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Thursday, December 8, 2022 at 7:30 PM PST
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WESTERN CANADA THEATRE
It's a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play
Adapted by JOE LANDRY
‘It's a Wonderful Life’ is based on the story, ‘The Greatest Gift’ by PHILIP VAN DOREN STERN from the screenplay by FRANCES GOODRICH, ALBERT HACKETT, FRANK CAPRA, and JO SWERLING

NOV 24 to DEC 10, 2022 | Sagebrush Theatre

RING THE BELLS FOR A CHERISHED HOLIDAY CLASSIC.

George Bailey is an idealistic small-town Everyman with big dreams—travelling the world with hopes of finding fame and fortune. As his life unfolds in unexpected ways that keep him close to home, one fateful Christmas Eve he finds himself questioning life’s greatest gift. With guidance from a guardian angel looking to earn his wings, George will discover how rich his life and community really are when he sees a world would where he had never been born.

Celebrate the holidays with WCT this season! With all the heart and familiarity of the classic movie masterpiece, told with new energy onstage as a live 1940s radio broadcast—featuring live sound effects, festive jingles and carols, local talent, and lots of holiday joy. This touching and uplifting holiday drama promises to remind us all of the value of family, community, and love.

Tickets starting from $24

Venue

Sagebrush Theatre
1300 9th Avenue
Kamloops BC V2C 3E9


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Performance Notes

It's a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play
Adapted by JOE LANDRY
‘It's a Wonderful Life’ is based on the story, ‘The Greatest Gift’ by PHILIP VAN DOREN STERN from the screenplay by FRANCES GOODRICH, ALBERT HACKETT, FRANK CAPRA, and JO SWERLING

RING THE BELLS FOR A CHERISHED HOLIDAY CLASSIC.
Celebrate the holidays with WCT this season! With all the heart and familiarity of the classic movie masterpiece, told with new energy onstage as a live 1940s radio broadcast—featuring live sound effects, festive jingles and carols, local talent, and lots of holiday joy. This touching and uplifting holiday drama promises to remind us all of the value of family, community, and love.

Western Canada Theatre 22/23 Season

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