It's our third annual wrap-up event to thank all our members and volunteers and to celebrate another great season! All are welcome!

Saturday, June 10
Armstrong Curling Club Lounge
3315 Pleasant Valley Rd

$20 members/ $25 for non-members (includes membership)

by Maryke Simmonds
Learn how sound effects are made live onstage. Participants will get to try different methods, build their own contraptions and perform a mini- play at the end of class.
AGES 6-12

by Mike Panian
An introduction to unarmed combat basics. Lean how to fake fight for the stage!
AGES 14+

Bubble soccer is a unique version of soccer with a twist: Each player is enveloped inside a giant inflatable bubble. This makes soccer even more entertaining, especially when you are trying to score by bouncing, rolling, bumping, flipping over and crashing into each other! 
HEIGHT MINIMUM: 4’11”/ 150cm    

To Register for Workshops:
The Guy Next Door 250-546-0950  
3450 Okanagan St, Armstrong

Donations gratefully accepted at the door
Live Music by Bad Mantis

Cake Walk
Cash Bar
燎Snacks by Mandy
Door Prizes
Selfie Booth
DIY Hat Crafts
All invited! Come out for a great day of workshops and a fun night of celebrating ACT! 
Drop by anytime for the social, although I wouldn't recommend missing a minute of it!

For more info, contact actokbc@gmail.com or call 250-546-0950



Presented at the 2017 Okanagan Zone Drama Festival
MAY 21, 2017
 Shuswap Theatre
41 Hudson Ave NW, Salmon Arm

"Two nursing home residents, both in their eighties, meet and fall in love, rekindling what might have been a wartime romance. 
Had they previously met somewhere else under different circumstances? Why is their love so troubling for their children? Indeed, the light at dusk is sometimes warmer and more enveloping than that of the midday sun. Characters navigate between being and appearance, between cowardice and dissoluteness. 

The award-winning author of Possible Worlds brings us this poetic and moving meditation on identity, aging, and the nature of memory. What shines through when memory fades away?"

Winner of the 2005 Governor General's Literary Award in Drama and the 2006 CAA Carol Bolt Award 

Starring Mark Trussell, Laurisa DeFehr, George Young, Sharon Wickstrom, Beth Bennett, Shaleen Toney, and Buck Crich

Christmas at King Armstrong's Court

Written and Directed by Mark Trussell

December 2-3 & 9-10 at 7:00pm
Matinee Dec 10 at 2:00pm
Centennial Theatre
3305 Pleasant Valley Rd, Armstrong

Join us for our winter production of "Christmas at King Armstrong's Court" 
Featuring a cast of characters including Queen Rosedale... who never smiles...and the three evil queens of Enderby! A medieval variety show made up of musicians, dancers, instrumentalists, kooky characters, and much more, there will be something to please audiences young and old. Actors and performers are regional residents of all ages! 

Locally written by Mark Trussell, the Monty-Pythonesque show is well into rehearsals and already proving it will be a performance not to be missed!

Tickets and reservations available at:
 "The Guy Next Door" (250) 546-0950
3450 Okanagan St, Armstrong

$20 Adults
$18 Seniors/ Students 
$10 Children 12 & under

DRACULA! A Live Radio Recording!

UPDATE: Listen to a podcast of our performance, care of Voice of the Shuswap!
Click the link below and scroll to find Asparagus Community Theatre's Dracula. 
There are 2 parts. Enjoy!

“When the spirit dies but the dead live, the dark god of the night is a beast.”

Thursday, October 27th & 
Friday, October 28th at 7:30pm
Admission by Donation
Suggested $10

Asparagus Community Theatre (ACT) invites you in…. to the world of Old Time Radio this Halloween season. Join us for a live, dramatized recording of Bram Stoker’s Dracula, performed by ACT actors, musicians and foley artists.

This version of Dracula first aired on CBC’s Stage 49 program in 1949 and was dramatized by the late George Salverson, a prolific Canadian playwright, documentarian and broadcaster. It starred, among others, Lorne Green and Lister Sinclair.

ACT’s 2016 performance is directed by Phelan Gotto and features Mandy Penner, Brodie Muskett, Michael Thomas, Jennifer Blake, Risa Bissenden, Jim Ferguson, Ryan Murphy, Jeunesse Pearson and Mark Trussell. Pianist Cameron Shook and Violinist Roman Blain provide the chilling score with live foley effects by Maryke Simmonds and the cast.

This event is a joint fundraiser with Salmon Arm community radio station, Voice of the Shuswap (CKVS) and is partially funded by a grant from the Community Radio Fund of Canada. CKVS will be recording each performance for an edited re-broadcast at a later date. 

All ages are welcome and Halloween costumes are encouraged. There will be door prizes, goodies, prize for best costume and ACT memberships available to purchase. 
Admission is by donation; $10 is suggested. 
“Count” yourself in and help support ACT as we launch our 35th Season!

Contact actokbc@gmail.com for more information.

And...on Saturday, October 29, Shuswap Theatre in Salmon Arm is also performing a radio play!
Check out more info on "Take Me Out To The Graveyard" here!

2016 AGM

Tuesday, September 20 @ 7:00pm
Doors open at 6:45pm
Centennial Theatre, 3305 Pleasant Valley Rd

The meeting will include the President’s Report, Year End Financial Statements, 
and the Election of the Board of Directors.

We will be staging a short Radio Play Reading after the meeting 
as a preview of what's to come this season. And Snacks by Mandy served too! 

New members are always welcome and encouraged to attend.
There are board positions available and nominations are being accepted- 
help keep community theatre alive and well in Armstrong!

Annual Membership: $10 individual/ $20 Family

For further information, call 250-546-9601