SKIN FLICK: Information Page

THANK YOU!!!

Terrace Little Theatre would like to thank all of our patron who came out in support of our popular dinner theatre production, Norm Foster's "Skin Flick", as well as those who attended the inaugural production, "All Expenses Paid", of our new Terrace Little Drama Club. Thanks to your cherished support, these productions enjoyed the wonderful audiences that Terrace has become know for.

There are insufficient words to express our gratitude for support of the Terrace and area community. Thank you so much!

TLT's 2014 Dinner Theatre Opens Next Friday!!!

Terrace Little Theatre's 2014 dinner theatre opens next Friday, March 21st.

Find out what happens to Rollie, Daphne and Alex when they find themselves unemployed, through no fault of their own, and ultimately join forces with a cheerful, messaging service employee and Alex's bookie in this somewhat risque romp into the realm of the adult entertainment industry.

TLT's Production of Norm Foster's "Skin Flick" Opens on March 21st!!!

Our 2014 dinner theatre production of Norm Foster's "Skin Flick" opens on March 21st.

Find out what happens to Rollie, Daphne and Alex when they find themselves unemployed, through no fault of their own, and ultimately join forces with a cheerful, messaging service employee and Alex's bookie in this somewhat risque romp into the realm of the adult entertainment industry.

"Skin Flick" is also looking for some help backstage. No experience needed as we will train. For more information contact Chris at 250-635-3334, or email us at info@mytlt.ca.

Be sure to get your tickets early as it is reserved seating.

TLT's Production of Norm Foster's "Skin Flick" Opens March 21st

Our current dinner theatre production of Norm Foster's "Skin Flick" opens on March 21st.

Find out what happens to Rollie, Daphne and Alex when they find themselves unemployed, through no fault of their own, and ultimately join forces with a cheerful, messaging service employee and Alex's bookie in this somewhat risque romp into the realm of the adult entertainment industry.

"Skin Flick" is also looking for some help backstage. No experience needed as we will train. For more information contact Chris at 250-635-3334, or email us at info@mytlt.ca.

Be sure to get your tickets early as it is reserved seating.

Terrace Little Theatre's 2014 Dinner Theatre Production of Norm Foster's "Skin Flick" has been Cast!!!

Terrace Little Theatre's 2014 dinner theatre production of Norm Foster's "Skin Flick" has been cast!

The production will be held, once again, at the Skeena Valley Golf and Country Club starting on March 21st. The production will run from March 21st and 22nd, the 27th, 28th and 29th, ending on April 3rd, 4th and 5th. Tickets are $45 and are available at Uniglobe Courtesy Travel. Get them soon as they are reserved seating.

Find out what happens to Rollie, Daphne and Alex when they find themselves unemployed, through no fault of their own, and ultimately join forces with a cheerful, messaging service employee and Alex's bookie in this somewhat risque romp into the realm of the adult entertainment industry.

"Skin Flick" is also looking for some help backstage. No experience needed as we will train. For more information contact Chris at 250-635-3334, or email us at info@mytlt.ca.

Terrace Little Theatre is Looking for Two Male Actors for Our 2014 Dinner Theatre Production of Norm Foster's "Skin Flick"!

Terrace Little Theatre is looking for two male actors for our 2014 dinner theatre production of Norm Foster's "Skin Flick" at the Skeena Valley Golf and Country Club. No experience is necessary, only enthusiasm. We will do the rest. The actor(s) should be between 30 to 50 years old.

For more information, like production dates and potential rehearsal schedules, contact Chris Stone at 250-635-3334.

Auditions for TLT's Production of Norm Foster's "Skin Flick" to be Held on November 30th.

There are auditions this Saturday at 7:00 pm at the McColl Playhouse for our 2014 dinner theatre presentation of Norm Foster's "Skin Flick", opening night for our 60th season opening production of Joseph Kesselring's "Arsenic and Old Lace" on December 5th, and our new Youth Theatre Program starting up on December 8th - registration forms and information are available through Uniglobe Courtesy Travel or contact program coordinators Melayna Ross or Erin Sparkes at info@mytlt.ca.

Auditions for TLT's 2014 Dinner Theatre Production of Norm Foster's "Skin Flick" to be held on November 30th

Terrace Little Theatre will be holding auditions for its 2014 dinner theatre production of Norm Foster's "Skin Flick" next Saturday November 30th at 7:00 pm at the McColl Playhouse, 3625 Kalum Street.

The director of this production will be either Chris Stone or Alan Weston.

Synopsis: Expect no profound messages or, for that matter, much skin in Norm Foster's latest comedy. Beyond the underlying theme that poverty makes respectable folks take risks, "Skin Flick" is intended as a send up of the "adult film" industry and is written for laughs. In the midst of an economic downturn, who wouldn't jump at the chance to make some extra cash?

The Play follows a "regular", middle-aged couple as they try to navigate the tough economic climate, despite having lost their jobs. Frustrated, they stumble upon the idea of producing a skin flick to make ends meet.

Like fish out of water and deer in headlights, these lovable characters will keep you in stitches.

No prior experience is necessary, so bring a friend and find out about the excitement of community theatre! There will also be back stage positions available for those who feel their talents lie elsewhere. We will train any interested individuals.

Starting on or about 14th of February, the production will run 4 weekends, Fridays and Saturdays. Negotiations will be proceeding with the Skeena Valley Golf and Country Club for finalized production dates.

Terrace Little Theatre Play Reading of Norm Foster's "Skin Flick" on October 12th

Saturday October 12th 2013 at 1.00 pm McColl Playhouse 3625 Kalum Street (upstairs).

This play is being considered for our 2014 Dinner Theatre at the Skeena Valley Golf and Country Club.

Everyone welcome - come read or just listen!