GPLT is looking for play ideas for next season- Our 56th!!!

GPLT is looking for plays, directors and creative team members for our next season starting September, 2018. Suggest your favourite play! Volunteer to direct or to join a creative team.

The 56th Season Play Selection Committee lead by GPLT Vice President Desiree Klause is looking for your play or creative team suggestions. Email Desiree at vicepresident@gplt.ca with your ideas.

If you want to submit a play for the Committee to consider, download the PDF 2018-19 Play Submission form, complete it and email it to vicepresident@gplt.ca. All submissions are confidential and subject to the play submission policy.

GPLT 56th Season Play Selection Information Package

For more information email: vicepresident@gplt.ca or manager@gplt.ab.ca. or call 780 538 1616.

THE DEADLINE FOR ALL PLAY SUBMISSIONS IS JANUARY 31, 2018 at 4:30 pm.

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COMEDY + MUSICAL + COMEDY

Perfect Christmas Season Entertainment! Musical Comedy! Nov 30-Dec 16 Plus Optional Turkey Dinner!

COMEDY + MUSIC + COMEDY = Christmas FUN !!
Perfect for your Christmas Season Friendship Group or Office Party – the 9 time award winning musical – the 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee by William Finn and Rachel Sheinkin, Conceived by Rebecca Feldman PLUS complete your evening with a traditional turkey dinner prepared by Jeffrey’s. TWO versions – Family Friendly on Nov 30, Dec and 10 – Saucy Adult Dec 1,2,7,8,14,15,16. Dinners available Nov 30-Dec 14. Dinners for Dec 15 and 16 are SOLD OUT. Play tickets available for all performances. Book your tickets and dinners at gplt.ca or call 780 538 1616.

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Butcher by Nicolas Billon is a THRILLER !!! Oct 26 to Nov 11

INTENSE! IN YOUR FACE! INCENDIARY!

Butcher by Nicolas Billon is a SPELLBINDING Thriller! Man’s inhumanity to Man! Proof? Retribution? Punishment?

Governor General Award Winning Canadian Playwright Nicolas Billon has crafted a must see play filled with sharply focused characters damaged by horrible events from a war torn past. This play is not for the faint of heart. Often speaking a new language developed just for this emotional journey, the characters deal with the aftermath of living through a bitter civil war.

Human power struggles filled with violence are facts of our past and our present. Butcher lays bare man’s inhumanity to man.

A tasty dinner by Jeffrey’s before the play on November 4, 10 and 11 will prepare you for the emotional roller coaster of Butcher! Make dinner reservations by the Wednesday before.

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