The Wedding Party

THE WEDDING PARTY

By Kristen Thomson

Based on characters created with Trish Lindström, Tony Nappo, Moya O’Connell, Tom Rooney, and Bahia Watson

In partnership with Prairie Theatre Exchange

February 27–March 22, 2020
Goldcorp Stage at the BMO Theatre Centre
Clashing clans at a riotous reception

It’s the big day, but the newlyweds are offstage and the two families are at each other’s throats. The father of the groom saves a seat for the dog, a long-lost twin confuses everyone, and the bride’s mother is cut off from the wine. Grab a ringside seat for all the laughs, debauchery, disagreements, and love as this changing cast of characters keeps you howling right up to the final dance.

Running time: approx. 2 hr 5 min, with one intermission

  • Showtimes
    Monday Closed
    Tuesday 7:30 PM
    Wednesday 1:30 PM
    & 7:30 PM
    Thursday 7:30 PM
    Friday 8 PM
    Saturday 2 PM & 8 PM
    Sunday 2 PM
  • Special Performances
    Tuesday Talkback
    Mar 17, 2020 – 7:30 PM
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  • Directions & Parking
    162 West 1st Avenue
    Vancouver, BC
    V5Y 0H6

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  • Audience advisory
    Theatrical devices such as herbal or electronic cigarettes, water-based fog and haze, and mature content may occur in some productions. Please contact our box office for more information.
Community Partner
2019/2020 Season Bank of Montreal

Artistic Team

Starring

  1. TBA

Creative Team

  1. Ann Hodges Director

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