2014•2015 Season

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2014•2015 Season
2014•2015 Season
Revelstoke Arts Council and
Revelstoke Performing Arts Centre
Revelstoke, BC
www.revelstokear tscouncil.com
Revelstoke Arts Council
MESSAGE FROM THE
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
T
he Revelstoke Arts Council is thrilled to
bring a tremendous line-up of top quality
entertainment to our town for the 2014
–15 Performance Series at the Performing
Arts Centre.
We are offering a total of 18 excellent
performance events plus 6 multicultural films
this season for your enjoyment beginning with
the iconic west coast band Spirit of the West
on September 11, 2014. The remainder of the
series includes family and adult theatre as well as
comedy, classical performances, contemporary
dance, ballet and more great music.
This is our biggest season ever and we invite
you to review our brochure and plan to bring
your family and your friends and enjoy the great
range of events we have planned for you!
We offer online ticket purchases with some
great discount packages so please visit our
website www.revelstokeartscouncil.com right
away to catch the best deals and make sure you,
your family and friends don’t miss out.
See you there!
Carol Palladino
Chair, Revelstoke Arts Council
SEASON PACKAGES
Performance Series Season Pass $150
Subscribe to all eleven performances save $40
Build Your Own Performance Series
Buy any four performances and receive 20% off
Only available online at www.revelstokeartscouncil.com
Family Series Family Pass: $50
See three shows, for two adults and up to three
children, and save $10
Classical Series Pass: $35
See all three shows and save $10
Movies in the Mountains Season Pass
Three Film Pass: $20
Six Film Pass: $30
Programming Subject to Change
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2014•2015
SEASON AT A GLANCE
Spirit of the West $35
Thursday September 11,2014 7:30pm
Pg. 3
The Paperboys $15
Friday October 3, 2014 7:30pm
Pg. 5
Roman Danylo
Live Comedy $15
Saturday November 29, 2014 7:30pm
Pg. 7
Lucas Myers
The Best of the Cromoli Brothers! $15
Friday January 23, 2015 7:30pm
Pg. 8
Hot Rocks
Rolling Stones Tribute Show $20
Thursday January 29, 2015 7:30pm
Pg. 9
Monster Theatre
Til Death Do We Part:
The Six Wives of Henry VIII $15
Saturday February 7, 2015 7:30pm
Pg.11
Darrelle London & Kevin Fox
Valentine’s Special Double Bill $15
Friday February 13, 2015 7:30pm
Pg.13
Dave Gunning $15
Thursday March 12, 2015 7:30pm
Pg.15
Quintessence $15
Friday March 20, 2015 7:30pm
Pg.17
MACHiNENOiSY Dance Society
PROX:IMITY RE:MIX $15
Saturday March 21, 2015 7:30pm
Pg.19
Ballet Kelowna $15
Wednesday April 1, 2015 7:30pm
Pg.21
Family Series (Tickets $5, Family $20)
Pg.23
Classical Concert Series (Tickets $15)
Pg.25
Movies in the Mountains Film Series
(Tickets $8) Pg.27
The best multicultural films from the Toronto
International Film Festival - last Wednesday of
every month.
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Thursday September 11, 2014 7:30pm
SPIRIT OF THE WEST
N
earing the three-and-a-half decade
mark, Spirit of the West continues
to rock audiences with their
original and potent blend of Folk,
Celtic, Rock, Pop and Punk. The band that
began in 1983 as an innocent trio of acoustic
guitar, flutes and bouzouki is now a musical
and performance powerhouse that features 6
musicians and dozens of instrument changes
in a nights’ worth of timeless and beloved
songs.
With 13 albums to their credit, five of them
gold and three platinum, a history of extensive
touring throughout the western world, and
the authorship of a drinking song “Home
For a Rest”, so well known and loved that
it is often called ‘Canada’s unofficial national
anthem’, Spirit of the West’s legacy has grown
to legendary status.
Fan favourites such as ‘And if Venice is Sinking’,
‘Save This House’, ‘Puttin’ Up with the Joneses’
and the quintessential drinking song ‘The
Crawl’ have etched themselves into the
soundtrack of youth of several generations of
Canadians.
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In recognition of Spirit’s long career they have
been inducted into the Hall of Fame of the
Western Canadian Music Association, have
received the National Achievement Award
from the Society of Composers, Authors and
Music Publishers of Canada, and were, in 2014,
presented with a star in Vancouver’s ‘Starwalk’,
located on Theatre Row on Granville Street.
The band consists of John Mann (vocals);
Geoffrey Kelly (vocals, guitar, flutes, whistles,
bodhran); Hugh McMillan(vocals, basses,
nearly all other stringed things on Earth);
Tobin ‘The Gull’ Frank (basses, accordion,
keyboards); Matthew Harder (vocals, guitars)
& Vince Ditrich (vocals, drumkit, percussion,
management, refreshment coordination).
Spirit enjoys a brilliant technical crew that is
well worthy of mention: Chris Hibbins (FOH
Mix/Tour Management) & Andre Arsenault
(Stage Management/Guitar Tech).
www.sotw.ca
Tickets
$35
Season Pass Holder $27
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Friday October 3, 2014 7:30pm
THE PAPERBOYS
T
his award winning, critically
acclaimed band serves up a heady
blend of country-folk-celticbluegrass-rock with a traditional bit
of Mexican music thrown in there for good
measure.
Lead singer, Tom Landa, was born in Mexico
to a Canadian mother of Irish ancestry – thus
accounting for at least two of his musical
influences – he later moved to Canada where
he founded the Paperboys in 1992. The
band’s sound has evolved a lot since the early
days. It now includes a 3 piece horn section
and digs deep into Tom’s Mexican heritage
by adding Son Jarocho and Afro-Mexican
grooves to the mix.
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The Paperboys are renowned for their
energetic live performances and have wowed
festival goers the world over. They create a
buzz wherever they play and it is no wonder
with Tom Landa’s richly expressive vocals
backed up by a medley of whistle, flute, banjo,
percussion, guitar and jarana (a small Mexican
guitar.)
The lively jigs and reels are sure to get
you moving, so get your dancing shoes on
and prepare for an exhilarating evening of
entertainment.
www.paperboys.com
Season Package $12
Tickets $15
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Saturday November 29, 2014 7:30pm
Friday January 23, 2015 7:30pm
THE BEST OF THE
CROMOLI BROTHERS!
COMEDIAN
ROMAN DANYLO
LIVE
R
oman Danylo is “Roman around the
country” in this variety comedy show
consisting of sketch, stand-up, and improv.
The show is both light-hearted and
edgy and takes on various subjects from love,
to war, to snacks at the mall food court. Roman
begins his show with high energy observational
stand-up, then incorporates audience members
into interactive comedy sketches, all the while
peppering in some of his popular characters from
TV.
With all types of comedy and a wide range of
topics, Roman Danylo Live has a little something
for everyone. Once you’ve seen this show you’ll
never need to watch comedy again!
Roman has appeared on CBC’s The Debaters and
Just For Laughs. For five seasons he starred on
CTV’s sketch comedy show Comedy Inc.
LUCAS MYERS
T
he Cromoli Brothers are a high-octane
mash-up of sketch comedy, stand-up,
vaudeville, and musical theatre, with
the Brothers performing 15 vignettes
ranging from the poignant to the political to
the absurd. The audience chooses the order of
the vignettes, making for a totally unique show
every night! Including Nude Beach, Cover Song,
Sex, Shot in the Dark, Dear Mary I’m in a Gang
Now, Pilot Talk, and The Rich, the show also
features original songs performed on ukulele,
melodica and glockenspiel.
WARNING: NUDE SOCK PUPPETS, META SINCERITY, JESUS
Please Note: The Cromoli Brothers contains
adult material and is not suitable for children.
www.pilotcopilot.com
‘Best sketch comedy show since Kids in The Hall’
-Lindsay Brown, Halifax Daily News
www.romandanylo.com
Season Package $12
Tickets $15
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Season Package $12
Tickets $15
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Thursday January 29, 2015 7:30pm
HOT ROCKS
ROLLING STONES
TRIBUTE SHOW!
C
anada’s number one Rolling Stones
tribute - Toronto-based “Hot Rocks –
The Rolling Stones Tribute Show” have
it all; the music, the costumes, the show.
The band features lead singer Bob Wotherspoon,
North America’s most look-alike Mick Jagger,
who truly “Moves Like Jagger.” Performing all of
the Rolling Stones’ greatest hits along with his
band who look and perform remarkably like their
Rolling Stones counterparts in every way – Keith,
Ronnie, Charlie and Bill. In their ten year career
Hot Rocks have played across Canada and the
U.S. and as far away as South America to audiences who say it’s the next best thing to seeing
the Rolling Stones.
www.hotrocks.ca
Season Package $15
Tickets $20
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Saturday February 7, 2015 7:30pm
MONSTER
THEATRE
T
he Betrayed Wife. The Scheming
Wife. The Peacemaker. The Ugly
German. The Slutty One. The One
in Love with Someone Else. Six
Queens. Six Love stories. Six Deaths. One
Actress!
It all starts in the afterlife, in a bizarre waiting
room of sorts. One by one, the wives
of Henry VIII arrive, much to the shock
and dismay of each previous wife. What
culminates is the heated frenzy of an ex-wives
club where these women swap stories, toss
Anne Boleyn’s head around, pick on the ugly
German one and, most importantly, fight for
the right to be acknowledged as Henry’s true
bride and eternal partner.
But when Henry arrives…everything changes.
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Til Death:
The Six Wives of
Henry VIII
“Tara Travis is an immense talent. Go see this
show and find yourself in Heaven. Comedy
Heaven, that is.” –umfm.com
“Hilarious, touching, thought provoking and
educational” –Theatre in London
WINNER: Pick of the Fringe Vancouver,
Outstanding Individual Performance AND Producer’s Pick (London Fringe)
www.monstertheatre.com
Season Package $12
Tickets $15
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Friday February 13, 2015 7:30pm
VALENTINE’S
SPECIAL
DOUBLE
BILL
KEVIN FOX
D
ubbed “a cellist and guitarist of rare
talent… with a voice that soars like
an angel” (Toronto Star), Kevin has
been captivating audiences across
Canada with his unique musical tapestry of
cello-driven pop songs.
Kevin’s abilities as an instrumentalist, composer/
arranger and recording artist have offered
him the opportunity to record and tour with
countless artists, from Justin Bieber and Olivia
Newton John to Steven Page and Chantal
Kreviazuk. An evening with Kevin Fox is not to
be missed and never to be forgotten.
www.kevinfox.ca
DARELLE LONDON
D
arrelle London’s journey from local
Toronto indie piano-pop gem to
international touring artist has involved
much personal dedication to her
craft, and a little help from some unexpected
supporters along the way.
Darelle’s unique voice and playful songs led to
her being named the Bell Emerging Artist for
May 2012. She has toured extensively, performing
at legendary venues such as Hollywood’s
Troubadour Club, as well as renowned festivals
such as Lilith Fair and North by Northeast and
has made appearances on morning shows across
the country. So come out and prepare to be
serenaded, amused and impressed!.
“Sweet! Catchy! And slightly off-center! We love it!”
- Celebrity blogger Perez Hilton
www.darrellelondon.com
Season Package $12
Tickets $15
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Saturday February 22, 2015 8pm
DAVE GUNNING
T
here are stories that wash over you
like a tide, and then there are stories
that grab you by the heart. Dave
Gunning has made a point of finding
the latter and wrapping them up in song since
he broke upon the East Coast music scene
in Canada back in 1997. The Pictou County,
Nova Scotia born and bred singer-songwriter
and working class hero has built up from
humble beginnings to a point where his name
is regularly included in conversation with
artists such as David Francey, James Keelaghan,
Ron Hynes, Stan Rogers, Bruce Cockburn and
Gordon Lightfoot.
“Dave Gunning is the next big thing in the True
North of Song, an artist as compelling, as assured
and attentive to every nuance of the writing
process as Lightfoot, Cockburn and Stan Rogers
before him.” - Greg Quill,The Toronto Star
www.davegunning.com
Writing from a sonic menu that includes
flavors of Irish, Scottish, French Acadian, folk
and country musical styles, Dave transcends
genre with songs that fill your senses and
touch your soul.
Season Package $12
Tickets $15
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Friday March 20, 2015 7:30pm
QuintEssence
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eaturing internationally renowned
vocalists Robyn Driedger-Klassen, Barb
Towell, Frédérik Robert and Peter
Alexander, with celebrated pianist Tina
Chang, the five members of QuintEssence
offer a fresh and innovative concert
experience for lovers of classical music of
all styles. Their concerts showcase the most
beloved and familiar opera favorites, along
with introducing audiences to delightful
and delicious musical gems by celebrated
songwriters who span from Schubert to
Poulenc, Britten to Heggie, and Gershwin to
Weill.
QuintEssence dazzles audiences with vocal
pyrotechnics, melts hearts with beautifully
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Photo: Kathryn Nickford
sung poetry, and stretches the musical frontier
to the limit with adored music from around
the world. QuintEssence concerts even
encourage audience participation with their
“a la carte” programmes; the listener gets to
choose what they wish to hear!
QuintEssence is ready to deliver with a
stunning, new, fresh and fun approach to
classical concertizing; delivered by highly
acclaimed artists with polish, pizazz and flair!
www.quintessencemusic.ca
Tickets
$15
Season Pass Holder $12
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Wednesday April 16, 2015 8pm
MACHiNENOiSY
DANCE SOCIETY
PROX:IMITY
RE:MIX
ROX:IMITY RE:MIX is a layered
performance combining dance, theatre
and a complex multimedia universe
that explores being young in this
time and place. The show is created and
performed by local Revelstoke youth, directed
by MACHiNENOiSY artistic directors Delia
Brett and Daelik and uses interactive technology
like the Xbox Kinect system to trigger sound
and visual projections. PROX:IMITY RE:MIX
is developed from MACHiNENOiSY’S highly
acclaimed 2012 production Law of Proximity.
Delia Brett and Daelik have a long and unique
history of working together as dancers,
teachers and creators both in North America
and Europe. They have a shared interest
in theatre, film and with the post-modern
artistic discipline, Contact Improvisation
and its auxiliary practices. They are two
of the leading dancer/creators of this art
form in Canada, having spent several years
developing under the mentorship of Peter
Bingham, Canada’s premier contact dance
choreographer. Their unique approach has
marked them as innovators and courageous
rule breakers.
P
“The show looks at what the body can do when
freed from traditional expectations.Watching the
performers slink and twist across the stage is
a reminder of what our bodies are capable of.”
-Stephanie Ip, The Province
MACHiNENOiSY is a contemporary dance
company that fosters the research and creation
of performances which transcend traditional
notions of dance and theatre. Artistic Directors
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“…thank god for companies like
MACHiNENOiSY” -PLANK MAGAZINE
www.machinenoisy.com
Season Package
Tickets $12
$15
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Wednesday April 1, 2015, 7:30pm
BALLET
KELOWNA
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ow a keystone in our seasonal
programming, Ballet Kelowna graces
the stage with a mixed repertoire
of classic and contemporary dance
under newly-appointed Artistic Director Simone
Orlando.
With the retirement of Founding Artistic
Director David LaHay, Orlando is set to lead the
company into its 2014/2015 season. An awardwinning choreographer, and former dancer
for the National Ballet of Canada, Desrosiers
Dance Theatre, and Ballet BC, Orlando “can’t
wait to get started.” Join us in giving her and the
company a heart-felt welcome.
Photo credit: Glenna Turnbull
www.balletkelowna.ca
Photo: Glenna Turnbull
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Season Package
$12
Tickets $15
Family Pass
$30
(2 adults & up to 3 children)
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FAMILY SERIES
FAMILY SERIES
Saturday September 13, 2014 3pm & 7:30pm
Saturday February 7, 2015 3pm
Magic,
Comedy,
Vaudeville,
An Amazing
Double Bill
The Little
Prince
James Jordan presents a one-man vaudeville variety
extravaganza with original magic, skilled juggling, music
and comedy. His one of a kind carnival-themed magic
show captures the thrill of the games, the amazement
of the magic, and the excitement of the jugglers and
all provided by one man.
Ryan Pilling’s comedy magic show has spread smiles
and laughter from Yellowknife to Cancun. Ryan’s highly
interactive performance gets everyone involved in the
fun, creating amazing magic with everyday items like
ropes, paper bags, and balloons. With his “Suitcase of
Wonders” he’s travelling across Canada this summer
baffling audiences all along the way.
Saturday December 13,2014 7:30pm
Jazz It Up
Christmas
Food Bank
Fundraiser
Revelstoke’s very own talented Community Choir will
open the show with songs selected for their jazz and
soul influences, followed by feature performances from
gifted songstress Jacolyn Daniluck, trombone virtuoso
Bob Rogers, multi-talented Back Alley Jazz, and the
one and only Relative Jazz. These unique performances
will have you swaying in your seat, singing along and
leave you feeling jazzed. This is festive community
occasion not to be missed and is a fundraiser for the
local Revelstoke Food Bank.
“…the Community Choir was delightful, fun
and, at moments, simply sublime.”
- David Rooney, The Revelstoke Current
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Meet talking roses and
foxes! Venture out on
interplanetary travel!
Learn about true love
and loyalty! Join The Little Prince on a spectacular
adventure as he celebrates open-mindedness, openheartedness and the beauty of imagination. With
puppets, masks, original music and a little theatre magic,
the storytelling experts of Monster Theatre capture
audiences’ hearts and funny bones as they bring Antoine
de Saint-Exupéry’s cherished novella to life.
Saturday March 14, 2015 7:30pm
Aché Brasil
Equal parts music, dance,
spectacle, Aché Brasil has
played to enthusiastic
audiences and critical
acclaim from all over
North America.
Amazing acrobatic feats
and dances all done to a combination of Brazil’s most
infectious rhythms, featuring a fabulous back-up band
comprosed of some of Brazil’s and Canada’s finest
musicians.
The word “Aché” stems from Yoruba, meaning, “all things
positive” and it is in this spirit that British Columbia’s
foremost Brazilian music and dance troupe hopes to
inspire others to explore the energetic and multifaceted culture of Brazil.
“Aché Brasil’s performance was
spectacular – the highlights of the evening!”
- Moira Rodger, Executive Producer ,
West Coast Music Awards
All Tickets
$5
Single Show Family Pass $20
(2 adults & up to 3 children)
Family Series Family Pass $50
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CLASSICAL SERIES
Thursday October 16, 2014 7:30pm
CLASSICAL SERIES
A
n exploration of classic and modern works written for
strings and oboe, from W.A Mozart to Phillip Glass.
BLACK DOG STRING QUARTET:
Elyse Jacobson, Violin; Molly MacKinnon, Violin;
John Kastelic, Viola; Doug Gorko, Cello;
Marea Cherno, Oboe
MOZART TO MODERN
Program:
Bliss Quintet for oboe, 2 violins, viola and cello
Mozart Oboe Quartet in F Major
Glass String Quartet No. 5
Douglas
Songs and Dances for oboe and string quartet
Thurday November 20, 2014 7:30pm
W
ith over 1000 performances together, Anagnoson &
Kinton are recognized as one of the world’s finest
piano duos. Acclaimed by The New York Times as
“an outstanding two-piano recital with formidable
precision and panache.” The duo presents a dazzling one piano, four
hands program including works by Beethoven, Schubert, Dvorak, as
well as the complex and spectacular Petrouchka by Stravinsky.
Program (one piano, 4 hands):
Beethoven: Marches
Schubert: Fantasie
Dvorak: Selected Slavonic Dances
Stravinsky: Petrouchka
“From the musicians’ expressiveness, to their vivid interpretations and precise timing, no audience could have asked for
anything more in a piano performance.”
- TELEGRAM & GAZETTE, Worcester
Friday April 24, 2015 7:30pm
ANAGNOSON AND KINTON
A
programme featuring the creativity of J.S. Bach, and the
influence of Baroque style in contemporary compositions.
KAMLOOPS SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA CHAMBER MUSICIANS:
Catharine Dochstader, Flute; Cvetozar Vutev, Violin;
Ashley Kroecher, Viola; Martin Kratky, Cello;
Dimiter Terziev, Piano
BACH TO THE FUTURE
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Program:
Bach
Handel
Raum
Igor Frolov
Bolling
Goldberg Variations
Trio Sonata in e minor
Baroque Suite
Divertimento
Baroque and Blue
from the Suite for Flute and
Jazz piano
Single Tickets
$15
Classical Series Pass $35
(See 3 shows and save $10)
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REVELSTOKE
MULTICULTURAL SOCIETY
&
REVELSTOKE
PERFORMING ARTS CENTRE
PRESENT
MOVIES IN THE
MOUNTAINS
The best multicultural films from the Toronto
International Film Festival - last Wednesday of
every month.
Wednesday September 24, 2014 7:30pm
Wednesday January 28, 2015 7:30pm
The
Lunchbox
Life’s a Breeze
Dir.: Ritesh Batra
Country: India
Irrfan Khan (Life of Pi,
Slumdog Millionaire) stars
alongside the radiant
Nimrat Kaur in Ritesh Batra’s delightful feature debut, in which
a mistaken lunchbox delivery paves the way for an unlikely
romance. Whether it’s the cooking of a meal, the reading
of a letter, or the riding of a crowded train, the film’s small
moments culminate in big impact. In a word: enchanting.
Wednesday October 29, 2014 7:30pm
Like Father,
Like Son
Dir.: Hirokazu Koreeda
Country: Japan
This poignant new drama
from acclaimed Japanese
director Hirokazu Kore-Eda
tells the heart wrenching story of two sets of parents whose
worlds are turned upside down when they learn that their
six-year-old sons were switched at birth.
Like the work of a seasoned symphony conductor, KoreEda’s direction is at once gentle and powerful, favouring small,
tender moments over a single dramatic incident.
Wednesday November 26, 2014 7:30pm
Tracks
Dir.: John Curran
Country: UK/Australia
In 1977, a twenty-sevenyear-old Australian woman
named Robyn Davidson
(Mia Wasikowska) set out
from Alice Springs to walk 2,700 kilometres of harsh desert
to the Indian Ocean, accompanied only by her dog and four
camels. She ultimately wrote about her desert adventure in
her 1980 book Tracks, which became a cult favourite around
the world and has now been beautifully adapted for the big
screen by director John Curran.
Dir.: Lance Daly
Country: Ireland/Sweden
Life’s a Breeze is a feel-good
recession comedy about
a family struggling to stay
afloat and together through hard times in Ireland. In this
delightful comedy from director Lance Daly a Dublin family
races to recover their grandmother’s mattress - and its hidden
stash of over a million euros in carefully squirreled-away savings.
Wednesday February 25, 2015 7:30pm
We Are the Best!
Dir.: Lukas Moodysson
Country: Swed./Den.
WE ARE THE BEST! is
Moodysson’s adaptation of
his wife Coco’s graphic novel
about three young misfits growing up in early ‘80s Stockholm,
who despite having no instruments, or discernible musical talent,
put all their energy into forming an all-girl punk band. With tender
affection for his young characters and the period in which his
film is set, Moodysson paints an ebullient and sharply observant
portrait of DIY spirit and growing up different.
Wednesday March 25, 2015 7:30pm
The
Railway Man
Dir.: Jonathan Teplitzky
Country: Australia/UK
Based on the remarkable
bestselling autobiography,
The Railway Man tells the
extraordinary and epic true story of Eric Lomax (Colin Firth), a
British Army officer who is tormented as a prisoner of war at a
Japanese labor camp during World War II. Decades later, Lomax
and his beautiful love interest Patti (Nicole Kidman) discover that
the Japanese interpreter responsible for much of his treatment
is still alive and set out to confront him, and his haunting past,
in this powerful and inspiring tale of heroism, humanity and the
redeeming power of love.
Films
$8
www.tiff.net
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3 Film Pass $20
6 Film Pass $30
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Support the
Revelstoke Arts Council
T
he Revelstoke Arts Council
has a long history of
presenting and supporting
a wide range of cultural
events and organizations in our
lovely community. As we move into
another full fall and winter season of
wonderful performances we invite
you to be a part of making it all
happen. How can you help? There
are several ways, check out the
options below:
Patron of the Arts
We ask you to show your
appreciation for top quality
performances by becoming a Patron
of the Arts. Financial support is
required to pay for performance
fees, technical expenses, venue
rentals and promotion.
Member - $10
Patron - $25-$49
Bronze - $50-$99
Silver - $100-$199
Gold - $200-$499
Platinum - $500-$999
Diamond - $1000
All patrons hold a membership in
the Revelstoke Arts Council Society
Investing in the Revelstoke Arts
Council gives you the pleasure
of knowing you have returned
something wonderful and positive to
your community!
For more information about the
Benefits of becoming a Patron of the
Arts contact Garry Pendergast at
[email protected]
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How You Can Get
Involved…
W
e welcome your
participation!
We like new ideas and
new ways to do things.
If you want to be more involved in
the arts and cultural aspects of our
community, join us!
Volunteer to Usher
Revelstoke Performing Arts Centre is
currently seeking dedicated volunteers
to join our front of house team.
Ushers will be responsible for creating
a safe welcoming environment for our
patrons. Applicants must be aged 14
or over and have an interest in the
performing arts. Customer service
experience is desirable.
If you wish to be considered
for a volunteer usher position
please contact Miriam Manley at
[email protected] or 250 814 7386.
Volunteer for our Craft Fair
Friday November 7th 4-8pm and
Saturday November 8th 10am-4pm.
A festive occasion with a couple of
hours volunteer time required helping
with set up, manning the door and
counting money.
If you are interested please contact
Garry Pendergast at [email protected]
marking your email Craft Fair.
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ALL EVENTS WILL BE HELD AT
Revelstoke Performing Arts Centre is a 275 seat proscenium arch theatre with comfortable continental seating and
top quality acoustics.
Location: Find us at 1007 Vernon Avenue, the entrance is the
shared community entrance to the Revelstoke Secondary
School opposite the Forum Parking lot.
Box Office: Buy tickets online and access online discounts
at: www.revelstokeartscouncil.bigcartel.com
Or purchase your tickets in Downtown Revelstoke at: Tourism Information (cash only): 301 Victoria Rd, Revelstoke, BC.
Opening Hours: Monday to Friday 8:30am-7pm, Saturday &
Sunday 9am-7pm
ArtFirst (accepts credit cards): #1 113 First Street West,
Revelstoke, BC. Opening Hours: Tuesday-Friday 12-6pm,
Saturday10am-4pm
Interested in holding your event at Revelstoke Performing
Arts Centre? For reasonable rates and great service contact
the Theatre Manager at [email protected] Or call
250 814 7386.
Thanks to our Sponsors:
Revelstoke Arts Council gratefully acknowledges the financial support of the Province of British Columbia and the
Province of British Columbia’s Resort Municipality Funding
Program.

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