Tuesday, October 10, 1995

PAPER WINGS (Oct 20 - Nov 4, 1995)

by Gillette Elvgren

Oct 20 - Nov 4, 1995

Jamie: Pam Raven
Stan: Ron Reed
Director: Morris Ertman

Friday, September 1, 1995

1995-96 Season

Paper Wings, by Gillette Elvgren
Macbeth, by William Shakespeare
Gambling, by J.P. Allen (Guest Production)
Howard Buys A Motorhome, by Scott Hafso

A prototype of the brochure was released as the Early Bird Edition: "Look for the Time Limited Early Bird Ticket Prices in this brochure. Valid before July 31, 1995 only!" It listed the following plays:
The Runner Stumbles, by Milan Stitt | Oct 13-21
Navy Wife, by Jason Milligan | Nov 24 - Dec 2
Macbeth, by William Shakespeare | Feb 9-17
Howard Buys A Motorhome, by Scott Hafso | Apr 12-20
Gambling | Mar 1 2 7 8 9 & Mar 2 matinee
Christmas Presence | Dec 14 15 16 21 22 23
Murder Mystery Fundraiser | Sep 22 23 29 30
Improv Fundraiser | Jan 12 13

Sunday, June 11, 1995

Jessie Richardson Awards (Jun 11, 1995)

Pacific Theatre Nominations

Supporting Actor - Dirk Van Stralen, Voice of the Prairie
Musical Direction - Allen des Noyers, Cotton Patch Gospel
Set Design - Morris Ertman, Damien
Ensemble Cast - Spencer Capier, Allen des Noyers, Tim Dixon, Ron Reed, Wyndham Thiessen, Cotton Patch Gospel
Actress - Erla Faye Forsyth, Voice of the Prairie
Director - Morris Ertman, Cotton Patch Gospel

Friday, March 31, 1995

THE FOREIGNER (Mar 31 - Apr 22, 1995)

by Larry Shue

Charlie is visiting from England, shy and very much in need of rest. His friend has just the solution – he leaves him at a rural fishing lodge, telling them Charlie is from an exotic foreign land and speaks no English. All is well until Charlie overhears more than he should...

"I laughed start to finish. One surprise after another!" New Yorker

Froggy - Kevin
Charlie - Ron Reed
Betty - Erla Faye Forsyth
David -
Catherine - Pam Raven (Muir)
Owen - Francis Boyle
Ellard - Dirk Van Stralen

Director - Molly Anderson (Lyons)

Friday, February 17, 1995

TRAVELER IN THE DARK (Feb 17 - Mar 4, 1995)

by Marsha Norman

Even our most firmly held convictions can be shaken by the loss of a friend or the questions of a 12 year old. Marsha Norman serves up a fascinating contemporary exploration of the boundaries of the mind and the reaches of the heart.

"Bittersweet and totally engrossing" Dramalogue
"Traveler In The Dark has emotional power, insight and a hearteningly great ambition" Time

Sam - Tim Dixon
Glory - Erla Faye Forsyth
Everett - Ron Reed
Stephen - Joel Stephanson

Director - Angela Konrad

Friday, January 13, 1995

End Of The Line (Jan 13-21, 1995)

by Vicky McLeod

The Sixth Annual Murder Mystery Fundraiser sees - GASP! - Inspector Mull on trial for murder!! It started as an innocent search for family connections through the global computer information network. Now his only hope is to hunt down the real villain, with the help of one of his spirited kinsmen. Travel with us to where the ancient Scottish lore and modern technology cross wires, where you'll come face to face with a virtual killer!

"I neverrrrr miss it" I. Mull, The Manchester Gordian
"Bring the kids - they'll eat this stuff up!" The Caterer
"The feel-good comedy laugh riot of the year!! Pacific Theatre's best yet!!! Should win some kind of award!!!! I laughed 'til I ate!!!!!" Dick Lloyd

Jan 13, 14, 20, 21 1995

Francis Boyle
Damon Calderwood
Tim Dixon
Erla Faye Forsyth
Kate Newman
Ron Reed