A Christmas Carol

Historic O'Keefe Ranch 9380 Hwy 97 North, Vernon, British Columbia

Powerhouse Theatre and the O'Keefe Ranch present a join production of Charles Dickens "A Christmas Carol". Adapted and written by Diane Llewelyn-Jones. Come to the Historic O'Keefe Ranch and be part of a never-seen-before-rendition of this old time classic.  This is a 'walking' theatre experience as audience members travel to each historic building to take part in the story.

Tickets available at www.ticketseller.ca or by phone at 250-549-7469

Recurring

Self Help – By Norm Foster

Powerhouse Theatre 2901 35th Avenue, Vernon, British Columbia

Powerhouse Theatrical Society is returning to the stages!

Self Help by Norm Foster, Directed by Adele Kuyek: There’s a stiff in the study.  A reporter’s looking for dirt in the hall.  A detective is looking for a missing gardener.  The maid is in major need of Self Help.  A smart-mouthed agent is suspicious that something is amiss. Self-help gurus Cindy and Hal Savage’s perfect life has fallen apart. What to do? Hide the body! This farce is a hilarious comedy, perfect for a fun, laugh filled night out!

Please note: All audience members must wear a mask and be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. (2 dose)

Thu, Feb 24 to Sat, Feb 26, 7:30pm
Sun, Feb 27, 2:00pm
Thu, Mar 3 to Sat Mar 5, 7:30pm

Click on event for ticket link.

$30

Recurring

Powerhouse Theatre presents: Ben Hur by Patrick Barlow

Powerhouse Theatre 2901 35th Avenue, Vernon, British Columbia

Directed by Tanya Laing Gahr, technical direction by Rusty Gahr, and featuring Gabriel Newman, Cliff Lattery, John Lomas and Ali Baloun. Ben Hur is a hilarious comedy about a troupe of overconfident performers doing their best to mount an epic for the ages … to varying degrees of success.

The greatest book ever penned is brought to the stage by a towering team of just four actors - turning a theatre near you into one of the most authentic versions of Ancient Rome ever seen! Click on event for more details including performance dates and times, and a link for tickets.

$30