It’s opening night for the Bard-killing debut of a grassroots theatre festival in Whistler. (Really, there’s no need for any more Shakespeare in the park.)
$20 tickets, or $35 for a 2 night, 2 show pass, can be purchased online, or at the door of the Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre.
Choose each night between 2 contemporary plays – a dark comedic musical from one of Canada’s most widely produced playwrights, or a one-woman show fresh from an acclaimed run at the Calgary Fringe Festival.
The Blank Slate Theatre Festival runs from Thursday through Saturday, and is a great chance to be part of the freshest arts initiative to come out of Whistler this year.