The Foreigner

Posted by admin 02 Apr 2014 Comments Off
The Foreigner

CCT is proud to present Larry Shue’s “The Foreigner” at the Studio/Stage Door April 3-5, 9-12, 16-19th. Director David Stock brings back this classic comedy to the Stage Door theatre 25 years after he directed for CCT! Show time is 7:30! Tickets are available at Lotus Books or at the door.
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A busy 2014

Posted by admin 23 Feb 2014 Comments Off

We’ve been so busy at CCT that we’ve been remiss at keeping our website up to date. So, here’s what we’ve been up to since our last post. In January/February CCT presented two One-Acts “The Exquisite Hour” & “Next”.  Currently, CCT is gearing up to present it’s next show “The Foreigner” by Larry Shue and directed by David Stock. David directed this show for CCT over 20 years ago, and is excited about bringing a few modern twists to the story of a meek science-fiction magazine proof reader, who finds himself in a back woods fishing lodge in Georgia.

Make sure to like CCT on Face Book and follow us on Twitter @CBKtheatre.

 

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“Visiting Mr. Green”

Posted by admin 02 Nov 2013 Comments Off

CCT is proud to open it’s 2013/14 season with”Visiting Mr. Green” by Jeff Barron and directed by Tanya Laing Gahr. The show opens on Friday, Nov 29th and runs till Saturday, Dec 14th at the Stage Door Theatre. Show time is 8:00 pm (MT). Tickets are available at the door or at Lotus Books in Cranbrook. Tickets prices: $13 for CCT members. $15 for non members.

Thanks Bud!

Posted by admin 18 Sep 2013 Comments Off

After 50 years on the board of directors for Cranbrook Community Theatre, Bud Abbott has resigned. Bud attended his last board meeting, CCT’s Annual General Meeting, on Tuesday, September 17th. Bud was presented with keys to Studio/Stage Door in honour of his many years of services.

In 1973, Bud and Cornel Sawchuck spearheaded the movement to save the Masonic Temple (now known as the Studio/Stage Door) from the wrecking ball. The City of Cranbrook turned the building over to the Community Theatre who has since acted as stewards of the building.

CCTalk with Candice Fiorentino

Posted by admin 12 Sep 2013 Comments Off

Cranbrook Community Theatre is proud to present a CCTalk with actor Candice Fiorentino. Come out to this FREE event on Sunday, September 22nd at 5:00 at the Stage Door Theatre on 11th Ave. Candice will be talking about her one-woman show “Anatolia Speaks”, her experiences as a working actor, and her journey from Cranbrook to the theatre world.

“Anatolia Speaks” runs at the Stage Door Theatre Sept 20-22nd. Special thanks to Poiema Productions www.poiemaproductions.com

Announcing Cranbrook Community Theatre’s 2013/14 Season

Posted by admin 29 Aug 2013 Comments Off

The upcoming season features a mix of drama, comedy, and evenings of one-acts.

CCT kicks it all off with “Visiting Mr. Green” written by Jeff Baron and directed by Tanya Laing Gahr. Corporate executive Ross Gardiner is charged with reckless driving after narrowly missing 86-year-old widower Mr. Green. Gardiner is ordered to visit Mr. Green every week for the next six weeks. The two men start off being resentful of the situation and as the show develops family secrets are revealed and old wounds are opened. “Visiting Mr. Green” runs November 29th-December 14th.

In late January 2014, CCT brings two one-acts to the Stage Door Theatre.  “The Exquisite Hour” by Stewart Lemoine features first time director Elizabeth Ross. Set on a summer evening in 1962, “The Exquisite Hour” introduces the audience to bachelor, Zachary Teal, who over the hour, and a couple of glasses of lemonade, listens to the sales pitch of encyclopaedia saleswomen Helen Darimont. The second one act, directed by Bob McCue, is set in the exam room of an army recruiting office. Terrence McNally’s “Next” is the story of a middle-aged, down on his luck, divorced father who has mistakenly been drafted and the, by the book, career officer who won’t give him a break.

The final show of the season is “The Foreigner” by Larry Shue and directed by David Stock. Painfully shy Charlie is left in a rural Georgia fishing lodge by his friend “Froggy” who tells the locals Charlie is from a foreign country and doesn’t speak English. Left on his own, and assumed to be a “foreigner”, Charlie is privy to the secrets and plans of the locals and that’s when the fun begins. The Foreigner hits the CCT stage in April 2014.

“I’m really pleased with the 2013/14 season,” said Production Manager Jennifer Inglis. “The selection of shows will appeal to a wide variety of tastes while providing a creative challenge for the directors, actors, and crew members.”

A general casting call will be held on Monday, September 9 at 7:00 at the Stage Door.

The public and all Cranbrook Community Theatre members are invited to CCT’s Annual General Meeting on Tuesday, September 17th at 7:00 p.m. in the Stage Door Theatre.

 

Summer Theatre

Posted by admin 07 Jul 2013 Comments Off

Make sure to check out Kimberley Summer Theatre’s procution of “Self Help” July 9-27 at Centre 64. In August, KST is presenting “The Wizard of Oz”.

http://kimberleysummertheatre.ca/our-shows/self-help

Director’s Forum-June 24th @ 7:00 p.m.

Posted by admin 11 Jun 2013 Comments Off

Are you interested in directing a play? Ever wonder what’s involved in directing a play? Want to learn more about the theatre?

If you answered yes to 1 or all of these questions, then attend CCT’s free Director’s Forum on Monday, June 24th at the Stage Door Theatre.

A panel of local directors (Tanya Laing Gahr, Mary Hamilton, Bob McCue, Terry Miller, and Paul Kershaw) will be talking about their directing styles, experiences, and tips.

It’ll be great evening of theatre talk!

Pardon our Dust!

Posted by admin 07 Jun 2013 Comments Off

The Studio portion of our building, The Studio/Stage Door, is under renovation. We are working on the second phase of CCT’s accessibility project. The Studio renovation will include the addition of two new accessible bathrooms. Work started on Monday, June 3rd and is expected to take 6 weeks.

Workshops and events scheduled at The Studio/Stage Door will go on as scheduled.

Check back for reno updates.

Thanks!

Posted by admin 02 May 2013 Comments Off

CCT has wrapped up its 2012/13 season. Thanks to everyone for supporting us and coming to see the shows this season. We are currently working on lining up the 2013/14 season so, check back for updates and audition notices.

 

 

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