Kindersley Players

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Kindersley Players

History of Kindersley Players

The Kindersley Players began in the late 1980’s with two one-act plays before beginning the dinner theatre productions that have continued ever since. The first dinner theatre performed was ” The Groom said No.”

Kindersley Players produced a dinner theatre every year, typically held in February. In recent years, all five dinner theatres have sold out within hours of the tickets being made available. In a further effort to give back to the community, the drama group has also opened its dress rehearsals to the public, raising money through reduced ticket sales for a local charity, service group or non-profit organization.

Performances are usually held the first two weekends in February with rehearsals starting in October

In 2010, the Kindersley Players performed a one-act play for Kindersley’s 100th birthday celebration at the Norman Ritchie Community Centre.

Past Performances 

  • The Amorous Ambassador

Some of the plays previously performed by the Players are:

  • Aunt Cathy’s Cat
  • The Tomorrow Box
  • A Fine Monster You are
  • The Odd Couple ” Female Version”
  • Play On
  • The Melville Boys
  • Steel Magnolias
  • Relative Stranges
  • Opening Night
  • The Foursome
  • Exit the Body
  • Love Marriage and Revenue Canada
  • The Amourous Ambassador
  • Till Death Do Us Part
  • Sorry Wrong Chimney
  • Whose Wives Are They, Anyway?
  • The Odd Couple
  • Self Help

Contact

Judy Lavoie
Director
Email

Kindersley, SK  S0L 1S0
Ph: (306) 463-2642

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