The Shape of a Girl by Joan McLeod
October 22-24 & 28-30
Cranbrook Community Theatre and Director Amy Penney are proud to announce that
The Shape of a Girl by Joan MacLeod is cast!
Studio Stage Door veteran Jelena Jensen and ingenue Cheyanne Kneller have both been cast as 15 year old Bradie, the protagonist of this one woman show. This offers you—the audience—a unique and exciting experience as two daring young women share this seminal role over three nights each.
Take note of our new show dates for The Shape of a Girl by Joan MacLeod.
The Director, Stage Manager, and cast are meeting virtually to run the script while the theatre is being renovated. They are eager to get back into the theatre this Fall to bring this important piece of work to Cranbrook audiences.
Watch for news updates on our Facebook page to learn more about tickets and showtimes.
Our thanks to graphic designer, Patrick Baranowski, for his hard work on the poster.
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NEW TECH COMING
TO THE STAGE DOOR
Although Cranbrook Community Theatre Society (CCT) has always been about presenting live in-house theatre, they recognized the advantage of digital equipment and the game changer it could be for their theatre productions as well as other local and non-local user groups of the theatre venue in Cranbrook’s Studio Stage Door heritage building.
The Columbia Basin Trust (Trust) agreed and has awarded CCT with funding through the Non Profit Tech Grant.
Read more on our NEWS PAGE
CCT is a Registered Canadian Charity
Donations are gratefully accepted year round to assist with community theatre programs and maintenance of the Studio/Stage Door
Our Theatre Restoration Project has been APPROVED!
Read all about it on our NEWS PAGE
We gratefully acknowledge the financial support of the Province of British Columbia through the Ministry of Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations and Rural Development. We look forward to once again working with the Province of BC and Heritage BC