Renew your Kelowna Actors Studio subscription

KAS giving a three-day Sparkling Hills spa getaway prize package to one lucky early subscriber.

Early bird subscription renewals are open for Kelowna Actors Studio 2015-16 theatre season.

The early renewal deadline in April 1 (no foolin’), and if you want to be entered in the draw for a Sparkling Hills Getaway, get renewed early.

Seats for renewal subscriptions will be held until June 1, afterwhich they will be released for general sale.

Seats for Mary Poppins, being presented at the Kelowna Community Theatre are on a first come first serve basis—so get those tickets right away and avoid disappointment.

Theatre offerings

Jesus Christ Superstar Oct. 14-31

Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Dec. 2-20

All Shook Up Feb. 10-27

Jekyll & Hyde—The Musical April 6-23

Who’s Afraid of Virgina Wolf? May 25-June 11

Mary Poppins July 28-Aug. 6.

The KAS box office has move to Orchard Park Shopping Centre—across the hall from Cinzeo, next to Rogers Wireless. In addition to the above shows, the KAS box office handles the ticketing for Okanagan Symphony, Ballet Kelowna and other live shows in Kelowna.

The Sparkling Hills Getaway prize includes a three-night getaway at the resort, including a number of breakfasts, dinners and a spa credit.

To get more information and to subscribe online visit KelownaActorsStudio.com, call 250-862-2867 or drop by the box office in Orchard Park.

 

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