Events & News

 

MONTHLY MEETINGS
at The Space
1625 McPhee Avenue
(Enter through the red door off the
fenced parking lot at the corner of 17th & McPhee)

Everyone welcome!

Meet and Greet at 7:00 pm
Meeting or Event at 7:15 PM

Next Meetings

  • Tuesday, February 20, 2018 - Event Night

Courtenay Little Theatre Invites You To An Evening Of Laughter and Merriment

CLT’s Event Night on Tuesday, February 20th presents a play reading of Norm Foster’s ‘Looking’, a comedy directed by Alana Gowdy. A pleasant, mid-life man (Steve Hill) and a pleasant, mid-life woman (Heather Rapin) are both single and searching for a relationship that may lead to love. Comedy ensues when their friends, played by Kara Derma and Jon Faris, join them on the first date. As always, throughout the two-act production, Norm Foster weaves insightful and hilarious reflections on human interactions. 

Doors open at 7 pm at the Courtenay Little Theatre Space located on the corner of 17th Street and McPhee Avenue.  Announcements will commence at 7:15 pm, followed by the play reading at 7:30 pm. There will be tea and coffee served during intermission. Admission is by freewill donation at the door to cover the costs of the evening. Due to limited space, patrons will be seated on a first come, first serve basis. 

  • March 20 , 2018 – General Meeting with Teaser from Humble Boy
  • April 17, 2018  – The Harvest by Ken Cameron directed by Catherine Hannon

In Harvest, playwright Ken Cameron turns a real-life incident involving his parents into a comedy about a rural couple who unwittingly rent out their farm to a marijuana grow-op. In this staged reading of the play, two actors play all eleven roles, using their voices and simple props, so the action is fast, furious and funny.

Directed by Catherine Hannon, featuring Ross Stephanson and Val Macdonald as actors, Eric Macdonald and Tracy Canil with original music, and a mystery guest as the SM (Stage Manager)!

Come early to be sure you get one of our limited seats!

  • May 15, 2018 – On The Flightpath by Norm Foster directed by Camille Soper

John is a back porch philosopher. Over the course of three and half years he interacts with three neighbours from his balcony, which just happens to be on the flight path of an airport. Faye, who is a practicing member of the world’s oldest profession; Angel, who’s a somewhat naive aspiring singer; and Gwen, a recently divorced homemaker. Sex, love, life and loss are all discussed with big laughs and a few tears in Norm Foster’s “Here on the Flight Path”.

  • June 19, 2018  – AGM and BBQ

 

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