Theatre

Rachel Stillings (Emma) and Trysten Luck (Joel) in a scene from Real Estate, which is on at the Black Knight Inn Dinner Theatre until March 30. (Contributed photo).
Rachel Stillings (Emma) and Trysten Luck (Joel) in a scene from Real Estate, which is on at the Black Knight Inn Dinner Theatre until March 30. (Contributed photo).
Tree House actors rehearse a scene from Alice in Wonderland. From left are Brooklyn Young (Mad Hatter), Haley Weninger (White Rabbit), Esteban Freyjo (King of Hearts) and Katherine Stier (Queen of Hearts).

Tree House Youth Theatre goes down the rabbit hole with Alice in Wonderland

The 11-person cast will tackle 30+ characters from March 14-24 at Nickle Studio

Tree House actors rehearse a scene from Alice in Wonderland. From left are Brooklyn Young (Mad Hatter), Haley Weninger (White Rabbit), Esteban Freyjo (King of Hearts) and Katherine Stier (Queen of Hearts).
Cornerstone Youth Theatre is staging Narnia, the musical. (Advocate file photo).                                A Narnia rehearsal by Cornerstone Youth Theatre actors. (Contributed photo).
Cornerstone Youth Theatre is staging Narnia, the musical. (Advocate file photo).                                A Narnia rehearsal by Cornerstone Youth Theatre actors. (Contributed photo).
Polly (Liz Bennett, left) is indignant as her husband’s boss, Edith (Cynthia Edwards), pressures Henry (Bob Greig) to retire from his professor’s job in this rehearsal scene from CAT’s Cliffhanger. (Submitted photo).

Theatre troupe delivers thrills and laughs in Cliffhanger

Black Knight Dinner Theatre comedy/mystery opens Jan. 18

Polly (Liz Bennett, left) is indignant as her husband’s boss, Edith (Cynthia Edwards), pressures Henry (Bob Greig) to retire from his professor’s job in this rehearsal scene from CAT’s Cliffhanger. (Submitted photo).
Grant Harder, of the Lacombe Performing Arts Centre Foundation, is expecting big things in 2019 for the new venue located in the former Lutheran Trinity Chuch. Black Press file photo                                Grant Harder, of the Lacombe Performing Arts Centre Foundation, is expecting big things in 2019 for the new venue located in the former Lutheran Trinity Chuch. Black Press file photo

Lacombe’s Performing Arts Centre has big plans for 2019

First shows have already been in held in renovated former Trinity Lutheran Church

Grant Harder, of the Lacombe Performing Arts Centre Foundation, is expecting big things in 2019 for the new venue located in the former Lutheran Trinity Chuch. Black Press file photo                                Grant Harder, of the Lacombe Performing Arts Centre Foundation, is expecting big things in 2019 for the new venue located in the former Lutheran Trinity Chuch. Black Press file photo