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Title:
Marg Szkaluba (Pissy’s Wife)
When:
Fri, Oct 9
Where:
Lethbridge
Category:
Comedy

Description

Start: 8 -10 p.m.

Tickets:$18, 15 matinees seniors $12 matinees, $16 nights


Marg Szkaluba (Pissy’s Wife) is New West Theatre’s latest production starring Erica Hunt with musical accompanist Kathy Zaborsky. It is the story of a small town woman who marries young and struggles to escape an abusive marriage and become a country singer. It is a drama with some pretty moving and dramatic scenes though there is quite a bit of comedy as well.

It was written by University of Lethbridge play writing professor Ron Chambers.

It begins at 8 p.m. at 7,8,9,10. With shows beginning at 8 p.m. each night. There are also 1 p.m. matinees on both Saturdays. Early bird tickets cost $12 for adults and seniors, $15 for matinees and $18 for evening performances,Matinees for seniors cost $12, $16 for evening shows.

Venue

Map
Venue:
Yates Theatre-Sterndale Bennett Theatre
Street:
1002 - 4 Avenue South.
ZIP:
T1J 0P6
City:
Lethbridge
State:
Alberta
Country:
Country: ca

Description

The Yates Theatre is located downtown next to Lethbidge City Hall. It is a great room which hosts a variety of shows including music and comedy from Ian Tyson to Ron James.

 The Genevieve E. Yates Memorial Centre consists of two performance spaces, the Yates Theatre, a 486 seat proscenium theatre, and the Sterndale Bennett Theatre, a black box theatre with a maximum audience capacity of 180. Several facilities are shared between the two theatres. These include a costume construction/sewing room; a set construction workshop; set, costume, and property storage areas; offices; box office and concessions. In addition to serving as a performance venue, the Yates Memorial Centre also houses an art gallery in the upper mezzanine area. Works from new and established visual artists are displayed on a rotating basis for the enjoyment of both theatre patrons and the general public. 

Ticket Centre - (403) 329-7328

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