality is their friend. All goes well until the real aunt shows up, resulting in hilarious confusion for all.


Thursday, May 2 
Sorry, Wrong Number a radio mystery play
by Lucille Fletcher
presented by DSR Productions
directed by Mark Carter
Synopsis: Sorry Wrong Number comes from a classic radio series called Suspense, that was broadcast during the 1940s and 50s. Sorry, Wrong Number, its single most popular episode, was about a bedridden woman who panics after overhearing a murder plot on a crossed telephone connection but is unable to persuade anyone to investigate. It was first broadcast on May 25, 1943, and was restaged seven times, the last on February 14, 1960 — each time with the legendary Agnes Moorehead. DSR Productions provides this classic piece of entertainment.

Friday, May 3 
For the Pleasure of Seeing Her Again
a comedy by Michel Tremblay
presented by Vagabond Players
directed by Corina Akeson
Synopsis: This is Canadian playwright Michel Trembley’s funny, nostalgic work centered on memories of his mother’s irreverent tales of family and friends. He shows us how the mother’s vision shapes her son, not so much driving him into a world of words and theatre as opening it up to him in ways even she can’t really comprehend. The young son is not only accustomed to her histrionics, but amused and entertained by them as well.

Saturday, May 4 
Gala Night and Awards Ceremony
Entertainment provided by Fighting Chance Productions
and The Comedy Company
Emcee: Mike Busswood
Adjudicator:  Fran Gebhard
Gala Buffet to Follow the Entertainment and Awards