Mainstage 2016


Mainstage 2016 will be held in Chilliwack from July 2nd – 9th.  Click here for the full Mainstage schedule

The following is the schedule of plays.

Tickets and packages are available through the Chilliwack Cultural Centre box office at 604-391-SHOW (7469)

July 2-NSZ (North Shore) Between Shifts Theatre Society presents Art  by Yasmina Reza

July 3 – SIZ (South Island) Shawnigan Players present August: Osage County  by Tracy Letts

July 4- FVZ (Fraser Valley) Surrey Little Theatre presents The Last Lifeboat  by Luke Yankee

July 5- NIZ (North Island) Nanaimo Theatre Group presents Love Song  by John Kolvenbach

July 6- CIZ (Central Interior) Pocket Theatre presents Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike  by Christopher Durang

July 7- SKZ (Skeena) Terrace Little Theatre presents Criminal Hearts  by Jane Martin

July 8- OKZ (Okanagan) Fred Skeleton Theatre Company presents The Pillowman  by Martin McDonagh

July 9 – Annual General Meeting & Awards Ceremony

Packages must be purchased through the Chilliwack Cultural Centre box office by calling 604-391-SHOW (7469).

PLEASE HAVE YOUR MEMBERSHIP number and expiry date handy when ordering tickets or purchasing packages.

Registration cost for Cast and Crew members of participating productions is $120 up until June 15 or $135 after June 15. Cast and Crew registration includes admission for 3 additional productions. Additional dates of attendance can be added at Theatre BC member admission rates. TBC Mainstage attendance policies are available here

Prices are shown below and can be downloaded Mainstage ticket info May 20


package pricing
regular pricing


Individual show tickets will be available online.

Accommodation information is available here.


“In The Theatre” Podcast Returns!

Just in time to preview Mainstage 2016, Peter Wienold has announced the return of the “In The Theatre” podcast for Theatre BC, and all community theatre enthusiasts.

Two new episodes are online – click on the images below to hear Michael Armstrong, Mainstage 2016 adjudicator preview the event; and you can hear Fraser Valley Zone chair Raymond Hatton recap many of the details and thank the organizing committee.