Grande Prairie Live Theatre is ready to announce our most ambitious season ever! The 58th Season will be filled with unique award winning musicals, dramas and comedies. Be prepared to do a HAPPY DANCE of JOY! Shortly after the Province announces their reopening strategy, GPLT will come ALIVE with our 2020-21 Season news! The exact date of the Season Reveal is expected to be sometime in late June.
Get Ready Campers: the Rising Star Summer Drama Camps are Coming !!!
The latest news on reopening our Province – In Stage 1, some businesses and facilities could be allowed to gradually resume operations early as May 14, including
👍👍Summer camps with limits on occupancy. That could include summer school.😁😀😁😀
Retail businesses, such as clothing, furniture and bookstores. All vendors at farmers markets will also be able to operate.
Hair styling and barber shops.
Museums and art galleries.
Daycares and out-of-school care with limits on occupancy.
Cafés, restaurants with no bar service to reopen for public seating at 50 per cent capacity.
When allowed to do so and following all required safety rules, the GPLT Rising Star Summer Drama Camps will come ALIVE!!! OH HAPPY DAYS ARE COMING SOON!!!
Final Weekend for the Hours That Remain plus 6 more events in November!
November is ENTERNTAINMENT PLUS at GPLT and the Performing Arts Theatre attached to the St. John Paul II Catholic School.
Nov. 7-9 – The final weekend of The Hours That Remain by Keith Barker at GPLT. An award winning play. A moving, emotionally charged story of loss, bereavement, and unfaltering hope. The Star Phoenix said “this play ingeniously casts light on the issue without making you feel like you’d rather be somewhere else.”This play confronts the pervasive reality of missing Indigenous women and girls in Canada and the legacy of loss endured by families, friends, community and our society as a whole. This play is supported by the Grande Prairie Friendship Centre.
Nov 9(10am-4pm) and 10(10am-2pm) – Open Auditions for the Tony Award winning musical comedy La Cage Aux Folles – information at gplt.ca/auditions
Nov 14-30 – The Independent production of the Grapes of Wrath by Frank Galati, Adapted from the book by John Steinbeck at the Performing Arts Theatre attached to the ST. John Paul II Catholic School
Nov 15 – The Frightening 48 presented by PRIMAA at GPLT
Nov 17 – Braden Gates and Jake Morley Concert at GPLT
Nov 22- Matt Patershuk Concert at GPLT
Nov 28-Dec 14 – The World Premiere of the Comedy – Bureaucrazy by Kate Danley. Add a delicious Christmas Turkey dinner prepared by Jeffrey’ Cafe.
Tickets online at: gplt.ca, call the GPLT Box Office at 780 538 1616 or shop in person