Nov/Dec -”Visiting Mr. Green”-When a Corporate Executive in New York narrowly misses hitting a senior with his car he is court ordered to visit Mr. Green every week for the next six weeks. Directed by Tanya Laing-Gahr. Show Dates: Nov 29-Dec 14.
Jan/Feb 2014-”The Exquisite Hour” & “Next”-an evening of one-acts directed by new comer Elizabeth Ross and Bob McCue. Show Dates: Jan 24-Feb 8.
April 2014-”The Foreigner”-a shy young man is abandoned by his friend at a rural Georgian fishing lodge. Before leaving, the man’s friend tells the other guests the man can’t speak or understand english. This comedy is directed by David Stock, who brought this show to the CCT stage 20 years earlier. Show Dates-April 3-5, 9-12, and 16-19. Show time is 7:30
May 2014-”Calendar Girls”-a co-production with Kimberley’s Off-Centre Players, this show is based on the popular “Calendar Girls” movie. The show will also be a fundraiser for the Canadian Cancer Society. Show Dates-May TBD Show Time is 7:00
Unless otherwise stated all shows start at 8:00 p.m. MT
Oct- “Babe Ruth Comes to Pickle River”-A CCT and Fort Steele Heritage Town co-production. Directed by Tanya Laing-Gahr. Show Dates: Oct 4-6.
Nov-”Steel Magnolias”-This classic tale revolves around six women in a Southern U.S. hair salon. Directed by Bob McCue. Show Dates: Nov16-17, 21-24, and 28-Dec 1.
Dec-”It’s a Wonderful Life, On the Radio”-A remounting of the successful 2010 production with a few interesting changes. Directed by Terry Miller. Show Dates: Dec 7-8, 12-15.
April 2013-”Enchanted April”-A wonderful story of ladies with pluck pulling themselves, and those around them, out of the post WW1 doldrums in England by renting a castle in Italy. Directed by Terry Miller. Show Dates: April12-13, 17-20, and 24-27.